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  • The Real Estate Market Is Strong, According To RE/MAX Experience’s Pasquale Carannante

    There is no cookie-cutter formula to buying or selling a home. Sure, there are necessary steps to each process, but there are also misconceptions that complicate decisions and keep buyers and sellers from meeting their specific goals. Pasquale Carannante opened his RE/MAX Experience brokerage in...
  • Homestead Gardens Cultivates A Sense Of Community

    Although Homestead Gardens started as a small backyard business in the early 1970s, the company has grown to be considered one of the top garden destinations in the country, but no matter how big it got, its founder Don Riddle never lost sight of his roots. “It started with him,” said...
  • Blended Families Face Critical Issues In Estate Planning

    Our families change over time, as do our financial circumstances. Children and grandchildren are born, people get divorced or remarried, real estate is bought and sold, and people change jobs and roll over their retirement accounts. This is why it is important to establish an estate plan: so the...
  • About My Business: Award-Winning Marco’s Pizza

    “Ah!thentic” Italian Pizza Franchise Brings Handmade Artisan Pizza to Pasadena When Marco’s Pizza opened in Lakeshore Plaza in March 2017, owners Beth and Brian Bogard wanted to bring the Ah!thentic Italian taste of Marco’s premium handmade artisan pizza, subs, salad and...
  • Courtney Madeline Boutique Opens Brick-And-Mortar Shop

    After a year and a half of operating as an online and mobile business, Courtney Madeline Boutique officially opened a brick-and-mortar location at 4513 Mountain Road, Suite 2, in Pasadena. Owner Courtney Ozarowski did the honors of cutting the ribbon at a PBA-sponsored ceremony.
  • PBA Update

    It is hard to believe that summer is almost over. The end of summer brings all of the Pasadena Business Association events for the fall and winter. We have a golf tournament in September, a trade show in October, a parade and Veterans Day ceremony in November, and A Child’s Christmas and tree...
  • Primo Pasta Kitchen Cooks And Cares For The Community

    When Primo Pasta Kitchen opened in 2013, owner Eric Schlueter had a vision to bring the upscale dining experience he was accustomed to into a casual, family-friendly environment. Four years in, the staff has achieved that goal. Primo Pasta’s building was formerly Seaside Restaurant and Crab...
  • The Bank Of Glen Burnie Is Customer-Focused And Community-Driven

    Since 1949, The Bank of Glen Burnie has been a mainstay in Anne Arundel County – a milestone of longevity that employees attribute to customer service, competitive rates and community service. With eight branches in Anne Arundel County, the full-service bank serves as a local residential...
  • Love The Voice? Want To Help Small Businesses? Join Our Team As An Advertising Rep

    Are you interested in joining an exciting team and a company that is growing? If so, The Voice Media Inc. would like to talk with you! We are currently looking for sales candidates to help us contact local businesses in our Pasadena Voice market. The perfect candidate will reside in the Pasadena...
  • Ophthalmologist Allan Rutzen Celebrates 10 Years Of Success Stories

    A decade after founding Rutzen Eye Specialists & Laser Center in Severna Park Market Center off of Ritchie Highway, Dr. Allan Rutzen still believes that he is carrying out the mission that inspired him to join the ophthalmology profession more than 20 years ago. “Some of the most...
  • How Much Is Too Much?

    I am often asked by clients how much money they are going to need in retirement. They will ask whether 80 percent of their working income is enough. Is it 100 percent? My answer varies for each client, but I generally answer with “whatever is appropriate for you to pay your bills.”...
  • Partners In Care Moves To A New Space

    Partners In Care has a new home that combines administrative offices for the nonprofit organization with a location for The Boutique, its upscale resale shop that raises funds for its mission. The ribbon cutting for 8151-C Ritchie Highway in Pasadena also served as a farewell party for retiring CEO...
  • Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille Sets Sail For Pasadena

    Pirates know how to have a good time. They sail, they hunt for treasure and — most importantly — they like rum. Lots of it. And even if adventuring on the seven seas isn’t a practical option for most Pasadenians, they can still drink like a pirate while staying close to home. And...
  • What Are The Tax Consequences Of My Current Annuity?

