Annapolis: A museum without walls

November 2, 2016 // 0 Comments

By Taylor L. Bromante Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Often called “A museum without walls,” “America’s family capitol,” and “the gateway to the Chesapeake Bay,” Historic Downtown Annapolis’ jagged brick walkways are the most pleasant route for winding passed archaic buildings, [...]

At peace on the Shenandoah River

May 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

By Jared Christensen Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Tubing on the Shenandoah River has become a popular way to relax, find perspective and enjoy the vastness of the Massanutten Mountain range and the George Washington National Forest. “People come from all over the world to go down the river [...]

Solana Beach is more than just the beach

October 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Kyana Miller Baltimore Watchdog Contributor Take a walk through a luscious park covered in large trees and observe the people laying out and enjoying the beautiful day. Just a few steps further and there is nothing but sand and surf. People melt their troubles away in the sun and catch waves on [...]

Alaska: Where the wild things are

October 8, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Zach Turner Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Situated just beyond the Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward, Alaska, has some of the most breathtaking natural beauty found here in America. “The fact that it is nestled in the corner of the Kenai Fjords makes it so picturesque that it is beyond [...]

Taking the politics out of Washington

October 8, 2015 // 0 Comments

By D. Chris Draughn Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer A tall schooner of beer sits in front of commuter Jeff Mabe. The 35-year-old lifts the glass as he surveys the Roman centurions standing guard above the massive room, takes a sip and looks out over his fellow commuters rushing to catch trains. [...]

Yes, it is safe to walk in Harlem

October 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Raenard Weddington Baltimore Watchdog Contributor Harlem is one of the largest neighborhoods in Manhattan, but for many tourists the borough has an intimidating reputation deemed inaccurate by Harlemites –  residents of Harlem. “Is it safe to walk around?” The Apollo Theater in Harlem, [...]

Las Vegas is Sin City no more

October 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Tamara Benbow Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer With the many great attractions and the monumental hotels, Las Vegas, Nevada, is the place to be all year round.  Las Vegas is generally used to describe not just the city itself, but areas beyond the city limits, especially the resort areas on and [...]

History and beauty in the Shenandoah Valley

October 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Shawn M. Largent Baltimore Watchdog Contributor Standing inside Gasoline Alley Auto Sales, looking around at the memorabilia that hangs on the wall, Scott Riley, a salesman at the business, begins working on papers for his next used car sale. At times, Riley stares around the room to see the one [...]

Savannah displays its European side

October 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Kristen Maloney Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer The jarring cobblestone streets almost overpower the sight of the magnificent colonial architecture that the city is built of, making Savannah a cultural, historical and environmental wonderland. “It’s not like a lot of towns that I grew up [...]

The long and winding road … to Napa Valley

October 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Emily McBee Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer California is known for its beautiful beaches, rolling hills, and the celebrities that live there, but when taking a closer look it’s easy to find the beautiful Napa Valley. Napa Valley is about an hour outside of San Francisco. The drive into Napa [...]
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