Author Curtis Badger explores the culinary riches of the Peninsula in his new book
Review by Nick Brandi
Of all the things one can say about the Delmarva Peninsula, there is nothing that rings more true than that it has always fed its people — and fed them well. So well, in fact, that both a community and a culture were built around it,
Local author Joanne Guilfoil pens twin-engine texts that pay tribute to the region’s rich history of flight
Reviews by Nick Brandi
Afterglow: Ted Freeman’s Legacy80 pages
RWR Publishing (2020), $15.95
All of us are constantly driving on roads, passing buildings and crossing bridges that were named for one person or another, never paying much mind to who that person may have been.
Matthew Wendel’s new book is an engaging and entertaining glimpse into the his time cooking for the Bush family in Texas and Washington, DC
Photography courtesy The White House Historical Association
Matthew Wendel describes himself as a man whose story is rooted in humble beginnings, hard work, perseverance and a desire to fulfill his call to duty.
Author Jim Duffy shares why even after
two books on the subject, he’s still fascinated by explorations of the Shore
Written by Joe WilleyPhotography by Jill Jasuta
Jim Duffy knows Delmarva. Creator of the Secrets of the Eastern Shore website and author of the popular Eastern Shore Road Trips books, he writes and speaks with an exuberance and knowledge that puts all but the most hardened local historians to shame.