Archive for May 2011

  1. Grilling Gets Versatile

    by L'Oreal Thompson | May 27, 2011

    The Kalamazoo Hybrid Fire Grills gives the cook control.

  2. Perfect Party Companion

    by L'Oreal Thompson | May 25, 2011

    The Chill Salad Bowl from Crate & Barrel is a party pleaser.

  3. Stylish Storage Solutions

    by L'Oreal Thompson | May 20, 2011

    Eurotrend furniture helps you get organized.

  4. Trends in Lighting Gallery

    by Chesapeake Home Magazine | May 20, 2011

  5. Miss Shirley’s Heads South

    by L'Oreal Thompson | May 19, 2011

    Baltimore brunch eatery to open an Annapolis location.

  6. Trends in Lighting

    by L'Oreal Thompson | May 18, 2011

    Lighting, while essential for living, does not have to be utilitarian in appearance. Often described as “jewelry for the home,” lighting is a practical, yet fashionable, way to upgrade your home décor. With more options than ever to choose from, industry experts share the latest in lighting trends to help you decide which look is [...]

  7. St. Michaels

    by Jennifer K. Dansicker | May 17, 2011

    Before St. Michaels evolved into the quaint, little tourist town it is today, it was a deep-water port situated close to the Miles River and the Chesapeake Bay where shipbuilding was the main trade. “This town was rowdy with sailors and shipbuilders and lots of taverns in its early history,” says Beth Hanson, curator of [...]

  8. Hotel Luxury: The Jefferson, DC Gallery

    by Chesapeake Home Magazine | May 17, 2011

  9. Hotel Luxury: The Jefferson, DC

    by Dennis Hockman | May 17, 2011

    THE JEFFERSON HOTEL OFFERS AN INTIMATE AND LUXURIOUS EXPERIENCE FOR ITS GUESTS.
    Located in one of DC’s toniest neighborhoods at the corner of 16th and M streets, The Jefferson hotel is convenient to museums, monuments, embassies, dining, shops, and nightlife. The first in the nation’s capital to be selected for membership in the prestigious Relais & [...]

  10. Dickeyville House and Garden Tour

    by Dennis Hockman | May 13, 2011

    Tomorrow, Saturday May 14 from noon to 4 pm, 30 houses and a gardens in Dickeyville are open for a free tour.