“It’s a fascinating culture that is changing so fast. Cuba was such a special, special place.” more »
Growing up on the water, in a small town, there were two skills—being able to ride your bike and being able to swim—that guaranteed childhood independence and your ability to participate in just about anything worth doing. more »
She has outlived a brother, her husband, a nephew, and almost all of her friends. She never stops wishing for things that are beyond her reach. Her body is still strong, even if her mind doesn't always keep up. Yet she perseveres. more »
Despite all of the distinctions and honors, many retired transplants and younger families moving to the Shore from across the bridge must choose whether to seek healthcare at the hospital nestled in downtown Easton or venture to a larger facility. more »
“We get as much as we can locally—as close to the restaurant as possible,” Fanning explains. “Our vegetables come from Emily’s Produce and the meats may not necessarily come from the Eastern Shore, but they come from a butcher in Maryland.” more »
Dedicated to the environment of the Eastern Shore and the Chesapeake Bay, PWEC houses various critters from horseshoe crabs, terrapins, and an array of fish and other creatures. more »
“We look for small groups that don’t have a high profile and may have a more difficult time raising money for their programs,” explains Del Pino. more »
Years ago, Rice’s Store was the last stop of the school year for local students; bus drivers would pull in and buy candy for everyone on board as a final celebration. more »
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