Arts & Entertainment
184 results total, viewing 21 - 40

The Triumphant Return Of Live Shows

These are some of the most anticipated shows coming to the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area this fall. more

Comic-Con Returns To Baltimore

The 2021 Baltimore Comic-Con is set to take place October 22-24 at the Baltimore Convention Center. more

Former Sheriff Publishes Sequel To “Silent Blue Tears”

Former sheriff Ron Bateman released the second book in his “Silent Blue Tears” crime fiction series. more

The Final Stage Of France-Merrick Performing Arts Center Construction

The Hippodrome Foundation Inc. is commencing with a $18.6 million renovation and revitalization project of the M&T Bank Pavilion. more

Warriors In The Park: Concert Will Honor Military Heroes, First Responders

The Annapolis festival will be held on 9/11 from 1:00pm to 9:00pm. Headlining the concert is the hard rock band VEER. more

Savoring Severna Park Crab Cakes

We checked out two restaurants that you, the readers, voted as your favorites during the last Best of Severna Park contest. more

Erika Robuck Brings Local WWII Spy To Life In New Thriller

Erika Robuck has always loved a good story. more

Art In The Park To Be Held September 19

Art in the Park will be held in Severna Park on Sunday, September 19, hosted by Cafe Mezzanote, Severna Park Voice and Jazz Beyond Borders. more

Severna Park’s Skribe Opens For Darius Rucker In Virginia

Skribe performed as the opening act for Darius Rucker. more

Sorry To Burst Your Bubble, But “Candyman” Falls Short Of Being A Horror Classic

The cast is full of up-and-comers, and the film itself is the “spiritual” sequel to the legendary 1992 slasher of the same name. more

Author’s Book Urges Readers They Are “Built To Belong”

Natalie Franke shares experiences to demonstrate that humans long of connection and cannot thrive without community. more

Toby’s Dinner Theatre Presents “Godspell”

"Godspell" will run at Toby's Dinner Theatre through October 31. more

Quilter’s Masterpiece To Display At International Festival

A handmade quilt by Arnold resident Julie Antinucci has been selected into the International Quilt Festival. more

Faith’s Palette Art Studio Brings Flair To Cape St. Claire

Faith’s Palette Art Studio has found a niche in Cape St. Claire. more

Anne Arundel County Fair Returns For A Week Of Fun

The Anne Arundel County Fair is coming back to the fairgrounds for family fun and games from September 15-19. more

Annapolis Opera Announces 2021–2022 Season

The team at Annapolis Opera is ecstatic to welcome guests back to the theater as they share stories that honor, explore and celebrate the world. more

Daniela Soledade And Nate Najar Return To The Mid-Atlantic With “Love & Bossa Nova Live”

Brazilian vocalist Daniela Soledade and guitarist Nate Najar will perform August 15 at Cafe Mezzanotte. more

Time Travel To Fun: Renaissance Festival Starts August 28

The festival offers nine weekends of thrills, feasting, handmade crafts, entertainment and merriment in Crownsville. more

Christen Morrell Uses Music To Represent The Human Experience

The singer/producer released the single "Love to Love You" in July. She plans to share another single in August, "Leave it in the Summer." more

Fall Concert Series To Get Underway At Hatton Regester Green

Four acts will perform in September, starting with Jeff Herbert and Sparks & McCoy. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 10 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.