A Rainbow Of Healing Potential

Color therapist Eleyne-Mari Sharp provides a primer on how to use multicolored sea glass as an instrument of wellness for the body, mind and soul
For all its timeless beauty and rich history, the miracle of sea glass can play an even more significant role in our lives. It can serve as a wondrous catalyst for a body-mind-soul connection that is highly conducive to inner peace.

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Tasty Traditions

Chocolatiers Enjoy a Storied and Sweet History on the Eastern Shore
This Valentine’s Day, treat your special someone to handmade chocolates, made locally and with the finest ingredients. “When you love someone, you feed them, and the best way to do that is through chocolate,” says Brandy Widdowson, owner of Sweet Serenity Chocolates in Seaford.
Candy KitchenOcean City
Positioned near the very top of this vacation checklist is a fun-filled visit to Candy Kitchen — the fourth-generation,

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How To Achieve Your Best Smile

A Q&A with Dr. James Crouse of The Brace Place
Q: How do I know if my child needs braces? What signs should I look for?A: The simplest way to see if your child needs braces is to take them to the orthodontist for an examination. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children be seen for an initial evaluation at the age of 7.

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The Power of Solar Energy

Green Street Solar installed more than 100 systems on the Eastern Shore in 2019 — and harnessed real savings for their clients
Story by Victor Fernandes
John and Susan Bramer set their thermostat to 67 degrees and remain diligent about turning lights off when leaving rooms in their 4,000-square-foot Rehoboth Beach home. But they have used valuable outside help to reduce their monthly electric bill from $300 to nothing in just six months.

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