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The Space Film “Stowaway” Finds Beauty In Subtlety

I don’t know if “Stowaway” was meant to be an allegory for coronavirus, but the film offers powerful insights into the strange times we find ourselves living in. more

Guys Book Club Gives Men An Opportunity For Friendship And Reading

At the Severna Park Library, librarian Andy Wolverton coordinates a monthly Guys Book Club for men to gather with other readers. more

Weebl Enters The App Store And Doesn’t Wobble

Severna Park resident David Pechillo and his team have developed a new app called Weebl. more

Sue Matthews Opens Outdoor Concert Series At Cafe Mezzanotte

Backed by Steve Abshire and Steve Herberman, vocalist Sue Matthews will perform May 16 in the first outdoor concert of the season by Jazz Beyond Borders. more

Patrick Dougherty Nature Sculpture Comes To Annapolis

Maryland Hall will host renowned environmental artist Patrick Dougherty to create a Stickwork sculptural installation this May. more

Surgeon Moonlights As A Blacksmith

Dr. Bruce Jarrell sees being a surgeon and a blacksmith as two halves of the same coin. “Surgery is a technical art as is metalworking, involving hand-eye coordination, being able to work on the fly and coming up with new solutions if something doesn’t work,” he said. more

Podcaster Interviews Carole Baskin

Ben Gardner, a lifelong Severna Park resident and full-time salesman, is the host of the TOTs podcast, which stands for “thoughts on things.” more

Mi Pueblo II Is Magnifico

Food critic Mary Cobbler dishes out the details on the "botana mixta," burrito norteno and camarones Yucatecos. more

Stage & Screen Studios Premieres “The Point”

“The Point” follows a group of children from a small island, and one special child, Everly, who has the ability to see the future. more

“Yes Day” Gets A No From Me

The elements of a good family film are laid down early on but are never developed. more

One Year Later, “Shrek: The Musical” Takes Stage At Toby's

One week from the opening night of “Shrek: The Musical,” Toby's Dinner Theatre was forced to reschedule. more

Ballet Theatre Builds Momentum Through Streamed And In-Person Performances

Ballet Theatre of Maryland caps its “season of hope” with two performance options. more

Annapolis Film Festival To Feature More Than 100 Flicks

This year’s Annapolis Film Festival contains over 100 films from 35 countries. more

Inaugural Cuisine For A Cause Kicks Off March 29

Eighteen restaurants are offering deals and discounts through a Cause Card with an accompanying printed or digital coupon brochure. more

Vocalist Alison Crockett To Be Featured In Concert Celebrating Women In Jazz

The concert pays special tribute to women in jazz during Women’s History Month and can be seen from any location or time zone. more

The Art Of The Mind

Dr. William N. Collins hasn’t seen one patient since the pandemic began, but it doesn’t bother him as that means he’s had more time to pursue and work on his true passion, art. more

SP Native Runs Women’s Podcasting Platform, Launches Podcast

Alexandra Cohl has found her voice, and she is using it and her unique online platform to highlight and celebrate other women’s work in podcasting. more

Craving Chinese Food? Check Out China Garden

Sometimes you just got to have some Chinese food. It’s one of those cravings that hits you either out of the blue or when someone mentions it. more

March Movie Releases

Whether returning to the movie theater or watching a film from the comfort of your couch, several options are coming to a screen near you in March. more

Transcending The Stage

CCTA is currently holding virtual spring classes but will transition to a hybrid model this summer. Jordan said that CCTA reached out to the community for feedback in preparing for a return to in-person classes. more
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