Nestled in a charming retail space on State Street in Annapolis, Welcome Home is the best kind of surprise to stumble on when you're out for a walk - the kind of place you discover and come back to again and again. Sure, there are big home and kitchen supply stores around, but ... » Learn More about Interview with Welcome Home!
I was so excited to visit my friend Karen Britton at her gallery, Mylo Studios. A lifelong artist, Karen had drifted away from the business of art but kept creating. When she moved back to Annapolis and found studio space in the old opera house building, she knew she'd found a special place to ... » Learn More about Moving Forward with Rachel featuring Mylo Studios
An 18th century Hawaiian method of transportation, stand up paddle boarding (SUP) exploded in popularity in the United States around 2013, documented that year as having the most first time participants of any outdoor sport. One of the most popular ways to explore the 500+ miles of shoreline in ... » Learn More about Meet Kate Grove of Sunrise SUP!
Like many Annapolitans, I have walked past historic buildings and homes in town without stopping, in a hurry to get to my destination. That's why I was so glad to carve out time to visit the Hammond-Harwood House for a tour with Office Manager and Events Coordinator Eleni ... » Learn More about Visiting The Hammond-Harwood House
Everyone remembers the old Ebb Tide, and we all waited mostly patiently to see what was next when that bar closed its doors. The doors opened wide again as Dark Horse Annapolis, the chicest of dive bars that has quickly become a favored neighborhood watering hole.I popped in to chat with owner Pinky ... » Learn More about Meet The Force Behind Dark Horse Tavern