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    We’re live, people! #ohyeah The newest issue of Frederick Gorilla Magazine is hitting the streets this week and is available via app, Kindle and Digital Edition. Yahoo! Putting together each magazine is a true labor of love. And while I usually tire quickly of edit after edit after edit, I must say that there is absolutely nothing like holding a copy in your hands when they are fresh off of the press. (Smells so good, too. WAIT. Is that weird?) Enjoy the new issue.

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Sharon Riser is Director and Co-Owner of The Temple a Paul Mitchell Partner School located in Frederick, MD. With over 17 years of experience in the beauty industry, Sharon also serves as a school consultant for Paul Mitchell Advance Education and actively contributes to  focus groups, newsletters , etc.  in the Paul Mitchell Network. Sharon is also actively involved in her local community working with her organization and students to make a difference volunteering with countless nonprofit causes from cancer research to helping with the homeless to the Boys & Girls Club and Children’s Miracle Network among many others. She is a…

Liza Hawkins has one leg planted firmly in the corporate world, and the other growing fruitfully in a creative world. When she’s not focused on her role in leadership development at a large insurance company, Liza spends her time managing her blog (a)Musing Foodie, as well as other freelance writing gigs for online and print publications – including Frederick Magazine, Tots2Tweens.com, Want2Dish.com, PrimeParentsClub.com, FiND iT FREDERiCK magazine, and others. The rest of her free time is devoted to her two kids, ages 7 and 3, connecting with friends, running 5Ks, attempting to keep up with her book club, and giving…

It is time for me to weigh in on the New York Times article.  Yeah, THAT article.  The one I was quoted in. The one that everyone is freaking out about.  News to you?  Well, then I invite you to take a moment to read it.  It is okay. I’ll wait…. I wasn’t planning on speaking out on it, I was perfectly content to let it ride and read what others were saying.  They were all much more eloquent then I, anyway. But then I started musing about a couple of things: 1. Who EXACTLY is the adversary here?  The…

Yesterday my family and I were invited to experience a brand new exhibit called “Curious George: Let’s Get Curious” at the Port Discovery Children’s Museum in Baltimore.   What a blast! Now, we had been to Port Discovery years ago with the kids and, of course, we loved it. But this trip was entirely different.  They were completely engaged and were begging for us not to leave. It was three stories of kid nirvana. (THIS kid included!) My personal favorite has always been the Egyptian exhibit.  Last time we visited it, the boys were too young to appreciate it.  This time? …