Down the Rabbit Hole

The Eastern Shore Ballet Theatre takes the stage in April for a rousing performance of Alice in Wonderland at Wicomico High School
The Eastern Shore Ballet Theatre is set to present  a delightfully entertaining adaptation of the classic tale Alice in Wonderland on April 28-29 at the Wicomico High School Auditorium in Salisbury.
This family-friendly production promises to transport audiences into the whimsical and magical world of Alice as she falls down the rabbit hole and encounters a host of memorable characters,

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Artistic Nature

From the cozy confines of her sunroom in Bethany Beach, artist Maggie Heffernan is immortalizing the shore’s beauty on canvas
Written by Alison Pappas | Photography by Pamela Aquilani
The focal points of Bethany Beach-based artist Maggie Heffernan’s portfolio are nature-based subjects and settings that she knows very well. As a nearly lifelong Coastal Delaware local— apart from post-grad periods she spent in New York City and Nashville — Maggie has long maintained an admiration for Delmarva’s pristine natural beauty.

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Top Shelf Talent

Tristan Oldershaw delivers a premium experience at one coastal in Fenwick – and shares a few of his creative cocktails
Photography by Pamela Aquilani

The Zissou
2 oz Rocktown basil vodka
1 oz lemon juice, hand-squeezed
1¾ oz house-made strawberry shrub
Shaken and strained over rocks. Split strawberry, micro fennel and nasturtium flower for garnish.

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Historic Notes

Mid-Atlantic Symphony Conductor Michael Repper rewrote the record book when he captured his first Grammy Award in February
RECORD BREAKER At just 32 years old, Michael Repper became the youngest American conductor to win a Grammy Award, claiming Best Orchestral Performance.
The 65th Grammy Awards, held Feb. 5 in Los Angeles, had a special connection to the Eastern Shore and the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra,

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