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  • Eating Along The Way

    Eating Along The Way
    I was not a born road-tripper. For a kid with chronic motion sickness, piling into the car with extended family for an afternoon’s drive held no pleasure, only anxiety and annoyance. The road trips of my childhood smelled of my father’s cigar smoke, my grandmother’s (and mother’s and grandfather’s) cologne, and, inevitably, the stale vomit that had absorbed into the tan vinyl upholstery from the last time I had to squeeze into the back seat of a hot Chrysler to ride out to the country to look at the acreage my father had bought in hopes of building there some day. My reward for not throwing up (or my solace if I did) was a black raspberry ice cream cone from Hillcrest, a scruffy little café on Norrisville Road off of Jarrettsville Pike.
  • The red knots are coming! Migrating shore birds' annual invasion of Delmarva is beginning

    The red knots are coming! Migrating shore birds' annual invasion of Delmarva is beginning
    The time has come for mid-Atlantic fans of the red knot, a migratory shore bird that is proposed for endangered status under the federal Endangered Species Act, to head out to watch the birds feed on horseshoe crab eggs and the like at their favorite...

    How I Am Spending My Summer Vacation

    Arroooo!!! Hey everybody, it's Summer! In honor of that, even though I am Underemployed from a Day Job, I am going on a Vacation I planned—and lucky for me, paid for—a long time ago, when I worked in an office. Arooo!!! I'm on Vacation this...

    First Blush

    First Blush
    Mark Rothko used paint to create a kind of almost living hum that vibrated off of the canvas. While his hum was overwhelmingly dark and ominous, the works on display in “Blush,” at Gallery CA through July 9, have a similar energy but emit a...


    In a disturbing scene toward the end of acclaimed short-film director Andrew T. Betzer’s debut feature,Young Bodies Heal Quickly, a bearded old man tells a buzz cut-sporting boy, “History, good or bad, can’t hurt you.” The irony of...