With the arrival of October, the hot days of summer are behind us and the cool days of fall lay ahead. It’s time to give the AC a break, close the storm windows and move the coats to the front of the closet. Soon, if they haven’t already, the vibrant greens of July, August and September will fade from the trees and be replaced by a more autumnal palette of reds, oranges, golds and browns. By Halloween, the branches will be bare, and leaves will blanket all but the most meticulously maintained yards.

Fall is a nice time of year in and around Towson because, while there’s a nip in the air, the weather is (usually) still conducive to getting out of the house and engaging in a variety of activities in the community, from music festivals to football games, beer gardens to pumpkin patches, costume parties to chilli cook offs—there’s no shortage of fun to be had.

From all of us here at Towson Lifestyle, we hope you enjoy this wondrous season. And rest assured, we will continue to bring you articles of local interest that will keep you inspired, up to date and in the know.

Glen Cox



In the August issue of “Towson Lifestyle”, an article titled “Towson’s Bosley Mansion Sold to Local Developers” referenced a restoration of the historic Washington Monument carried out by the Delbert Adams Construction Group in Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood. This reference refers to monument restoration efforts carried out in the 1980’s under the supervision of Delbert Adams, not the more recent restoration completed in 2015. The most recent restoration of the monument was carried out by Maryland’s Lewis Contractors.

The Towson Area Realty Report in the October edition of Towson Lifestyle incorrectly referenced a property at 1401 Malvern Avenue, RUXTON. The correct address is 1410 Malvern Avenue.