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The Maryland State Archives holds the keys to historical records that could unlock your family genealogy Read more

News

In Annapolis, theater made the city a center for the fine arts and culture. Read more

Culture

Pre-Prohibition, Maryland was the fifth largest alcohol producer in the country, ranking third in the nation, behind Kentucky and Pennsylvania, in the production of whiskey. Read more

Dining

Annapolis has been able to preserve its historic charm and family-friendly atmosphere with the help of the service and protection of the Annapolis Police Department, now in its 150th year. Read more

News

Surrounded by an eight-foot steel fence and a padlocked gate, a magnificent 45-acre waterfront estate in Queen Anne’s County, was quickly shuttered on December 30th, 2016. Read more

Culture

We offer excerpts from Highland Beach on the Chesapeake Bay. The book offers a history of Maryland’s First African American Incorporated Town, located five miles southeast of Annapolis. Read more

News

The goal of the project is to preserve the history of eerie local stories by releasing them on a video format for the first time. Episodes will be available for free online after completion. Read more

News

Dorchester County Maryland’s haunts only come out at night. From its county seat, across its swamps and rivers, this is said to be the most haunted of the Eastern Shore’s nine counties. Read more

News

The Lee House, the grand old “W” house that sits back from Tilghman Island Road a half-mile south of the Knapps Narrows Bridge, has a long history on the island Read more

Home and Garden

We present excerpts from The Lure of Sea Glass, a mix of alluring prose and historical information that will, hopefully, lend context to your next beach discovery. Read more

Culture

The roots of American horse racing can be traced to several Colonial-era estates in Anne Arundel County Read more

Culture

The Story of an early 1900’s Maryland artist who explored cultural and historical diversity through her paintings. Read more

Art

Aspen Institute Wye River Campus—the legacy of famous entrepreneur, philanthropist, and intellectual Arthur Amory Houghton, who donated 1,000 acres of his property to 
the Institute in 1978. Read more

News

In 1650 the town of Arundelton was founded. In 1694 it became the capital of the province of Maryland, at which point it changed its name to Annapolis, in honor of Queen Anne. Read more

News

Get ready, Annapolis. Your history is about to be told like never before. Read more

Culture

This time next year Historic Annapolis plans to unveil a large scale exhibit that tells “A History of Annapolis in 99 Objects.” Read more

Culture

Nestled on the Maryland’s Eastern Shore, The Tidewater Inn (and Avon Hotel before it) had always attracted more than its share of gentlemen hunters and genteel estate owners. Read more

News

Archaeologists Estimate Ship One of Maryland’s Oldest Ever Recovered Read more

News

In an effort to make this Trail a reality, the cyclists are visiting the towns and cities through which the Trail would pass by riding a different segment of the Trail each day for a week. Read more

News

Two-hundred years later, on a beautiful August weekend, 5,000 people came to Caulk’s Field to witness the re-enactment of this small battle. Read more

Culture