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Locally Made

When Mark and Phoebe Boheim ship their Frederick Candle Company & Apothecary products to their customers, they will often …

12.09.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

Promoting the Past

For those at Frederick County Landmarks Foundation, which owns and operates the Schifferstadt Architectural Museum, the headline had to …

11.20.19 – Feature, History

Evie’s Purpose

Mark Vander Meer loved to drive and on one day in 2014, amid the shock of finally learning that …

11.08.19 – Feature, People & Places

Tales from the Front Seat

It’s a Friday, a little after midnight on a hot summer night, when I pull up to the light …

11.01.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places

Six to Fix

Nicholas Redding, executive director of Preservation Maryland, has a problem with what he calls “sad lists” of endangered sites. …

10.18.19 – Feature, History

Here’s the Chief

Poor William Henry Harrison. The nation’s ninth president is best known as being the nation’s briefest president, having served …

10.11.19 – Feature, History

Winging It

Man does not live by bread alone. There’s a good chance chicken is also on the table. Industry insiders …

10.01.19 – Feature, Food & Drink

Growing Pains

It’s a summer morning and SoliderFit owner Danny Farrar is asked how he was doing on this day. “I’m …

09.19.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places

On A Roll

It’s 7 p.m. on a Thursday and MARC Train 881 is making its way from Washington, D.C.’s Union Station …

09.12.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places

Urban Oases

In Maryland, summer lingers. The transition of the seasons is not a quick, definitive flip of the calendar. Garden …

09.01.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places

Classroom Elders

Mary Jones and Anne Truffer have been neighbors and friends for years. Now, in retirement, they spend Thursday mornings …

08.26.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

History to Housing

Kemp Hall, the three-story brick building on the southeast corner of Church and Market streets in Downtown Frederick, has …

08.19.19 – Feature, History, Lifestyles

Jason Turner

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.” –Alfred Eisenstaedt If there ever was …

08.12.19 – Feature, People & Places

Labor, Love and Legacy

He’s been a part of what was formerly Pleasant Valley Studio since he was in high school, but after …

08.01.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

Seeing Stars

Earl Mullins always had a bit of fear of the water, probably the residue of having almost drowned twice …

07.10.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places