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The Suits To Perform In Annapolis

The Suits are comprised of four musicians performing four genres of hit music: Motown, doo wop, pop and rock. more

Reservations Are Open For Annapolis Restaurant Week

Restaurants will offer special fixed-price menus featuring two-course breakfasts, two-course lunches and three-course dinners. more

Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra And Broadneck High School Present “A Celtic Collaboration”

This performance is part of Lúnasa's U.S. tour, promising a unique blend of symphonic and Celtic melodies. more

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Presents “Momentum: A Mixed Bill”

On February 23 and 24, Ballet Theatre of Maryland will premiere seven new works in “Momentum: A Mixed Bill” at Maryland Hall. more

Severna Park Artist Unveils “A New Endeavour”

Psychologist Dr. William N. Collins opened an Annapolis exhibit called “A New Endeavour.” more

Woods Church’s Production Of “The Secret Garden” Promises To Dazzle And Inspire Audiences

Woods Church is putting on a production of “The Secret Garden,” a Broadway adaptation of the classic novel written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, from March 8-10 and March 15-17. more

Arnold Woodworker Carves Out Time For Growing Hobby

Many of the items Boone creates, which he offers for sale online, reflect his personal interests and passions. more

Compass Rose Theater To Showcase “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

An eclectic group of six competitors will vie for the championship of a lifetime during Compass Rose Theater’s upcoming production. more

Annapolis Film Festival Seeks Submissions For 2024 Shorts Challenge

Five filmmaker finalists will vie to win a production package valued at more than $30,000 to assist them in making their short film. more

Toby’s Musical “A Chorus Line” Continues Through March

The musical follows several dancers as they pursue their Broadway dreams and seek their moment in the spotlight. more

Groundhog’s Day: Shadows, Chills And Thrills

The 137th annual Groundhog’s Day radiated a unique and peculiar seasonal American atmosphere. more

Retired Cop’s Novel Brings Crime On Baltimore Streets Into Focus

Steve Danko Sr.'s second book, “Charm City Boys,” self-published and released last October, is a must-read for American history buffs and Maryland natives. more
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