Joshua Johnson was the first African-American portraitist to create an expansive body of work. But his artistic legacy is not well-known — even in his native Maryland, where he lived from about 1763 until his death in the 1820s.
The A&E Social Feed is a real-time window into the local arts scene.
- Frederick Indoor Sports Center to close its doors after March
- Frederick Social hopes to capture cafe feeling, but with extensive beer choices
- Update: Missing man located safe
- Monrovia man arrested for manufacturing, distributing homemade firearms
- A shameful situation
- Fatal Wolfsville house fire ruled accidental, discarded ashes to blame
- Lagging staff salaries contributed to sharp increase in FCPS' recommended funding
- One class in virtual learning as FCPS continues to see high rates of COVID-19
- Parts of Frederick County get 5 inches of snow, police implement snow emergency plan
- Charges filed in vandalism of downtown Frederick dog statue
Mary Burns is passionate about educating the Frederick community about the connection between good food and good health. And what better way t…
This week, Uncapped podcast host Chris Sands talked with Parker Olen (co-owner) and Weston Shepherd (production manager) from Mast Landing Brewing Company out of Westbrook, Maine. We talked about how they got into craft beer, the history of the brewery and beer in general. Following the podc…
Mary Burns is passionate about educating the Frederick community about the connection between good food and good health. And what better way to do that than to let people experience the health benefit of nutritious foods firsthand?