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History in Hand

Would Today be the Day? Sitting in his father’s truck heading out to a colonial-era home and property in …

09.13.21 – Feature, History, Lifestyles

Legendary Tale

For fans of the Barbara Fritchie legend, imagery is everything: An old woman admonishing Confederate soldiers to respect the …

09.01.21 – Feature, History

No Job Too Large or Too Small

Stacks of microfiber cloths are surrounded by disinfectants in the lunchroom at Urbana Middle School. The cloths are either …

08.12.21 – Feature, Lifestyles

High Style

There’s a certain romance to lofty rooftop decks that look out over a bustling city, unbound by walls, removed …

08.01.21 – Feature, Lifestyles

Telling The Untold Story

On a boat in the ocean waters off Mozambique, sometime around 2014, diver Jay Haigler presented noted under-water archaeologist …

07.12.21 – Feature, History, Travel

Come Back

There are varied legends surrounding a light often left on overnight in empty theaters. Some say the illumination is …

07.01.21 – Feature, Food & Drink, Lifestyles

Fit History

Let’s be honest. Working out can be a bit of a pain. You feel better afterward, sure, but an …

06.12.21 – Feature, Lifestyles

Big River

Long before Frederick County became a county, long before Maryland became a state, the Potomac River flowed. Languid and …

06.01.21 – Feature, Lifestyles

Solemn Remembrance

For those in the Walkersville area, a thundering boom interrupted the gray, drizzly morning of May 6, 1981. Could …

05.12.21 – Feature, History

People to Watch 2021

After a hiatus in 2020, the popular “People to Watch” feature is making a return to Frederick Magazine for …

05.01.21 – Feature, People & Places

Remembering Mike

In February, the Frederick Magazine family lost one of our own with the passing of photographer Mike Collins from …

04.20.21 – Feature, People & Places

Super Seller’s Market

In early March, there were fewer than 250 residential real estate listings in Frederick County, and only about 100 …

04.09.21 – Feature, Lifestyles

Amens to Heart Emojis

Once the pandemic began, the Sabbath wasn’t the same for Rosalind Nasher.  “I have no family close by,” says …

04.01.21 – Feature, History, Lifestyles

So Tired

In mid-January, I was set to interview a high-ranking member of Gov. Larry Hogan’s cabinet for a story I …

03.11.21 – Feature, Lifestyles

Hometown Girl

In September of 1952, a high school dropout who began singing professionally to support her family back home in …

03.01.21 – Feature, History, People & Places

Support and Survival

In a typical year, the month of March starts Showtime Sound’s busy season with events like corporate galas and …

02.10.21 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places