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134 Prince – Boutique Hotel with Historic Charm

The façade of the freshly minted luxury boutique hotel 134 Prince announces with certainty that guests are in for unparalleled indulgence. Opened in March 2021, the exclusive 5-suite hotel has already become a top choice among visitors to the area, setting the gold standard for hotel…

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Welcome Back to The Annapolis Maritime Museum!

The Annapolis Maritime Museum (AMM) is now open to visitors with their new exhibit, Our Changing Waterfront . Bringing together technology and a visual history of the Bay through gallery exhibits, hands on learning and an impressive chronological timeline- the new permanent exhibit was well worth…

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Annapolis by Candlelight Goes Virtual

Annapolis by Candlelight is one of my favorite events of the year. Typically held over a weekend in November, this self-guided stroll run by Historic Annapolis invites you into privately-owned historic homes in the downtown area, over the course of two evenings. Docents are on hand to shed light…

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Overlook Boots: Redefining Workwear

“Our goal is to service hardworking men and women with quality footwear,” said Kevin Campbell, store manager. Overlook Boots is a local family-owned boot retailer. It’s owned by the grandniece of Ron Snyder, owner of the property, which includes a separate building leased to Return to Oz, a…

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Maryland Day 2021, Better Together

Maryland Day is just that, a day dedicated to the history of our fair state. It is celebrated on March 25th, which commemorates the formal founding of Maryland as a colony in 1603. What better place to celebrate that unique history than here in our state capital of Annapolis. With this year's…

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Meet Sydney Barber, Midshipman Brigade Commander, USNA

When the best and the brightest of America’s youth go into military service, each has recognized the dedication and risks involved. When the US Naval Academy gives these bright men and women, like Midshipman 1 st Class Sydney Barber, roles that will prepare them for command, we can rest assured…

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100 Years of the Anne Arundel County Public Library

This month, the nation celebrates “Read Across America,” a national initiative begun in 1998 by the National Education Association to encourage young readers to find the joy in reading! 2021 also happens to be the centennial of our beloved library system, the Anne Arundel County Public Library…

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African American Watermen of the Chesapeake

Did you know that the Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States? It is a cornerstone of environmental and economic activity of the more than 18 million people living in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, which stretches from Virginia and West Virginia to as far north as New York…

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