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    Ken Burns’s recent series on the Roosevelts for PBS inspired us to look back at some historical highlights of our own.
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    Maritime historian Jeffrey Bolster, author of The Mortal Sea, shares lessons from his research during a talk Saturday night in downtown Chestertown as part of the schooner Sultana’s Downrigging Weekend.
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    Kohl Gallery features African-American artists Jeffrey Kent and Warren Lyons, whose works pay homage to black leaders and pointedly illustrate racism and inequality.
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    For the first time, the Washington College dance program adds a fall performance to the schedule. Students will perform pieces choreographed by classmates and faculty.
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    The College celebrates the winner of the 2014 Washington Book Prize with a day of activities that include a British-themed lunch, a musket salute, high tea, and an on-stage chat about the art of writing great history.
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    After a four-year road trip to New York and Baltimore, the event that names the winner of the world’s largest student literary prize, the Sophie Kerr, returns to Chestertown with a special event slated for May 15, 2015.
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    Ander Monson, author of fiction and inventive nonfiction, will read from his work at the Rose O’Neill Literary House on November 4.
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