    Do You Have Options? Although annuities have existed in their present form for only a few decades, the idea of paying out a stream of income to an individual or family dates back to the Roman Empire. One of the early recorded uses of annuities in the United States was by the Presbyterian Church in...
  • Pasadena Resident Expands Business Endeavors By Entering Food Truck Frenzy

    Jenos Steaks, a Severna Park icon since 1991, drove into the lucrative food truck market in late June with the introduction of the “Jeno Raider.” Bedecked with a Maryland stripe, the Jeno Raider highlights owner Rudy Adriano’s love for firetrucks and honors Jenos founder Rudy...
  • Jeanne M. Slaughter Joins Arundel Federal

    Arundel Federal Savings Bank has enlisted Jeanne M. Slaughter as marketing manager. “We are delighted to have Jeanne join the Arundel Federal family!” said Dave Costello, president of Arundel Federal Savings Bank. “She comes to us from the world of media publishing with many years...
  • Archmont Consulting Is Ready To Serve Local Businesses

    One could say that Archmont Consulting was born at a New Year’s party. While celebrating the New Year, 2016 Archbishop Spalding graduate Michael Bye asked soon-to-be 2017 Archbishop Spalding graduate Alex Cabrera if he’d be interested in forging a social media business with him. Cabrera...
  • PBA Update

    Summer is here, and that means that we at the PBA are busy planning for the annual crab feast. This is a community event, so it’s all about socializing with your friends, family, neighbors and, of course, fellow PBA members. This year’s crab feast is set for Wednesday, July 12, from 6:...
  • Plaza Garibaldi Celebrates 20 Years Of Serving Savory Tex-Mex Food

    When Plaza Garibaldi owner Maria Aguilar recently ran into the woman who originally leased the property where her restaurant now sits, the two shared a laugh. Twenty years ago when Aguilar was looking to occupy the space in Glen Burnie, the property owner was apprehensive because of challenges...
  • Coterie Boutique’s New Location Is Open For Business

    After a few years in its Mountain Road shop, Coterie Boutique has moved into a new custom-designed space in Magothy Gateway. The owner, Bess Clark, spent eight years in Los Angeles, where she worked as the executive director of a corporate law firm and grew a branch ( that focused...
  • Green Point Wellness Helps Community Understand Medicinal Cannabis Industry Coming To Maryland

    A new industry is coming to Maryland, and its first location is expected to be right here in Anne Arundel County. It might face some skepticism or even opposition, but the leadership behind Green Point Wellness — a medicinal cannabis dispensary slated to open in late 2017 — wants to...
  • PBA Update

    The PBA education committee held the annual fifth-grade straight-A lunch with 77 students who qualified as of April. Students from Bodkin, Fort Smallwood, High Point, Jacobsville, Lake Shore, Pasadena, Riviera Beach, Solley and Sunset elementary schools and St. Jane Frances School were invited to a...
  • Pasadena Dental Care Treats Patients Like Family

    At Pasadena Dental Care, patients are more than a number. The owner, Dr. Antonio Knox, opened his practice in 2003 in Lakeshore Plaza. In 2012, he moved across the street to his current location, where he shared a building with Dr. John Mosca. In 2014, upon Mosca’s retirement, Knox bought...
  • Area Businessman Now Owns Six Local McDonald’s Stores

    Keith Zolman has had a lifelong connection to McDonald’s. Keith’s father spent 50 years in the business – from 15 to 65, his parents met at a McDonald’s and Keith’s first job was at the Severna Park McDonald’s. On November 1, 2016, Keith took his involvement with...
  • So, You Want To Offer A Student A Summer Job?

    What Businesses And Teenagers Should Keep In Mind Free from the restraints and structure of a normal school day, students in the summertime have the chance to gain a little work experience. And if that isn’t an attractive incentive for the average teenager, then at least making a little bit...


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