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CHS Art Students’ Work Displayed In Library, Rumor Meal

Since she took over Chesapeake High School’s Art Club this year, Carly Kriewald is trying to create new opportunities for her students. more

East Coast Murder Mystery Presents First Show August 31

East Coast Murder Mystery will present its first show on Saturday, August 31. 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

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

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

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

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

Fine Food And Service Have Been Staples At Sunset Restaurant & Lounge For More Than 50 Years

Sunset Restaurant & Lounge in Glen Burnie provides a hearty dose of character and charm, topping it off with a helping of nostalgia. more

“Mamma Mia!” Is Back By Popular Demand At Toby’s Dinner Theatre

Audiences around the globe love this musical for its high energy, fast-paced love story, and music. It was a smash hit on Broadway, running for more than 14 years and 6,000 performances. On film, it has grossed more than $615 million. 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

Dining Out: Romilo's

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

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

Book Recommendations From The Public Library

Are you looking for a good beach read as summer winds down? Perhaps you’re seeking a story to capture your son or daughter’s interest as they enjoy the last few weeks before school starts. 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

Chesapeake Grad Continues Design Journey With Freelance Business And Art School

Lauren Ortega became interested in graphic design as a sophomore, and after taking design courses at Anne Arundel County’s Center of Applied Technology North (CAT-North), she launched her own company during her junior year. more

Not Worth The Chase: “Cold Pursuit”

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

Pasadena’s Reed Sigmon Plays Servant To Renaissance Festival’s King Henry

This fall is Pasadena resident Reed Sigmon's second season as a member of the Company of the Rose, the festival's acting team. Sigmon, playing the role of Master Francis Weston, is privileged to be a personal servant to Henry and be part of the king’s privy chamber. more

Student Artwork Shines At Mountain Road Library

The event space at the Mountain Road Library is full of color this month. more

David Messenger Plays All Over The Radio Dial

Messenger performs at locations around Pasadena with his band Radio Graffiti. more
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