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Phil Vassar To Perform Two Shows At Rams Head On Stage On Oct. 11

Phil Vassar will bring two energetic performances in one evening to Rams Head On Stage. more

Fort Smallwood Productions Will Soon Begin 48 Hour Film Project

The team will compete in a field full of films about aliens, spacecrafts, fake blood and rumbling undercurrents, according to the project website. more

Baltimore Comic-Con Is A Fan-Based Experience

Whether comic book fans like to dress up as their favorite superheroes or simply follow their stories in print, Baltimore Comic-Con introduces them to a unique experience. more

Brian Hardy: Climbing The Ropes And The Charts

It's been an exciting year for Brian Hardy. A 2008 graduate of Northeast High School, Hardy has seen his professional wrestling and musical careers ascend to new heights in 2019. more

Ken Brenneman Self-Publishes Children’s Book About Social Justice

Ken Brenneman’s self-published children’s book, “A Family of One,” introduces Sammy as he begins to explore his family’s diversity and discover that unique families are uniquely special. more

Abstract Artist Has First Private Show At Mountain Road Library

Glen Burnie artist Andrea Goggans will display a collection of her abstract paintings at the Mountain Road Library meeting room in Pasadena through November. more

Anne Arundel Community Concert Association Plans For Exciting Season

This year, the Anne Arundel Community Concert Association has planned five performances by a range of musical groups. All performances are at 7:30pm at Severna Park High School, unless noted otherwise. more

County Fair Continues To Emphasize Pageantry

 Whether people were competing in a pie-eating contest, petting farm animals, watching their kids enjoy carnival-style rides, or checking out the arts and crafts, there was plenty to marvel at during the Anne Arundel County Fair. more

BTM Brings The Chilling Story Of “The Snow Queen” To Maryland Hall

With winter on the horizon, The Ballet Theater of Maryland (BTM) is looking forward to its upcoming production. more

Downs Park Presents Last Two Summer Shows

Are you ready to rock? The Friends of Downs Park will count down the end of summer with two September concerts, The Back Pages Band on September 22 and Sub-Radio on September 29, both from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. more

Riviera Beach Library To Hold Farewell Event

Celebrate 48 years of the Riviera Beach Library with activities and cake during the branch’s farewell open house event on September 28 from 2:00pm-4:00pm. more

“Good Boys” Is Chocked Full Of Funny Sophomoric Humor

Seth Rogan recently joked on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” that his nephews are starting to believe he isn’t really an actor, because they are never allowed to see his movies. more

County Fair Continues A Special Tradition

The fair comes to the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Crownsville. Each day brings a different slate of entertainment, contests, shows, displays, foods and goods offered by fair vendors. 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

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

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

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

East Coast Murder Mystery Presents First Show August 31

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