Fighting Irish: Brad Mogan

Denny Mogan’s younger brother Brad shares stories from their youth, his emotions learning of Denny’s ALS diagnosis and
why he’d trade places with him if he could
Interview by Jonathan WestmanPhotography by Grant L. Gursky
JW: What was it like growing up with Denny? Who’s older, and have you always been close? Do you have other siblings?BM: Denny is my older brother.

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Fighting Irish: Chef David Wells

In charge of Mogan’s Oyster House’s award-winning culinary creations,
David Wells discusses life at the restaurant during a pandemic without its leader, Denny Mogan
Interview by Jonathan WestmanPhotography by Grant L. Gursky
What’s your background in the restaurant industry?My parents had a restaurant while I was growing up, so I began washing dishes at age 12 and eventually did some line-cook work in high school.

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Furthering Matt’s Mission

SoDel Cares continues the humanitarian and philanthropic efforts of SoDel Concepts founder Matt Haley close to home
HISTORY: SoDel Cares is the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, which owns 12 coastal restaurants, a consulting company and a hospitality management company — all located in Southern Delaware. The foundation was created in honor of SoDel Concepts founder Matt Haley following his untimely passing in 2014.

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Sea-ing Success

St. Michaels entrepreneur Kim Hannon’s love of sea glass led her to create the Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival — now the largest event of its kind in the world
Written by Katie Riley
Portrait by Grant L. Gursky
Growing up near the beach in New Jersey, Kim Hannon never thought much of the shells she would regularly collect from the shores of the Atlantic.

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