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When I visit London, I usually stay in Bloomsbury, slightly north of Piccadilly Circus and the River Thames. It's a pleasure to wander among the neighborhood's stately 19th century row houses and quiet squares, full of landmarks recalling the many...
Special To The SunAtrip to the beach can be an educational one if you choose Lewes, Del., as your destination. It can be a quiet one, too, especially in the fall as the peak tourist season winds down. Located near Cape Henlopen (where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic...
Special To The SunOver the summer, Cape May, N.J., endured unusually wet weather, a sewage spill in August that resulted in the temporary closing of several beaches, and the lingering effects of a sluggish economy. But it was still crowded. Even in sunny, booming times,...
Tags: Commuting, Metal and Mineral, Columbus Day, Seafood, Delaware
Sun StaffJust off a stretch of Route 1 in Delaware, where summer beach traffic often grinds to a halt, a billboard featuring a wholesome young guy greets visitors: "Welcome to Lewes," it says. The sign raises a question that recurred often during my weekend visit...
Tags: Metal and Mineral, Sociology, New York, Retirement, Delaware
Special To The SunThere's good news and bad news for oyster fans this year. The bad news: The harvest, sadly, is shaping up as the worst in state history. The good news? Marylanders can still find their beloved Chesapeake Bay aursters on the menu and at the market - if...
Tags: Oysters, Maryland, Baking Powder, Tilghman Island, Seafood
Special to The SunIf Donna Rice has her way, the list of cities for a major traveling art exhibition might read: Boston, New York, Philadelphia -- and Columbia. Yes, that's right, Columbia, Md., Rice's home for the past 30 years. Rice lives in Town Center, the downtown...
Tags: Maryland, New York, Sykesville, Dining and Drinking, Homes
Sun staffThe towers hide in plain sight; there is nothing stiller or more silent on the Lewes, Del., beach. They have been part of this place for so long that people who return year after year to the Delaware resorts hardly notice them anymore. The war against the...
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