Getaways

Miles of Tiles

At Zion Lutheran Church in downtown Baltimore, just across from City Hall, a quiet courtyard of boxwood, magnolia, crape myrtle and fig beckons office workers to stop in and take a break. It’s an enclosed green space, free to anyone who wanders by. But at the back wall, under a …

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Revel yell

It seems D.C. super chef Robert Wiedmaier and I agree on at least one thing: Neither of us are big fans of casinos. So why is the culinary mastermind behind such Washington institutions as Marcel’s and Bethesda’s Mussel Bar dishing out mini crabcakes at a special event to support the …

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STYLE Fifty

1. You may not be “to the manor born” but you can be “to the manor for a weekend” at the Clifton Inn or Keswick Hall, two charming country inns nestled into the Blue Ridge Mountains outside of Charlottesville, Va. Thomas Jefferson called this area the “Eden of the United …

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Shake and Bake Many Baltimoreans are already familiar with SugarBakers, the Catonsville bakery that’s been whipping up high-cal treats and wedding cakes for the past 15 years. Now you can find the same yummy goods at its new outpost in Lewes. CakeBar, however, ups the ante with a sit-down restaurant …

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