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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.
  • The Right Fluff

    Tara Jane Grier Creator of Fluffy Layers   Chickens are humble, lacking the grace of the swan, the subtlety of the pheasant. To make matters worse, chickens are associated with hysteria and even cowardly behavior. Tara Jane Grier, however, sees things quite differently, as most entrepreneurs do. When gazing upon.
  • Refining Spa Creek

    Bret Anderson’s Vision For Spa Creek By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by Jennifer Kolosky Eastman True artists respond viscerally to a paintings’ lines, proportions, fields of color. Mistakes can actually assault (I have been told) the highly trained eye. Experienced builders are much the same. In a split second, they.
  • Anchors Aweigh

    Jenna Elizabeth Mock Marries Kyle Thomas Jones in Annapolis By Sarah Hagerty  |  Photography by Hamilton Photography   A Naval Academy wedding is a very special event—one that requires an Academy or local military connection, as well as the patience to wait for an available date. Surprisingly, one thing that.
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    Breast Cancer Warrior: Still Cruisin’ Sea and Sky

    By Kymberly Taylor “If you have cancer, eat what you want to eat! The thing you want to keep running right is this thing up here, your head …” Super Saber, Dagger, Starfighter, Thunder Chief, Voodoo—these are the names of fighting jets familiar to Michael E. “Mike” Ashford, a nuclear.
  • Female Friendship Blossoms

    At the William Paca Garden By Christine Fillat  |  Photography by Angie Myers   Women, over the years, have been part of a movement, not necessarily feminism, but one more complex and organic, a movement grounded in friendship, the will to rise, succeed and help good causes. This is what.
  • Lift Ladies Lift!

    By Dale Barr   “There’s just something about lifting heavy weights that makes you think you can conquer anything.” As a busy father of two young children, I know that those of us who are committed to a fit and healthy lifestyle need an exercise program that offers maximum results.
  • Becoming Whole Again

    Tough Questions about Reconstruction after Breast Cancer By Dr. Emily Clarke-Pearson and Dr. Kelly Sullivan One Out of Eight Women Are Diagnosed with Breast Cancer A breast cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming and can lead to fear, confusion and feelings of despair. Sadly, because approximately one out of every eight.