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  • Shop Local This Holiday Season At The Providence CenterExclusive

    The Gifts That Give Shop Helps Support The Providence Center And Its Mission   Are you looking for local and handmade gifts this holiday season? The Providence Center’s Gifts that Give shop employs a local potter, Ashley Wright, and woodworker, Peter Petruk, to create items for...
  • With Shop For A Cop, Local Families Enjoy A Blue Christmas

    When Anne Arundel County police officers patrolled Pasadena on December 2, they weren’t towing their average passengers. Buckled beside them were kids. For the 14th year, the Fort Smallwood Optimist Club partnered with the police department to hold Shop With A Cop. The club provided $100...
  • Pasadena Locals Restart Holiday Boat Parade

    Andrea Menke And Mike Hatcher Partnered With Local Businesses To Bring Back A Lost Local Tradition It all started with a Facebook post. After messaging a few friends, Andrea Menke, a flight attendant for Southwest Airlines, posted to her personal Facebook page about the parade, and it took off...
  • It All Happened In 2017

    A Look Back At Our Top Stories Of The Year Students, lawmakers, business owners and volunteers in Pasadena had a busy 2017. As the months rolled by and one season gave way to another, the stories kept circulating around town about hands-on community members who were making a difference. Whether it...
  • Community Rallies To Support Local Business After Burglary

    While the rest of Pasadena slept during the early morning hours of November 8, the security system surveillance camera at Bay Area Computers & Hobbies captured video of a near-devastating crime: A burglar broke through the front door of the Pine Grove Village shop with a cinderblock and made...
  • The Tree Is Lit, And The Holiday Season Is Underway

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but unfortunately, we had to get the December edition of the paper off to the printer before Pasadena’s annual festivities signaled the official start of the holiday season. Don’t worry though — we were there on the scene at the...
  • North Shore Couple Rings In The Holiday Season

    In the Christmas classic “It’s A Wonderful Life,” 6-year-old Zuzu Bailey recites a line shared by her teacher: Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings. When he rings the bell for Salvation Army every winter, Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary volunteer Jack Wisthoff doesn...
  • Editor’s Voice

    We often hear people talk about being in the holiday spirit. I’m sure it might mean something slightly different to different people, but for the most part, we all agree on the general idea — that we’re cheerful and outgoing even toward those we don’t know, that we feel...
  • Kathy’s Treasure Towne Is Pasadena’s Newest Shopping Experience

    After months of curiosity and speculation, Pasadena’s shoppers finally have an answer as to what’s opening up in the space vacated by Mars Super Markets at 8587 Fort Smallwood Road — Kathy’s Treasure Towne, billing itself as “a truly unique experience for all.”...
  • Holiday Train Display Welcomes Guests For The Final Time

    A 23-year holiday tradition is coming to an end. John and June Sturgeon’s holiday train garden in Pasadena will close to the public after this holiday season. The garden consists of two displays in the Sturgeons’ two-car garage. They have a winter village and a summer village. The...
  • Rooted In Families, Green Haven Boasts Many Generations

    Green Haven is an eclectic mix of small beach houses — which were built in the 1920s and used for vacations or weekend getaways — and modern homes. Many Green Haven residents have lived in the neighborhood for generations, but the area also has younger first-time buyers. The community...
  • Community Briefs

    PUMC Breakfast With Santa Breakfast with Santa at Pasadena United Methodist Church is from 8:00am to 10:30am on December 9. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for children and free for kids under age 3. Santa visits from 9:30am to 10:30am. Children can also enjoy holiday crafts and games. Christmas...
  • Senator Bryan Simonaire Holds Fundraiser For VeteransExclusive

    Since the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge swept across America a few years ago, viral videos have proved to be a successful vehicle for change. One recent video inspired Senator Bryan Simonaire to draft legislation during the last session of the General Assembly and hold a special ceremony this November...
  • Santa Releases His Schedule Of Appearances Around Pasadena

    “He’s making a list, checking it twice…” Let us guess — your child just can’t get enough of Santa. No matter how many times your youngster gets to meet jolly old St. Nick, it’s never enough. The good news is that there are many — and we mean many...
  • A Tight-Knit Tradition: Tips On Making A Perfect Ugly Sweater

    It feels nice to look nice. This concept isn’t new, nor is it unpopular. Whether you spend an exorbitant amount of time in front of the mirror prior to a social engagement, or simply take 15 minutes to shower and put on a clean shirt, there’s a certain feeling you get when you walk into...
  • Regifting: If And How To Do It (Politely, That Is)

    “Gee, thanks — I love the sweater! But isn’t it the same one that Grandma gave you three years ago?” It’s safe to say most people want to avoid a question like the one above, right? But that isn’t to say that the art of re-gifting is always tacky. While re-...
  • Santa Releases His Schedule Of Appearances Around Severna Park

    “He’s making a list, checking it twice…” Let us guess — your child just can’t get enough of Santa. No matter how many times your youngster gets to meet jolly old St. Nick, it’s never enough. The good news is that there are many — and we mean many...
  • Annual Lakeshore Plaza Winter Carnival Scheduled For December 2Exclusive

    Lakeshore Plaza’s annual Winter Carnival, scheduled for Saturday, December 2 from 10:30am to 1:30pm, will feature student musical groups from six different Anne Arundel County public schools. The free event, sponsored by St. John Properties, will take place at the shopping center located near...
  • Decorating In Style And Safely

    Deck the halls with boughs of holly, not folly. While this may be the assumption, it’s not always the end result.   Over the past few years, the number of injuries associated with holiday decorating has been on the rise, perhaps because of the sheer availability of consumer d...
  • Special Gifts For Everyone On Your List

    Holiday shopping can start with so much promise. After all, who doesn’t get giddy at the thought of giving? But the exercise can quickly become stressful. Remember that “Everybody Loves Raymond” episode where Raymond subscribes his parents to a fruit of the month club and Marie...
  • A Local Guide To Desserts And Baked Goods

    The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s are filled with specialty foods, delicious meals and decadent desserts. If your days will be spent planning the meals, shopping for the perfect ingredients or preparing the food, why not skip the final course this holiday season and let any one of...
  • Galilee Sets Record For “Christmas Child” BoxesExclusive

    Operation Christmas Child was a huge success, with Galilee Lutheran Church putting together a record 510 boxes. Of those 510 boxes, 130 were stuffed with supplies during a packing party on Thursday, November 16.   The church thanks the many people who embraced this project to fill...
  • Get Out Of The Kitchen: Catering Options Are Available For Parties Big And Small

    If working away over a hot stovetop just makes you all sweaty and stressed out by the time your guests arrive, then don’t! Why cook for your crowd when you can have caterers take care of the hassle for you. You might have reservations about getting a caterer because you think your party isn...
  • PBA Parade Shines Bright Despite Gray Skies

    For one colorful and fun-filled afternoon on Sunday, November 5, Pasadena received a visit from an eclectic and outlandish roster of people — troll dolls, 18th-century farmers, fairytale characters, superheroes, jungle animals, and even Santa and Mrs. Claus, all of whom had come together to...
  • Listening Sessions Solicit Citizen Input For General Development Plan

    How Do Anne Arundel’s Residents Envision The County 20 Years From Now? When people think about planning for the future, they might think about career goals, health goals or family goals. They might consider how they could retire earlier, quit smoking or have another baby. But what about...

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