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Introducing 'The Wandering' Annapolis Map

The Annapolis Arts District is one of the most walkable communities in this region, but how can we expect visitors to know this if they are not from this area? Well, this problem was an easy fix for Sally Wern Comport, Principal of Art at Large, Inc. A MAP! A simple yet significant idea, Comport…

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Julep Southern Kitchen and Bar

Annapolis, meet your new favorite BBQ joint. The doors of Julep Southern Kitchen & Bar are now open and ready for all of your down-home cookin’ cravings. As you walk in the delicious smell of the kitchen and the beautiful decor will captivate you. The first thing I noticed was the beautiful palm…

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Oyster Recovery Partnership

In the later years of the 1800s, the oyster harvest on the Chesapeake Bay had already made the Bay a famous place—worldwide. Oysters were caught and packed here at a record rate. Hundreds of skipjacks could be seen plying the waters. There were so many watermen catching an abundance of these…

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Clock Tower Place: A Delicious Destination

Clock Tower Place is a little-known, but a notable destination for people who appreciate the finer foods of life. The reward for venturing beyond the boundaries of Maryland’s capital city is the discovery of some remarkable resources for food, wine, and unique gifts. Tastings Gourmet Market, Grapes…

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“What is (a) Latin Inspired Kitchen?”

Jesse Ramirez’s and his remarkable wife Jayleen Fonseca’s family recipes excite, encourage and inflame (Latin meaning of to inspire) every plate that comes out from its well-equipped kitchen. As if you are blowing air on a low flame to make it grow, so is the reputation of this hidden gem that is…

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Wreath Making at Skipper's Pier

Nothing says “Happy Holidays” like having a holiday wreath on your door ready to greet friends and family. Funny enough, until visiting Jessica at Skipper’s Pier, I had never made a holiday wreath. I didn’t even know that this was something that people actually made – I thought it was just…

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The Flag House Inn

One of the main roads into historic downtown Annapolis is King George Street, which ends with a sharp right turn in front of Gate 1 of the United States Naval Academy. As you take that right turn onto Randall Street, you are sure to see one of the most recognizable Bed & Breakfasts in Annapolis, the…

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Gift Giving on Maryland Ave.

Annapolis is home to a wide variety of shopping options. From books to clothes, from olive oil to chocolate, you will not be hard-pressed to find the perfect gift for all of your loved ones this Holiday season. There is a special street, however, that provides incredibly unique and creative…

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Christmas Marketplace in West Annapolis

In the past 10 years, I’ve had the good fortune to be in Europe over the Christmas holidays; once in Italy and once in Paris, France. In both locations, I was struck with how elaborate the holiday decorations are everywhere you go, and how strongly the Italians and Parisians embrace this particular…

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Military Bowl 2019

Gameday is almost here. This year, the North Carolina Tar Heels take on the Temple Owls in the 2019 Military Bowl presented by Northrup Grumman! Annapolis proudly hosts the bowl game each year as the teams battle it out at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. In addition to the main event, the city…

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