Root of the Problem

Longtime hairstylist and Salon Sixteen owner Rhonda Pilarski offers tips for style and sanity

Rhonda Pilarski
Trust me: I know the frustration you’re feeling, ladies! We’ve been couped up inside for too long — and worse than that, our hair color is taking on a life of its own. I know you’ve been tempted to give it the old college try,

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Faces of the Frontline

As COVID-19 penetrates the Eastern Shore, we take you inside Atlantic General Hospital as it prepares to combat the pandemic’s surge
Written by Jonathan Westman
Photography by Grant L. Gursky
Long before “coronavirus” and “COVID-19” staked their claims as the world’s most trending and reviled terms, Atlantic General Hospital was strategically preparing for the potential of a pandemic to reach its doors.

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An Avenue to Self-Empathy

A Mindfulness Examination:
In the uncertain times of our new world, a little RAIN could bring peace and perspective
Column by Kelli Anders, MS, C-IAYT, RYT 500
I found myself, as I often do, reflecting on a recent epiphany, dissecting it compassionately with the intention of finding its meaning. As I was journaling about it, the puzzle pieces began to fit into place,

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Here Comes The Sun

Drs. Curtis Asbury and Sara Moghaddam provide answers to protect you against the dangers of melanoma
Melanoma is the most common deadly cancer here on the Eastern Shore. May is Melanoma Awareness Month, so we asked local board-certified dermatologists Dr. Curtis Asbury and Dr. Sara Moghaddam from Delmarva Skin Specialists in Selbyville about the disease and what you need to know about it.

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