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AMFM Gives Back With Free Annapolis Christmas Shows

The two programs, which include prerecorded performances by area musicians, will be streamed on AMFM’s YouTube channel. more

Movies And Shows To Stream This Holiday Season

Here are just a few of the movies that are sure to make you smile this holiday season. more

Home For The Holidays At Toby’s

Toby’s Dinner Theatre in Columbia is welcoming patrons to an uplifting and joyous celebration called “Home for the Holidays” now through January 3. more

“Mank” Is A Stunning Film That Examines Hollywood’s Seedy Side

In the film industry, the year 2020 has been characterized by straight-to-video releases, delayed premieres, and cancellations, and yet “Mank,” the new film from director David Fincher, may be one of the year’s finest films. more

The Independent's “51 Favorite Books Of 2020”

The nonprofit Washington Independent Review of Books, host of the annual Washington Writers Conference, has announced its 51 Favorite Books of 2020. more

Restaurants Offer Catering Options To Make The Season Bright

A smaller party means more funds to amp up the food, and local restaurants have what you need to make the days bright. more

Library Offers Sweet Baking Experience

Though traveling out of the country is not an easy feat these days, the Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) is bringing the French pastry experience to kitchens throughout the county. more

At Ledo Pizza, Patrons Get More Than A Square Deal

Food critic Marry Cobbler shares her thoughts on the pizza and a vegetable calzone. more

“The Witches” Is A Frightening, Family-Friendly Flick

“The Witches” is an aesthetically pleasing film that is at times funny, nerve-wracking and almost hard to watch. more

“The Social Dilemma” Explores The Insidious Nature Of Social Media

“The Social Dilemma” is a terrifying new documentary from Netflix which doesn’t necessarily present us with much new information (we have known for a while that social media can have harmful side effects) but brings all the information together to present a compelling and hair-raising thesis. more

Founders Tavern And Grille Offers A Touch of Class In Pasadena

Founders Tavern and Grille offers a surprising touch of class, along with great food and excellent service. more

Brushing Dust Off Books: Public Libraries During COVID

In some cases, appointments must be called in an hour prior. In other areas, walk-in appointments can be made to browse the library and use computers. more

Author Pens Sixth Book, A Thriller About A Serial Killer

Harry Carpenter’s newest book, “Memoirs of a Crazed Mind,” was self-published on July 31. more

Local Event Update

Here is an update on a few of Anne Arundel County’s seasonal favorites. more

Netflix’s “The Old Guard” Is A Fresh Take On The Superhero Genre

“The Old Guard” has slick and engaging fight scenes, characters you can root for, and a story that’s believable. more

The Movie Industry Has Changed For Good

Cinemas were already facing stiff competition before the coronavirus struck. In the age of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and many other streaming services, many consumers found it hard to justify spending $30 for a night out at the movies when $8 could get them an entire month’s worth of entertainment. more

Library’s Contactless Curbside Pickup, Telephone Help To Start June 8

Library staff will offer contactless curbside pickup from 10:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Saturday, at all locations with a few exceptions. more

Virtual Concert Series Raises Over $20,000 For Local Musicians

The Annapolis Town Center created a platform in which Annapolitan musicians could not only share their talent but also make a profit. more

Maryland Historical Society Announces New, Free Virtual Programs To Celebrate And Discuss Exhibitions

The Maryland Historical Society’s mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the history, art and culture of Maryland. more

The Show Must Go On: Keeping The Arts Alive

Amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic, many theaters and arts groups have closed their doors, postponing and cancelling performances until further notice. Some groups, however, are carrying the phrase “the show must go on” into this time of challenging circumstance. more
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