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Bringing Whiskey Back: The abbreviated history and resurrection of craft distilling in Maryland

Oct 06, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

Pre-Prohibition, Maryland was the fifth largest alcohol producer in the country, ranking third in the nation, behind Kentucky and Pennsylvania, in the production of whiskey.

What To Know Before You Go: Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Opening Night Celebration

Oct 05, 2017 ● By Nicole Gould

Experience world-class sound with a hometown vibe at the Annapolis Symphony’s Opening Night at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.

A What's Up? Weekend 10/05/17

Oct 05, 2017 ● By Nicole Gould

What To Know Before You Go to the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Opening Night Celebration and more events this weekend.

The Cost of Conception: Where does all that money go?

Oct 05, 2017

Research now places the price of raising a child at more than $232,000—where does all that money go?

What the Heck is That? Covert Beauty Gadgets

Oct 04, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

The saying “don’t judge a book by its cover” is especially true when it comes to the latest beauty tools—and we set out to find the most bizarre, yet useful gadgets and gizmos on the market.

Minding Your Memory: A Few Tips For Keeping Memory Sharp

Oct 04, 2017 ● By Caley Breese

The older we get, the greater the chance for our memory loss to become more profound. The good news is there are are many different things we can do to help protect it.

What Do You Think? Confederate Statue Eradication

Oct 04, 2017

Before his death in 1870, Robert E. Lee said that it would not be wise to erect Confederate monuments that would “keep open the sores of war.”

Boatyard Beach Bash

Oct 03, 2017 ● By Janna Ashton

Boatyard Bar and Grill's sponsored end summer bash said farewell to the season in style on the McNasby's beach.

Arts Alive 2017

Oct 03, 2017 ● By Janna Ashton

Largest fundraiser of the year for Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts gathers hundreds under the stars

Towne Salute: Elizabeth Melvin & Julie Snyder of Creating Communities

Oct 02, 2017 ● By Nicole Gould

Elizbeth Melvin and Julie Snyder come from two completely different backgrounds, but have one thing in common: they have a passion for teaching children.

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