Time for Change

After a high profile career in corporate America and government, Bill Anderson is on a quest to affect real change for the Shore

Written by Joe WilleyPhotography by Jill Jasuta
Influenced by the wave-lapped shoreline of Ocean City, William C. (Bill) Anderson’s lengthy high profile career has reflected his concern for energy and ecology. The Maryland coastline exerted such a pull that even after working and living in a litany of exotic locations,

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In Style, Inspo

There’s an electric experience in store at Carly Hlinko’s Lilla Cavallo boutique
Written by Kristen HampshirePhotography by Pamela Aquilani and Carly Hlinko
Fashion inspo and styling, recipes and beauty hacks — the blog Carly Hlinko built through the years grew a loyal following and seeded an idea for a more tangible way to reach the world.

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Watercolor Wiz

While Jessica Schlegel’s diverse artistic talents are clearly evident, her main love is found in watercolor paintings
Written by Alison Pappas  |  Photography by Jill Jasuta
Local watercolor artist Jessica L. Schlegel has been drawing and painting for as long as she can remember. After earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Salisbury University and later her master’s degree from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore,

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Passion Projects

Cambridge artist Michael Rosato’s stunning murals document history, emotion and heritage
Written by Kristen Hampshire  |  Photography by Jill Jasuta
To Michael Rosato, murals are like a still out of a documentary, says the man who considers himself equal parts artist, historian and storyteller. He specializes in designing and painting large scale murals for museums and sports arenas,

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