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Holiday Events Worth the Drive

Here's a list of some holiday events that might be worth the extra drive. more

Arnold Native Writes Children’s Book On The Importance of Pollinators

Melissa Wissler published a children's book under her pen name, Melissa Harmon, titled "The Gardener Bee." more

Life Pho Offers A Phonomenal Vietnamese Experience

As the season changes and the temperature drops, here's a great way to warm yourself up from your head to your toes - it's pho! Pho is a soothing Vietnamese soup unlike any other. The dish … more

Ivy League Making Waves In Local Music Scene

A trio of Severna Park High School freshmen make up the band Ivy League, and the group released their debut album last month. more

“My Policeman” Gives Voice To People Who Are Famously Reserved

In “My Policeman,” Harry Styles plays a policeman living in the 1950s who clearly has traditional values, but he’s also a closeted gay man and deeply uncomfortable with who he is. more

Fleetwood Mac Star Lindsey Buckingham To Perform at Maryland Hall

Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac fame is scheduled to perform at Maryland Hall on November 13. more

Romantic Comedy “Ticket To Paradise” Takes Viewers On A Worthwhile Trip

An empty but fun bit of charming escapism, “Ticket to Paradise” might just be the break you need from a world under siege by depressing news cycles. more

“Hamilton” Set For Run At Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre

The highly touted musical “Hamilton” is coming to Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre October 11-30. more

Baltimore Comic-Con Returns For 23rd Year

The Baltimore Comic-Con is slated to take place at the Baltimore Convention Center October 28-30. more

Jazz Beyond Borders Presents “Blue Tapestry” At Cafe Mezzanotte

Jazz at the Mezz concerts will continue with another offering Sunday, October 16. The series is presented monthly by Jazz Beyond Borders and Severna Park restaurant Cafe Mezzanotte. more

Classic Theatre Welcomes Audiences To “Twelfth Night"

This romantic comedy from Shakespeare features separated twins, mistaken identities and, of course, love. more

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Continues Season With “Les Sylphides And Other Works”

“Les Sylphides,” set to the music of Chopin, follows the “poet” as he dances with ghostly sylphs through the dreamy atmosphere of a moonlit park. more
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