October 17, 2017
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  • Where And How To Donate To Victims Of Hurricane HarveyExclusive

    If you’ve been following the news of Hurricane Harvey’s devastation in Houston Texas and your heart is broken, you’re not alone — but you can make a difference for the victims. Here’s a list of just a few places in Anne Arundel County that are collecting money and/or...
  • Events Around The ‘DenaExclusive

    We’ve got a roundup of local events that are sure to keep you off the couch this Labor Day weekend.
    Friday, September 1
    Mach 3 At Mike’s Crab House North
    Mike’s Crab House North
    1402 Colony Road, Pasadena
    Mach 3 will host their inaugural performance at...
  • Events Around The ‘Dena

    We’ve got a roundup of local events that are sure to keep you off the couch this weekend.
    All Weekend
    Cirque du Soleil OVO
    Royal Farms Arena
    201 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore
    August 25-27 at various times
    To learn more about this ecosystem-themed show, visit www....
  • Jessica Graves Creates Art From Recycled Materials

    Growing up in a family of artists, Jessica Graves always had knack for creating, but when it came time to choose a career path, she decided to differentiate herself by being a sign-language interpreter.
    Fifteen years ago, her mother was doing a kitchen renovation job with tumbled Italian marble...
  • Coterie Boutique Breaks The Mold For Women’s Fashion In Maryland

    When Bess Clark told people she was going to open up a women’s clothing boutique in Pasadena, many people told her, “Good luck.”
    But Clark had a vision, and as a transplant from California, she saw a need. Many stores carried either clothing cut for younger bodies or else...
  • Are You Making The Most Of Medicare Part D Open Enrollment?

    Are you making the most of Medicare Part D open enrollment? Sadly, the answer to this question, for most people, is “no.” Recent surveys show that more than 80 percent of Medicare Part D patients pay more than they have to, some as high as hundreds to thousands of dollars more than...
  • Partnering With Families To Provide Quality Vision Care For Aging Adults

    As we age, our eyes age right along with us. It’s a natural part of getting older, but that doesn’t make it any less scary. We all fear losing our independence, but there comes a time when we find ourselves relying on another person, often an adult child, to help with day-to-day...
  • Palliative Care? But I’m Not Dying!

    Somewhere along the way, the term “palliative care” picked up a scary reputation. Should a medical professional bring it up as a treatment option, many people will think it a death sentence.
    Nothing could be further from the truth. Palliative care is all about living.
    The field is...
  • What The Cups?

    If you watched Baltimore native Michael Phelps swim in last summer’s Olympic Games, you’re probably familiar with those circular markings seen on his shoulders prior to a big race. The big question of 2016 was without a doubt, “What in the world did Michael Phelps do?” The...
  • Recovery Is A Reality

    Recovery doesn't happen alone. Treatment is an integral piece for recovery from substance abuse because it empowers the individual to select the path for change.
    According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, “Recovery from alcohol and drug problems is a process of...
  • Northeast Senior Interns At National Aquarium

    Northeast High School rising senior Catherine Woods dove into the aquatic world this summer through an internship at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Each high school in Maryland, as well as some in Virginia and Pennsylvania, receives three applications for the internship to distribute to...
  • Students Weigh In On Standardized Testing

    Earlier this year, legislators in the General Assembly passed a bill limiting testing to 2.2 percent of overall classroom time. But do the students feel as if they are being tested too much?
    Tests include the PSAT, SAT, ACT, HSA, PARCC and AP tests for some students, as well as in-class tests and...
  • Question Of The Month: Pasadena United Methodist Church

    Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, while students are out for summer vacation, a Vacation Bible School group from Pasadena United Methodist Church answered the question:
    If you could be any animal, what would it be?
    I would be a horse...
  • Pasadena Chefs Showcase Their Creations At Buy Local Cookout

    Northeast High, Anne Arundel Community College Invited To Exclusive Event
    True to culinary competitions like “Chopped” and “Cupcake Wars,” Pasadena chefs combined unexpected ingredients to great effect during the 10th annual Governor’s Buy Local Cookout at Government...
  • Pasadena Schools Welcome New Leadership

    Upon moving into his new office at Riviera Beach Elementary, Principal Jason Anderson met with staff and parents, and then dusted off a black and white photo that he found in a storage closet and set about identifying the faculty members from the 1952 picture.
    Over at Jacobsville Elementary,...
  • Anne Arundel 4-H Interstate Club Gets A Taste Of The Northwest

    From working as farmhands to surveying the canyons and geysers of Yellowstone National Park, the Anne Arundel 4-H Interstate Exchange Club recently enjoyed a week-long exploration of Montana and Wyoming.
    The group was accompanied by club leader Gina Degreenia and chaperone David Solley. As part of...
  • Ravens Roosts Relish Football, Community Service

    By season’s end, the Baltimore Ravens will hoist the Lombardi trophy, according to some members of Ravens Roost 65. Those who see through “purple glasses” in Ravens Roost 75 agree, while others have a more cautious wait-and-see attitude. The president of Roost 129 is Super Bowl...
  • How Would You Break In?

    AACPD’s Home Security Survey Gives Citizens Insight On How To Target Harden Their Homes Against Burglary


    No city or town, not even Pasadena, is invulnerable to crime.


    “I don’t think it’s as bad as some areas,” said Kathy Bearden, a...

  • An Angel Returns Home

    Pasadena Remembers Joyce Clocker
    Some people knew Joyce Clocker as an employer, and others knew her as a fellow church member, or else as a volunteer, or a philanthropist, or even as a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister or wife. But however people knew the matriarch of the Clocker...
  • Rotary Club’s Annual Family Fun Day Promises A Variety Of Activities

    The Y in Pasadena will be filled with community members of all ages during the Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary’s annual Family Fun Day on September 16 from 10:00am to 3:00pm. In the past, the event has been held at Pasadena Golf Center, but the Rotary decided to hold this year’s event at...
  • Kindness Rocks Project Spreads A Little Joy In The ‘Dena

    Brightly painted rocks bearing messages of kindness and hope are materializing in Pasadena, throughout Anne Arundel County and around the world. Megan Murphy started the Kindness Rocks Project on the beaches of Cape Cod in 2015 as a way to share inspirational messages with strangers. People who...
  • Duane McKee Supports Volunteer Firefighters On A Local And National Level

    Duane McKee has been a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician (EMT) since 1994, a role that he considers his passion, but don’t ask him to recall his best days in the firehouse.
    “Everyone has inside them the want to help, whether they see someone fall down on the street...
  • Editor’s Voice

    The months of July and August tend to be a slow time of the year, but this summer seems to be an exception. There’s so much happening around town! I sure hope everyone has had a chance to chill on a sailboat or savor a snowcone at some point over the past couple of weeks, because with all the...
  • The Office Bar & Grill Manager Seeks To Root Out Cancer

    During her nearly five years as general manager of The Office Bar & Grill, Sarah Root has spent much of her time planning fundraisers for Pasadena residents who have encountered unfortunate circumstances: a man who lost his father to a house fire, a pedestrian hit by a car, a woman fighting...
  • Mark Your Calendars: Disney For Sidney Fundraiser Set For Sept. 27

    The locally based fundraising group Bub’s Give Back wants to make one little girl’s dreams come true — and they’re asking the community to help. The Disney for Sidney Golf Tournament, set for Wednesday, September 27, will raise funds to send 11-year-old Sidney and her family...


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