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Join Encore Chorales For A Free Holiday Concert

Two Encore Chorale groups will perform a holiday concert on December 15 at 3:00pm at Anne Arundel Community College’s Pascal Center for the Performing Arts (101 College Parkway in Arnold). more

“The Lighthouse Man” Marks Simon Smith’s Third Release

Severna Park author Simon Smith recently released his third novel, “The Lighthouse Man,” now available on Kindle and eBooks. more

Organize To Entertain So You’ll Enjoy Your Party As Much As Your Guests Will

Planning holiday gatherings can offer great satisfaction and appreciation. At the same time, planning, executing and cleaning up after such gatherings can be overwhelming! It doesn’t need to be. more

Admire The View And Enjoy The Food At Donnelly’s Dockside

Location, location, location! Donnelly's Dockside place has it. more

Festive Drinks For The Holiday Season

Happy holidays! It’s that time of year where there seems to be a get-together or party every weekend. If you don’t want to show up empty-handed, or if you’re the host, impress your company with these easy holiday drinks. more

The Highly Anticipated “Widows” Nearly Lives Up To The Hype, But Not Quite

The highly anticipated “Widows” nearly lives up to the hype, but not quite. more

Severna Park Artist Cranks Out Christmas Decor

Severna Park resident Robyn Hagedorn opened her Etsy shop PillowscapeDesigns in 2011. more

Sarah Wade Takes On Father’s Production Of “A Christmas Carol”

In 1981, Richard Wade produced “A Christmas Carol,” specially written for The Colonial Players of Annapolis. This year, his daughter Sarah is directing it for the first time. more

Readers Spend The Holidays With “The Magical Mrs. Claus”

“The Magical Mrs. Claus” tells the story of the sweet, loveable “Tidy” Claus, who partners with her spouse to get the annual Christmas Eve trip going. After all, the elves have to be supervised to make sure they clean up after they make the toys, and the candy canes must be counted — that’s Tidy’s job! more

Author Laura Kamoie To Discuss “My Dear Hamilton” At Severna Park Library

Get to know author Laura Kamoie, who will visit Severna Park Library on November 14. more

My Funny Valentine To Perform In Severna Park On November 1

Live On Stage And The Anne Arundel Community Concert Association Welcome Trumpeter And Vocalist During 2018-2019 Concert Season more

AACC Unveils “New Works,” A Showcase Of Faculty Art

The exhibitor’s works include photography, drawing, sculpture, painting, ceramics, and video. more

CTA Celebrates A Decade Of Productions In Its Own Theater

Founded in 1959, Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) is proud to be the longest-running youth theater program in Anne Arundel County. However, few of the people who attend or participate in … more

“First Man” Makes For First-Rate Entertainment

The film “First Man” instead allows the audience to truly feel and experience just how long it took to reach the moon, and the enormous cost of that achievement. more

Spice It Up At Salsa Tex-Mex Grill

The new Tex-Mex restaurant at 16 Magothy Beach Road in Pasadena has a modern, fun atmosphere with a variety of flavorful options. more

Ben Heemstra Is Severna Park’s Music Man

Ben Heemstra has found the ear of many local music lovers who have listened to him or the two bands he’s in: Del Florida, or Kavoosi & The Typos. The man’s got his hands in it all. more

From Stage To School Bus: Broadneck Grad Sean Hetrick Follows His Dreams As A Musician And Family Man

Hetrick's new album, his third, is slated for release in January. It has become even more emotional and evocative, he says, which stems from the happiness in his life, his family and his music. more

JAGMAC, Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing, Returns Home For Show At Rams Head Live!

JAGMAC released the six-song “Right Back With You” EP in September, concluded a 21-city tour in October and will come home to Maryland for a show at Rams Head Live! on November 10 at 3:00pm. more
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