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CHS Marches To The State Championship

After a long competition at Towson University, members of the Chesapeake High School marching band returned to Pasadena as Maryland state champions on October 26. more

Live Music Roundup: November’s Biggest Hits

Here in Pasadena, great music is never far from home! Join local venues in welcoming these regional groups performing this November. more

Ballet Theatre of Maryland Issues Season Update

BTM is suspending the remainder of its season until performance attendance would not put audiences at risk. more

Author Writes Book On The History Of The Rock Band The Eagles

With the first iconic strum of the guitar on their first hit “Take It Easy,” the Eagles set a new direction for the country-rock-infused California sound. Rik Forgo, an author based in Pasadena, spent the last two years compiling information, interviewing and building a micro-history of the group’s origin story. 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

Digital Photography Club Displays Work At Gallery 90

The work of members of the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis is being featured in an exhibit in Hospice of the Chesapeake’s Gallery 90 through February 28. 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

Country Singer Takes Center Stage After Performance Goes Viral

Arundel Wildcats defensive end Jackson Dean made sure his Senior Night was one that no one would soon forget. more

New Book Releases By Local Authors

Check out these new releases with ties to Pasadena. more

Maryland Hall To Screen “I'm Not Leaving”

When the 1994 Rwandan genocide broke out, Carl Wilkens was the only American who refused to leave the country. In 2011, Wilkens completed the book “I’m Not Leaving” to detail those days. A 40-minute documentary by the same title was later released. more

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Presents “Snow White” For Its 40th Anniversary Season

The show runs on February 22-February 24 in Annapolis. more

Wine On The Water Returns To Kurtz’s Beach For Its Fifth Year

Join Kurtz’s Beach for Wine On The Water in support of the Tate Cancer Center on October 19 and 20 from noon-5:00pm. more

It’s All That And A Bag Of Chips: Die Laughing Productions To Present “Hit Me 90’s One More Time”

Their ninth and newest murder mystery, “Hit Me 90’s One More Time,” will debut at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis on February 27 at 8:00pm. more

Shyamalan Can’t Break Away From Mediocrity With “Glass”

Despite coming from a director known for either producing fantastic thrills or spectacular flops, “Glass” seems to fall right in the middle. more

Opera AACC To Showcase Its Sophisticated “Sweeney Todd” Production

As the saying goes, “revenge is a dish best served cold” — advice that Victorian-era barber Sweeney Todd took literally. more

Mother And Daughter Rediscover Connection To Art

Pasadena painter Celia Poteet remembers her mother, commercial artist Elsie Cullins, creating works of art at the family’s kitchen table as she and her siblings watched. more

Bonchon In Pasadena Has Exciting, Flavorful Options

Now my only fear is that I won’t get another chance to eat Bonchon’s chicken wings again in the near future. more

Sylwia Ok Earns Prestigious Recognitions

Ok has been interested in art and design longer than she can remember, but her professional career didn’t begin in photography. more

CAC To Celebrate Arts In The Park

Local artists will exhibit and offer their work for sale, while a festival of live music will be presented from 11:00am to 3:00pm. more
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