Buying a Bay license plate or checking line 35 of your state tax form helps the Chesapeake
What’s removed more than 1,000 tons of trash from the Bay, engaged 800,000 students and teachers and planted 500,000 trees and plants along the shoreline?
Your Bay license plates and income tax check-offs.
It takes heart to run the MRE 0.05K, but the cause is good
It needn’t have been this way.
But when the overlords of Annapolis rendered the Eastport Bridge useless in 1998, the good people of Eastport were in a quandary. That was the occasion for the cannon shot heard ’round the upper reaches of Spa Creek. Revolution was at hand.
As their forebears did 100 years earlier, these parsons come by boat
Methodist ministers used to be called circuit riders, for their calling — and their horse — took them to preach to a circuit of congregations.
On Solomons Island a century ago, the preacher came by boat, traveling to neighboring watermen’s communities.
History wouldn’t let Charlie Heller forget; Meet the author May 19
Charlie Heller flipped on the television to unwind after a long day.
The Tonight Show Host Jay Leno was luring University of Michigan students into showing their ignorance. When was World War II? Who was President during the war? When Leno asked, “Who were the Allies?” one student answered that the U.S. and the Germans teamed up against the Russians.
Over the years, it’s where, when and how mothers work that have changed
Mothers have always worked. Over the eons of human history, before this century, 99 percent of mothers had no choice over the terms of their work: They did as survival dictated for their time and place. It’s where, when and how mothers work that have changed.
Avenue Q’s puppet actors are ready to steal the show
The human actors who’ll bring Avenue Q to the stage of Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre from July 5 to 29 are already hard at work. They’ll invest over 100 hours in the production before the high intensity of tech week begins June 28, according to Theatre president Carolyn Kirby. But, she says, you’ll hardly have eyes for them.
Neighbors help rewrite Maryland’s Amphibian and Reptile Atlas
“Why am I always stuck in the mud?” asked five-year-old Xavier Dailey. Xavier was one of the youngest in the group of rummaging herptile hunters on the annual pilgrimage, this year to Kings Landing Park in Calvert County in search of amphibians and reptiles.