Harriet Tubman

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Movie Review: Harriet

The peerless Underground Railroad conductor gets the biopic she deserves.

MaxSpace

First Trailer for New Harriet Tubman Biopic Debuts

Cynthia Erivo shines as Harriet Tubman in the inaugural look at the fall release.

Outside World

Field Notes: Apples for All, Grasses Make a Comeback, and the Bay Journal stays afloat

A roundup of eco-news from throughout the region.

Arts & Culture

Guiding Light

The long-awaited Harriet Tubman visitor center opens 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.

Arts & Culture

Harriet Tubman Continues to Inspire Artists

100 years after her death, Harriet Tubman continues to inspire artists.

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