August 18, 2019

Slackwater: Lex Park, the Inside of the Beast

When the town was full of bars and slot machines and drunken sailors … Lexington Park was the belly of a noble beast, says Charlie Hewitt.

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March Plays, Literary Events & Song at CSM

Plays, Literary Events and a Barbershop Quarter fill the three CSM campuses in March.

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Guitarist & Solo Artist Sara Gray in Leonardtown

Ms. Gray has opened for country acts Miranda Lambert, Toby Keith and American Idol contestant Kellie Pickler. She and her guitar will perform in Leonardtown July 15.

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WHO Can Solve Your Vision Problems?

Dr. Mark Whitten can help you ditch your eyewear. Learn about LASIK.

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July Events at Annmarie Garden

This year will mark the fifth year for Art Blooms, featuring the work of more than 30 floral designers from across the region.

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Collaboration Makes the Design Work for You

At Traditions of Loveville design begins with communication and becomes collaboration between client and designer.

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Raley’s Extends Way Beyond Lexington Park

Selection don’t end inside the showroom; hundreds of select fabrics in “every color” make each piece custom ordered. Lehomer Grant gives a glimpse of the choices.

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Antique Week from Leonardtown to Compton

Another double hitter: Maryland Antique Center holds its Flea Market Weekend June 21-22 and Vintage Source throws open the Compton General Store this weekend as well, just 4 miles down the road.

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Debut Video Studios Debuts in SoMD

It’s a one-of-a-kind marketing firm producing original HD video content for the web and now open for business in Lexington Park, MD and wherever else the internet roams.

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Twilight Performances Celebrate Music, Theater & History

The Chautauqua theme this year is “Creative Women: Breaking the Mold” and includes Georgia O’Keefe, Emily Dickinson, and Frida Kahlo. Performances at the La Plata campus will be July 8, 9 & 10.

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