Talbot County Blog


Easton Native’s Music Career Taking Off

October 21, 2016 by Cassandra

Easton native Maggie Rogers has risen to fame after capturing the attention of singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams during a critique session at Pharrell’s Masterclass at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute. Now she has a new video for her hit song “Alaska.”

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Talbot County Recognized by Washingtonian: Your Complete Guide to Exploring the Chesapeake Bay

July 28, 2016 by Cassandra

“It’s forgiven if you sometimes forget it’s there,” Washingtonian authors Joe Sugarman, Ann Limpert and Anna Spiegel pen in their latest feature article “Your Complete Guide to Exploring the Chesapeake Bay.” The authors point out how the bay is often overlooked because of its location between cities, calling it a place “…to be crossed over, […]


Small Town USA: A Guide to the Towns of Talbot County

June 10, 2016 by Cassandra

Easton, Oxford, St. Michaels, Tilghman Island and Trappe are our main destinations, each with unique features that make Talbot County a hub for the arts, history, maritime heritage, eating and shopping. Just about 90 minutes from both Baltimore and Washington, Talbot County towns make for the perfect Chesapeake Bay escape—they’re destinations for relaxation and exploration. […]

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Chesapeake Bay Seafood Guide: What to Eat & When to Eat It

June 8, 2016 by Cassandra

Foodie questions are among the most asked in these parts. To help you make the most of your meals here, we’ve answered a few of the most popular. WHAT’S LOCAL? Here on the Chesapeake Bay, we’re best known for three things: Chesapeake Bay blue crabs, oysters and rockfish (also known as striped bass). You won’t […]


16 Sensational Things to Do in Talbot County This Year

June 6, 2016 by Cassandra

1. Walk the Hill. The Hill Community Project has uncovered one of the most intriguing storylines to emerge from Talbot County in recent memory. Researchers have sifted through genealogical material, land records and even the ground itself to discover that The Hill Community in Easton is one of the nation’s oldest free African American communities […]

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