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Nostalgic Memories of Annapolis: Recalling tales from bygone eras of Maryland's capital city

If you’re feeling nostalgic this holiday season, you’re not alone. Which is why we present excerpts from the recently published book Memoirs of a Main Street Boy written by Ralph W. Crosby

Towne Salute: Judi Herrmann, Historic Annapolis Inc.

Herrmann has been volunteering with Historic Annapolis for over 20 years.

Annapolis “99” Exhibit Expands with Major Gift: An inside look at how the Historic Annapolis’ museum exhibit is shaping up

Originally set to open this fall, the exhibit has been pushed back to 2018. Why? “Due to a generous gift from the state of Maryland,” pronounces HA President Robert Clark.

Blazers Bourbon and Cigars

Annapolis' premier Gentlemen’s-only evening to benefit Historic Annapolis

A Broadcasting Beacon: WANN Radio, From ‘The Other’ Annapolis to the Smithsonian

Emerging from 1940s Annapolis, WANN radio was founded by Morris Blum and became one of the hottest regional stations.

Restaurant Review: Cherries Jubilee & Spirits!— Middleton Tavern

Middleton Tavern in Annapolis serves up a side of history along with a spirit or two. The tavern is one of the oldest continuously operating taverns in America.

The Unsinkable St. Clair Wright: Matriarch of Historic Annapolis has a story all her own

In 1650 the town of Arundelton was founded. In 1694 it became the capital of the province of Maryland, at which point it changed its name to Annapolis, in honor of Queen Anne.

Historic Annapolis has launched an exhibit initiative aimed at telling the city’s history through 99 chosen objects

Get ready, Annapolis. Your history is about to be told like never before.

Sneak Peek at “A History of Annapolis in 99 Objects.”

This time next year Historic Annapolis plans to unveil a large scale exhibit that tells “A History of Annapolis in 99 Objects.”

A New Chapter in Annapolis: Historic charmer in downtown proves perfect for a couple from Pittsburgh

Bill and Maggie Donley felt that moving closer to the area where they could more readily enjoy their favorite pastime seemed like a natural next step for this new chapter in their lives.