November 26, 2015
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  • Live Entertainment Will Put You In The Holiday Spirit

    Love singing along with your favorite holiday tunes on the radio? Or quoting the best lines from your preferred Christmas special when it airs on television? There’s something exciting about holiday entertainment and the way it awakens the spirit of the season in all of us. But there’s...


  • Chesapeake Proud Of Its Football Season

    After an historic run that saw the Chesapeake High School football team secure its first ever trip to the postseason, the Cougars were upended by visiting Glenelg High School 41-13 on November 13.
    A school record seven wins during the regular season earned Chesapeake (7-4) a no. 2 seed in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) 3A East region semifinals and a home game against the no. 3-seeded Gladiators from Howard County.
    “This senior class is very good and really worked hard,” said Chesapeake head coach Rob Elliott. “[They] took this program to new levels. I’m very proud of our group and very proud of where we've gotten the...


  • PBA Update

    Don’t forget, the Pasadena Business Association’s fifth annual Veterans Day ceremony will be held on November 11 at 1:00pm. Please park at Lake Shore Athletic Complex and follow the signs to the flag path. We will have transportation for those not able to walk the path. All veterans and active military are welcome. This is a great way for us to thank them for their service to our country and for keeping us free.
    The PBA’s annual Christmas tree lighting is at 7:00pm on December 1 in Lakeshore Plaza. During the festive event, we will collect new toys and donations for A Child’s Christmas, which provides gifts for Pasadena families in need during Christmas.
  • At Great Clips of Pasadena, Yvonne Dashiell (center), owner and stylist, works with Steve, the manager, and Janice, a hairdresser, to accommodate customers’ fast-paced lifestyles.

    Great Clips Aims For Convenience

    Despite intense competition in the hairstyling business, Great Clips in Pasadena has positioned itself as a salon that offers affordable, high-quality haircuts in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. Great Clips strives to accommodate its customers’ fast-paced lifestyles by providing extended...
  • ClearShark has gained a reputation for its ability to provide technology solutions, but owner Martin Bentz said he is even more proud of his staff’s commitment to aiding the community through fundraisers and other events.

    ClearShark Keeps Its Fins In Community Waters

    As president and founder of ClearShark, Martin Bentz takes pride in providing technology solutions to the intelligence sector of the federal government. In layman’s terms, his company offers cybersecurity and data storage to agencies that combat everything from drug trafficking to climate...
  • Shop Small This Holiday And Give The Economy A Real Boost

    People often get nostalgic for the “good old days.” This is, in part, because historically, there simply wasn’t a global economy filled with giant corporate conglomerates dominating huge strip malls. Before the globalization of our economic structure, practically everything was...

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  • A Goodwill Mission To Cuba

    Along with members of the county’s senior staff and several prominent citizens, I recently returned from a goodwill mission to Cuba. Our objective was to identify opportunities in commerce, education, athletics and the fine arts between Cuba and Anne Arundel County, and to raise the profile of the first charter flight from BWI Thurgood Marshall’s international terminal to Havana.
    BWI is a huge economic driver in our county. The airport’s economic impacts include nearly 100,000 jobs, $4 billion in personal income, $7 billion in business revenue and more than $1.6 billion in local purchases. Since 2010 alone, there has been an 11 percent increase in total jobs, a 20 percent...
  • Council Update

    I have stated in many of my past articles, as well as in conversations I have had with my constituents, that overdevelopment in our county, and especially in Pasadena, is a serious problem. In fact, Pasadena is long past the point of overdevelopment. Unfortunately, there is not a magic wand that I...
  • Being Thankful

    Like all Americans at this time of year, I have reflected on all I have to be grateful for. If you watch the news, read the paper or listen to talk radio, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and fall into a negative mindset, to feel as if everything is falling apart in America and around the world....
  • “Right To Try” Legislation Provides Hope

    Abigail Burroughs was battling a life-threatening cancer after celebrating her 21st birthday. Abigail received treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital, but there were no breakthroughs on the horizon and hope was nearly lost. That is until one day when unexpectedly good news came to her family. She was...

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  • The Wise Old Owl: Seniors Facing Rising Health Care Costs

    The headlines are everywhere: No COLA (cost-of-living adjustment) for Social Security recipients in 2016. This is not an isolated fact, because it has profound consequences on Medicare premiums for some seniors.
    Most Medicare enrollees pay $104.90 per month and have a deductible of $147 per year, with Medicare absorbing 80 percent of the cost of preventive services, such as flu shots and medically necessary services such as doctor visits, lab tests, surgeries, medical supplies (including wheelchairs and walkers) and outpatient therapy. Enrollees pay the other 20 percent if they do not have supplemental or secondary insurance.
    On the horizon, however, are projected increases in Medicare...
  • 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...
  • UM BWMC Names Dr. Neel Vibhakar New Chief Medical Officer

    University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UM BWMC) has named Neel Vibhakar the medical center’s new senior vice president and chief medical officer. Vibhakar has been a member of the UM BWMC medical staff since 2004. Over that period of time, he has served in a number of...
  • Anne Arundel Gastroenterology Associates Welcomes New Physician

    Anne Arundel Gastroenterology Associates (AAGA) is pleased to welcome new physician and inflammatory bowel disease specialist Dr. Mark Flasar. Flasar joins AAGA after eight years as faculty gastroenterologist and associate director of the inflammatory bowel disease program at the University of...

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