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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

Join Toby’s For “Shrek The Musical”

In a faraway kingdom, an unlikely hero finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue. more

The Call Of The Wild: A Sterilized Remake With No Bite

The brutal source material behind “The Call of the Wild” always seems to get the Disney treatment and always becomes a happy story about dogs. more

Wash Away Your Cravings With A Meal At Sullivan’s Cove

Sullivan’s Cove is a new restaurant that has taken over the space previously owned by Annapolis Seafood. more

Pasadena Native Follows His Hollywood Dreams

Every child dreams of being a part of Hollywood magic. For one Pasadena native, this dream became a reality. more

Pasadena Mom Combines Love Of Art And Children

While growing up in Eastern Russia, Svetlana Holt developed and fostered a love of art. However, it was only recently that the Pasadena mom has been able to turn that passion for art into a small enterprise. more

Author Brings Paranormal, Mystery And Passion In Latest Page-Turning Release

Thanks to smash hits like “Twilight,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Charmed,” just to name a few, it seems just about everyone is in love with passionate vampires, werewolves and other paranormal creatures. more

Annapolis Restaurant Week Returns Feb. 29

Annapolis Restaurant Week will celebrate its 12th year from February 29 to March 8. more

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto Announces Her Retirement

Throughout her career, she has served in many roles including artistic director, choreographer, ballet mistress, adjunct faculty, teacher, and principal dancer in companies and universities throughout the country. more

Chesapeake Arts Center Welcomes New Executive Director

The Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) board of directors has appointed Donna Anderson as executive director. more

Twain’s Tavern Proves Why It’s A Pasadena Favorite

Come for the music, trivia or the menu, which includes burgers, steak and shrimp cargot. more

Captivating Characters Shine In “The Gentlemen”

Guy Ritchie has tapped back into the gang-busting, slick-talking, working-class British magic he became famous for. 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

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

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

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

New Slate Of TV Shows Delivers Drama And Fun

With the ever-expanding network of shows available through cable and streaming services, how can you decide what shows are worth your time? Check out this handy guide of newly released and upcoming programs to find a few that fit your preferences. more

Taking Back Tomorrow: What Would Happen If A Virus Hit?

When he started working on his first book four years ago, Joe Coggiano discovered a fear he didn’t know he had. more

Pasadena Performer Gets Ready To Ring In The Holiday

Last year, Jasmine Dominguez-Taco demonstrated her acting chops in Solley Elementary’s production of “The Jungle Book KIDS.” more

Holiday Light Hot Spots

While it may not be easy to string up lights, decorating is a special part of the holidays for many people, and driving around Pasadena and Severna Park to look at lights has become a local tradition. more
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