The History and Mystery of Passover

March 24, 2013 in Publisher's Corner

This Monday at sundown begins one of the Jewish religion’s most important holidays: Passover — Pesach or פֶּסַח in Hebrew. Critical to the Christian faith as well, it marks the beginning […]

The History of Saint Patrick’s Day

March 20, 2013 in Publisher's Corner

Saint Patrick was born in the fourth century to a wealthy Roman-Briton family.  His family had a tradition of service to Mother Church. His father was a deacon and his […]

The First Man to Die by Electric Chair

September 24, 2012 in Trivia

Q: Who was the first man to be executed by electric chair? A: The first man to die by electric chair was convicted murderer William Kemmler at the Auburn Prison […]

Chesapeake Ebb and Flow

June 7, 2012 in Featured Authors, Featured News

In 1938, my grandparents bought some land on the western shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Breathtaking and beautiful, the property captivated my grandmother who fell in love with the woods […]

What Is May Day?

May 1, 2012 in Politics, Top News

May 1st, May Day or International Worker’s Day is an international labor holiday whose origins are traced to the eight-hour workday movement. Curiously, many Americans are unaware of the holiday […]

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