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  • Weekend Events May 18-20

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! It looks like the rain will continue through the weekend, so double check for cancellations before heading to any outdoor events! Don't forget -- the Preakness is this Saturday! Enjoy your watch parties, and, as always, be safe! Have a good weekend, everyone!  ...

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  • PBA Update

    The Pasadena Business Association had a great Taste of Pasadena. We had some new vendors this year, which always adds a new spice to the event. The vendors included Angel’s Food Market, Bella Napoli Italian Restaurant, Bruster’s Ice Cream, Beefalo Bob’s, Cheshire Crab, Glory Days Grill, Kurtz’s Beach, Lauer’s Supermarket & Bakery, Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille, Pats Select Pizza Grill, Primo Pasta Kitchen, Sam & Maggie’s Dockside Grill, the Greene Turtle, Texas Roadhouse and The Y of Pasadena (Jack’s Cafe). Several attendees told me it was the best Taste of Pasadena yet, so that was great to hear. Our chair for the event, Lisa Hart...

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  • Made In Maryland Returns For Second Installment

    Think shopping local, but on a bigger scale. The second annual Made In Maryland Festival returned to Kurtz’s Beach on May 6 with more than 100 Maryland-based vendors.   This year, about 2,500 people attended the festival to meet artisans and enjoy entertainment, food and libations...

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  • Meet The Candidates

    In anticipation of the primary election coming up on Tuesday, June 26, the Pasadena Voice invited each of the candidates for public office to submit a short bio letting readers know who they are. This is what the people asking for your vote want you to know about them:
     
    County Executive
     
    Steuart Pittman
    Steuart Pittman has never run for office and thought he never would. He is a farmer, businessman and nonprofit executive with a talent for bringing people together to solve problems.
    Pittman operates a South County farm that has been in his family for eight generations. He also created Retired Racehorse Project, a national nonprofit that facilitates the retraining and...
  • Legislation Affecting Immigrants

    You would think, especially in an election year, that the primary focus of our Annapolis representatives would be on legal residents within Maryland. Surprisingly, this year turned out to be a great year for people residing unlawfully in Maryland. Several years ago, Maryland voters approved a...
  • AAGOP Central Committee Announces Vacancies In District 31

    The Republican State Central Committee of Anne Arundel County today announced two committee member vacancies in District 31 (Glen Burnie, Pasadena, Brooklyn Park, Severna Park, Millersville). These vacancies were created by former committee members Michael Peroutka and Nathan Volke, both of whom...
  • School Safety

    Last month, our country was rocked with yet another horrible act of violence at a school. Stoneman Douglas High School was the scene of a mass shooting that took the lives of 17 innocent people. As we look back at this tragedy, we must answer the questions “how did this happen?” and...

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  • Lost And Found: The Importance Of Microchipping

    Lost and found means more in the veterinary field than misplacing possessions; it means the difference between getting a loved one back and potentially losing them forever. Therefore, we use different tools for identification and contact information for our pets.
    Microchipping is a permanent way to identify your pet and involves placing a small computer chip, the size of a grain of rice, under the skin. Your pet’s microchip can be scanned by a shelter or veterinary facility to obtain the number associated with the chip. It is important to ensure your pet’s microchip is registered with your correct contact information so that you may be reached if your pet is lost. Tags and...
  • Should I Use An Electric Or A Manual Toothbrush?

    Dentistry and modern science have not yielded a cure for tooth decay. The most common disease facing mankind, tooth decay is caused by our bodies’ reaction to what we eat. Today’s dental mission statement should not focus on just reacting to problems; instead, the effort should be in...
  • UM BWMC June Calendar

    Wednesday, June 6 10:30-11:30am: The Tate Cancer Center Survivorship Program offers therapeutic yoga for cancer patients. Both patients and caregivers are welcome and no prior yoga experience is necessary. Chair yoga and deep breathing will also be offered. The program is free. Bring water....
  • How To Stay Active, Be Mindful Of Health At Work

    Sitting is the new smoking, they say. Most working Americans, especially in our increasingly digital society, are stuck at a desk and behind a computer during the eight-hour work day. While responding to emails or working on projects, lengthy periods of time can pass, leading to extended periods...

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