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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 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

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

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

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

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

Dining Out: Mi Pueblo II

Dine South Of The Border This Summer At Mi Pueblo II — At Least In Spirit more

County Fair Continues To Emphasize Pageantry

 Whether people were competing in a pie-eating contest, petting farm animals, watching their kids enjoy carnival-style rides, or checking out the arts and crafts, there was plenty to marvel at during the Anne Arundel County Fair. more

An Inside Look Into Brigid Kemmerer’s New Book

In her most recent novel, “Call It What You Want,” Kemmerer explores a modern retelling of the beloved folk tale “Robin Hood.” more

“Toy Story 4” Offers Something For Everyone

We are finally left with a product that feels like a true ending where Woody has found a purpose and the toys are in their proper places; perhaps now Pixar can leave well enough alone. more

Pasadena Author Tells Tales Of International Business In New Book

Colegrove details his many adventures, as well as the realities of international business, in his new book, “Accidental Internationalist.” more

Fantastic Foods: The Most Unique Menu Items Around Pasadena

The Voice staff sought unique dishes that can’t be found anywhere else nearby — entrees and desserts with a twist. more

Brian Hardy: Climbing The Ropes And The Charts

It's been an exciting year for Brian Hardy. A 2008 graduate of Northeast High School, Hardy has seen his professional wrestling and musical careers ascend to new heights in 2019. more

CTA Transports Audiences To Narnia In “The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe”

The Children's Theatre of Annpolis presents “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” from February 1 through 10. more

Live Music Roundup

Here’s a look of some January and February concerts worth noting. more

Local Stitchers Group Knits One, Friends Two

Ten years ago, friends Teri Kepner and Lyn Clapp answered a meet-up ad seeking knitters and crocheters in the hopes of creating a stitching group. more
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