In 1884, when many of the western states of the United States were still being created and Jack the Ripper was at large in London, the founders of The Evening Capital decided to bring stories from the world to residents of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and Kent Island. With a reputation established over the course of more than a century, the paper, now known as The Capital, focuses on local and regional news but still brims with the same world news as well as pieces on sports and entertainment. Subscribers find recipes and information about local events in the lifestyle section after grabbing the paper from the lawn or downloading the digital edition from the Internet. In the paper?s opinion section, readers share their points of view with the world, discuss issues relevant to their communities, and suggest comical things for Marmaduke to bury.
When Roald Dahl wrote Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, he imagined a much-coveted golden ticket that granted access to myriad wonders and unveiled the inner workings of an entire industry. MetaBody created a real-life version of that ticket with the MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass, though it applies to fitness instead of candy. The pass grants access not to a single gym but to classes at a variety of local studios, specializing in everything from yoga to boot camp. With the freedom to move from location to location, students can sample different regimens, instructors, and styles of exercise to cobble together a program that fits their needs and goals. MetaBody's nutritionists supplement class packages by coaching clients in healthy eating, recipe cooking, and speed-reading nutrition-fact labels.
In one of the nation's most storied rivalries spanning more than a century, the Navy Midshipmen and the Army Black Knights have met on courts, fields, mats, and tracks and in pools more than 1,700 times. Though the fierce rivalry will always take priority among students, fan bases, media, and aliens debating whether to invade America by land or by sea, the Midshipmen have excelled against other competition, as well. The Naval Academy boasts NCAA Division II championships in women’s indoor track and women’s swimming, as well as 40 NCAA Division I individual championships, including 10 fencing champions, nine men’s gymnastics champions, and eight men’s swimming champions.
Benefitting the civic-minded nonprofit, Junior League of Annapolis, the Pig & Pearls event treats revelers to an autumnal afternoon at the mouth of the South River and Chesapeake Bay for all-you-can-eat oysters, barbecue, and libations. As the bay's waves lap against the beach sands, chefs line up tasty trays of raw and roasted oysters, barbecue, and desserts that keep unruly sweet teeth under control more effectively than fitting them with rock-candy braces. Wash down fare with a soft drink or the cold suds of a Miller Lite or Yuengling as The Baltimore Bluegrass Band plucks the banjo and strikes the fiddle in traditional bluegrass favorites.
Pack a panini for lunch or pick up some pasta salad at Giolitti Delicatessen, a deli that attracts all types of taste buds.
At Giolitti Delicatessen, gluten-free and healthy eaters will appreciate the well-crafted menu items.
Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list.
Gather the whole family for a trip to Giolitti Delicatessen — everyone will find something to like (even the pickiest little eater) on the menu here.
You can tote your laptop here to take advantage of the free wifi.
Giolitti Delicatessen's outdoor seating is available during the warmer months.
Giolitti Delicatessen is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
You can also grab your food to go.
The restaurant has catering services as well.
For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use.
With prices generally staying under $15, you can easily afford to treat a pal or a date at Giolitti Delicatessen.
Giolitti Delicatessen offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
If the main objective of the glamour photographer is to make the model look attractive, there are probably more challenging subjects than Beyoncé and Christina Aguilera—but that doesn't mean David Blecman is complaining. The Positive Negatives founder and longtime shutterbug—he was named the photo editor of his county newspaper before his 20th birthday more than 30 years ago—has a history of plucking these plum gigs, having snapped pictures of celebrities such as Jimmy Buffett and Gene Simmons and worked for commercial clients including Sears, JCPenney, and Bath & Body Works.
At his studio, Blecman applies his skills toward shooting everything from headshots for models and actors to portraits of kids and teens. He also shares his expertise during workshops that cover both photography and modeling, so students can know what it feels like to be on both sides of a lens without giving their neighbors a turn with the binoculars.