June 24, 2017
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  • “Personal Shopper” Accurately Depicts The Anxieties Of The Modern World

    When “Personal Shopper” was screened at the Cannes Film Festival, the credits incited boos from the audience; it was one of the most divisive films of the festival, and it’s not hard to see why. “Personal Shopper” left me feeling disappointed once the credits rolled,...
  • ASGT’s Upcoming Season Appeals To Contemporary Tastes

    “Sister Act,” “Full Monty” And “In The Heights” Will Liven Up The Outdoor Theater Experience
    A quick look at this year’s lineup of productions at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre shows that the downtown-based nonprofit organization knows how to keep up with...
  • Broadneck Grill & Cantina Offers High-End Food In A Neighborhood Setting

    I’ve done a lot of restaurant reviews now for the Voice, and that means I’ve dined at some great places. None of them to date, however, have provided quite the level of outstanding customer service I received when I dined at the Broadneck Grill & Cantina in Cape St. Claire recently...
  • Schuh Continues To Chart Conservative Course With FY2018 Budget

    If you follow county government and the actions of County Executive Steve Schuh, the components of Schuh’s five-point plan have become as familiar to you as your social security number or the lyrics to your favorite karaoke song.
    Those five priorities were highlighted yet again as Schuh...
  • Food Truck Tuesday Rolls Into Town To Offer Family Dining Experience

    Update on Food Truck Tuesdays: Back At Earleigh Heights
    You might have heard the rumor, and we've just confirmed it: Food Truck Tuesdays is back at Earleigh Heights Fire Hall. After its wildly successful opening day drew about 3,000 people to Kinder Farm Park, clogging up roadways for miles...
  • Blue Angels Will Soar Into Town May 24

    It starts with Fat Albert, the Blue Angels’ C-130 Hercules, zipping through the sky. Then, pilots perform aerial acrobatics within the four-jet diamond formation and the six-jet delta formation.
    Spectators at the Naval Academy will see these maneuvers and more when the United States Navy...
  • Color Your World With Light

    Spring, the season of rebirth, is the time when we notice light because there is more of it as the days lengthen. We also observe color all around us — in the flowers, the sunshine, and in our homes! Light is closely connected to color and can change how our eyes see it. Here are some tips to...
  • The Grass Is Always Greener (Except In My Yard)

    Spring greening never ceases to amaze me. The grass is a sad shade of tan, yellow or olive all winter, and every spring, it comes back to life. As it turns to a lovely shade of deep green, I think, “All right! The lawn’s greening up!” A few weeks later, “Hey, that grass is...
  • Chesapeake Grad Terry Invited To Steelers Minicamp

    Per the California University of Pennsylvania football Twitter feed and as reported by Steelers Depot, Chesapeake graduate Aaron Terry has been invited to participate in minicamp next week with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
    Terry had a standout career as a defensive back and kick/punt returner for the...
  • “Beauty And The Beast” Is A Surprisingly Charming Modern Retelling

    I had no desire to see “Beauty and the Beast.” I’ve never been on the Disney train, as a feminist who realized in retrospect that many of my childhood favorites were littered with garden-variety sexism (“The Little Mermaid” being the most heinous example). Not to...
  • A Sunday Afternoon At Primo Pasta Kitchen

    I had been to Primo Pasta Kitchen (8557 Fort Smallwood Road) once previously but had forgotten the cozy yet chic atmosphere that the restaurant offered. Roomy booths lined the windows facing out to Fort Smallwood Road, several tables were situated to the middle-left of the restaurant, and the...
  • Pasadena Girls On The Run Cross Program Finish Line At Annual 5K

    More than 1,000 girls participate at one of the 62 Girls on the Run program sites in Maryland. Approximately half of the program sites are in Anne Arundel County. In Pasadena, Bodkin, Jacobsville and Sunset elementary schools participate in the Greater Chesapeake GOTR Council in the third- through...
  • Sunset Elementary Continues Circle Of Life With “The Lion King Jr.”

    Disney’s “The Lion King” was released 23 years ago, but the story of Simba and Nala is still delighting children of all ages. Students from Sunset Elementary School in Pasadena will bring the Pride Lands onstage with its production of “The Lion King Jr.,” to be held...
  • A Tribute To Women Of Color Honors Local Students

    Four Northeast High School students and one Chesapeake High School student were among 39 teens from across Anne Arundel County recently honored as A Tribute to Women of Color scholarship winners, recognized for their academic accomplishments, community service and leadership potential. The 25th...
  • General Assembly Passes Legislation For Elected Anne Arundel County School Board

    Promoting community collaboration, developing responsive policies and holding accountability for the results — those are major duties for any organization, but especially for one that’s shaping the future of the next generation.
    That’s why, for many years, lawmakers have debated...
  • Fasting To Feed

    Around the world, 795 million people suffered from chronic undernourishment from 2014 to 2016, according to the World Hunger Education Service. From March 31 to April 1, four youth group members and one adult leader from Galilee Lutheran Church in Pasadena participated in 30-Hour Famine, a...
  • Question Of The Month: Pasadena Elementary School

    Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, Mrs. Hibbard’s class at Pasadena Elementary School answered the question:
    “If you could switch places with your parents for one day, what chore would you make them do?”
     
    If I could...
  • Three Pasadena Schools To Get Water Bottle Stations

    Discolored fountain water containing debris and giving off an odor – that description was enough for a www.change.org petition to gain the support of 900 supporters, with 300 more from a written petition, all of them lobbying to get cleaner drinking water for their kids at Chesapeake High...
  • An Elected School Board For Anne Arundel County

    Last month was historic for our county, our school system, our parents and our students. In a stunning and complete turnaround in policy, state legislators voted to replace Anne Arundel County's appointed school board with an elected school board.
    I have consistently pushed for an elected...
  • Fracking Ban Driven By Safety Concerns

    Standing shoulder to shoulder with Governor Larry Hogan at a recent press conference, I announced that I would partner with him in supporting the ban on fracking in Maryland.
    Fracking is the process of horizontally extracting natural gas through the pumping of water and chemicals into the ground....
  • Maryland Trust Act

    Since the election of President Donald Trump, the news media has focused a great deal on his policies to stop illegal immigration. With new policies that are trying to crack down on illegal immigration, liberal Democrats in the Maryland General Assembly attempted to pass legislation called the...
  • The Sun Sets On Another Legislative Session

    The 90-day meeting of the Maryland General Assembly has come to an end, and almost everyone agrees that it was a session we can all be proud of. A total of 935 bills and five resolutions were passed this year.
    Among those passed, I was the primary sponsor of two. The first was a bill that would...
  • PBA Update

    What a beautiful time of year. We can all get out, shed the cabin fever and start our spring planting, yard preparation and recreation activities. We have PBA members for all of your needs, so check out our directory or our website to find what you are looking for. Remember that shopping local and...
  • Business Has Blossomed For 40 Years At Maher’s Florist

    At Maher’s Florist in Pasadena, it’s all in the family. Winnie Maher opened the business on Fort Smallwood Road in 1977. Previously a bookkeeper at her sister’s florist, Maher decided to go into the business herself about a year following the closing of her sister’s store....
  • General House Marks One Year of Serving Sushi In Glen Burnie

    General House Sushi has been serving the Pasadena and Glen Burnie communities for the past year at its Mountain Road location, which previously had been known as Tokyo Sushi for 19 years before its current owner, Scott Zou, took over.
    General House is known for creating modern interpretations of...

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