Every sailor has been through protest situations. Sometimes you are correct, and other times a decision goes against you.
It's only the second day of sailing of this 11-day Olympic Games, and we have learned a lot about sailing on the waters off Rio de Janeiro and the level of competition.
Winning Medals in Rio is going to be very hard in the challenging wind conditions off Rio de Janeiro. Day One showed us just how capricious the winds can be on every race course.
We want your opinion about several common sense suggestions that would make downtown Annapolis more vibrant.
We visit several Annapolitans, each in a dynamic profession, to learn about their creative workplaces and how they foster success.
Is the City of Annapolis doing enough to mitigate flooding and dirty water?
If you are interested in seeing passionate emotions surface, simply mention the need to re-invent City Dock to any Annapolitan.
Renovations can be complicated, as antiquated plumbing, electricity, or even structures must be improved to conform to modern building codes.
The phrase, “Future Hall of Famer,” sure seems to be used frequently to describe an athlete on sports telecasts, and yet very few athletes actually receive such a distinguished honor.
Learning to sail in Annapolis is easy. There are many opportunities for anyone who wants to spend time on the water.
Is our state capital truly
deserving of this locally
On Tuesday, April 23rd, the American Red Cross of Anne Arundel County Board of Directors hosted its 2013 American Red Cross Anne Arundel County Community Breakfast, featuring a keynote presentation by Gary Jobson.
Tree Keepers 410-770-9477 thetreekeepers.com
Artwork & Galleries
Nancy Hammond Editions 102 Turpins Lane, Centerville 410-758-6612 nancyhammondeditions.com Troika Gallery 9 South Harrison Street, Easton 410-770-9190 troikagallery.com
Kent Island Abbey Carpet and Floors 220 St. Claire Place, Stevensville 410-643-6752 106 Marlboro Avenue, Easton 410-822-0090 abbeycarpetandfloor.com
Walterworks Hardware 420 Chinquapin Road, Annapolis 410-263-9711
Home Building & Design
314 Design Studio 314 Main Street, Stevensville 410-643-4040 314designstudio.com Friel Lumber Company 100 Friel Place, Queenstown 410-827-8811 friellumber.com Green Energy Design 31 North Harrison Street, Easton 410-822-5959 greenenergydesign-generalstore.com Lundberg Builders 314 Main Street, Stevensville 410-643-3334 lundbergbuilders.com
Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit 1410 South State Street, Dover 302-734-7534 mafc.com
Interior Design & Furnishings
Choptank Closets 29516 Dover Road, Easton 410-770-3717 choptankclosets.com Higgins & Spencer, Inc. 902 South Talbot Street, St. Michaels 410-745-5192 higginsandspencer.com
Kitchen & Bath
Friel Kitchen & Bath Design Center 100 Olde Point Village, Suite 102, Chester 410-827-8811 frielkitchens.com
Landscape Design & Exterior Improvement
Driveway Impressions 20 Romar Drive, Annapolis 410-990-0044 drivewayimpressions.com F.A. Hobson Landscaping 111 Hobson Nursery Lane, Queenstown 410-827-9614 fahobsonlandscaping.com
Marine & Pier Service
Pier Pressure 200 Harry S Truman Pkwy, Suite 300, Annapolis 443-298-0454 pier-pressure.net
Pool & Spa Design/Service
Aqua Pools 8801 Mistletoe Drive, Easton 410-822-7000 aqua74.com Catalina Pool Builders 836 Ritchie Hwy, Suite 8, Severna Park 410-647-7665 catalinapoolbuilders.com
Sharon Tryon, Realtor 410-604-0850 sharontryon.lnfre.com
Window & Door Planning Center 1601 Knecht Avenue, Baltimore 410-242-3000 wdpc.com
THE FACE OF ANNAPOLIS SAILING AND MANY CAUSES
The calendar makes it official in three weeks, but, meteorologically speaking, summer starts on June 1st. You’ve made it successfully through the hurdles of spring planting; now how do you keep your garden growing strong during the long, hot days to come? You say you haven’t started yet? No worries! There’s still time for the flower or vegetable garden you’ve dreamed of to come to fruition.
To have goose bumps on a beautiful 75-degree morning must be a sign of something good. And in the middle of the Severn River, as fog and ship horns sounded, boats gathered and followed, and people waved and cheered to welcome the homecoming of Matt Rutherford, the first-ever person to solo circumnavigate the Americas non-stop, excitement brewed. For the nostalgic hearts, hairs raised as an airplane flew overhead pulling a sign that said what everyone in the crowd was thinking: “Welcome home Matt.”
The Maryland Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has announced the public events comprising the 19th annual Leukemia Cup Regatta, which raises funds to support research into blood-related cancers.
“Annapolis Sailing Capital of Maryland” is the eighth book produced by Miller, who specializes in capturing the beauty of historic landmarks, people, and landscapes with his camera and his artistic eye. The fourth book in his series on Maryland, the oversized coffee table contains 168 pages and 419 photographs.
This weekend offers a fresh mixture of indoor and outdoor family-friendly events as we long for warmer weather on the horizon.