The Chesapeake artistry of photographer Dave Harp
If you loved Hamilton, this new musical at Arena Stage in Washington, DC should not be missed.
Volodymyr Riabtsev should be our inspiration in thinking about overcoming Russia's brutal and unprovoked attack of Ukraine.
A Celebration of Life on Smith and Tangier Islands that carries special meaning during this time of COVID.
Talbot County's fierce debate over its monuments and history
Daniel Weiss’ moving story of Major Michael O’Donnell and the evocative poetry he wrote before his death during a heroic rescue mission in Vietnam.
Sandy Cannon Brown, Dave Harp, and Tom Horton at their finest in portraying the remarkable Marshalls of Smith Island, MD.
Nathaniel Philbrick’s book about Yorktown and the close of the Revolutionary War reminds us that its pivitol battle was between foreign powers on the Chesapeake.
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum hosts the remarkable Draken Harald Harfargre voyaging from Norway.
Earl Swift’s book discusses the choices facing not just Tangier, but every community in the Chesapeake basin.
How global warming is accelerating the profound natural forces already reshaping the lower Eastern Shore.
Look a there. He made more than a capful.
Harp and Horton remind us of not only the river's understated beauty, but also its economic and historic significance.
The definitive guide to the commerce of the Bay done in exuberant color.
Nine years of tweaks to the original dealer demo.