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Refining Spa Creek

Bret Anderson's Vision For Spa Creek

By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by Jennifer Kolosky Eastman dsc_2793 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 can assess a structure’s “bones,” pinpoint a flaw in a brick lintel, and perceive a poorly placed joist. This.

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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 a Naval Academy Chapel locale does not  require is wearing a uniform. This was important to bride-to-be Jenna Mock who had “always imagined a tuxedo wedding.” The only compromise:.

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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 Paca Girlfriend Power is all about. Women entrepreneurs, business owners, mothers, daughters and best friends gather each year at the William Paca House and Garden to raise funds for.

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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 in the least amount of time. You don’t have to spend hours and hours a day at the gym to get great results. Rather, you need a well-planned.

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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 women gets breast cancer, most of us have at least one friend.

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Semi-Permanent Brows 101

A Rising Trend Called Microblading

By Kymberly Taylor

Can something so simple as eyebrows and eyelashes change a life? Julie Nguyen, founder and owner of Lash Moi in Crofton, has proof that it can.
She recreated eyebrows for a recent client battling cancer using an advanced technology called microblading. “One woman was going on her fourth chemo treatment and had no eyebrows whatsoever. Now she can look in the mirror when she gets up. She said she had.

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Peter Mogayzel Jr., MD, PhD Finding A Cure For Cystic Fibrosis

By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by Angie Meyers

You do not want cystic fibrosis (CF). This hereditary lung disease is diagnosed at infancy and when first identified in the 1930s had a life expectancy of two years. In simple terms, the gene that regulates the fluids that lubricate.

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