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Perhaps the most frequently visited tourist spot in Annapolis is the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA). It is our nation’s university and training ground for future officers of the U.S. Navy, and the beautiful campus is certainly worth a visit if you’re coming to Annapolis. The following are the top sights to see at the Naval… read more

Hosted by the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA), Paint Annapolis is a plein air artistic competition for painters that has been held in this historic maritime city for the past 15 years.  The French term, En plein air, translates to “in the open air”, meaning this type of painting is done outside, not in a… read more

The hit movie gave you a taste, and now you will be able to experience Kefi, when the joy of living overwhelms you so much while you dance, you yell, “Opa!” Over the years, members of the city’s Greek Orthodox Community have shared their traditions and culture with their neighbors. Come to the Annapolis Greek… read more

As mentioned in Part 1, the specialties of Maryland’s capital city are crab cake, cream of crab soup, and Maryland crab soup. Part 2 covers the top 3 places in the Annapolis Area for cream of crab soup and Maryland crab soup. Best Cream of Crab Soup in the Annapolis Area Carrol’s Creek Café 410… read more

While you are in the beautiful and historic maritime city of Annapolis, make sure to get crabby during your meals. The Chesapeake Bay is famous for delicious Maryland Blue Crab, and Annapolitans make three of their favorite dishes from this appealing crustacean. The very best specialties of Maryland’s capital city are crab cake, cream of… read more

Your eyes will be smiling at the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival. Held on the 2nd and 3rd of June at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, the event will give you a taste of Ireland over a fun weekend. Come to this celebration whether or not you have a wee bit of Irish in you!… read more

The annual Annapolis Arts, Crafts, and Wine Festival has been re-branded for its 2017 edition, and it is now the Annapolis Arts & Wine Festival. To be held on June 10 and 11 at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the festival returns for its eighth year featuring a revamped experience and retaining its status as… read more

Founded in 1997, Eastport a Rockin’ will be entertaining Annapolis for the 21st year on Saturday, June 17, 2017. 35 bands will play on 4 stages at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Concert proceeds will benefit the museum and city charities such as the Eastport Elementary School, Eastport Volunteer Fire Department, and the Annapolis Musicians Fund… read more

The 12th Annual Bands In The Sand concert benefiting the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is on its way to rock Annapolis. Scheduled for Saturday, June 10, 2017, this year’s edition promises to be the best and biggest yet. Bands in the Sand was founded by Dick Franyo, owner of the Boatyard Bar & Grill and… read more

As mentioned in Part 1, you can take a walking self-guided tour in the city’s Historic District and see its most historic houses. Part 2 will cover the second six of 12 houses. You can pick up a map at the Annapolis Visitors Center on 26 West Street, which is open daily from 9-5. James… read more