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Author, Aimee Lubin.
Author
Aimee Lubin

 

Aimee Lubin is a political affairs professional by day and a writer by night. A Philly native, the only conspiracy theory she believes is that Rocky is a real person. She counts Key West, good bath products, and vanilla coffee creamer as things she can't live without. She lives in Annapolis, MD with her husband, son and two extra large retriever lap dogs. If she goes missing, she's probably hiding behind a charcoal face mask, listening to a true crime podcast.
 
Local Faves:
 
-Senor’s Chile birria tacos 
-Afternoon tea at Reynold’s Tavern 
-Navy Football games 

Go All Out for Annapolis Restaurant Week 2021

Looking for a way to support the local Annapolis restaurant community while getting a great deal at the same time? Maybe you have a running list of restaurants you’d like to try but just haven’t gotten around to it yet? Then open up your outlook calendar and set a reminder for the dates of March…

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Concierge Desk: The Maritime Conference Center

In 1974, a sweet little mutt wandered onto the lush 80 acres of the Maritime Institute of Technology & Graduate Studies, (MITAGS) campus in Linthicum Heights, Maryland and never left. She quickly endeared herself to the residents of the school staying at the Maritime Conference Center, (MCC)…

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Getting Hitched in Annapolis

If I told you that I hired a wedding planner before my husband actually proposed to me, I wouldn't be lying. Granted, I knew he had the ring somewhere in the house and we had already decided where and when we would be married. However, once engaged, I knew there was simply no way I could handle…

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The Concierge Desk: The Graduate Hotel

Nestled in the heart of the Annapolis Arts District, halfway down West Street, inside the front doors of The Graduate Annapolis hotel, and behind the wall of the lobby lies a six-story hotel atrium so spectacular, that I audibly gasped upon crossing the door’s threshold into the room. The…

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The Concierge Desk: Historic Inns of Annapolis

A view down Main Street and of the State Capitol building from the Maryland Inn. Image courtesy of Historic Inns of Annapolis. There are few things that pair as well with fall as caramel apples. Sure, one might say what about crisp air? Or falling leaves? Or what about Halloween, pumpkins, and…

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Opening a Restaurant Mid Pandemic

Sergio Reyes of Tacos Friday opened up his Food Truck in the midst of the pandemic. Photo courtesy of Tacos Friday. A grim reality of this ongoing pandemic is learning about a business we love shutting its doors. I've done, and continue to do my fair share of online shopping to help keep businesses…

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Face Behind the Mask: Annapolis Takeout Facebook Page

Nano Sushi is just one of the restaurants with rave reviews on the Annapolis Takeout Page. Photo courtesy of the Annapolis Takeout Facebook Page. I can't be the only person who feels like March was just six months ago and not six years. It was then when we were forced into lock down, frantically…

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United States Naval Academy: Women of Note

Elizabeth Anne (Belzer) Rowe, was the first female to graduate from the United States Naval Academy. Photo courtesy of THEFEMALESOLDIER.COM There’s a well-known and oft-altered saying about the famed dancing duo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. It goes something like this: 'Sure he was great, but…

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Annapolis Things to Do Online

We are living in an unprecedented time right now. It seems like just yesterday that thousands of us gathered in downtown Annapolis to watch the St. Patrick’s Day Parade before gathering became, well, illegal. Photo courtesy of VAAAC So, what are we to do now? Well, Annapolis and Annapolitans are…

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