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Table of Contents
Features: Smith Brothers
Oystermen Eddy and Nelson Smith began building docks after World War I, and soon pile driving replaced oystering as their primary occupation. Throughout the rest of the century,
Smith Brothers built bridges on the Baltimore beltway, the Virginia turnpike and drove the pilings underneath the Annapolis Marriott. Kathy Bergren Smith gives us a glimpse of the 87-year history of a business built on family.
PLUS: Annapolis Maritime Museum and Ghosts of Annapolis.
Annapolis Insiders: Sally Kaiser
Most business owners want to see their enterprises grow and expand. Sally Kaiser, owner of Eastport's Palate Pleasers, wants just the opposite: to keep her business small so she can continue to give
the personal touch her clients have come to love.
PLUS: Robert Dunn of The Inn at 30 Maryland and artist Pat Clubine.
Annapolis History: World War II Veterans Memorial
Bay Business: Rebecca Myers
Nestled in the Village of West Annapolis is a workshop where exquisite jewelry is designed and created by hand. Rebecca Myers creates stunning, European-inspired pieces with skills she has developed since her days at Philadelphia's Tyler School of Design. Janice F. Booth introduces us to the woman who is a designer, artist and savvy business owner all rolled in to one.
PLUS: Johnsons On the Avenue and ToadNet. Also Consider This...Gifts and Gift Taxes and Jimmy's Favorite Sites
St. John's: Don Jackson
Home: Thanksgiving in Lyon
Organizations: AAMC Auxiliary
Education: St. Mary's
Education: Aleph Bet
Dining Out: Old Stein Inn
The Wine Coach
Events: 14th Annual Scottish Highland Games
Events: MRE Tug of War
Events: Pumpkin Patch
Events: Lights on the Bay
Restaurants, Shops, Services, Galleries & Schools