Day Trippin’: St. Michaels, MD
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Day Trippin’: St. Michaels, MD

St. Michaels is the epitome of a postcard-worthy seaside town, and it is only a short distance from the Ocean City beaches, making it the perfect target for…

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A Trek through Chincoteague’s Taxa
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A Trek through Chincoteague’s Taxa

Taxa are the many different groups biologists use to classify living things. Some are large – like Animalia, the animal kingdom – and others are smaller – like…

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Berlin mural fundraiser kicks off
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Berlin mural fundraiser kicks off

The Berlin Arts and Entertainment Committee recently launched a new website as part of a major fundraising effort. The new site, similar to a GoFundMe or KickStarter account,…

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Assateague Coastal Trust Native Plant Festival
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Assateague Coastal Trust Native Plant Festival

Gardeners rejoice! For the 17th year the Assateague Coastal Trust will offer a selection of native flowering perennials, heirloom tomatoes, peppers and herbs at its annual Native Plant…

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Showtime with the Brooklyn Baking Barons
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Showtime with the Brooklyn Baking Barons

There was an odd, reverse tension in the Urban Nectar gallery room as the 30 or so people who assembled for the Brooklyn Baking Baron’s network television debut…

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Pocomoke and the arts: The Spirit of “1776”
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Pocomoke and the arts: The Spirit of “1776”

Twenty-two men are in seated in folding metal chairs in the hall of St. Mary’s Church in Pocomoke City. Each of us reads from a script in our…

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Chincoteague Bay Field Station participates in fundraiser
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Chincoteague Bay Field Station participates in fundraiser

Chincoteague Bay Field Station will participate in the peninsula-wide giving day “Give Local 757” this Tuesday, May 3.  More than 150 non-profits in the 757 area code will…

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Why Berlin is an art destination
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Why Berlin is an art destination

It takes longer to change a culture than it does to promote an idea. Berlin was promoting itself as an art destination well before the culture caught up,…

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The NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center lights up the night sky.
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The NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center lights up the night sky.

The NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center will be hosting the last night of the Winter Astronomy Series this Friday, March 18 from 7 to 10 p.m. The…

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Delmarva is for the birds!
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Delmarva is for the birds!

I’ve lived on the Shore for twenty years – about 80 percent of my life. Over all this time, I’ve gained quite the inside knowledge to our humble…

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