Monday, February 21, 2011

Glen Echo Castle Mystery Solved

There is a terrific read in the Jan-Feb issue of Bethesda Magazine by Mark Walston. The article sheds light onto the mystery of Edward Baltzley and his twin brother, Edwin who "in 1888, joined the developers’ parade with the purchase of a 500-acre tract on Conduit Road—today’s MacArthur Boulevard—just downstream from the confluence of Cabin John Creek and the Potomac. They named their new community Glen Echo." The article goes onto describe the brothers vision of Glen Echo, the castle they built and their ultimate relocation to other parts of the United States in search of fortune.
Read More: http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Magazine/January-February-2011/Castle-in-the-Sky/index.php?cparticle=1&siarticle=0#artanc

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

OPaL Homeowner Follows Her Passion with CookFromTheHip.com in New York City


An OPaL home owner has followed her heart to the Big Apple. Christina Goldschmidt, former VP at JP Morgan Asset Management, and one of the most talented chef's we have ever met is taking her talent to the masses with Cook From the Hip, her new venture in New York City. We've had the pleasure of experiencing Christina's ability to turn simple ingredients into an amazing culinary experience several times and know first hand how talented she is.
Christina offers all kinds of services from Cooking Instructions to Personal Chef Services and more. Her website explains her philosophy and passion better than we can do here. Take the time to learn more and maybe order some cupcakes online at www.cookfromthehip.com
Good Luck Christina You Deserve All the Best.