March marks many milestones, including St. Patrick’s Day, the arrival of spring, daylight savings and Spring Break; but what many people don’t know is that March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. All month long supporters will be sporting yellow ribbons in honor of Endometriosis Awareness, an effort that is geared toward spreading information on the chronic disease affecting millions of women worldwide. We weren’t particularly well-versed with endometriosis until a … READ MORE...READ POST.
Not long ago, I met a very nice lady seated at my bar. She had a handful of years on me, but certainly not enough to constitute a generation gap. It was a cold Tuesday afternoon in early February when she happened in. She was traveling alone and wanted to grab a bite to eat on her way out of town. This sounded like a seemingly innocuous endeavor. Then … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY – The resort’s St. Patrick’s Day traditions will carry on in Ocean City on Saturday with the annual parade marching down to a festival featuring live music, Irish foods and cocktails. The 33rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will begin at noon on Saturday, March 15, parading south from 58th Street to the 45th Street Village where the reviewing and judges stand will be located. Trophies will be … READ MORE...READ POST.
Oftentimes, new readers ask us, “what is ShoreBread?” The professional answer is, “an E-Magazine highlighting all that the Eastern Shore has to offer…” But the truth is, underneath it all, ShoreBread is about community. We cover all of the Eastern Shore, from Chincoteague to St. Michaels, and the one theme that consistently shines through is the incredible sense of community that reverberates not only in each town, but across … READ MORE...READ POST.
WEST OCEAN CITY — The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office late Sunday recovered badly decomposed human remains from a ditch in a marshy area in South Point in the same general area where a local woman went missing last Memorial Day. Somewhere around 6-6:30 p.m. on Sunday, a waterman working in the area of South Point discovered the mostly submerged and badly decomposed remains in a mosquito ditch in a … READ MORE...READ POST.
St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner and thanks to the luck of the Irish there are plenty of St. Patty’s Day events to enjoy around the Shore. Grab a pint, don your finest green outfit and start celebrating…now! St. Patrick’s Day at Oxford Community Center March 14 & 15, 7:30 410- 226-5904 Party hardy in Oxford with a concert featuring the Free & Eazy Band. The venue will … READ MORE...READ POST.
If you missed out on Brew River’s 80’s night last Friday, don’t miss out on their other upcoming events! March 13 (this Thursday) is the highly anticipated reopening of Brew’s Dock Bar; step outside with your friends and enjoy the good times while overlooking the Wicomico River. **fingers crossed for warm weather and sunshine** Friday, March 21 will be the official Dock Opening Party. Coupled with Downtown Salisbury’s Third … READ MORE...READ POST.
Posted by Shorebread | Friday, March 07, 2014
Eastern Shore pride runs deep in Maryland and Delaware. At ShoreBread, we are proud of all of the local accomplishments that garner national attention, including local rising stars like Delaware actor and Worcester Prep student Quinn McColgan. At just 12-years-old Quinn’s resume is already noteworthy, with dozens of commercials under her belt, along with five TV shows and five films, including her latest big screen debut, Non-Stop, starring Liam … READ MORE...READ POST.
Posted by Shorebread | Thursday, March 06, 2014
OCEAN CITY — The House of Delegates on Wednesday approved on second reading a slightly watered down Maryland minimum wage increase bill, while rejecting an amendment introduced by a local delegate that would have included provisions specific to Ocean City. On Tuesday, the House Economic Matters approved House Bill 295, or the Maryland Minimum Wage Act of 2014, after approving several amendments. The approved bill would increase the state’s … READ MORE...READ POST.
Posted by Shorebread | Thursday, March 06, 2014
BERLIN — This week’s latest bout with severe winter weather caused cancellations all over the region and left more than a few vehicles sliding off area roads, but statistically speaking it appears most local residents listened to the warnings and stayed off the roads. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic Public Affairs Specialist Christine Delise, the auto club did handle a relatively high number of calls for emergency roadside assistance during … READ MORE...READ POST.
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