This Day in History: Nov. 22
In 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as his successor.
This Week in History: Nov. 20-26: President John F. Kennedy assassinated
Herbert J. Schoellkopf Jr., creator of Old Pro miniature golf courses, dies
Herbert John "Herb" Schoellkopf Jr., 95, who conceived and created Ocean City's Old Pro miniature golf courses and introduced the all-weather indoor links, died May 5 at Atlantic General Hospital.
Outer Banks FAQ: When to go, what to do and more
Everything you need to know to have a successful trip to the Outer Banks, North Carolina: Best time to visit, worst time to visit, beach rules, what's new, big events and activities for every type of beachgoer.
Traditional and folk bands come to Carroll Arts Center this weekend
Bands Molasses Creek and Paul McKenna Band bring unique forms of folk to Carroll
'American Horror Story Asylum' recap, 'Unholy Night'
Santa is coming, but he's not bringing presents. Jolly old Saint Nick is leaving terror under the Christmas tree.
Pirates run amok at Havre de Grace fest
Havre de Grace Pirate Fest
West Laurel: Bond Mill thespians enjoy successful romp with comedy musical 'Night at the Wax Museum'
Bond Mill Drama Club presented "Night at the Wax Museum" on March 3 ...
Cool Anne Arundel
Though temperatures have "fallen" a bit since late July, Anne Arundel residents are still seeking – and finding – ways of beating the heat
Movie Reviews and Times
Raising a glass to rum
Banking on a fun time
Awash In Pirates
SUN NEWS DIGEST
History of piracy featured in Newport News exhibit Show to continue at Mariners Museum through Jan. 4
Pirates and watermenThe ghost of Blackbeard rises...
Recalling early days when blacks went to sea History: J. Jeffrey Bolster spent 10 years combing shipping records, crew documents and other archives from Providence to Baltimore to New Orleans to put together his account of black mariners.
A ghost town with charm, beauty Portsmouth: Spared from tourism and development, this empty North Carolina town stands to outlive the other scattered towns of the Outer Banks. The last residents departed in 1971.
Piracy worries in pirate pursuit Blackbeard: Treasure hunters think they have found Blackbeard's flagship. But they have stayed mum to try to keep the looters away.
Outer Banks: Offshore barrier islands offer wonderful flights of fancy
COME BACK TO JAMAICA? FOR THE FOOD, ANY DAY
Flouncing into a stylish fall Ruffles and flourishes embellish fall collections Fashion from New York
To Sleep, Perchance to Dream Tales of Oysterback
TREASURE HUNTING AT AN ANTIQUES SHOW WITH A PIRATE THEME
CRUISING MARYLAND'S HISTORIC WATERWAYS