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6 Ways to Explore Annapolis this October

With the leaves changing colors and a crisp breeze blowing through Annapolis, it’s clear October has arrived. Though we’re all upset summer has ended, the coming of October doesn’t mean that things slow down here in Annapolis. From fall festivals and two of the world’s largest in-water boat shows to…

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Leslie's Happy Hour: Gordon Biersch

As summer winds down, leaving behind hazy nights in favor of crisp, cool ones, my mind wanders to the excitement of fall festival season. In Annapolis, this might mean getting a Scotch egg at the Renaissance Festival or participating in the annual U.S. Sailboat or Powerboat shows. But for me…

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Here's Why You Should Visit Annapolis, MD

It is easy to see why Annapolis is a travelers choice when picking a vacation destination or a local wanderer looking for a staycation. Between the amazing dining options, abundance of history, countless unique shops, weekly events, and original old-town charm, Annapolis has something for everyone…

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The Maryland Renaissance Festival

It is that time of year again. Take a stroll through a 16th-century village, complete with King Henry VIII and his court during the Maryland Renaissance Festival. It is fall’s most anticipated events in Anne Arundel County! Packed with music dance, food and drinks, visitors can enjoy more than 250…

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Francis Scott Key: An Annapolis Icon

Take a stroll down Shipwright St., through St. John’s campus or down any of our areas brick lined streets to experience history all around you. Think back, back to the colonial times of who might have walked these streets before you. The steps you take have already been taken by prominent…

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George Washington Resigns

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland. December 23, 1783 To relinquish power voluntarily is a rare act—an act that requires integrity, dignity, and immense vision. What kind of person willingly gives up control over an entire nation? Courtesy of Ann Powell George Washington was such a person. He was…

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Annapolis Restaurants Celebrate Renovations

Out with the old and in with the new seems to be the motto around town recently. A handful of Annapolis restaurants summoned their inner Chip and Joanna Gains makeover skills as they revamped their locations. Sailor Oyster Bar is no stranger to shocking their clientele and making a statement…

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The Annapolis Inn

Stepping into the parlor at 144 Prince George Street in Annapolis makes it feel like time slows down – almost as if it was rewinding back into the 18th century. The golden crown molding, large glass windows, long-length southern pinewood flooring, and tasteful decor exhibit not only the designer’s…

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What's New in the Annapolis Food Scene

For the past few years, it seems as though the Annapolis food scene has been putting out headline after headline around new restaurants opening, updated menus, and renovated dining establishment. This month is certainly no different, with updates to a local favorite dining hub at City Dock, and a…

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