July 16, 2018
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  • Weekend Events July 13-15

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! Whether you’re looking for theatre, fitness, live music or something else entirely, there’s plenty going on around town this weekend. Here are our highlights:   Friday, July 13   Friday  Night Paint Night at Artsy Partsy. 4:00-8:00pm...
  • Pasadena Real Estate Market Remains Solid

    Low housing inventory, high demand and strong employment continue to support a solid residential real estate market in the Pasadena area. “Things are a little slow right now, but we’re still pretty busy over here – no question about it,” said Don Gurney, a broker at...
  • The opening ceremony for Special Olympics always includes lighting the Flame of Hope, which symbolizes shining a light on the talents and abilities of people with intellectual disabilities.

    Local Athletes Compete In Maryland Special Olympics Summer Games

    A Pasadena resident, 29-year-old Megan Diaz has competed in Special Olympics since she was 13. Her favorite aspects of Special Olympics are the competition with peers, making friends and seeing her coaches. “Megan has made lifetime friends, and we have made lifetime friends,” said...
  • County Council Tweaks FY2019 Budget To Add Teachers

    When County Executive Steve Schuh presented his $1.59 billion Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposal in May, he highlighted pay increases for police and teachers, major investments in roads and a property tax cut. As the seven-member county council put its stamp on the budget, which was finalized June...



  • PBA Update

    PBA recently celebrated the fifth-graders in the Northeast and Chesapeake feeder systems who were on the principal’s honor roll for the first three marking periods. Thanks to Two Rivers Steak & Fish House, the 80 students, along with principals and counselors, were treated to a lunch of chicken tenders and fries, and cartoons on big-screen TVs. Bruster’s Ice Cream of Severna Park and Glen Burnie brought ice cream treats for all of these bright students. A special thank you goes to C. Muhl Bus Company for picking the students up at their respective schools and dropping them off after lunch. Thank you to the Eastern District Police Station for sending officers to have lunch...

School & YouthSchool

  • Nine kids from two age brackets took home prizes after catching the most fish or catching one of the largest fish at Fort Smallwood Park on June 30.

    Kids Fishing Derby Lures Young Anglers

    More than 70 children from across Maryland cast their lines off the Bill Burton Fishing Pier and into the Chesapeake Bay at Fort Smallwood Park on Saturday, June 30, in hopes of catching a prized fish in the Pasadena Sportfishing Group’s annual kids fishing derby. The weather was sultry,...

Arts & EntertainmentArts & Entertainment

  • When The HillBenders come to Rams Head On Stage on July 27, the audience will be treated to a foot-stomping bluegrass and rock version of The Who’s “Tommy.”

    The HillBenders Bring “Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry” To Rams Head

    Released nearly 50 years ago, the ambitious album “Tommy” by The Who tells the story of a deaf and blind boy who withstands inconceivable family struggles. But when audiences come to Rams Head On Stage to see The HillBenders perform their bluegrass opry rendition of the material on July...
  • A cast of (l-r) Frank Antonio, Ronnie Schronce, Joe Rose, Nicholas Garvey, Tyler White and Blaise Shunk will present “Damn Yankees” at Anne Arundel Community College on the weekends of July 13 and July 22.

    Pasadena Theatre Company Brings “Damn Yankees” To AACC Stage

    Whether you are a Baltimore or Washington baseball fan, there is a strong likelihood that you have muttered “damn Yankees!” at some point every year between April and October. The expression was used in Douglass Wallop’s 1954 book “The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant,...
  • Squonk Opera will bring its show “Pneumatica” to Artscape for three days of performances. In this show, the “Squonkers” pump up the volume with live original music that permeates the air, while inflatables pump up and immerse the audience.

    Artscape Returns July 20-22

    Billed as America’s largest free arts festival, the 37th annual Artscape is set for July 20-22 near Mount Royal Avenue and North Charles Street in Baltimore. Hours are 11:00am to 9:00pm on Friday and Saturday and 11:00am to 7:00pm on Sunday, with Artscape After Hours taking place Friday...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • Local Results In The Primary Election

    The results are in following the primary election yesterday, June 26, and here are the names that will be on the ballot for local offices this coming November.

    County Executive
    Steve Schuh (R)
    Steuart Pittman (D)

    County Council - District 3
    Nathan Volke (R)
    Debbie Ritchie (D)

    Delegates - District 31B
    Brian Chisholm (R)
    Nic Kipke (R)
    Harry Freeman (D)
    Karen Simpson (D)

    Senator - District 31
    Bryan Simonaire (R)
    Scott Harman (D)

    State's Attorney
    Wes Adams (R)
    Anne Leitess (D)

    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Doug Arnold (R)
    Scott Poyer (D)

    Register of Wills
    Lauren M. Parker (R)
    Joseph J. Janosky (D)

    Judge of the Orphans' Court
    Maureen Carr-York...
  • Questions And Answers With The Candidates

    Last month, we were pleased to introduce to our readers the many candidates running in the upcoming primary election on June 26. This month, we had three broad questions we wanted to put forth to each of the candidates. We wanted to know from each of them:   1. What would be your three...
  • Letter To The Editor: The Hidden Answer To Limiting School ShootingsExclusive

    I walk into a classroom just about every day and lived both sides of the gun issue. Every day, I think if there will be a shooting at my school. I lived in rural New York for 28 years and thought nothing of having a loaded semi-automatic rifle lying next to me. It was normal to go out at night with...
  • 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...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Teeth Or Dental Implants?

    Advances in modern dental technology have increased dentists’ choices when it comes to replacing missing teeth, retaining teeth previously thought to be hopeless or replacing all teeth.

    Dental implant advancements over the past 30 years have helped millions of patients replace teeth.

    Q: How can I have my missing, broken and diseased teeth replaced to look like and function like my original teeth?

    A: There are many factors to consider: the condition of the remaining teeth as well as overall oral health, cosmetics, durability, longevity, cost and number of dental visits required. Technology has given us options other than extracting the remaining teeth and making dentures....

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