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  • Living Large on a Small Scale

    Farnady Interiors By Manning Lee  |  Photography by Gwin Hunt   Mary-Beth and Bruce Phillips dreamed of simplifying their lives and leaving it all behind. Unlike most of us, they turned this fantasy into reality. They sold everything, including their seven-bedroom Victorian home in Westfield, New Jersey, and moved into a 1,400 square foot, two-bedroom condo overlooking Annapolis Harbor. “We sold all of our antiques, furniture, and treasures gathered over our lifetime and moved to.
  • Picks for November & December 2014

    Robert's Picks 1.  There are many ways to age, but Henri Matisse offers one productive approach: keep working. Even after being diagnosed with cancer and confined to a wheelchair late in his life, Matisse continued producing his spectacular cut-outs, among the greatest works of modern art. You can see the full range of his work at an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The show, Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, runs.
  • Harry Browne’s: A State Circle Mainstay

      Straight Up on Dining Out Harry Browne's A State Circle Mainstay Story by Christine Fillat Where in Annapolis can one direct friends and unequivocally say, “Here you will get a fine meal”? For many, the first place that comes to mind is the classic mainstay of State Circle, Harry Browne’s. Sited with a commanding view of the Maryland State House, sidewalk tables prettily surround the restaurant’s exterior. Known for its vast wine cellar, Harry.
  • Bugatti in the Garden

    By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon What does a nineteenth-century garden have to do with a sports car from the 1930s? Both are the rare progeny of a private world, a past seldom penetrated by outsiders. These worlds will merge briefly the last weekend in September, when participants of the Eighth Annual St. Michaels Concours d’Elegance will stroll the rolling grounds of the Knightly Estate for a private party. During the era of.
  • Boatyard Bash

    By Robert Haywood  |  Photography by Lee Kriel With a flare for the uncommon, Creative Tide hosted an outdoor party at the boatyard Port Annapolis that was no ordinary dinner party. Consisting of talented design professionals who are also small business owners from the Annapolis area, Creative Tide meets regularly to discuss the design field, their businesses, and everyday concerns like schools and motherhood. It’s much better than your typical networking group because the members.
  • Dirt to Table Dining: The Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton

    Straight Up on Dining Out The Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton Dirt to Table Dining Story by Christine Fillat   |  Photography courtesy of Jenna Walcott The Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton has been getting a lot of buzz lately as the place to go for fine dining in Maryland. Owned and operated by Jordan and Alice Lloyd, the couple are Easton natives, come back to the homeland after forays into the culinary corners of.

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