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Wintry Mix 2016: A Secrets Collection of Sweet & Snowy Scenes on the Shore

  Welcome to the Winter Wonderland, Eastern Shore style! As fans of the Secrets Facebook page already know, we are building up a fantabulous inventory of Sweet Scenes for every season on the Delmarva peninsula. Welcome to the Wintry Mix, 2016. This little collection is still under construction, and new formats and images may be coming aboard in the weeks ahead. But in the meantime, all Wintry Mix shots…
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The Valentines Collection: Sweet Shore-Themed Cards From Secrets of the Eastern Shore

  Welcome to the Valentines Collection! This is the place to come for a sweet mix of cards that will fit your Valentine's Day needs, from sweetheart and spouse to grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Five cards are in the 2016 collection. (1) The Baby Ducks Greeting Card is sure to evoke a sweet sigh from everyone. It features an image by Jill Jasuta Photography that ranks…
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Delmarva/Eastern Shore Christmas Gift Ideas 2015

  There is no rhyme or reason or rules about my list here. It's just folks I know and folks I like who are here on the Shore and in Southern Delaware and who do what I consider first-rate work. If you know folks who fall into that category, give them a plug in the comments! • The great photographer Dave Harp is partnering again with writer Tom…
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The Tunes of June

Is this the Shore's most musical month? Two high-flying national music festivals, Firefly for rock and Big Barrel for country. Two classical festivals bringing in acts from around the country. Plus, great blues and roots bookings at various festivals and bars. Here are some highlights: • Bluegrass and beer are the featured attractions at the new Brewgrass Festival in Milford on Sun., June 14. Details. • The…
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Strolling Talbot Street in Search of That Old St. Michaels Magic

  Stroll past the lush resorts and swanky shops along the quaint main drag in St. Michaels, and you might never guess that for most of its life this town was a hard-working, hard-drinking place full of shipbuilders, watermen, crabpickers, and oyster shuckers. Shipyards began to spring up hereabouts in the 1600s, more than a century before the town officially existed.By around 1800 there were…