Maryland Avenue Shopping

Rhea's Plate of the Month: Galway Bay

Galway Bay has long been a beloved spot in the downtown area for its Irish fare and hospitality. They have cultivated a one-of-a-kind vibe that started over twenty years ago and continues to grow with every shot of Jameson, pint of Guinness, and plate of Fish and Chips. A chilly winter day was the…

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Artisan Portraits: Street Artist, Jeff Huntington

As part on an on-going project produced by Drawn to the Image, Artisan Portraits highlights the great artists, from a wide variety of disciplines, found here in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. This time around, I had the pleasure of sitting down with street artist, Jeff Huntington, a street…

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Rhea's Plate of the Month: Flamant

Right away you can tell Flamant is the kind of restaurant that fosters an atmosphere of fun. Adirondack chairs circle a fire pit right out front of the building – and that’s no accident. It’s an invitation. It’s a casual reminder to take time to relax. It’s symbolic for the finer things in life: to…

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Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Celebration

Born into slavery in Talbot County, MD sometime during 1818, Frederick Douglass grew to be an author, abolitionist, social reformer, and the first African American to hold a high U.S. government rank. His achievements still resound today throughout Maryland and the the country today. During the…

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Sailor Oyster Bar Releases New Menu

Around this time last year, Sailor Oyster Bar (196 West Street) opened in the Arts & Entertainment District, bringing a whole new approach and flare to dining in Annapolis. Sailor brings a hip new vibe, outside-the-box drink menu, and a food like no other in town. Owner Scott Herbst and his talented…

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