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Book Review: 'Delaware Beer: The Story of Brewing in the First State'

In 2014, local author and journalist Tony Russo explored the history of brewing on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in Eastern Shore Beer: The Heady History of Chesapeake Brewing… 538 more words

Delaware

Man dies after being thrown from vehicle in Eastern Shore crash

ACCOMACK CO., Va. – Virginia State Police investigated a single vehicle crash that killed one man.

The crash happened on May 25 at 5:46 p.m. on Belinda Road. 62 more words

News

THE BAY TIMES – AGNEW AND THE 1ST DISTRICT, PLUS A $500 CALCULATOR

May 1971.

Maryland’s First Congressional district was in the midst of a special election to replace Congressman Rogers C.B. Morton, who’d been appointed Secretary of the Interior by President Nixon. 761 more words

History

Spanish Fort's Beef 'O' Brady's celebrates their new look with a Re-Grand Opening on May 28th

Not only is Beef ‘O’ Brady’s a Family Sports Bar, it is owned and operated by a local family, The Kesslers. Linda and Larry Kessler often frequented a Florida Beef ‘O’ Brady’s while raising their two sons. 383 more words

Featured Foodies

First Impressions: Chincoteague, Virginia

If you are female and grew up in the United States in the ‘70s/80’s, there’s a good chance you read Misty of Chincoteague. (It’s possible boys read this beloved novel as well, but I have yet to meet a gentleman who will admit to it.) This children’s novel* is set in the small community of Chincoteague, Virginia, and depicts the trials and tribulations of a family raising a filly (young horse) born to a wild horse. 787 more words

Travel

Bay Bridge Opening

The Bay Bridge is one of the most easily recognized landmarks in all of Maryland. 358 more words

Maryland History