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Author, Steve Adams.
Author
Steve Adams

 

Steve Adams is a lifelong Annapolitan who enjoys spending as much time as possible on, in, or near the water and walking around downtown Annapolis with his dog, family, or friends. An avid paddleboarder, Steve's favorite weekend activity is taking photos to share on his @annapolispaddleboarder Instagram account from the middle of the Severn River, Spa Creek, or Ego Alley. He also loves visiting and writing about Annapolis's ever-changing food scene. A public relations specialist at a local integrated marketing firm, Steve graduated from Union College and earned a master's degree in journalism from Iowa State University.

 

Local Faves:
 
-Chick & Ruth's Delly
-USNA Campus and Football Stadium 
-The Mitchell Gallery

The New Normal: Live! Casino and Hotel Re-Opens to Guests

Live! Casino & Hotel in Arundel Mills, MD. Photo courtesy of Visit Annapolis. Just a little over eight years after it first opened its doors in 2012, Live! Casino & Hotel reopened to invited guests on June 19th and to the general public on June 29th. They were eager and excited to reopen after the…

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Why You Should Make A Pit Stop in Annapolis this Summer

View of Greenbury Point. Photo courtesy of the author. You could spend a month in Anne Arundel County and visit a different attraction, enjoy a different activity, and eat at three different restaurants every day. But, if you’re on a lengthy road trip up or down the coast, or perhaps headed East to…

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The Wonderful (Food) World of West Street

When it comes to dining options beyond downtown Annapolis proper, you can go North, to the eclectic restaurants scattered throughout West Annapolis, or you can go South, to the white tablecloth and high-end seafood restaurants in the Maritime Republic of Eastport. But if you really want to…

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Main Street E-tail Aplenty

Anyone who’s been to Annapolis knows that Main Street is made for walking and shopping, whether of the window or in-store variety, and that it’s made for doing so year-round. Photo courtesy of the author. As an every-weekend walker with my dog, Buddy, I love watching the street’s flags…

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Hungry? West Annapolis Has You Covered

Though it’s very easy to reach, just a hard left off of Rowe Boulevard, the main road into downtown Annapolis, visitors may think West Annapolis is simply a large residential neighborhood surrounded by water, Weems Creek to the West and the Severn River to the North. And even Annapolis residents and…

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Experience Irish Dance for Yourself in Annapolis

From the tricolor flags that line Main Street to the variety of events that fill the social calendar, it should be obvious that Annapolis is all about celebrating all-things Irish in March. Irish food, drink, and music abound at popular spots both downtown – see Fado, Galway Bay, and Castle Bay –…

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