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Captain Jen’s Treasure Hunt

March, 2019

Searching the Susquehanna to find a trove at Slate Every spring, geocachers from all around the state are challenged to find 10 “treasures” throughout Maryland. Cache Across Maryland (CAM) was developed by the Maryland Geocaching Society to show off Maryland’s status as America in Miniature. In mid-March, 10 caches in eight different counties were released. […]

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Brewlyweds

March, 2019

Donuts and sour beer (with edible glitter)? YES. By Megan DeMillo It seemed like a typical Saturday in Rosedale, MD except for the line of patrons down the block waiting to get into DuClaw Brewing before noon. Oh, and did I mention that they were decked out in their finest unicorn gear? When DuClaw Brewing Co & Diablo […]

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Omnibibulous

March, 2019

I am prepared to admit some merit in every alcoholic beverage ever devised by the incomparable brain of man and drink them all when occasions are suitable.” H.L. Mencken By Brennen Jensen Liquid Laws In the age of craft, can post-prohibition laws stick? April is the cruelest month. Well, so said T. S. Eliot­. But the Anglo-American poet […]

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March is Maryland Wine Month

March, 2019

By Grow and Fortify This March marks the third-annual Maryland Wine Month, a celebration of a creative industry that continues to grow each year. With nearly 100 wineries in the state, we have a lot to toast. Maryland Wine Month festivities abound, including educational opportunities, live music events, and tastings featuring a variety of paired […]

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Glass Half Full

March, 2019

Tipping ‘em back and taking notes on the Maryland craft-beverage beat Two Beers, One Glass By Brennen Jensen Mixed drinks at a brewery taproom? No, I’m not talking Harvey Wallbangers or fuzzy navels. I’m referring to beer-on-beer action. I was at Waverly Brewing (my local) recently and overheard a woman ask for a fifty-fifty mix […]

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January: Make a Pact with Yourself

January, 2019

The new year feels like a fresh start: an opportunity for do-overs of whatever went wrong last year or a chance to experiment with something new. Try the Maryland Sip and Savor 2019 cocktail, or head to the B&O Museum to sample picks from local wineries. Or get to work on those resolutions, whether it’s […]

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December: One Sweet at a Time

November, 2018

The winter holidays—regardless of how, or even if, you celebrate—share themes inherited from solstice rites, when folks would see the sun getting small and do whatever they could to summon it back.  Song, dance, fire—even boughs of evergreen—predate today’s Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa conventions. These days, holidays also mean chocolate, eggnog laced with whiskey or […]

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November: Shop Main Street, Shop Farm

November, 2018

As you’re recovering from your Thanksgiving feast, be thankful you can avoid big box mayhem by shopping at independent shops on Maryland’s Main Streets, or picking up handmade gifts at local farms. Shop Maryland’s Main Streets Take a pass on the crush of malls and big box stores in favor of a stroll down one […]

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Introducing Sip and Savor’s Celebration Series

November, 2018

You know how parties work. You schedule a gathering for, say 7. Things get rolling at 9. By 11, you’re exhausted and you can’t wait to get everyone out the door. That’s about the time the last trickle of guests shows up. They bring friends you’ve never met and maybe a bottle of something strong. […]

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Celebrating the Dark Side

November, 2018

Stouts-A-Go-Go at the Shiny, New Guinness Outpost in Halethorpe By Brennen Jensen Did you know that Thursday, November 1 was International Stout Day? What? No one sent you a card? It’s not too late to celebrate the dark and lovely goodness of stout, and one good place to do so is the Guinness brewery in […]

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