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Hospice Holds 11th Fashion For A Cause

Spend an evening surrounded by runway fashion and luxury cars while giving back to a good cause. more

The Colonial Players Will Present “The White Rose”

Now through November 16, The Colonial Players Inc. of Annapolis is continuing its 71st season with the fall production of Lillian Garret-Groag’s “The White Rose.” more

The Highly Anticipated “Widows” Nearly Lives Up To The Hype, But Not Quite

“Widows” tells the story of three women not only widowed by their career-criminal husbands, but left in severe debt by them. more

Ken Brenneman Self-Publishes Children’s Book About Social Justice

Ken Brenneman’s self-published children’s book, “A Family of One,” introduces Sammy as he begins to explore his family’s diversity and discover that unique families are uniquely special. more

CTA Opens 61st Season With “Tarzan”

Children's Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) has kicked off its 61st season with “Tarzan,” based on Disney's epic animated musical adventure, and featuring music by Phil Collins. more

All In The Family: The Burrows Bond Over Sign Making

Ashley Burrows and her husband, Brian, work together to make signs. Their three children help however they can. more

AACC To Host Spring Film Festival Of Student, Alumni Work

Budding filmmakers vie for top awards in AACC’s spring film festival. Hosted by the college’s video club, the film festival will feature student work on April 26. more

Pasadena Artist Chris Davenport Makes Sheetz Design

Davenport was recently chosen as one of 11 artists to redesign the next generation of fleet trailers for Sheetz, the family-owned convenience chain. more

Derek Dunn Returns To Perform “Nutcracker” On CHS Stage

Dunn, now a principal dancer with the Boston Ballet, first performed “The Nutcracker” with Edna Lee Dance Studio when he was 9 years old. more

Taking Back Tomorrow: What Would Happen If A Virus Hit?

When he started working on his first book four years ago, Joe Coggiano discovered a fear he didn’t know he had. more

Abstract Artist Has First Private Show At Mountain Road Library

Glen Burnie artist Andrea Goggans will display a collection of her abstract paintings at the Mountain Road Library meeting room in Pasadena through November. more

Free Community Concert

The Galilee Community Concert Series will feature “The Influence of Bach in the Jazz World” at 6:30pm on Sunday, November 17, at Galilee Lutheran Church. more

Pasadena Performer Gets Ready To Ring In The Holiday

Last year, Jasmine Dominguez-Taco demonstrated her acting chops in Solley Elementary’s production of “The Jungle Book KIDS.” more

Holy Smoke To Headline Free Concert Benefitting The Way Homes

Enjoy music, fellowship and an opportunity to slow the drug epidemic by attending a free concert with the band Holy Smoke at Arundel Christian Church on December 7 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. more

Lights On The Bay Will Light The Night Starting Nov. 24

Driving through “Lights on the Bay” at Sandy Point State Park has become a tradition for many families for the past decade. more

Two Plays To Be Presented At Chesapeake Arts Center

Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn Park is abuzz with two organizations presenting productions this fall. more

Glasses Were Half-Full At Wine On The Water

Guests at Kurtz’s Beach on October 19-20 didn’t exactly turn water into wine, but they didn’t have to; the fifth annual Wine on the Water event offered them the best of both worlds. more

Anne Arundel Community Concert Association Plans For Exciting Season

This year, the Anne Arundel Community Concert Association has planned five performances by a range of musical groups. All performances are at 7:30pm at Severna Park High School, unless noted otherwise. more

Holiday Light Hot Spots

While it may not be easy to string up lights, decorating is a special part of the holidays for many people, and driving around Pasadena and Severna Park to look at lights has become a local tradition. more

BTM Brings The Chilling Story Of “The Snow Queen” To Maryland Hall

With winter on the horizon, The Ballet Theater of Maryland (BTM) is looking forward to its upcoming production. more
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