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Annapolis Home is a luxury magazine that explores the dynamic home scene in greater metropolitan Annapolis, Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore while showcasing the latest designs in landscaping, architecture, remodeling, and interior design. The magazine is unique in that it also investigates the garage as both a functional and creative space and the dock as integral to Chesapeake Bay living.


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  • Picks for September & October 2014

    Robert's Picks 1.  We honor Shakespeare with a special feature celebrating the Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s upcoming production of Macbeth from October 24 to November 23. For tickets and details, visit www.annapolisshakespeare.org. 2.  On the subject of Shakespeare, we remind you that the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC is home to the world’s largest collection of Shakespeare materials and host of major theatrical productions. From September 5–21, the Folger presents Shakespeare’s Globe’s King Lear, staring.
  • 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.
  • Picks for July & August 2014

    Robert's Picks 1.  If you don’t know Jeff Koons, you should because he is one of the most successful American artists of all time. He is loved and hated by art critics, while his art appears in the major museums and private collections throughout the world. Although his art seems straightforward enough—Hoover vacuum cleaners stored in Plexiglas containers, with florescent lights—it is more complex than it initially appears. He wryly monumentalizes the sentiments, fascinations, and.
  • Spirit of the Shore

    By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by David Burroughs To outsiders, the Eastern Shore reveals itself slowly. Some miss it entirely. Far too often, the uneducated zoom by on their way to the ocean, trying to avoid police lurking at Dairy Queen with radar guns. Most folks who live on the Shore are fine with that. They exude the air of knowing things you don’t: where the soft crabs nestle, how to stock a freezer full.
  • An Architectural Jewel Box

    By Tom Levine  |  Photography by Julia Heine When Architect Mark McInturff set out to design his own weekend house on the Eastern Shore, he faced a host of problems. If good architects do nothing else, they solve problems. And McInturff is a very good architect. He founded his Bethesda firm McInturff Architects over thirty years ago and has always maintained his devotion to Modernism. When you are an architect designing your own house, you.
  • The Mary Garden

    Rosary, from the Latin rosarium, means “garden of roses.” According to legend, in an apparition, Mary, the Mother of Jesus, said that each bead on the rosary is a rose, and, when someone completes a rosary, they are giving her a crown of roses. The rosary is used to recite many prayers, including the powerful Catholic prayer, the Hail Mary. Through this prayer, one may ask the Blessed Mother to speak directly to Jesus for.
  • Inspired Design at Blackwall Hitch

    Straight Up on Dining Out Inspired Design at Blackwall Hitch Story by Christine Fillat   |  Photography courtesy of Blackwall Hitch There is a natural flow from the city dock in Annapolis across the bridge into Eastport and to the chrome-yellow doors of Blackwall Hitch, Annapolis’s newest restaurant. Its owners’ names are familiar to locals: Anne Arundel Councilman Derek Fink, restaurateur James King, Larry Ray of Big Vanilla Athletic Club, and State Delegate Steve Schuh.

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