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Restaurant Review: Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen

Food and wine share star status at Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen and Wine Bar, the popular establishment adjacent to the Westin Hotel on Westgate Circle.

Catching the Beautiful Swimmer: Chicken-necking 101 and other techniques for the recreational crabber

Recreational crabbing is far removed from the pressures of its commercial counterpart and enjoyed by many during the warmer climes of mid–summer into brisk, late-October.

2017 Summer Dining Guide: Dining Out Under the Chesapeake Sun

In our bend of Maryland, we’re spoiled for choices when it comes to captivating water views and fresh, filling food.

2017 Best Of Annapolis Retail & Professional Services

The results are in! Thank you to our loyal readers who took the time to voice their votes for the tops in town when it comes to shopping, entertainment, and services.

2017 Best Of Eastern Shore Retail & Professional Services

The results are in! Thank you to our loyal readers who took the time to voice their votes for the tops in town when it comes to shopping, entertainment, and services.

2017 Best Of West County Retail & Professional Services

The results are in! Thank you to our loyal readers who took the time to voice their votes for the tops in town when it comes to shopping, entertainment, and services.

Fresh Look: New Ways to Enjoy Summer’s Watermelon

Here, we invite you (and your palate!) to discover a few new ways to enjoy summer’s juiciest bounty.

The Taste: Captain's Ketch Seafood Market

The crew at Captain’s Ketch in Easton, Maryland, is a champion in their cause to retain the old Eastern Shore.

The Taste: O’Leary’s Seafood Restaurant

What's Up? got together with Wil Peterson to talk about new and novel happenings at O’Leary’s Seafood Restaurant.

Restaurant Review: The Point Crab House & Grill

Bobby Jones and his staff at The Point Crabhouse are gearing up for their busiest season as Maryland crabs come back to the Chesapeake Bay in record numbers.