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Blizzard HEROISM

My parents live between 480 and 520 miles away from me, depending on the route you take if you drive there, as I often do. They live in Massachusetts, in a magical place called Cape Cod. However, during the recent…

The Great Man Still Abides

It may rank as only seventh in the “List of America’s Favorite Architecture,” but the Lincoln Memorial is the most memorable to me. Seeing its unearthly beauty, especially at night with its image shimmering in the Reflecting Pool and Lincoln’s…

Mike at the Movies

Mortdecai (R) *** You may or may not like this film, depending on how you react to British comedy done by Americans, how much you like silliness and how much tolerance you have for puns, sight gags, a plot that…

Wormald Is Building Homes for Life

Photo | Sharon Allen Gilder

After more than 50 years in business, The Wormald Companies have award-winning communities across four states. Today, brothers (left to right) Robert Wormald, Ken Wormald and Ed Wormald continue building the business that their father, Bob Wormald, started with Crown development’s neo-Tudor style Estate Homes and City Homes (rendered behind them).

Lakelands resident Ken Wormald and his brothers, Robert and Ed, have a firm foundation as partners in the building business. A little more than half a century ago, in 1964, their father, Bob, established Wormald Builders and began building homes…

Dance Party Vibe Drives New Cycle Studio

Photo | Yenrue Chen

The Zengo Cycle team (left to right) Shannon Ryan, Eileen Engels, owner Marc Caputo, Christy Goldstein, and Gloria Samen opened at 215 Kentlands Blvd. on Dec. 31. and held a Community Open House on Saturday, Jan. 10.

Marc Caputo has never been a fan of gyms. For the 48-year-old Baltimore resident, they bring back the negatives—such as ego and judgment—he associates with high school locker rooms. Similarly, his impression of an indoor cycling studio once consisted of…

Legislative Team Ready for 2015

Photo | Pam Schipper

Delegate Kumar Barve (standing) addresses the crowd assembled at a District 17 Democratic Club program in the Kentlands Clubhouse. (Left to right) Delegate Jim Gilchrist, Delegate-Elect Andrew Platt and Senator-Elect Cheryl Kagan listen.

The upcoming 2015 legislative session in Annapolis looks a bit daunting. Maryland’s budget shortfall is estimated at $1.2 billion, and new Republican Governor-Elect Larry Hogan was elected on a platform that promised to curb state spending. In December, Governor-Elect Hogan…

David London and the Magic Within

Photo | Chrisher Meyers

David London makes his Arts Barn debut as resident magician through May with a Weekend of Magic, Jan. 30 and 31.

On Jan. 30 and 31, David London brings his Weekend of Magic—an adult Magic Outside the Box Cabaret Show, Adventure to the Imagi Nation for families, and David London’s Magic Workshop —to the Arts Barn. London will perform many tricks…