Tuesday, December 4, 2012
A Davidsonville woman is now trying to find the author of the wish list in hopes of giving him some of his Christmas gifts, according to The Capital.
A woman found a Christmas wish list tied to a balloon in Davidsonville after she saw what appeared to be a piece of trash floating around her farm, according to The Capital. After going outside and discovering the balloon last week, along with the wish list, Deborah Cook discovered the note belonged to Ricardo Benitez Quevedo. No address was found on the wish list, but Cook decided she wanted to play Santa this year, as she now hopes to find Ricardo and make some of his wishes come true, The Capital reported. According to the report: "Ricardo used circles to dot his i’s, requesting big new toys like a Wii U. But the letter wasn’t just about what Ricardo wanted. The boy told Santa it was going to be a 'graet (sic) Christmas' and that he …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Owner Joe Valentino's hard work is paying off now that more people are enjoying one of Edgewater's newest cafes.
Since opening Kahve Cafe on June 18, 2011, owner Joe Valentino has only taken three days off. Three days—that’s it. But now, after battling long hours and the stress of opening a new business, Valentino and his staff are seeing the fruits of their labor. Earlier this week, The Capital announced that Kahve Cafe won its Coffee Madness Tournament. For weeks, the competition—styled like the NCAA mens basketball tournament—pitted cafes against one another for three-day periods to see which local residents preferred. In its final matchup, Kahve faced Eggcellence of Annapolis and came out with the victory. “This tournament was a mix of having good coffee and good customers,” Valentino said. “Giving away free coffee brings in new customers, but …
Friday, March 2, 2012
Shady Side Elementary celebrated its 40th birthday by teaming up with the Avery Museum to create an exhibit called “Memories and Mementos: A History of Shady Side Schools.”