July 18, 2019

Landmark MB&T Bank For Lease or Sale

MB&T Bank

In the heart of the “Instant City” that became Lexington Park, the historic Maryland Bank & Trust Building is in tiptop condition and available for rent or sale. The MB&T Bank Building is at the corner of Great Mills Road and S. Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park, MD.

Cherry Trees Bloom Ahead of April 9 Festival

cherry trees bloom

The blooms of the Yoshino cherry trees are temporal, a trait bestowing a not inconsiderable amount of the species’ cachet. This year they bloomed early.

’70s in St. Mary’s: Formative, Transformative

Slackwater Charlie Hewitt '70s in St. Mary's

The 1970s in St. Mary’s County: These years were fundamentally formative and even transformative, and the landscape we negotiate today is the landscape born of that era.

Kay Daugherty Gallery Opens with a Reunion

The stunningly successful opening of the Kay Daugherty Gallery with Charlie Hewitt’s “The Banquet Years” show drew old friends and artists and buyers.

Hewitt’s ‘Banquet Years’ Opens Kay Daugherty Gallery

Painter, sculptor, and printmaker Charlie Hewitt graduated from Great Mills High School and spent formative years in St. Mary’s County, MD. His work will be shown in the new Kay Daugherty Gallery at Annmarie Garden beginning Aug. 12. “The Banquet Years” runs through Sept. 25.

‘The Banquet Years’ Opens at AMG

Once upon a time a cultural renaissance cloaked St. Mary’s County, a brief decade over by 1985, that seems both quite a long time ago and just the other day to Katie Watts as she muses about the mezzanine gallery — the Kay Daugherty Gallery — at Annmarie Garden named after her mother, and its opening exhibition, “The Banquet Years,” by Charlie Hewitt.

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.

Create Beloved Community

If you can’t find a beloved community, Charlie Hewitt says you should create it.

Hewitt Sculpture Installed Next to Manhattan Highline

St. Mary’s County native artist Charlie Hewitt’s “Urban Rattle” sculpture installed near New York’s re-imagined public space, the High Line.

Site Specific Art: Lexington Park

Art ignites imagination, builds community and can attract the investment and consumer interest Lexington Park needs.