September 01, 2015
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  • PBA Update

    The Pasadena Business Association was honored to be part of National Night Out. As you have heard, this is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and camaraderie to make neighborhoods a safe, better place to live. We held our first event for the Eastern District Police Station on August 4 and hoped for 500 in attendance, but were amazed at the 2,000-plus in attendance.

    We hope to even make it better next year, so mark your calendars. I could not have worked with a greater group of organizations to make this evening a success. Just remember that the police officers are there to protect us, and we need to thank them for their service.

    Our next...

School & YouthSchool

  • Eight youth and two adults from Jenkins Memorial Church recently traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, to help out with a variety of tasks around the city.

    Local Youth Use Their Summer To Help Less Fortunate

    For some high school students, summer is a chance to take time off to recuperate from the previous school year, but for others, it’s an opportunity make a difference in Maryland and beyond. Groups from Anne Arundel County churches were among those who fit the latter description, having...

Arts & EntertainmentArts & Entertainment

  • Arts and Entertainment Calendar

    ONGOING

    Every Friday: Live music at Two Rivers Steak & Fish House in Pasadena 8:30-11:30pm. Info: www.tworiverssteak.com/events.




    AUGUST

    Aug 29-30: Children’s Theatre of Annapolis will hold auditions for “Haphazardly Ever After” for ages 10-18 at 10:00am on Saturday and noon on Sunday. Info: www.childrenstheatreofannapolis.com.

    Aug 29-30: Live music at the Greene Turtle in Pasadena each night at 8:00pm. Brian Farley will perform on the August 29 and Brian Hardy on August 30. Info: www.thegreeneturtle.com/location/pasadena.

    Aug 29-30: Live music at Twain’s Tavern. My Boy Blue performs from 5:00-9:00pm on August 29, followed by Back By Sunrise...
  • “The End of the Tour,” starring Jesse Eisenberg (left) and Jason Segal, avoids biopic clichés and instead treats audiences to stimulating conversations between the writers David Lipsky and David Foster Wallace.

    “The End of the Tour” Gives A Brilliant Portrait Of A Great Thinker

    Praised by many though read by few is the modern masterpiece “Infinite Jest,” a 1,104-page novel complete with more than 100 pages of footnotes. The dense novel, described by some as encyclopedic, is likely being used by many as a sturdy doorstop, but bursting out of its daunting mass...
  • The chicken salad melt featured fresh chicken salad served over homemade bread, topped with Granny Smith apple slices and brie and drizzled with raspberry sauce.

    The Point Crab House Features Sumptuous Outdoor Dining

    Ah, the pleasures of outdoor dining by the water on a midsummer evening. The expectation is soft lighting, good music, pleasant company and, of course, awesome food. The Point Crab House & Grill exceeded my expectations, and the bill was less than I expected. It took a bit of effort to find...
  • Take Summer Home With You

    Swimming, boating, flowers, popsicles – who doesn’t love summer? Unless you’re a Siberian husky, you probably find enjoyment in the warm weather. The vacations and all of the other fun activities that come along with it are icing on the cake! If only there were a way to make...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • Anne Arundel: A Model For The State

    Efficient and effective government is crucial to making our county the best place to live, work and start a business in Maryland. While it is difficult to make government run as efficiently as private enterprise, putting certain private-sector practices in place can create a culture of customer service and open effective communication between citizens and their government.

    Here in Anne Arundel County government, we are already making progress. Since taking office, we have put a major emphasis on coordination and communication across government. For far too long, various departments whose missions overlap did not meet regularly to discuss common areas of interest. The police department...
  • Council Update

    Families are coming back from vacations, fall sports teams are beginning practices and parents are preparing to send their children back to school yet again for a new school year. Every year it seems as if summer goes by faster and faster, especially the month of August. It is a very exciting time...
  • Hot Vehicles, Children And Pets

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, children can die in a hot unattended vehicle within 10 minutes. The administration also noted that children can heat up to five times as fast as adults and are in danger of heat strokes. Because we are in the midst of hot and humid...
  • Stolen Valor: Dishonoring Our Military

    We are a generous nation and people, especially when it comes to honoring our military men and women. However, some are exploiting that generosity with deception and fraud by impersonating military soldiers for tangible gains. How does that make you feel? How do you think it makes the members of...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    Modern dentistry is dynamic. Changes to improve patient comfort and quality of care are always being developed. The use of improved dental materials, modern delivery systems, lasers, computer-generated imaging and computer management software systems are just some of the changes.

    In upcoming months, I will answer questions about high-technology dentistry. Please direct inquiries to www.cranska.com or email familylaserdentistry@outlook.com.

    Prevent Sports Injuries: Wear A Mouthguard
    The time to prepare for fall sports is here. Be ready for football and soccer practices; the seasons will soon begin. Children playing sports suffer injuries to their mouths and teeth. We need to prevent...
  • UM BWMC September Calendar

    Tuesday, September 1 5:00pm to 6:30pm: Survivorship: Living With and Beyond Cancer meets to discuss information and support for cancer patients and their families (Tate Cancer Center, 305 Hospital Drive, first-floor conference room). This meeting is for people with any type of cancer. Reservations...
  • A new FastCare walk-in clinic in the Lakeshore Plaza shopping center will provide basic care for health conditions ranging from allergies to upper respiratory infections.

    AAMC Walk-in Clinic Opens In Pasadena Giant Food Store

    Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) recently opened a new FastCare walk-in clinic inside Giant Food located at 4315 Mountain Road in the Lakeshore Plaza. This is the third FastCare clinic for AAMC. AAMC plans to continue opening retail-based clinics in area grocery stores over the next 18 months...
  • It’s Healthy To Think In Advance About Advanced Illness

    Believe it or not, life is better — sometimes far better — when we think in advance about how we will want to deal with the challenges of illness we will likely face toward the end of our lives. Most advanced illness does not happen suddenly but instead progresses over a period of...

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