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Stand Up For…Theatre Presents “A Few Good Men”

The play tells the story of military lawyers who expose a high-level conspiracy involving institutionalized bullying at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. more

Dining Out: Donnelly's Dockside

If you enjoy fresh, well-cooked food in a pretty bayside setting, try Donnelly’s Dockside (and don’t forget to order the nachos). more

Nicole Caracia Named New Artistic Director Of Chesapeake Arts Center

Chesapeake Arts Center and its board of directors announced that Nicole Caracia will become the company’s artistic director. more

The Capitol Steps Are Coming To Annapolis May 17

The Capitol Steps are making America grin again? The group of political satirists has been putting politics and scandal to music for more than 30 years, and on May 17, the comedians will come to Rams … more

Sarah Koenig Of "Serial" To Speak At Maryland Hall

Ahead of Sarah Koenig speaking at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts this Friday, The Voice spoke with Margaret Davis, CEO and president of Maryland Hall. more

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

PHOTO GALLERY: Made In Maryland Festival 2019

Despite rainy conditions, the third annual Made In Maryland Festival continued to draw crowds on Sunday, May 5. The event was held at Kurtz's Beach and featured more than 120 local … 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

Blind Pianist Brings “That Swing” To Benefit Concert At Galilee

Otis Stroup will perform a selection of classics most listeners will recognize while adding his own twist of jazz, audience rapport and variations from the upbeat, boogie-woogie sounds of the Tin Pan Alley genre. more

Before She Was The Queen Of Pop

With the film, Guido set out to dispel a misconception that Madonna was a talentless entertainer who became famous by being promiscuous. more

Briah Ryan Sees Creativity Everywhere

Ryan is the Mountain Road Library’s Artist of the Month for April. Her exhibit features acrylic paintings in her three styles: sgraffito, meditative and mindful. more

Pasadena Native Adds “Marvel,” More Projects To Resume

“Marvel Rising” follows the new generation of Marvel superheroes, and the miniseries will ultimately consist of five issues. more

Creative And Original, Peele’s “Us” Is An Instant Classic

Deeply unsettling from beginning to end, Jordan Peele’s sophomore film does not disappoint. more

Northeast High School Team Wins At ProStart Student Invitational

The students compete for scholarships and the privilege of representing Maryland on the national level. more

Made In Maryland Festival Offers Fun Day On The Chesapeake

The family event draws more than 2,500 people each year to enjoy a day of relaxation, games, food, live music and more, all while basking in the beauty of the Chesapeake Bay. more

Dining Out: Picantillo Restaurant

The menu is extensive, and it has something for everyone, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. more

Benefit Concert Featuring Pasadena Artists To Support Mental Health Organization

The concert benefits The Lance & Ryan Fund, which is named after two Pasadena residents who died of overdoses. more

Seventh Annual Annapolis Film Festival: Truth In Storytelling

This year’s theme brings forward the voices of truth seekers across multiple industries, including filmmaking. more

Dining Out: Romilo's

Classic Mediterranean Menu And New Interior Design Make Romilo’s A Must-Visit Place more

Not Worth The Chase: “Cold Pursuit”

“Cold Pursuit” had so much potential. Unfortunately, I was rather disappointed. more
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