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Comedians Can Shoot Their Shot At Open Mic Night

Comedians from around the area will make their way to Shooters Bar & Grill for the open mic comedy night on November 9 at 7:00pm. more

Local Author Publishes Children’s Book About Lacrosse

“Charlie STEPs UP to Lacrosse,” a children’s book six years in the making, was published this September. more

Phil Vassar To Perform Two Shows At Rams Head On Stage On Oct. 11

Phil Vassar will bring two energetic performances in one evening to Rams Head On Stage. more

Through Thick And Thin

For more than two decades - and nearly 200 books - a group of Severna Park residents have bonded, forming a unique connection and genuine friendships. more

Severna Park Artist Honored During Tribute To Women And Industry Awards

At a time when art programs are getting scaled back in some schools, Severna Park resident Roberta Pardo is using art to drive important discussions. more

“The Current War” Fails To Provide A Jolt Of Excitement

“The Current War” had a star-studded cast and a fascinating storyline, yet this electrifying tale is reduced to something rather yawn-inducing, with slow pacing. more

Baltimore Comic-Con Is A Fan-Based Experience

Whether comic book fans like to dress up as their favorite superheroes or simply follow their stories in print, Baltimore Comic-Con introduces them to a unique experience. more

Opera AACC Prepares For Hauntingly Beautiful Take On “Sunset Boulevard”

This October, Opera Anne Arundel Community College and the Moonlight Troupers will present “Sunset Boulevard” as their fall musical. more

Former Pastor Spearheads Technology Start-Up

Josh Burnett, former church pastor of Revolution Annapolis and current Arnold resident, noticed a disconnect in volunteerism when he and other community leaders were invited to the mayor’s office to discuss the potential of a collective volunteer project. more

Literacy Council To Hold Fundraiser Walk-A-Thon

The Anne Arundel County Literacy Council (AACLC) will hold the fourth annual “Literacy Lights the Way” 5K walk-a-thon on Saturday, October 19, from 8:30am to 11:00am. more

Lauren’s Law: A Unique Sense Of Direction

One time, I drove from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore and ended up back in D.C. Just in time for rush hour. That beltway really is a loop, huh? more

Woods Church To Present “Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”

Woods will present the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” from October 3-6. more

Maryland Hall Welcomes Shenandoah Run For An Intimate Show

Shenandoah Run is returning to their favorite venue in Annapolis – Maryland Hall – for an intimate and spirited concert. more

PHOTO GALLERY: LEGO Expo & Contest at Franklin's Toys

More than 120 unique creations are on display at Franklin’s Toys locations during the store's LEGO expo and contest. 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

PHOTO GALLERY: Annapolis Cup 2019

The annual croquet match between St. John’s College and the U.S. Naval Academy was held on Saturday, April 27. The event drew thousands of people to watch St. John's beat the Naval Academy in … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Stevens Puppets Performs "Aladdin" At Broadneck Library

Following two full-capacity shows at Crofton Library, Stevens Puppets came to Broadneck Library to perform "Aladdin" on Thursday, April 25. There was a fourth show at Severna Park Library at … more
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