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Delfest 10 closes with emotional doubleheader

Sunday night’s grand finale on the Grandstand Stage featured two Delfest alumni legends back for the family reunion, Leftover Salmon, making their fifth Delfest appearance, and Warren Haynes, who appeared solo in 2011, this time with his band, Gov’t Mule. […]

Delfest 10 closes with emotional doubleheader

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Sunday night’s grand finale on the Grandstand Stage featured two Delfest alumni legends back for the family reunion, Leftover Salmon, making their fifth Delfest appearance, and Warren Haynes, who appeared solo in 2011, this time with his band, Gov’t Mule. […]

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Delfest 10: A Family Reunion

CUMBERLAND, Md. - It's been 10 years since Del McCoury brought the first edition of Delfest to Western Maryland, and while other festivals have come and gone, some crashing

Dispatches from DelFest: I, II, III, IV (Updated)

Welcome to Dispatches from DelFest, a running blog of short features and pictures produced by Chris and Costa Swanson, who are spending four days partying in Western Maryland. Please check back

Washington Jewish Music Festival to play June 3–15

The Washington Jewish Music Festival returns June 3–15 for the 17th year and will feature international artists, family-friendly events and educational programs throughout Washington. A project of the Edlavitch Jewish

Harpers Ferry: A great day trip

Harpers Ferry National Historic Park is 70 miles from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor but might as well be on another continent. Baltimoreans en route from I-70 will pass through three counties before

Prince George’s County bans fracking

The Prince George’s County Council unanimously approved a proposal to ban hydraulic fracturing Tuesday, making the county Maryland’s first to ban it since the General Assembly passed a two-year

Avengers to battle evil at Royal Farms Arena

As William Irizzary sees it, his break dancing and martial arts skills positioned him perfectly for his job as someone else. "People think I'm Tony Stark," he said. "They think

Barry Rascovar on Mandel part 2: Marvin the Manipulator

This is the finale of a two-part series. To read the first part, click here. Former Maryland Gov. Marvin Mandel died last week at 95 after a life of enormous

Marvin Mandel: ‘a teacher all the way till the end’

Former Democratic Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel’s Thursday funeral service at Sol Levinson & Bros Inc. in northwest Baltimore County was attended by many of the state’s most prominent elected

Kathy Buckley: Comedienne speaks on overcoming hurdles of hearing loss in Silent No More

It is almost impossible not be moved, when ones spends a few minutes with Kathy Buckley and learns of the pain she endured for more than thirty years as

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