A contributor gives a brief and humorous overview of their quarantine experience.
James Trudeau, photographer and frontline healthcare worker, captures some of the emptiness of the city due to COVID, along with interviews of residents.
A contributor from Columbia shares how the act of volunteering has and hasn't changed during the pandemic.
The birthday industry, like many other businesses in Maryland during the pandemic, looks very different these days.
Elementary School students from across the state share the difficulties of shifting to life at home.
Empty school playgrounds have been the norm in spring 2020 due to the pandemic.
A contributor from Columbia writes about making her book club safe during Covid-19.
As our contributor from Hagerstown shares, grocery store outings have evolved, with masks now required, and one-way aisles and six-foot separations at the checkout line the norm.
A contributor from Baltimore shares the changes he has witnessed around the city.
Erica, a realtor from Lauraville, shares photos depicting how the pandemic has changed showing protocols for home visits.
A contributor from Darlington writes about the unease of being an essential worker.
Laura Beth from Butterbee Farm shares that one impact of the pandemic has been an increased demand for locally grown flowers.
A renowned quilter from Catonsville discusses how quilters have brought their skills to mask making.
Contributor Chris shares photographs from his work with the Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit.
A college student from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) writes about navigating remote learning after campus closures.