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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

The Pride of Lions

First-time filmmaker Ingrid Palmquist trained her Nikon camera on the oldest members of Frederick’s African American community. They ranged …

07.09.19 – Feature, History

Now You See Them

The Edwards’ hairstreak is a somewhat drab brown butterfly with small patches of blue at its wingtips. Though an …

07.01.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

Missing History

As Frederick County embraces its historical attributes as not merely cultural charm, but also as a genuine marketing lure …

06.10.19 – Feature, History

Close to Home

Sitting in a Baltimore hotel room with her husband, Jeff, hours before she would have surgery for breast cancer, …

06.05.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

Big Settings for the Big Day

Shabby chic decorations. Rough-hewn beams. Hay bales. Wooden barrels. White lace and promises. If these sound at odds, they’re …

06.01.19 – Feature, Food & Drink, History, Lifestyles

Neighborhood Watch

On Tuesday mornings, the various divisions of the Frederick Police Department come together for a weekly crime meeting. Here, …

05.22.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places

Chicken Scoop

It’s hard to look at 250 peeping balls of fluff and feathers and think about business, but that’s what …

05.12.19 – Feature, Lifestyles, People & Places

People to Watch 2019

This year’s class of “People to Watch” represents a wide diversity of backgrounds, professions and interests. From farms to …

05.01.19 – Feature, Food & Drink, Lifestyles, People & Places

History Mystery

The slightly blurred, black-and-white image is one of the iconic photographs from Civil War-era Frederick. Confederate soldiers are marching …

04.22.19 – Feature, History

Take-Home Taste

Oprah does it. The Kardashians do it, too. So does George Clooney, Reese Witherspoon and David Beckham. They all …

04.10.19 – Dining, Feature, Food & Drink

Poetry Emotion

For more than 20 years The Academy of American Poets has celebrated April as National Poetry Month, a timeto …

04.01.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

Who Killed Tracey?

Of Billy and Diane Kirkpatrick’s four children, Tracey was the studious one, with a GPA that hovered between a …

03.15.19 – Feature, People & Places

Alternate Route

Traffic. It’s a bit… much. And, like the weather, people talk about it incessantly. Drivers kvetch about the lines …

03.08.19 – Feature, Frederick Scene, People & Places

Unwelcome Guests

If you’ve never heard of the spotted lanternfly, here’s your introduction: It’s a hungry little plant-hopper that enjoys feeding …

03.01.19 – Feature, Lifestyles

Best of Frederick 2019 Winners

Honoring the best of Frederick County (and, in some cases, beyond) is a 27-year tradition here at Frederick Magazine. …

02.08.19 – Feature, Food & Drink, History, Lifestyles, People & Places, Travel