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Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of Anne Arundel County

Oct 19, 2017 ● By Nicole Gould

YWCA Receives Over $150K for Fresh Starts Campaign and more recent local news you may have missed.

Get the Look: Athleisure Upgraded!

Oct 18, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

A day of running errands capped off by a cocktail hour—without the pit stop in between to change—never seemed so effortless and oh-so chic!

Grab-N-Go No-No’s: Healthier Snack Alternatives

Oct 18, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

Before you grab that trail mix or other seemingly healthy on-the-go bite, you might want to take a closer look at the ingredients label.

A What's Up? Weekend 10/12/17

Oct 12, 2017 ● By Nicole Gould

We get to speak with The Eastport Oyster Boys who have an upcoming performance at the Avalon Theatre’s Stoltz Listening Room along with the rundown of weekend events.

Tails Of Hope: The Critical Role Counties, Volunteers, and the Public Play in Animal Advocacy

Oct 12, 2017 ● By Nicole Gould

So many pet lovers consider adopting from a shelter because these animals deserve a second chance.

Fresh Look: Cauliflower Like You Never Imagined

Oct 11, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

While the cruciferous vegetable is often considered an uninvited dinner guest, we think it deserves to be the star of any meal.

Climb On! The Brain & Brawn of Bouldering

Oct 11, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

Similar to free soloing, bouldering consists of climbing without any ropes or harnesses and with minimal safety hardware.

Your Best Skin Revealed! At-Home Sheet Masks

Oct 11, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

Here’s everything you need to know about this odd-looking beauty ritual that’s destined to be a mainstay in your weekly skincare routine.

2017 Best Of Annapolis Medical, Dental & Veterinary

Oct 10, 2017

The results are in! Thank you to our loyal readers who took the time to voice their votes for the tops in town when it comes to doctors, dentists, and vets.

Garden Look: Patience & A Firm Hand

Oct 10, 2017

Using xeric plants—those that are sturdy, able to withstand dry periods, and native to Maryland—affords gardeners an opportunity to protect water resources and local plants.