Publishers Notes May 2021

Publishers Notes May 2021 As I write this we have had our first super moon of the month and the first 80 degree day of the year. It feels like change is in the air. COVID-19 restrictions are being eased in some situations. We can now sit at the bars and enjoy a cocktail with […]

Publishers Notes April 2021

Publishers Notes April 2021 March has been a busy month for me. After two aborted attempts I finally had my right knee replaced on the 16th of March. My knee finally went bone-on-bone after I shattered my right femur in 1968. I have never had 100 percent flexibility in my right leg but now we […]

Publisher’s Notes March 2021

By Bob Tagert Although February wasn’t brutal this winter we did have snowy and rainy weather for a good part of the month. As I write these notes it is 53 degrees and sunny outside with a high today of 61. Feels like spring. I hope this is a precursor to the entire month. Cherry […]

Publisher’s Notes February 2021

Publishers Notes February 2021 Here we are into the second month of 2021 and our 33rd year without missing an issue. Some things have changed while some remain the same. We have a new administration running this country while the pandemic is still raging. Hopefully this year will see the end of COVID-19. At least […]

Publishers Notes January 2021

Publishers Notes January 2021 Thank God that 2020 is now in the rear view mirror. It certainly was a survival year. For the past 32 years we have built our publication around the hospitality business. We built a nice book of business with restaurants, hotels and destinations like Calvert County, St. Mary’s County, Leonardtown and […]

A Holiday to Remember: If Only for the Lesson in Gratitude

Open Space By Lori Welch Brown A Holiday to Remember If Only for the Lesson in Gratitude I have to admit, I’ve experienced some pretty crappy holidays.  Ghosts of Christmas’ past still haunt me.  Too many years to count as a single adult vanquished to the kiddie table.  The year Mom was sick, and I […]

Publisher’s Notes December 2020

By Bob Tagert Well here it is, the last month of 2020 and the end of the worst year I can remember in my 73 years, except possibly my motorcycle accident in 1968. As the Corona virus has tightened its grip on the nation lately, the inclination is to stay at home and definitely wear […]

Publishers Notes November 2020

Publishers Notes As I write this I look out the window and realize that I need to get the leaf blower out and clean the sidewalk out front from the leaves that have fallen since I last blew the leaves away two days ago. Change is in the air. Elections are this month and the […]

Publisher’s Notes October 2020

By Bob Tagert It is now officially autumn and – like this year has run – as soon as Labor Day hit, the temperature dropped 40 degrees. It has stayed very pleasant with a few bouts of moisture generated by the hurricanes that hit the southern coast. With cool weather here and getting colder over […]

Publishers Notes September 2020

Publishers Notes By Bob Tagert Will we ever get a break from this heat? September, hopefully will begin more fall like weather. Can’t wait to get out on the water without feeling like I’m being parboiled. Fall sailing is the best. I would like to welcome our friends and former clients, John and Holli Todhunter, […]