Working in a hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic is hard enough on its own, but trying to plan a wedding at the same time is near impossible. Just ask Kristen Carmany who has been living that struggle since March.
Picture it. Characters from “Romeo and Juliet” on the back of wagon train hitches— Romeo on one, Juliet on another — traveling through Frederick-area neighborhoods performing the balcony scene. A safe, social distanced version of the Shakespeare classic, tailor-made for a post COVID-19 world.
Gerard Gibbs knew he had his work cut out for him when he started as the executive director of Frederick’s fledgling New Spire Arts in the fall.
The Weinberg Center for the Arts was having a great year when its season kicked off several months ago.
Downtown Frederick’s Sky Stage may not have live performances for a while because of COVID-19. But organizers will have a cash flow for when they start back up.
People from around the DMV gathered in the ballroom at the Clarion Inn Frederick Event Center Sunday to attend a Quinceañera Expo.
NEW YORK — The Oscars closed the awards season in style, with statement necklaces and classic gowns, traditional tuxedos and some young rule-breakers.
Whether you’re having a romantic date or spending your time with your girlfriends, you should look good and feel good on Feb. 14.
Happy 2020 Fashionistas!
PARIS — A humble stone fountain, overgrown shrubs and flowers, and white sheets drying on a line met Pharrell Williams and other curious guests at the Chanel show inside the Grand Palais.