February 18, 2018
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  • Weekend Events February 16-18

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! Here's what's going on around town this weekend. Friday, February 16   Learn To Play Necromunda at Warhammer Mountain Marketplace. 12:00-8:00pm. More info here.   Friday Night Paint Night at Artsy Partsy. 4:00-8:00pm. More info here.  ...
  • Weekend Events February 9-11

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! Check out what's going on around town this weekend, including some early Valentine's Day events.  Friday, February 9   Blues @ Home: Mississippi’s Living Blues Legends By H.C. Porter at Maryland Hal. Runs through March 3. More info here....
  • Valentine's Day Specials Around Town

    If you're looking for somewhere special to take your special someone, look no further. We've got you covered with our list of places around town offering special menus on Valentine's Day.  Valentine’s Day with the Fam at The Greene Turtle. Kids eat for FREE at The...
  • Weekend Events February 2-4

    Check out what's happening around town this weekend, Pasadena.  Friday, February 2   Friday Night Paint Night at Artsy Partsy. 4:00-8:00pm. More info here.   Happy Hour With Peter James at Twain’s Tavern. 5:00-9:00pm. More info here.   Parents Night...



  • PBA Update

    The Pasadena Business Association started the new year with its election of officers and board members. Doug Cashmere of Ace Hardware & Hearth is the president, Brian Conrad of Edward Jones is vice president, Linda Loane of Pasadena Pawn & Gun is treasurer, Angela Balsamo of Coffee News is...
  • Now with 14 employees, and celebrating her 15th year in business, Misty Schulze said she takes pride in getting to know and really understand her clients’ needs.

    Misty Clean Celebrates 15 Sparkling Years In Pasadena

    Misty Schulze originally did not consider Misty Clean to be her shot at the American dream, especially since she was a one-woman crew. “In the beginning, it was just me, and that grew to include an office scheduler whom I deem ‘scheduler extraordinaire’ because she is amazing...
  • Suzanne Galford has been working in the flower industry since she was 15. She has owned Suzanne’s Florist on Mountain Road since 1990.

    Suzanne Galford Celebrates 50 Years In The Flower Industry

    Galford Has Owned Suzanne's Florist In Pasadena For 28 Years Suzanne Galford found what she wanted to do early on in life, and she has stuck with it for the past 50 years. In 1990, Galford opened Suzanne’s Florist on Mountain Road. At the beginning, it was she and her sister-...

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  • Brandi Burkhardt has done two runs on Broadway, and she has appeared in popular TV shows “How I Met Your Mother,” “Mad Men,” “NCIS” and “Boston Legal.”

    From Coast To Coast, Pasadena Native Pursues Acting Dream

    Brandi Burkhardt Has Appeared Onscreen And Onstage From New York To Los Angeles   Brandi Burkhardt’s first acting role was in a production at Chesapeake High School.   Now, Burkhardt has acted onscreen and onstage from coast to coast.   When Burkhardt first...
  • Kimmary MacLean has been dancing since she was a little girl. This piece she made is hanging in one of the dance studios at the Creative and Performing Arts of South County.

    Jack Of All Arts

    The word “artist” doesn’t do Kimmary MacLean justice.   MacLean owns the Creative and Performing Arts of South County, a studio that provides classes and education in dance, music, visual and dramatic arts. In addition to those media, MacLean paints, draws and does...
  • Edwin Calvert Releases “The Calvert Family Of Anne Arundel County”

    Fifty years of research paid off at the end of 2017 when local nonagenarian Edwin Calvert published “The Calvert Family of Anne Arundel County,” documenting not only his family’s multigenerational ties to the area but also how farmers lived and worked in the 1930s. The book draws...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • The Maryland General Assembly

    The holidays are over and the kids are back in school. Mid-January means one thing in Annapolis: the start of the Maryland General Assembly session. Governor Larry Hogan has shown that he and his administration are dedicated to improving Maryland’s future by improving its education system, infrastructure and public safety without increasing taxes or our debt. The $17.7 billion budget continues to responsibly fund all necessary state-funded programs and agencies without raiding special funds or raising taxes on Maryland’s citizens. One of the main initiatives in the governor’s budget this year is again his historic funding of K-12 education. The Hogan administration’s...
  • This Year’s Legislation Affecting Pasadena

    The 2018 legislative session looks to be a contentious and partisan spectacle during this election year; however, I am committed to put aside the partisan posturing and work to help the people of Maryland. Reduce Taxes First and highly important is that we work with Governor Larry Hogan to pass...
  • A Look At Governor Hogan’s Budget

    Governor Larry Hogan has once again delivered a balanced budget that does not depend on tricks or gimmicks, and most importantly, there are no tax increases! The governor’s budget proposal is 100 percent structurally balanced, it provides record funding for K-12 education and it continues to...
  • Making A Historical Promotion

    It’s not every day that you can become a part of history, but in December, Jennifer Gilbert-Duran did so. Last month, I had the honor, privilege and pleasure to promote Lieutenant Jennifer Gilbert-Duran to the rank of captain. As a captain, she is the highest-ranking sworn female ever in the...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Department Of Health Offers Food Safety Tips For The Holiday Season

    The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 48 million Americans get sick from foodborne illnesses each year. Infants, the elderly and those with compromised immune systems are at the greatest risk.
    While preparing seasonal foods to enjoy with your family and friends, you can reduce your risk of foodborne illness with the following suggestions.
    ·         At the grocery store, purchase cold foods like meat and poultry last. Get them home quickly and put them in the refrigerator. Freeze meats if not cooking within two days.
    ·         Wash hands and surfaces with...

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