It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas

November 26, 2014

Whether it’s a rousing concert of holiday favorites, an inspiring rendition of Handel’s Messiah, or a Christmas carol sing-along, there are plenty of opportunities to hear the sounds of the season this month in the […]


Maryland festival toasts the Irish

October 28, 2014

You’ll have a chance to get your Irish on at the Maryland Irish Festival, where music, dance, food, and cultural events will keep things lively, Nov. 7-9. The 41st annual celebration, sponsored by Irish Charities […]


Museum of Art thrives at 100

October 28, 2014

From a single painting in 1914, a mighty museum grew. The painting, Mischief, by William Sergeant Kendall, was the start of a collection of 90,000 objects at the Baltimore Museum of Art and a proud […]


Bodyboard Champ Brian Stoehr

October 18, 2014

Bodyboard Champ Brian Stoehr on Worcester County, Md. Find your passion in Worcester County like 2x National Pro Tour Bodyboard Champion Brian Stoehr.

Civil War

Antietam Marked the War’s Bloodiest Day

September 6, 2009

Get off Interstate 70 outside of Frederick, Maryland, and take Alternate Route 40 toward Boonsboro and you will eventually pass through Turner’s Gap in South Mountain. It’s one of the three mountain passes where, on […]