FOOD & DRINK
Indulge in California: The Top 3 Bakeries That You Can't Miss
In this article, we're exploring three top-notch bakeries in California. Have you had the chance to visit any of these delightful spots yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts—feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Kittens in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in saint leonard, MD?
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to saint leonard..
Kitty Kat Kottage rescuer Rathell among Dorchester parade honorees
When this year's 74th Christmas Parade gets underway in downtown Cambridge on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 5 p.m., eager crowds will line the streets to celebrate festive floats, spirited marching ...
Echoes of the Past: The Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum
The Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum, located in the heart of Calvert County, Maryland, is more than just a building; it is a time capsule that captures the vibrant history of the Chesapeake Beach Railway and Amusement Park. Once the 'Monte Carlo of the East,' the railway was the artery that connected Washington, D.C., to the seaside pleasures of Chesapeake Beach from 1900 to 1935. Now, the museum stands proudly in the original 1898 railway station, the last architectural relic of a once expansive 27-mile railway line.
MPT Series Maryland Farm & Harvest Visits Calvert, Cecil, Caroline, And Frederick Counties During Next Episode
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) original series Maryland Farm & Harvest, now in its 11th season, will feature farms and locations in Caroline, Calvert, Cecil, and Frederick counties during an episode premiering on Tuesday, November 28. A preview of the episode can be found on the series’ webpage at mpt.org/programs/farm/.
Pax Dental Creates Viral TikTok Poking Fun At Younger Patients
CALIFORNIA, Md. – On Wednesday, November 9, 2023, the staff members of Pax Dental’s California office awoke to the news that the TikTok video they had posted went viral and is now at 3 million views and counting!. The TikTok is poking fun at young adults who may...
Concept Plan Approved For Proposed Pax River Village Center: ALDI, Starbucks, And More
LEXINGTON PARK, Md. – On November 13, 2023, the St. Mary’s County Planning Commission approved a concept site plan for the proposed Pax River Village Center, which is currently known as Millison Plaza. The proposed project will be approximately 24.76 acres and will include a 19,400-square-foot ALDI, a...
St. Mary’s Little League Announces Black Friday Sale
CALIFORNIA, Md. – St. Mary’s Little League is excited to announce its first-ever Black Friday Sale! On Friday, November 24th, from 10 am to 11 am only, families can save 25% on all registration costs. This incredible opportunity is the perfect way to get your little leaguer signed up for the upcoming season and start preparing for some home run fun!
Spirits of the High Desert: Unveiling Barstow's Haunted Past
Barstow, a city nestled in the heart of Southern California's High Desert, is a land of ghostly legends and paranormal whispers. The historic Harvey House, once a bustling railroad stop, now hosts the echoes of its past, where employees and visitors encounter apparitions such as 'Rachel,' a sorrowful spirit in white, and the haunting presence of a disfigured boiler room worker. The Harvey House's ghost tours offer a chance to hear children's laughter in the desolate halls, suggesting that the spirits of yesteryear still roam its corridors.
The Serene Waters of Abell: Embracing the Waterfront Lifestyle
Nestled on the banks of St. Clement's Bay, the community of Abell, Maryland, offers a refreshing embrace of waterfront living. Residents find sanctuary in the serene environment where the 'Blue Mind' effect enriches mental and physical well-being. Kayaking, fishing, and boating are not just pastimes but threads woven into the fabric of daily life, offering a blend of relaxation and adventure. The area's biodiversity and historical significance, including proximity to St. Clement's Island, further enhance the appeal of this idyllic setting.
Lancaster Park Playground To Open On November 28th
LEXINGTON PARK, Md. – The newly renovated Lancaster Park Playground is now scheduled to open on Tuesday, November 28, 2023. Originally planned to open on or around November 17, St. Mary’s County Recreation & Parks made the announcement of the delay on the day of. “The final pieces...
Black Eyed Susan takes last voyage out of Snow Hill
Vessel sold, set to become seating at Dorchester County marina restaurant. Lingering hopes that the Black Eyed Susan would one day become seaworthy and host elegant dinner cruises and scenic tours from Snow Hill to Pocomoke City were shot down for good last week as the paddle wheel boat slowly sailed away from the shores of the Pocomoke River to its new home in Dorchester County.
UPDATE: Snakehead Caught in Dorchester County Sets World Record
CAMBRIDGE, Md. - A northern snakehead caught over the summer in Dorchester County now holds the world record at 21 pounds. According to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the International Game Fish Association, Damien Cook of Rhodesdale caught the behemoth on July 5th. At 21-pounds, the fish measured more than 36 inches long and was certified on a scale from Kool Ice Seafood in Cambridge.
Tats 4 Tails: Saving Animals While Getting Inked!
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Aarcon Reign Tattoo and Piercing Shop held a walk-in-only fundraiser event to raise money for The Humane Society. Approximately 75 people came in to receive tattoos and piercings, but more importantly, to save animals or to help animal victims. While speaking with Aarcon Reign, they...
December Events Announced At The Calvert Marine Museum
SOLOMONS, Md. – ‘Tis the season for holiday traditions, time with loved ones, and, of course, educational fun too! We hope you will join us for the annual Solomons Christmas Walk. It’s a magical evening and a festive time to visit the museum after hours. Continue winter break fun by participating in some NEW programming at the end the month. For more information, please visit: www.calvertmarinemuseum.com.
Seasonal Camping No Longer An Option At Breezy Point
CHESAPEAKE BEACH, Md. – The Calvert County Parks & Recreation (CCPR) Department will no longer allow seasonal campers at Breezy Point. On Thursday, November 9th, CCPR emailed a letter to seasonal campers, thanking them for their patronage, but letting them know they will transition to a daily camping model and discontinue the seasonal option, starting in 2024.
Last Hollywood Farmers Market of the Year This Saturday: Thanksgiving Specials, Local Crafts, and Food Drive
The Hollywood Farmers Market will hold its last market of the year this Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The event will feature items perfect for Thanksgiving. These include fresh local meats from Waltz Family Farm, and seasonal carrots and greens from Blue Berwyn Farm. McCleaf’s Orchard will be offering apples and apple cider, and Honey Glow will be selling honey.
Delightful Dress Up Days
Every year, the Palmer Ridge community comes together to fundraise for “The Harvest of Love.” Donations are accepted in the form of canned foods or money, and given to the Tri-lakes Cares. The community benefits directly from these donations. This fundraiser is marked by a spirit week- a week of themed dress up days. Students that participate are encouraged to donate.
Charlotte Hall Dunkin’ To Celebrate Grand Re-Opening With Free Coffee For A Year Giveaway
CHARLOTTE HALL, Md. – Dunkin’ today announced it will celebrate the grand opening of its newly remodeled Next Generation restaurant in Charlotte Hall at 30170 Three Notch Road on Friday, November 17th. Starting at 9:00 a.m., the restaurant will reward the first 100 customers with Free Coffee for a Year! *
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The Marriotts Ridge theater program, run by Mrs. Laura Greffen, performed their first musical of the year, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on November 9th, 10th and 11th. Students in the musical put a great deal of effort into rehearsing and performing this musical for all to enjoy and they share the process and their opinion on their final performance.