Two beloved and esteemed Frederick artists, Craig Cavin and Johan Lowie, will hold simultaneous exhibitions inside Griffin Art Center this month to showcase new work.
In this issue
See it on the big screen: New Smithsonian Channel documentary highlights African-American workers at Catoctin Furnace
For centuries, when the history of the Catoctin Furnace was told, it traditionally emphasized its European-decent workers.
Well, Memorial Day has come and gone, and you know what that means: Summer is officially here. Or, well, unofficially, I guess (the season doesn’t technically start until June 21), but you kno…
Frederick County Public Libraries welcomes back readers and explorers of all ages for its annual summer reading program, being held June 1 to Aug. 15.
Mount Airy author pens historical fiction novel about Fred Astaire’s sister, Adele — a lesser known but arguably just as talented performer
After learning about Fred Astaire’s talented older sister, Adele, who was a successful actor, singer and dancer in her own right, Eliza Knight knew she needed to tell her story.
Retired Linganore High School teacher Tracy Bozzonetti is supported by community, family through glioblastoma diagnosis
As a young Charleston woman laces up her sneakers for another grueling training run in the humid South Carolina climate, another woman here in Frederick cautiously prepares for her next brain scan.
There’s a beautiful fireplace glowing inside the restaurant, but during the middle of the day, it would be a shame to not sit outside on the patio and indulge on steamed mussels, olives and a Paulaner or fine Albanian wine.
The Frederick Chapter of Maryland Writers’ Association will once again partner with the Delaplaine Arts Center for an ekphrastic reading, which will take place on June 3.
Cyanotypes are one of the oldest photographic printing processes in the history of photography. Using coated paper and light, this process creates detailed plant prints surrounded by a stunning deep blue backdrop.
Caroline Mayer will show her oil paintings featuring water and birds in the exhibition “Loving Nature” at NOMA Gallery throughout June.
Speak Story Series, part of Speak Storytelling, Inc., continues its 11th season with story artist the Rev. Robert Jones in a storytelling and music concert live performances at 7:30 p.m. June 13 and 14 at the Opera house in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The June 13 concert will also be avail…
Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater will celebrate film favorites old and new when the annual Summer Classic Movie series kicks off June 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the historic 1925 auditorium. Enjoy classic movies in the beautifully restored historic theater every Wednesday night through Aug. 23.
Celebrate Frederick’s free Summer Concert Series has become a summer tradition in Frederick, offering a variety of genres for all ages, with shows every Sunday from June through August at the Baker Park Bandshell from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
￼ILDRED, Kansas — While the fiddle player sawed off the dizzy opening notes of Bob Wills’ “Take Me Back to Tulsa” on the stage in the back room, Charles Blagg was browsing the refreshments cooler up near the checkout counter.
The title of T.C. Boyle’s latest novel is darkly ironic: There are no blue skies in “Blue Skies.” In Florida, where half the action takes place, skies are gray, swollen with clouds that shower near-perpetual rain on an already sodden landscape. In California, the skies are white with heat, a…
Of all the breweries in and around the Frederick area, you’d be hard-pressed to find one more married to music than Rockwell Brewery. Just take a look at some of their beer names. There’s “Kolsch As Ice” (hello, Foreigner!) and Dropkick Red (who else loves Dropkick Murphys?!) and even B.I.G.…
Find out where all your favorite food trucks will be parked this week.
In this episode of the UnCapped podcast, host Chris Sands talked with Prospect Point Brewing cofounder Dan Carroll about how he went from being a hop farmer to opening a farm brewery in Frederick, and what it has been like for the past year, as the brewery celebrated its one-year anniversary…
The difference is all in cracking an egg. That’s according to franchise owner of Dash In location in Frederick County, Melissa Parsley.
‘Half of her story hasn’t been told’: Button Farm Living History Center seeks to familiarize the public with the real Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman is a native Marylander best known for freeing dozens of people from slavery via the Underground Railroad in the years leading up to the Civil War. This Memorial Day Weekend, the staff of Button Farm Living History Center in Germantown wants to highlight another daring facet of…
In Natchez, Mississippi, there is a trail that cuts through forests and fields, providing a scenic view for the people who walk along it.
Rob Schneider was barely old enough to drive when he started doing standup comedy in his hometown of San Francisco.
Maryland Ensemble Theatre announces its 20th mainstage world premiere, “South & Saints.” As a trailblazer in showcasing new works since its establishment in 1997, MET continues its tradition of community storytelling and civic engagement with this production. “South & Saints” honors …
Stoney Creek Bluegrass Band will perform traditional bluegrass at the May 25 Alive@Five, hosted by Downtown Frederick Partnership.
This week at Sky Stage, Wild Whispers will perform with Griefcat on May 27, and a Benefit Concert for Frederick Community Fridge will bring a lineup of local bands to the stage on May 28.
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