Articles in the Feature Category
Although the Fountain of Youth may just be a myth, the feeling of youth doesn’t have to be elusive. “The first steps to wellness that can help most health conditions are optimizing nutrition, sleep, and exercise,” says Dr. Alan Weiss, the director of Annapolis Integrative Medicine. From there, there are also medical and cosmetic procedures that can help women look and feel younger.
Wine in the Woods Celebrates Its 21st Year with 35 Maryland Wineries!
Celebrate the charm and character of an event that has aged to perfection. Wine in the Woods is the largest wine festival in Maryland and voted Best Festival in Howard County for four years. Sample from your souvenir glass wines from thirty-five (35) Maryland wineries and buy your favorite bottles to take home. Purchase food from an abundance of high-quality, distinctive restaurants and caterers; sharpen your palate by attending wine education seminars; purchase exceptional works of art and specialty crafts; and revel in continuous live entertainment from twelve bands on two stages. The Saturday taster’s ticket includes lawn admission to an evening concert featuring “The Band Perry” at Merriweather Post Pavilion. Tickets are first-come, first-served and limited by capacity. Check our website for concert details.
There is a saying in the Real Estate Industry that “Buyers Buy What They See.” If we consider how this principle is implemented by all of the most successful retail merchants we can begin to understand why the preparation and presentation is so important when selling a home. Disney, Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel & Nordstrom’s are great examples of successful visual merchandising efforts.
Not long ago, wives were “silent partners” when it came to estate planning. Husbands were the ones in charge of long-term planning and major financial decisions. In fact, estate planning attorneys often advised wealthy men to leave their assets in trust for their wives, so that a trustee other than their wife could manage and preserve the family fortune. It was assumed that a widow would not have the skill or the experience necessary to responsibly manage the money she inherited from her husband.