"And we were probably more well known for our dog, than our store. Kona would attract all sorts of attention while he lounged outside the store. People loved to stop and pet him or to bring him treats. They’d come to see the dog, not Crackerjacks." more »
School will soon be out for the summer, but fun and learning aren't only for the classroom. Whether it's making mud pies, performing for a crowd, or exploring a lighthouse, the summer camps and drop-in programs in our area provide something for all. more »
“I’ve had a tremendous amount of experience in drug crime and violent crime,” begins Gamble. “We all know Talbot County has a relatively low violent crime rate, that’s why we live here, but the rise of heroin use among our young people is alarming.” more »
Well, I’m not sure I’ve learned much over my 42 years. And to be honest, I think I’ve learned as much of the really important stuff over the past six weeks as I have over the previous 41 years. more »
Even their “moonshine,” a legally distilled version of the classic corn whiskey, coats the roof of my mouth in a surprisingly satisfying way, nor does it make my throat burn in a way that makes me check to see if I have 911 on speed dial. more »
It had been an afterthought to shop for a few items on the Holy Cross wish list. As a tourist to a developing country, though, we wanted to carry down something important amidst our bathing suits and flip flops. more »
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