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  • Growth Of Scrub League A Boon For Local Girls

    The Green Hornets girls scrub basketball league for high-school aged girls concluded its fifth and most successful season yet on February 24 when the Mercury outlasted the Mystics 22-21 in the league championship game at Severn School.
    The Saturday-afternoon final saw the Mercury rally from an...
  • Weekend Events March 9-11

    Cheers to the weekend, Pasadena! Check out our calendar of events happening around town. 

    Friday, March 9
     
    Friday Night Paint Night at Artsy Partsy. 4:00-8:00pm.
    More info here.
     
    Happy Hour With Orlando Phillips at Twain’s Tavern. 5:00-9:00pm.
    More info here....

  • Chesapeake High School Invites Audiences To “Haphazardly Ever After”Exclusive

    When the CHS Theatre Company presents “Haphazardly Ever After” on March 15, 16 and 17, guests will be treated to a fractured fairytale.

     

    A kind king and queen have trouble in their royal family — four obnoxious, bratty, adult children who do not live up to their...

  • Weekend Events March 2-4

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! Stay safe out there this weekend, and check out these events around town.

    Friday, March 2
     
    Jameson Happy Hour at Plaza Liquors. 4:00-7:00pm.
    More info here.
     
    Jameson IPA Sampling at 177 Liquors. 4:00-7:00pm.
    More info here.
     
    Friday Night Paint...

  • Weekend Events February 23-25

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! Here's our weekly roundup of what's happening around town this weekend.

    Friday, February 23
     
    Friday Night Paint Night at Artsy Partsy. 4:00-8:00pm.
    More info here.
     
    Acoustic With Mook Jones at Alibi’s Bar and Grill. 5:30-8:30pm.
    More...

  • AVID Class Gives Back To Community

    At Chesapeake High School, students in the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) class recently completed projects that benefited the community.

     

    The idea was led by Tamara Beyer, the AVID teacher at Chesapeake High School. Beyer created the project for students to develop...

  • PBA Update

    Don’t forget that our scholarship fundraiser is March 3 from 7:00pm to 11:00pm at Kurtz’s Beach. All proceeds go toward scholarships for local Pasadena students. Bring your family, friends and business associates for a fun evening of dancing to music by the band Guys in Thin Ties. We...
  • New Ownership Carries On 30-Year Tradition At Rumors Salon & Day Spa

    Although Jessica Kenealy enjoyed running a 500-square-foot hair salon out of her home for 10 years, she knew that she wanted to move on to something bigger eventually. When a friend approached her with word that Helen Neisser, owner of Rumors Retreat Salon & Day Spa, was retiring and looking to...
  • For Five Years, The Office Has Put Its Stamp On Pasadena

    When Sarah Root was 8 or 9 years old, she and her sisters strung birthday signs around The Wheel Inn to celebrate their mom’s 40th birthday. The Wheel Inn eventually became Lightning Jack's and then Billy V's, but just over five years ago, that location became The Office Bar &...
  • Tell Me About The Tax Bill

    According to a Forbes article, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will cost the United States government $1.5 trillion in lost revenue. I want to talk about the most important things you need to know about this law. I am neither an accountant nor a tax attorney, so please take this article as...
  • Lowering Taxes

    The federal action of reducing taxes will positively affect nearly everyone in Maryland. However, because Maryland is a high-taxed state, local taxes will increase significantly if no action is taken in Annapolis this session.
    Our delegation is vigorously working with Governor Hogan to hold...
  • An Update On Tax Cuts

    Since the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed in December, there have been many questions and guesses about its impact on taxpayers. The news has been filled with forecasts of doom, gloom and fear. But soon after the bill’s passage, company after company across our nation began...
  • A Freeze On Development

    Anne Arundel County is a wonderful place, which is why more people want to come here to live and work. However, an increasing population puts stress on our schools, roads and public safety. To manage these stresses, our administration is committed to smart growth in areas with adequate...
  • What Federal Tax Reform Means For Maryland

    When Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December, it left many unanswered questions.
    Who will benefit? Who will be harmed? Will corporate tax relief really boost the economy and have trickle-down effects, despite past failures? Will tax bills go down for the long haul or will it be...
  • Sheriff’s Office Partners with Chesapeake K-9 Fund

    A little over a year ago, board members of the Chesapeake K-9 Fund reached out to my agency to see if they could help in the purchase of K-9 equipment for our unit. You see, the Chesapeake K-9 Fund is the brainchild of Wendy Oliver, a wonderful woman whose energy, optimism and unbridled enthusiasm...
  • What’s All This I Hear About Medicinal Cannabis?

    Cancer, seizures, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, arthritis, anxiety, PTSD. What does each of these conditions – among many others – have in common with the others? They are all conditions that can be treated with medicinal cannabis.
    Yes, cannabis. More commonly...
  • Why To Spay And Neuter Your Exotic Pets

    Everyone knows the old Bob Barker line “Help control the pet population. Have your pets spayed or neutered.” Most everyone attributes that statement to dogs and cats because of the obvious benefits of reducing the number of pets in shelters and preventing mammary, testicular and...
  • The Eco-Friendly Dental Office

    Modern technology has given dentists more ways and means to practice dentistry while maintaining exceptional patient care. Most of these improvements are also better for the environment.
    Q: What is Eco-Friendly Dentistry?
    A: I take this question to mean, “What can dentists do to help the...
  • UM BWMC’s Heartbeat For Health Creates Wellness Awareness

    University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s annual Heartbeat for Health expo, which was held this year on February 10 at the Y in Arnold, engaged community members in hands-on lessons and entertained them with upbeat dance performances and demonstrations, all to get people...
  • Cast Your Vote For The Best Of Pasadena

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  • BrainSpan: A Comprehensive Concussion Protocol For Healing

    Another successful football season has come to a close. As a practicing sports chiropractor, I see a lot of sports-related injuries. People walking into our office have neck, shoulder and arm problems (upper extremity) as well as pain in the back, hips, legs and ankles. Of special interest this...
  • Chesapeake Boys Stave Off Northeast In 'Dena Showdown

    The February 9 hardwood edition of the ‘Dena Bowl brought increased levels of importance as the both the Chesapeake and Northeast boys basketball teams were burning for a win.
    The rivalry showdown lived up to the hype. A packed house made for a lively Friday-night atmosphere, and fans...
  • Athlete Spotlight: Troy Owens, Northeast Bowling

    As the afternoon wore on, more and more eyes turned to Northeast’s Troy Owens.
    A sophomore on the Eagles’ unified bowling team, Owens was having a fine outing at the county championships at Annapolis Bowling Center on February 9, rolling strike after strike after strike.
    As the frames...
  • Pasadena Elementary Students To Perform Original Play

    Over two weeks, a committee of five Pasadena Elementary School fifth-grade students met during lunch to write an outline for their class play.
    With the help of library media specialist Ann Dahlheim, the five students were able to work all of their ideas into a three-act play. The “committee...
  • Annapolis Film Festival Handpicks Best For Its Audience

    Annapolis is not your average city, and the Annapolis Film Festival (AFF) is certainly not your average film festival.
    “In other towns like Tribeca, it’s not like this,” said Lee Anderson, a festival director. “They parade celebs onstage, but you never get to meet them in...

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