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AACC Presents A Staged Reading Of “Hurricane Diane”

The story follows Diane as she returns to modern-day earth to help stop the effects of climate change. more

Award-Winning Banjoist To Play Annapolis Show

Alison Brown blends bluegrass and jazz influences into a sonic tapestry. more

Photo Book Shows The Majesty Of Kent Island Nature

In her new photo book, “Kent Island Waterscapes,” Dale Hall considers the ever-changing beauty of the Chesapeake Bay’s largest island. more

A Turkey, A Princess And A Few Lessons

Severna Park children’s author Julia Inserro is back with two new stories this holiday season. more

Gabe Dixon To Perform At Rams Head

Singer/songwriter and Tedeschi Trucks Band keyboardist Gabe Dixon is embarking on his “Just Passing Through” headline tour this winter with a stop at Rams Head On Stage on December 16. more

“Napoleon” Is Entertaining But Not Quite Epic

"Napoleon" leaves film critic underwhelmed. more

Celebrate The Season With Classic And Contemporary Holiday Entertainment

Holiday productions are out in full force at theaters across the region. more

The Bards Take Listeners On A Journey With “Tales From The Swindling Serpent”

The 14-song record is a follow-up to their self-titled debut that was released in November 2021. more

Court Is In Session: “12 Angry Jurors” Opens At AACC

The original screenplay was written in 1955 and based on the writer’s experience as a juror. more

Mural Depicts Severna Park’s Past And Present

Park Pharmacy called upon graphic design artist Joe Barsin, and his wife, Eva, to create a decor rebrand. more

Jim Patton And Sherry Brokus Return to Anne Arundel County

The Severna Park natives will play songs from across their career. more

Live Arts Maryland Presents “Out Of This World: Susan Gabriel Lights Up Annapolis”

Susan Gabriel plans to offer a playful, and at times poignant, take on life. more
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