Maryland Avenue Shopping

Current Scoop on the Vintage Loop

*ARTICLE UPDATED: April 22, 2021 to reflect Vintage Loop Spring Sale Captain Harvey’s Antiques , once a country store, is chock full of irresistible antiques and collectibles. Photo courtesy of Captain Harvey’s. Now that we’ve gotten all of the de-cluttering out of our systems, there are some…

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Evergreen Antiques, History of the Find

Evergreen Antiques and True Vintage has been a Maryland Avenue mainstay since 2001. Owner, Joanna Young offers a curated sampling of unique and vintage clothing as well as antique books, art, jewelry and home furnishings. You simply cannot leave her store without feeling the pull of the…

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Antiquing in Anne Arundel County

A timely array of political buttons adorns one of the shelves at Silk Road Antiques. Image courtesy of the author. Scouring an antique store is the modern-day version of a treasure hunt. Whether your dream find is nineteenth-century porcelain, an Eames side chair or a 1970s fringed jacket, there…

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Evergreen Antiques & True Vintage: A Step Past Time

“Things” are often more than mere objects purchased, used, and passed on; they’re memories and life stories waiting to be shared. At Evergreen Antiques & True Vintage (69 Maryland Avenue) – a quaint shop located in the Annapolis Boutique District – Joanna Young shares “all loved things” with the…

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The Annapolis Boutique District

Annapolis may be referred to as the “Sailing Capital of the U.S.” and known for its history, but did you know it is a shopper’s paradise? Here in Annapolis, you can find an array of shops that fit everyone’s styles. From eclectic boutique shops to quaint bookstores, and antique treasures to art…

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Maritime Gifts from the Heart of the Sea

A gift from the heart is good—but a gift from the heart of the sea is even better. If your loved ones have nautical inclinations, then head to Annapolis Maritime Antiques in Eastport to find the perfect marine-themed gift for the holidays. Nautical Antiques and Treasures Nestled in quirky Eastport…

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3 Ways to Explore Annapolis in November

Whether you’re an art enthusiast, looking to take care of some early holiday shopping, or simply looking for a great event for the whole family, you’ll find something to pique your interest this November in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. Experience the world’s longest tug of war across water, a…

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5 Ways to Explore Annapolis this September

September in Annapolis is a time when the weather cools and leaves begin to change color over the Maryland State House, signaling the return of local seasonal festivals, one of the city’s favorite art events, and of course, Navy Football. Whether you explore historic Annapolis at your own pace –…

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