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Road Trip Fuel, Chef Style!

Bar at Ceiba Gallaghers Travel Tips My friend Simone represents some of the greatest chefs and restaurants I’ve had the pleasure of dining at over

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Three Great Days in Baltimore.

Traveling with Mary Gallagher and Will Davis, photographer. We try to visit Baltimore once a year for at least a few days and as the

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Civil War 150th Maryland Campaign anniversary commemorations to be previewed at First Call Weekend

Posted by Mary Gallagher- This is a fabulous area to visit anytime but all the special events connected to the Civil War anniversary make it

June Maryland

A Rainy Day in Annapolis

By Will A. Davis
 The nineteenth century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote this famous line in his poem “The Rainy Day“….“Into each life a little

Harriet Tubman: The Most Famous “Conductor” on the Underground Railroad

By Jim Weaver Much has been written about Harriet Tubman, the black slave who escaped to
freedom from her Cambridge, Maryland, plantation only to return again

The Great Blacks in Wax Museum, Baltimore, Maryland

By Mary Gallagher The history of Baltimore and African Americans reaches back to the beginning of United States’ history. Before the Civil War, Baltimore (pop.

September Maryland

Maryland, My Maryland

By Carol Sorgen Every Maryland schoolchild knows that the “Old Line State” has another nickname as well—“America in Miniature.” It’s not hard to see why.

August Maryland

National Aquarium Goes Down Under

By Carol Sorgen Boomer’s a little skittish these days but that’s to be expected. The two-year-old wallaby is getting used to his new digs at

August Maryland
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