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There are some terrific things to do around town, we'll share some of them here and remember you can add events to our calendar.

Remembering Kent Island

Nov 10, 2010 ● By Anonymous

By Brent Lewis Perhaps it was the opening of the Bay Bridge in 1952, the addition of a second bridge span in 1973, or a new sewer system in the 1980s that introduced a wave of building construction—but whatever the impetus, Kent Island is undergoing many changes as the second decade of the 2lst century approaches.  

A History of Waterman, Sails, & Midshipman

Nov 10, 2010 ● By Anonymous

“MARITIME ANNAPOLIS: Maritime Annapolis: A History of Waterman, Sails, & Midshipman” written by journalist and Annapolis resident Rosemary F. Williams sets out to provide an overview of the city’s love affair with the Bay and the Severn River.

Five New Books Recently Released By Local Authors

Nov 10, 2010 ● By Anonymous

Five brand-new books have recently been published by local authors. Diverse in terms of genres and storyline, four of the five are works of fiction. All of the books, like their authors, have a connection with the Chesapeake Bay Region.

Abraham’s Bay & Other Stories

Nov 10, 2010 ● By Anonymous

By Jack Greer Published by Dryad Press, Washington D.C. 2009 Hardback 236 pages What happens when you sail out to sea on a journey and you encounter something unexpected? In this collection of delightful and suspenseful short stories, local author Jack Greer spins some enthralling tales.

Annapolis Authors Emphasize the Simple Pleasures

Nov 10, 2010 ● By Anonymous

Two local authors, one writing for children and one for people of all ages, both emphasize life’s simple pleasures. In this unstable economy, one theme prevails; get back to basics. Adventures with Lucas and Thomas: The Crazy Creek Adventure is a 26-page children’s book written entirely in rhyme. The story tells about the day-long adventures of two little boys, and their fun exploring a nearby creek.

The Nanticoke; Portrait of a Chesapeake River

Nov 10, 2010 ● By Anonymous

The Nanticoke; Portrait of a Chesapeake River by David W. Harp and Tom Horton combines masterful text written by one of the regions foremost environmental writers – Tom Horton and handsome photographs by highly admired photo journalist— David W. Harp. In 144 pages, life and nature along the Nanticoke River, spanning from Maryland’s Eastern Shore into Delaware is documented. There are tales of fishing, bird watching combined with a history of the river and the land that runs along it.

Sip & Strut 2010

Nov 05, 2010 ● By Anonymous


Strut & Sip 2010 | Video Highlights

Nov 03, 2010 ● By Anonymous


Caleb Stine's I Wasn't Built For a Life Like This

Oct 26, 2010 ● By Anonymous

Emerging from the widely-divergent Baltimore music scene is singer/ songwriter Caleb Stine who is the soul of that scene, and the best representation of a city he calls, “vibrant, troubled, and passionate.”

Best of the Chesapeake Art Show

Aug 24, 2010 ● By Anonymous

McBride Gallery, 215 Main Street presents “The Best of the Chesapeake” the third annual premier exhibit of paintings and sculpture by noted marine and landscape artists focused on paintings of the Chesapeake Bay area. The show opens with a reception to meet the artists on Sunday, September 12th and continues to October 3rd.



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