Lifestyles

Last Frame

Last Frame

Terrace Lanes Goes Hollywood Before Taking Final Curtain By Gina Gallucci-White. Photography by William Gray Before closing its doors in May, Terrace Lanes was a local landmark known for its bowling leagues, birthday parties and other gatherings during the past 60...

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To the Rafters

To the Rafters

Repurposed Historic Barns Offer Furniture, Furnishings and Fun By Jeanne Blackburn. Photography by Turner Photography Studio Shopping in Frederick has always been an eclectic experience. Quaint antiques and specialty shops in the historic Downtown have afforded...

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Meet the New Bosses

Meet the New Bosses

Different Voices, Visions Take Helm at Nonprofits By Lisa Gregory. Photography by Turner Photography Studio For many, Frederick County has earned a reputation for helpfulness and compassion—and, as such, a place where nonprofits can thrive. “Frederick has a sense of...

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Pride Mark

Pride Mark

The Frederick Center Celebrates Decade of Service to Community By Gina Gallucci-White. Photography by Turner Photography Studio If there was a turning point for attitudes about LGBTQ+ people in Frederick County, Kris Fair, executive director of The Frederick Center,...

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We’re Listening

We’re Listening

Podcasting Explosion Opens Microphone for Local Voices By Lisa Gregory. Photography by Turner Photography Studio As she sat in the audience watching her daughter’s flute recital, Michelle Newman became flushed. “One of the moms who was 30-something looked over at me...

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Trade Gap

Trade Gap

Good Jobs Available in the Building Industry, but More Training Opportunities Needed By Karen Gardner. Photography by Turner Photography Studio On one day, the students in Brett Maceikis’ classroom work on occupational safety certification. On another, they use drills...

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View Point

View Point

By Olivia Millunzi, Heritage Frederick There is no evidence supporting the veracity of the message on this undated postcard, but Braddock Heights does have a fascinating history as one of the first planned communities in the nation. In 1896, George William Smith...

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Top Workplaces

Top Workplaces

Awards Recognize Local Employers Offering Benefits, Perks, Balance By Gina-Gallucci White. Photography by Turner Photography Studio In combating the nationwide labor shortage, many local businesses have come up with innovative was to show their appreciation to their...

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Postcard Pro

Postcard Pro

By Olivia Millunzi, Heritage Frederick This undated photograph of a picnic shelter at Gambrill State Park is actually a picture postcard by artist David B. Traub. Traub was born in Baltimore and according to an obituary in The Baltimore Sun, he received his first...

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Their Best Shot

Their Best Shot

Healthcare Partners Tackling Pandemic Now Eying Other Community Needs By Gina Gallucci-White. Photography by Turner Photography Studio Gracey Zurita lost her father to COVID-19. He was living in her family’s native Ecuador where the vaccines are not as readily...

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