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What's Up? Media Contributing Writer Gary Jobson Featured in Film

Annapolis Film Festival to Show “Courageous–Defending the 1977 America’s Cup

Will Liberal Arts Studies Survive?

An economic and ideological intersect has pundits discussing the future of education

An Inspiring Encounter

Life is full of fascinating surprises. Two days before Christmas, my wife Janice and I were traveling up the New Jersey Turnpike to visit family in New Jersey and Massachusetts.

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.

Solving the Cancer Puzzle

How research, an empathetic support system, and progressive treatment are paramount in overcoming this disease

What Do You Think? The Race to be the Next Mayor of Annapolis

Do we need to change our leadership, or are you satisfied with the way things are working in Annapolis? There is no easy answer.

Leukemia Cup Summer Cocktail Party

A summer party on the water to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Maryland Chapter

Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News

SOUPer Bowl Scores Big for Light House Shelter and more recent local community and business news

The Great Divide: What do we need to keep in mind when faced with a mental health situation?

Seeking solutions for those suffering from mental illness and their families can, often, be a divisive choice

What Do You Think? Mall Sprawl vs. Downtown Dock Rehab

There are a few elected officials who are determined to stop any initiatives that might make our town a better place. Who offers the leadership to make Annapolis a better place?

Medical Milestone: As Anne Arundel Medical Center turns 115 years old, its history of community health care continues to evolve

It’s hard to believe that this 100-plus-acre modern, medical campus actually began on the plot of a donated farmhouse in downtown Annapolis.

Sharing their Vision: Advice and perspectives from celebrated visionaries in our communities, that lend context to business, philanthropic, and holistic pursuits

We pegged several What’s Up? Visionaries to offer their take on success, achievement, business philosophy, ethics, community involvement, and, even, the meaning of life.

A Penny Earned: Fundraising is vital, hard work with intrinsic value

Whether you are making a contribution to a charity or asking for a donation, the process needs to be handled with great care.

Novel Ideas: A selection of locally-authored books, chock full of regional culture and intrigue

We present a collection of books large and small, fact to fiction, and bound to Chesapeake Bay culture and creativity; perfect for curling up with or sharing as gifts this holiday season

Ultimate College Parental Primer: College admissions advice and know-how for both parents and students

Author, Gary Jobson, shares practical and insightful advice gleaned from experience and research on how to go about choosing a college with your children and the application process.

Shared Stories: Compelling photographs of local notables & the stories behind them

As we reflect on 20 years of making the magazine, we've reached out to several locals to ask them to share a photograph from their own recent or distant past and the story behind it

Gary Jobson’s Olympic Sailing Report

The 40 sailors slated to compete in the men's and women's 470 Medal Races spent the day waiting for an afternoon sea breeze that never arrived.

Gary Jobson’s Olympic Sailing Report

Caleb Paine had a difficult task ahead of him when he woke up this morning. He needed to put two boats between him and Croatia's Ivan Gašpić and beat Max Salminen from France.

Gary Jobson’s Olympic Sailing Report

Our sport is hard on itself. Here we are with live coverage of sailing available of the Olympic Games.

Gary Jobson’s Olympic Sailing Report

Today was the start of the Medal Race finales in sailing at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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