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  • Harriet Tubman, Badass

    I am filing this week’s column from a hotel room off Delaware’s Route 13 in Dover, as I finish up a weeklong field trip along the Harriet Tubman Byway, a self-guided 125-mile 30-stop driving tour of the American hero's life, with free audio (harriettubmanbyway.org). I started in Cambridge, Maryland and visited every single site along the Eastern Shore and listened to all gazillion hours of audio, and here I am. I’ve got the sour stomach of too many road meals—the Olive Garden really is the gift that keeps on giving—and the fatigue that sets in from binging on cable TV. I don’t have such riches at home, so my defenses were down when a Honey Boo Boo marathon was on as I ducked in for a break from history touring this afternoon. Turns out pilgrimages are exhausting. 
  • KIDS

    KIDS
    Stuff to See Adventure Park USA. 11113 W. Baldwin Road, New Market, (301) 865-6800, adventureparkusa.com. Have a top-notch amusement park experience with rides, mini-golf, laser tag, and a ropes course. Bring the family, or send the kids off to the...

    FOOD FESTIVALS

    FOOD FESTIVALS
    Annapolis Arts, Crafts & Wine Festival. June 7, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; June 8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, 550 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, (410) 263-4012,annapolisartscraftsandwinefestival.com. The Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival....

    News Hole

    While we were thinking slots had a pretty good chance to get through the General Assembly this session, the Angelos family's decision to not buy P.G. County's Rosecroft Raceway can't be good for slots supporters. The Post's story focuses more on the...

    Oct. 20, 1999

    Andrew Reiner's cover feature, "Wooden Ships," is a first-person account of learning about wooden boat-building by helping to construct a replica of the schooner Sultana at a boatyard in Cambridge, on Maryland's Eastern Shore. In Charmed Life Tom Chalkley...