Posts tagged ‘Eastern Shore’

1-31-12: An Urban Beaver

Groundhog Day is this week, but it’s actually a beaver that has taken up residence in the main park of the city of Salisbury on the Eastern Shore. We talk with the director of the Salisbury Zoo about what this indicates about the wildlife population on the Eastern Shore.

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12-27-11: A Trip (Back) To Wye House

Uncovering discoveries made this summer at Wye House.

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12-26-11: Duck Hunting on the Chesapeake

Duck hunting in Maryland has evolved as the bay has changed. We’ll take a trip to Cambridge to learn more about it.

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12-2-11: The Maryland Morning Screen Test Presents Doug Sadler

Doug Sadler, a writer and director known for his evocative portraits of the Eastern Shore, talks with Tom Hall about his experience as a filmmaker in Easton and New York.

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Tonight: Doug Sadler Takes the Maryland Morning Screen Test

Come join us this evening at the Windup Space as arts and culture ace Tom Hall interviews filmmaker Doug Sadler, known for his beautiful depictions of the Eastern Shore.

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November 30: The Maryland Morning Screen Test Presents Doug Sadler

Come meet a filmmaker known for his quietly captivating portrayals of Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

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9-21-11: Lights! Camera! Chesapeake!

The Chesapeake Film Festival begins this weekend on the Eastern Shore. Tom Hall talks with the festival director about the line-up.

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8-15-11: From Delaware to Korea

Allen’s Family Foods, a 92-year-old poultry business based in Delaware, declared bankruptcy in June, and was purchased by Harim Group, a poultry company based in Korea. We talk with a grower who worked with Allen’s about what that might mean.

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8-2-11: To Be a Thirsty Tomato

How the extreme heat and dryness is affecting the region’s farmers.

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6-3-11: A Token for a Buck

A look at the tokens and tickets that were used as forms of agricultural currency to pay those who picked and canned produce in Maryland.

Continue Reading June 3, 2011 at 9:20 am 1 comment

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