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DIY Holiday Gifts That You Can Make in Your Apartment

by Meg Paolini December 05, 2019

They say it’s better to give than receive, but living up to the old adage can be expensive. This holiday season, keep your wallet full—and your stress level at a minimum—by going the DIY route with your gift-giving. You don’t have to be an expert crafter or pro chef to create a gift that’s memorable … read more.

Sign Up Now for the Cats and Bats Haunted 5k Run/ Walk

by Yards at Fieldside October 11, 2019

Calling all runners! Blue Cheetah’s annual Cats and Bats Haunted 5k Race will be held on Saturday, October 26th this year. This event benefits the National PTSD Foundation, a charity dedicated to helping first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. If you’d like to participate but would prefer a shorter distance, you can register for … read more.

Happy Fall! Here’s How to Bring the Season Home

by Yards at Fieldside September 30, 2019

Cozy sweater season is finally upon us, and it’s not just your wardrobe that deserves a makeover. Your apartment should be ready for autumn, too! If you need some seasonal design inspiration, here are a few decor tips for fall. Toss up some twinkle lights. What could be simpler than stringing up a few strands of … read more.

Escape the Everyday at Mount Felix in Havre de Grace

by Yards at Fieldside September 26, 2019

Situated in nearby Havre de Grace, Mount Felix is a winery that doubles as  a little escape from the usual, and once you wind up the long gravel driveway, you might as well be a world away from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life. The views are world-class, the staff is exceptionally friendly, … read more.

You’ll Feel Right at Home at Mamie’s Cafe with Love

by Yards at Fieldside September 13, 2019

Who doesn’t love a local spot that feels like home the moment you walk in the door? That is the goal at Mamie’s Cafe with Love on Beards Hill Road, which was opened by a family with a goal of commemorating their grandmother’s welcoming spirit and dinner table full of guests. The second you walk in … read more.