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Ann Powell

Over and Under the Spa Creek Bridge

If you want to see Annapolis—to really see and know Annapolis—take a walk across the Spa Creek Bridge. Spanning lovely Spa Creek, the bridge connects Compromise Street in downtown Annapolis with 6 th Street on the Eastport side. The view from the top is awesome in every direction, showcasing the…

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The Annapolis Pottery Fifty Year Anniversary

The perfect art, the perfect gift, the perfect little store: The Annapolis Pottery on State Circle offers vibrant handmade ceramics brimming with color, functionality, and local meaning. The historic shop’s inviting window displays will draw you in to browse the abundant wall-to-wall pottery…

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Watch the Blue Angels from the Water

Who’s ready for a thrill, and a patriotic one at that? The Blue Angels arrive in Annapolis with a roar on May 21 and 22 this month. The Blue Angels Flight Demonstration is a highlight of the Naval Academy’s Commissioning Week, which culminates in the commissioning of the Academy’s 2019 class as…

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Boat Maryland Week Preview

The boating season in Annapolis arrives with the spring equinox, and by April the town is absolutely bursting with pent up energy. Sailors, powerboaters, paddlers, one and all, have looked longingly out at the water all winter. At long last the sun is shining, the Bay is thawing, and the warm days…

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Oyster Wars Cannon at the Annapolis Maritime Museum

A relic of the Maryland Oyster Wars, the Oyster Wars Cannon is a true treasure of Maryland’s history. It is a 150-year old cannon that was used by Maryland State officers to fight oyster poaching in Maryland waters in the late 1800s. The actual cannon is now on display at the Annapolis Maritime…

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Listen and Learn at a Winter Lecture Series

Yes, holiday parties are fun – but there comes a time when the last appetizer is consumed and the last carol is sung – a time when you find yourself wondering if nourishing the intellect might be a better choice. When the New Year rings in, why not bundle up and venture out to listen and learn at a…

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Historic Renovations to the James Brice House

James Brice would be pleased. The Annapolis native and colonial-era leader died in 1801, but these days he just might be smiling down on Historic Annapolis’ renovations to the famed James Brice House. In 1767, the twenty-year-old James Brice was flush with cash and endowed with two inherited empty…

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Meet Me in an Old Cellar at Reynolds Tavern

What could be more fun than hanging out in a 280-year-old cellar? Annapolis is home to many downstairs pubs, but the 1747 Pub under Reynolds Tavern (7 Church Circle, Annapolis, MD) just might be my favorite. This colonial-era watering hole is to this day the coziest venue for meeting friends for a…

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