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Best of 2018: Beauty & Fitness Categories

Let your voice be heard and vote for your favorite salons, spas, gyms, and a bevy of beauty/fitness service providers. Visit to cast your votes.

What's Up? Weekend 4/5/2018

Events for week of 4/5

15 Minutes with Otto Porter, Jr.

Otto Porter, Jr. never had any doubt that he would play basketball, a sport that runs in his blood. Porter’s parents, sisters, uncles, and cousins all excelled as high school basketball players in Missouri.

Athlete Worth Watching: Bryce Pfundstein of St. Mary's High School

St. Mary's High School Lacrosse, Basketball, Soccer

A Day Sail On The Severn

Sights, sounds, and lessons learned from a seasoned crew tacking along this popular Chesapeake tributary.

Eco Saviors to The Rescue

Cautionary tales of eco-disaster remind us why hands-on local organizations are vital to improving the Chesapeake environment on the front lines.

One Fish, Two Fish, Catfish new Fish

Watermen are buying in to alternative catches, new marketing tools, and state supported programs to supplement their maritime livelihood, but will consumers catch on?

Draining The Wrong Swamp?

Even though the Chesapeake Bay’s environmental health has gradually improved over the past 30 years, the president’s Fiscal Year 2018 federal budget eliminates the Environmental Protection Agency’s $73 million Chesapeake Bay Program.

What Do You Think? April 2018

“As a lifetime resident of Maryland and Anne Arundel County/Annapolis and the surrounding area with 8-plus generations of family from both parental lineages I/we have seen the demise of our local natural resources and aesthetics that poor planning, zoning, and development have caused in my lifetime.

Nature's Golden Child

From colony to cooking and the hands-on management and politics in between, we visit local bee apiarists, their hives, and learn about why the honey bee is one of nature’s most important pollinators