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Red, White and Blue on the Menu

Is it true that JFK’s famed words “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country”  were uttered at the morning rehearsal for his inaugural speech while dining… (more)

Navy versus St. John’s: Croquet Style

Liberal versus conservative. Regimented versus informal. Uniforms versus casual wear. The sciences versus liberal arts. Annapolis is home to two four-year colleges that are as different as night and day. They are alike in that both… (more)

Bucket List Adventure: ‘Indulge me’ packages from Maryland to Middle-earth

Channel your inner hobbit and slip into a hobbit-hole where you can read “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy to your heart’s content. Feel the world melt away as your muscles turn to jelly beneath a blanket of hot stones… (more)

What chefs do with leftover turkey

Talk about the most sustainable meal of the year. What chef does not use the Thanksgiving bird from beak to tail feather? With all the gravy juices swirling around in sauce pan, chefs get their creative power fired up for… (more)

Annapolis is an Easy City to Love

Annapolis is an easy city to love. It has a lot going for it. It is small as cities go, located on the Chesapeake Bay, close to Washington and Baltimore, and steeped in history. There were a lot of things… (more)

Tour Highlights Sisters’ Care of Civil War Wounded

There’s no doubt the Civil War was one of the defining periods in America’s history, tearing apart families and shaping the views of a nation like no other. Both sides suffered terribly, but none other than the soldiers who braved… (more)

Rich Civil War History and a Thriving Downtown Beckons Tourists to Frederick

With its blend of chic downtown stores, Federal period architecture, a vibrant art scene and plenty of restaurants to choose from, it’s easy to overlook Frederick’s connection to the Civil War. But if you look closely, you’ll find it’s everywhere… (more)