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Put the Fun in Function

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

Making the most of kitchen storage

Candlelight Tour Features Historic Annapolis Homes

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

Sometimes the size of a house is not entirely apparent until you’ve actually stepped inside. One example of this deception is in Annapolis’ historic district.

Deck the Halls with Cans of Spray Paint!

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

Spray paint can transform anything into a gilded Christmas treasure, a shimmering silver or snow-white sensation. Venture outside for some pinecones, acorns and unusual twig formations, gather a few dented and scratched up ornaments, and place them on some newspaper. Then work your magic with a can of paint.

What’s Up? Media Has Winning Wreath

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

This season, the Chesapeake Arts Center inaugurated a Wreathfest to inspire local businesses to create holiday wreaths for display at the center. The event also raised monies and awareness to support continuing e xhibits, performances, and classes at the Arts Center located in Brooklyn Park.

Hot New Holiday Color Trends

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

If you’ve been out and about, you may have noticed something … Christmas colors are way beyond the traditional red and green this year!

Empty Nester Organization Tips

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

The season of three-back-at-home has ended with the special significance of my 22-year-old moving to Baltimore, the 20-year-old going back to college and then studying abroad this spring, and the youngest entering the second semester of his first year of college. This is all happening the shortly after the announcement of the first grandchild being made. By my calculations that leaves me and my beloved, empty nesters, expecting.

Classic Car Tips

Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

Whether you collect items associated with vintage cars, or the cars themselves, the upcoming Concours d’Elegance event provides a wonderful opportunity to admire exquisite cars and raise money for the St. Michaels Maritime Museum. For more information, go to their website at


Jan 11, 2011 ● By Anonymous

“We live in a throwaway society” is a statement that gets bandied about when describing the lifestyle of the late 20th and early 2lst centuries. The mantra, “Throw away the old and buy the new,” smacks suspiciously of Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World. Yet, in seeking to stay connected with the past, trivial items are often saved: ticket stubs, greeting cards, theater programs, etc. These insignificant mementos of everyday life can provide clues about the recent and distant past.

Spring Cleaning Tips in May

Nov 09, 2010 ● By Anonymous

Are your kitchen drawers stuffed with plastic wrap, utensils, potholders, storage containers, lids, and kitchen towels, all vying—quite unsuccessfully—for a designated (and orderly) spot of their own? Is your bathroom’s medicine cabinet chock full of creams and potions that haven’t been touched in years—besides to be rescued from their occasional tumbles to the floor caused by your reaching for the toothpaste?

Motherhood at the Hermitage

Nov 09, 2010 ● By Anonymous

Slowly, and piece by piece, the traditional farms of Maryland’s Eastern Shore have been chipped away by development and the ravages of time and progress. But a few places, tucked away on creeks and rivers, have managed to survive this wear and tear.
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