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Blueberry Dreams

Frog Eye Farm is the place to go to pick-your-own delicious blueberries. By Karen Gardner Deep in the heart of Pleasant Valley is a blueberry farm, where you can pick blueberries surrounded by a slice of rural paradise. Sandwiched between Elk Ridge and South Mountain, Frog Eye Farm offers pick-your-own (PYO) blue-berries throughout blueberry growing season.

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Roasting Beans and Raising Standards

River Bottom Roasters coffee company is changing lives in far away regions. Story and Photography by Jamie Turner

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Just Pea-che

A classic school lunch dessert still bring up memories for some. Story and photo by Crystal Schelle

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Rock On

Black Rock Bar & Grill sizzles with interactive appeal. By April Bartel and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Return to Retail: Part One – Survival

Local retailers have managed to survive and even thrive through the Covid-19 lockdowns. By Jessica Swan

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Hartle's Grocery on Potomac Street

Photo courtesy of the Hartle Family

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Belly up to the Bar

Dan's Restaurant and Tap House keeps the focus close to home. By April Bartel and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Lost in the ‘50s

Halfway man transforms basement into a diner fit for the King. By Crystal Schelle and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Pry Family Quilt

A farewell gift given to a beloved family in 1873 miraculously finds its way back home. By Karen Gardner, Photos by Turner Photography Studio It took a village to make the Pry quilt of Keedysville, Maryland before it left in 1873. It has taken a village to bring it back.

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Antietam Creek Vineyards

Delicious Wines from Plant to Bottle By Karen Gardner, Photos by Turner Photography Studio One of the first steps to making wine at Antietam Creek Vineyards involved a deer fence.

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