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    History in the Making at William Paca House

    Bridgette Miller and Ross Westholm Begin Their Lives by Celebrating the Past By Sarah Hagerty  |  Photography by Marcus Chacona, The Annapolis Photographer Their romance began with a chance meeting in a tavern in the old-time neighborhood of Federal Hill in Baltimore. History was already playing a part in this.
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    Dancing for Life

    By Christine Fillat  |  Photography by Andrew Holtz A ballet dancer often portrays effortless grace: Odette’s slow pirouette, Giselle’s controlled arabesque. But such grace comes with much effort, requiring articulation, artistry and strength. Maggie Kudirka’s training in dance has saved her life. It was the summer of 2014, and she.
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    The $475 Facial: Is It Worth It?

    By Mary Ann Treger Just between us (please don’t tell my husband) each year I spend a lot of money on facial rejuvenation. Charges for pricey peels, injectables, IPL (Intense Pulse Light) treatments, microdermabrasions appear on my credit card bill right alongside other essentials such as food, water and, of.
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    Wedding at Whitehall

    An Annapolis Native (and Interior Designer) Creates Her Dream Wedding at an Architecturally Stunning Venue By Sarah Hagerty  |  Photography by Missy Janes, Stone Barn Photography Margaret Reid and Gibbs Fogarty chose a traditional June wedding in Annapolis, the bride’s hometown. The couple live in Washington, D.C. (where Gibbs grew.
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    Is There Hope for the Headache?

    Ahead of the Curve: Innovative Surgery in Annapolis By Kymberly Taylor     You or someone you know has probably experienced a crippling headache—a throbbing pain begins on one side of the head. If it’s a migraine, light, sounds, smells and even people become irritating. Bright flashes (called aura) may.
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    Eating Healthy with Kids

    By Dale Barr   Does this sound familiar? You have a long day at work, just a coffee for breakfast, skip lunch, come home and get dinner ready for the kids but nothing for yourself. So what do you do? You end up eating the leftover chicken nuggets or macaroni.
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    with Dr. Maria Scott     By Mary Ann Treger  |  Photography by Heather Crowder When it comes to preparing a joyful Thanksgiving dinner, there are hosts who go by the book and then there are hosts, such as Maria Scott, who tinker with tradition, seamlessly blending her Italian heritage.
  • Older But Stronger

    Fitness expert Dale Barr reflects on turning 40   Beer belly, hair loss, gray hair, wrinkles and stress all forming a “dad bod” is what I had heard would start to occur with a man once he turned 40. I have experienced the milestones of job changes, new cities, marriage,.
  • Transcend

    Delve into Transcendental Meditation and yoga.   By Carol Sorgen Like many of us, Cameron and Debbie Ailiff lead a stressful life. The couple, who live in Davisonville, have five children, own their own business and “Cam” also teaches and coaches high school. “We have a lot going on,” says.