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7 Ways to Explore Annapolis in September

From seafood festivals to a boatyard bash, there's plenty to do and see this September in Anne Arundel County. Check out the 7 ways below! Maryland Seafood Festival Enjoy seafood dishes and interactive cooking demonstrations by notable area chefs at the 52nd Annual Maryland Seafood Festival at Sandy…

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Late-Night Dining: Best Bites in Annapolis

There comes a time every once and a while where you find yourself out with friends late at night, or even just having a relaxing night in when the need for a late-night snack hits. Maybe you’ll need more than a snack to tie yourself over. Or if you’re someone who must have a late-night dining option…

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Foxglove Charter

In 1926 a 45-foot mahogany classic motor yacht sat brand-new in a ship builder’s lot somewhere in southern New Jersey. Soon thereafter, a man named Walter Bowes, owner of Pitney Bowes (a mailing and shipping company), bought the boat for his own pleasure - to cruise around the inlets and perhaps…

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Chesapeake Crossroads African American Heritage Trail

For more than a decade, the Four Rivers Heritage Area has worked to preserve, protect, and nurture our stories for today's community and future generations. The Heritage Area includes museums, maritime communities, waterfront parks, and a scientific research center focused on our environment…

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What’s Playing in September

Labor Day will soon come and go, but even when it does, autumn brings great live music to Annapolis. We broke down the best live music in September! Annapolis Maritime Museum: Thursday Evenings The Annapolis Maritime Museum in Eastport presents Tides & Tunes Concert Series, a summertime staple…

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Flamant's New Menu

When Belgium-born chef Frederik De Pue opened Flamant in the then upscale neighborhood of West Annapolis, he defined his new venture as a “neighborhood bistro”. Already recognized by Food and Wine magazine as a rising star based on his performance as a chef in a top-tier Washington DC restaurant…

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Outdoor Fitness in Annapolis

Warmer months call for outdoor living! Spring through fall, we’re spending more time on the water and around town so why not take your exercise routine outside with you. The feeling of being stuck in a gym can be hard when you have sunshine envy of those out and about. There is everything you could…

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Maryland State Archives: Home of Historical Records

The Maryland State Archives building is not easily noticed on Rowe Boulevard. It’s setback from the road with a low profile behind a stand of trees. Inside, Maryland’s historical records since 1634 are maintained with organized precision. Image courtesy of the author This accumulation of hundreds…

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Lewnes': The Locals' Steakhouse

When looking for a dining spot in Annapolis, your choices are abundant with a number of popular selections found on nearly every street. Full of local flavor behind the facades of the historic buildings, Annapolis is a charming city that introduces itself to you by way of its discreet restaurants…

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Great Frogs Offers More Than Wine with Workshops

Great Frogs Winery is located on a historic farm in Annapolis (established in 1681) and specializes in artisan-crafted boutique wines. A visit transports you to a beautiful country vineyard and working farm where they showcase the wines they’ve carefully produced from grapes grown on-site in the…

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