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Small Studio, Big Success

With just over 100 students, it seems unlikely that a studio of this size can turn out many high-caliber dancers. But it does. more

Artists Coming To The DMV This Summer

Looking to get out and see some live music this summer? Plenty of big names are coming to the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area. 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

First Friday Movies Return To Park Plaza

Starting Friday, June 7, community members can sit under the stars and watch movies in Park Plaza on the first Friday of the month — a Severna Park tradition since 2011. more

Pride Events Around Town, Worth The Drive

Here are some highlights of what’s coming up for Pride Month. more

Get Crooked At AAC’s Newest Festival

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

“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile” Is A New Take On True Crime

Zac Efron And Lily Collins Star In The Ted Bundy Drama, Now Streaming On Netflix more

Out Of This World: Children’s Sci-Fi Author Jonathan Roth To Visit SP Library

Jonathan Roth has met four astronauts, but he’s spent even more time with an alien named Beep and a space-school slacker named Bob. more

With “Towards Zero,” Colonial Players Invites Audiences To Play A Grim Guessing Game

The premise involves a party at the seaside home of Lady Tressilian in the town of Gull’s Point. more

ArtFarm Relocation Unearths Common Ground

With access to more than 3,000 square feet of space and free parking, the co-owners will continue to cultivate an ecosystem of growth. more

Burgers And Bands Showcases Local Talent

Here are just some of the Severna Park musicians who helped make the 2019 Burgers and Bands a success as it raised an estimated $80,000 in cash and in-kind donations. more

Dining Out: Texas Roadhouse

Even though it’s a national chain with hundreds of locations nationwide, “the Roadhouse” has been a favorite of Pasadena natives for years, and over time, it has developed its own local vibe. 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

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

PHOTO GALLERY: Made In Maryland Festival 2019

Despite rainy conditions, the third annual Made In Maryland Festival continued to draw crowds on Sunday, May 5. The event was held at Kurtz's Beach and featured more than 120 local … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Zachary’s Jewelers Hosts Mother's Day Design Contest

On Sunday, May 5, Zachary's Jewelers hosted its annual Mother's Day Jewelry Event. This event is always held the Sunday before Mother's Day. It starts at Zachary’s Jewelers in Severna Park. … more

Severna Park And Broadneck Alumni Surface From “Shark Tank” Waters With A Deal

The result of the September 2018 recording was kept quiet until the show was aired in April. more

SupremeTemptation, Guava Jelly Coming To Hatton Regester Green

Coming up at Hatton Regester Green, SupremeTemptation returns for an evening of Motown on the B&A Trail. more

Artist Paints Wine Glasses Into Full-Time Career

Grifo is currently a fifth-grade teacher at an elementary school in Fairfax, Virginia, but that’s about to change as she prepares to turn her art into her full-time career. more

What Is “Little” Trying To Be?

At first, it tries to be a “black” comedy in the vein of “Girls Trip” and “Night School,” but later, it tries to have some kind of heartfelt moral - yet it gets bogged down by mixed messaging. more
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