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Dining Out: Mi Pueblo II

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

Where To Celebrate The Moon Landing Anniversary

If you want to learn more about the historic accomplishment or celebrate with others, here are a few places to visit. more

Ra Ra Riot Talks New Album In Advance Of Maryland Concert

“Superbloom” isn’t just the name of Ra Ra Riot’s new album due on August 9; it’s also a good word to describe the band’s burgeoning success. more

Photojournalist Jermaine Gibbs On Exhibit In Gallery 90

A native of Baltimore, Gibbs has been traveling around the world since 2010 grasping hold to glimpses of various cultures. more

Fourth Of July Fireworks Around Town

Here's where to catch some lavish light shows up close. more

Fun Food Events To Feast On This Summer

Do you like crabs? We have good news for you. Do you dislike crabs? We have good news for you. more

Director Jason Beall Muses On Upcoming “Songs For A New World”

As Annapolis Summer Garden Theater prepares to open its second show of the 2019 season, we took a moment to pick the brain of director Jason Beall and get his thoughts on the production. more

Pasadena Theatre Company To Put On “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

This fun-for-all-ages production features a cast of 11 from a wide range of ages and backgrounds. more

Joe Romano To Dazzle Pasadena This Summer

Don’t blink, or you might miss it. Joe Romano is bringing his magical talents — and the magic of reading — to Riviera Beach Library on Tuesday, June 25. more

Adjust The Sails Sets Course For Uncharted Musical Waters

Adjust the Sails’ third EP, “You Asked For It,” spans less than 12 minutes, but in those minutes, singer-songwriter Shane Hurst harnesses 25 years of life experience to explore the … more

With “Towards Zero,” Colonial Players Invites Audiences To Play A Grim Guessing Game

Just as the actors have work to do in becoming their characters, the audience has a job as well: finding the killer. Join Colonial Players for “Towards Zero” and see if you can solve the mystery. more

“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile” Is A New Take On True Crime

Zac Efron And Lily Collins Star In The Ted Bundy Drama, Now Streaming On Netflix more

Dining Out: Texas Roadhouse

Even though it’s a national chain, “the Roadhouse” has been a favorite of Pasadena natives for years, and over time, it has developed its own local vibe. more

Artists Coming To The DMV This Summer

Looking to get out and see some live music this summer? Plenty of big names are coming to the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area. more

Pride Events Around Town, Worth The Drive

Here are some highlights of what’s coming up for Pride Month. more

Get Crooked At AAC’s Newest Festival

This summer, Crooked Crab Brewing Company is hosting its inaugural Get Crooked Fest, which brings together local breweries and local musicians to benefit a local cause. more

Longtime Pasadena Resident Makes Directorial Debut

Local multimedia artist Ben Paul Morris and a team of credited colleagues are consumed with completing their entry for the 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP), an international filmmaking competition. more

Project Researches Impact Of Dance On Students

“Kids need movement. Young students, especially, need to be able to get up and move. When you integrate that into the everyday learning that takes places, it just seems more natural for them.” more

Sloe Jim Has Played Music Of All Speeds For Pasadena Patrons

Known by the stage name Sloe Jim, Jim Matteo has performed around Pasadena for more than 30 years as both a solo artist and as a member of eccentrically named bands. more

What Is “Little” Trying To Be?

At first, it tries to be a “black” comedy, but later, it tries to have some kind of heartfelt moral - yet it gets bogged down by mixed messaging. more
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