Turn Up the Volume
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1M ago
If Hub City Vinyl has a mantra, it should be “business in the front, party in the back.” During the day, there’s a record shop in the front of the store where lovers of vinyl can peruse, but in the evenings, Thursdays through Sundays, it’s Live at Hub City Vinyl, a place where ..read more
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Meat Eater Chic
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1M ago
Food is a basic need, but good food is a true pleasure. Pair that with good drink, good tunes, and good friends and you’ve got Branded Chophouse in Boonsboro. Fans of Vanish Farmwoods Brewery near Lucketts, Virgnia, may catch a ..read more
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The Next Chapter
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2M ago
If ever a Major League baseball player achieved nothing more than footnote status, it was Thomas Charles Lipp. He made his Major League debut for the Philadelphia Phillies on ..read more
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Portraits for a Cause
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2M ago
Author and humanitarian Sam Childers (aka the Machine Gun Preacher), Thaddeus Bullard (WWE Titus O’Neil), and other celebrities are part of local portrait artist Nicole Troup’s mission to bring awareness to her Portraits for a Cause project. Her most recent painting of ..read more
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Homestyle Comfort
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3M ago
Diners are an enduring part of the American restaurant landscape, so it’s easy to feel nostalgic walking into one. That’s true at the Dixie Eatery in Smithsburg. Online reviewers say ..read more
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Preserving Our Agricultural Heritage
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3M ago
For Jeremiah Weddle, farming is in his blood. Relatives going back at least to his great grandparents have been farming in Washington County. His parents started Creek Bound Farm in 1980 doing most of the labor by hand. They grew the farm into the 4,500 acres that the family manages today ..read more
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Boonsboro: Quaint and Historic
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3M ago
Mystery and romance novelist Nora Roberts saved the historic building at the intersection of Alt. Route 40 and St. Paul Street, rebuilding it from the ashes of a fire and turning it into an elegant bed and breakfast called Inn BoonsBoro. Each room is named ..read more
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For the Love of the Theater
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4M ago
Many moons ago, a young Barry Harbaugh took a class trip with the other seventh graders at Boonsboro Middle School to see a performance of Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” at the newly opened Kennedy Center. Sitting in the audience, he just knew he wanted to be a part of live theater for the rest of his life ..read more
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Savoring the Seasons
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4M ago
Established by Shellie Ralston in 2000, Rhubarb House is an outgrowth of the Tasteful Presentations catering service she started in the mid-1990s. Now, both businesses operate under the Rhubarb House umbrella. The split-level eatery is open for lunch during the week and special periodic dinners.   ..read more
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HotList 2024
Hagerstown Magazine
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4M ago
Whether you’re in the market for fine antiques, a cozy stay at a bed and breakfast, an accountant to do your taxes, or just a good beer, we’ve got it in our annual reader’s poll list of the best of Hagerstown and Washington County. Here are the restaurants, businesses, professionals, and entertainment venues that our readers picked as the best ..read more
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