Eastern Shore

Travel & Outdoors

Tidewater Tidings

Over the bridge and through the woods, make the eastern shore your home for the holidays

Travel & Outdoors

The Shape of Water

The last vestige of a vanished fleet lives on through the art of Chesapeake boatbuilding.

Travel & Outdoors

Old Faithful

The Oxford-Bellevue Ferry celebrates its 335th birthday

Ravens Watch

Maple Elementary School Marching Band Will Perform at Ravens Game

School alum will direct the drumline in "Jingle Bells" and other classics.

Food & Drink

Old Vine State

At long last, the Maryland wine industry is crushing it.

Travel & Outdoors

Water, Water, Everywhere

We've rounded up 12 destinations—from seashores to spas—where H2O is the way to go.

Arts & Culture

Guiding Light

The long-awaited Harriet Tubman visitor center opens on the Eastern Shore.

Arts & Culture

Q&A with Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers discusses her fast, Pharrell-featuring rise to fame.

In Good Taste

Fisher’s Popcorn Celebrates 80 Years on the Eastern Shore

In honor of National Caramel Popcorn Day, we dive into the history of the famed snack.

Travel & Outdoors

Away We Go

The essential off-Route 50 guide.

Outside World

​“C” for Chesapeake is One of Bay's Best Marks Since '86

Overall health improved in 2015, Maryland scientists report.

Sports

Great Outdoors

We round up eight ways to take advantage of the spring weather, ranked from gentle outing to hardcore excursion.

Travel & Outdoors

Bay Window

These 10 tours immerse visitors in the wonders of the Chesapeake Bay.

Arts & Culture

Her Own Brush

Exhibit at Reginald F. Lewis Museum explores an artist ahead of her time.

Travel & Outdoors

Autumn Glory

It's the most wonderful time of the year for wine gatherings, birding events, and other fall festivals.

Travel & Outdoors

Ten Restaurants Worth The Drive

Put your pedal to the metal for these 10 dining destinations.

Food & Drink

J.M. Clayton Seafood Celebrates 125 Years in Maryland

J.M. Clayton Seafood Company celebrates 125 years of crab picking on the Eastern Shore.

The Chatter

​Harriet Tubman Tops Poll to Become New Face of U.S. Currency

Former Dorchester County slave became an Underground Railroad leader.

Science & Technology

The Sea Also Rises

The Eastern Shore is already facing the dire consequences of global warming. Baltimore, Annapolis, and the rest of the region are on deck. 

Outside World

Wildlife Weekend

Get out of town and over to the Eastern Shore for the Waterfowl Festival.

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