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The Taste: Pusser’s Caribbean Grille

We got to speak with Co-owner Clyde Culp and Chef Jim Eriksen, who share with us the recipe for the Salmon Tower entree that has been remained on the menu for years by popular demand.

Creating an Ecologically Responsible Garden with Director of Horticulture Travis Beck

Don’t miss Travis Beck: “Design with Native Plants", Sunday, March 5th, 2 p.m. at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation Phillip Merrill Center.

Blending Genres and Breaking Boundaries: Ben Ruttner of The Knocks Talks about Creativity in Modern Music

The Knocks have just released their fifth EP, Testify, to kick off the Feel Good Feel Great Tour. Don’t miss their performance at the 9:30 Club Thursday, March 2nd, 7 p.m.

Restaurant Review: Miss Shirley’s Café

It’s been nearly three years since Miss Shirley’s Café waltzed into town—and the restaurant named after a beloved employee is still dancing as fast as it can.

Athlete Worth Watching: Jaylen Jasper, Broadneck High School Volleyball

Jasper has come a long way in the three years since he started playing for the Annapolis Volleyball Club as a freshman in high school.

A Man and His Guitar: A What’s Up Exclusive Interview with Musician Keller Williams

Keller Williams will be performing alongside Leo Kottke at the Lincoln Theater in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, February 18th at 8 p.m.

A What's Up? Weekend 02/16/17

A What’s Up Exclusive Interview with Musician Keller Williams and the weekend rundown of events

Sticky Situations: 6 Makeup Stick Picks

For us, convenience is key when it comes to cosmetics. And there isn’t a beauty product more stress-free and portable than makeup in stick-form.

Get the Look: Winter Warmers

There are still a few months of winter left so coats will continue to demand attention as the first thing people notice when you walk into a room.

Highland Beach on the Chesapeake Bay: Maryland’s First African American Incorporated Town

We offer excerpts from Highland Beach on the Chesapeake Bay. The book offers a history of Maryland’s First African American Incorporated Town, located five miles southeast of Annapolis.