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Silver Spring native to compete on cake TV show

Plus: County reopens White Oak, Falls Grove Liquor and Wine Stores; Potomac house is homage to classic American home

Silver Spring native to compete on cake TV show

A Silver Spring native with a talent for baking and cake decorating is getting ready once again to show off her skills on the national stage.

Caitlin Taylor, the lead cake artist at Charm City Cakes, will be competing on Monday’s premiere episode of a new Food Network show called “Cakealikes.” [WJZ]

County reopens White Oak, Falls Grove Liquor and Wine Stores

Montgomery County’s Alcohol Beverage Services has reopened its White Oak Liquor and Wine store and its Falls Grove store.

They were temporarily closed after an employee at each store tested positive for COVID-19. [Montgomery County]

Potomac house is homage to classic American home

Buck and Mimi Williams have a fondness for historic homes, which led them to re-create a pre-Revolutionary War manor house in the Bradley Farms neighborhood of Potomac.

“We developed this passion for classical architecture,” said Buck, a self-described history buff and a three-time NBA all-star with the New Jersey (now Brooklyn) Nets. [Washington Post]

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