Going Underground on the Eastern Shore - the new Harriet Tubman park

One of the dynamics that happens in marginalized places, (and I’ll count the Eastern Shore, where I live, as one of those), is that the people who live in them can internalize that marginalization and begin to believe that nothing significant ever happens there.   489 more words

Barry Donadio's "Public Security LLC"​ Conducts Another Hiring Surge For 2017

Barry Donadio said “We are hiring again!”

He is the President of the private security and investigation firm “Public Security LLC”. The company is licensed in Maryland, Washington D.C. 233 more words

Barry Donadio

Sharing The Prologue Because Book Promotion Ain't Easy


Getting people interested in your book ain’t easy. I know. I’ve begun the everyday challenge of marketing a novel I’ve written. Don’t feel too badly for me, though. 480 more words

On Life

Countryside Scenes

Paula Borkovic issues challenges on Lost In Translation, this week’s challenge is Black & White Sunday: Countryside
I live in the centre of the city and every trip to the countryside is a treat for me.

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Rural is Plural

This article originally appeared in the great Topology magazine.

We were in danger of becoming a caricature.  When a parent stood up at a local school board meeting and expressed her dismay at a word being used in two books in the school library, blogposts and news stories from New York to Singapore decried the benighted censorship emanating from our Virginia backwater county.  749 more words

Community Events | March

Fish & Vegetable Lasagna | Starting Friday, March 3

Lenten Fish or Vegetable Lasagna Dinners. Fridays during Lent, Mar. 3 – April 7. Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Hall, Seaford 4:30-7:00pm. 476 more words