ChesapeakeLiving.com launched in May 2014. Our goal is to connect you to fun, adventure and interesting stories in the Chesapeake Bay region.
You’ll find insider information on places to visit and insights about the people who live here. Links and events are not paid advertisement; they provide more info if you want it.
We’re based in Severna Park, just outside of Annapolis. The town is a former 1920s train-stop for summer getaways on the Severn River and not worth a visit unless you know someone here. We’re going to show you many other interesting places around the Chesapeake Bay.
Here’s what we’re focusing on:
- What’s in these towns around the Chesapeake to see and do.
- There are a bunch of nice beaches around the Bay, no need to go to the coast. We let you know what they’re like so you can find one that fits your needs.
- A look at outdoor activities that people in the area thrive on. We’ll feature sail boating, power boating, cycling, hunting, fishing, etc.
- We want to let you know what cool events are happening in the area — festivals, fairs, races and such.
- In depth stories about the people and life around the Chesapeake Bay.
- Short articles about local or regional stuff that’s different or just plain interesting.
We’ll be making lots of changes at time goes on. Keep coming back to check out what’s new.
Hope you enjoy it.
Cynthia Reuter, Publisher/Editor & Writer
I’m a political journalist out of Washington, DC who’s jumping back into local life.
I spent the first part of my career as a radio reporter in Missouri, writing about city hall, county commissioners, school board meetings; you get the picture. My goal at that time was to cover Congress. And eventually, I got that job, packed my hatchback with all my belongings and left local behind.
That was 1992, just in time for the Clinton inauguration. I was sitting in the scaffolding behind Clinton when he took the oath.
For the past 20 years, I’ve been a TV producer. I’ve been to national political conventions, covered presidential and congressional elections, followed all sorts of bill debate in Congress. But I missed telling stories of life, getting out into the community and connecting with people.
Now here I am, with ChesapeakeLiving.com.