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PRS Band Joins Annapolis Wellness House For Virtual Charity Concert

Wellness House of Annapolis is a nonprofit organization that provides a place for cancer patients and their families to learn healthy and helpful coping skills to use while dealing with the physical, as well as the psychological, effects of cancer. more

In Focus: New Gallery Features Kim Kelly’s Photography

Monument Sotheby's International Realty has launched its debut art gallery in Severna Park, featuring the photography of Kim Kelly. more

September Live Music Roundup

With many major venues closed, music lovers can still get their fix of live music thanks to outdoor seating and local musicians. more

Sunday Jazz Shows Features Theresa Sise & Sweet Tea

The concert theme is “September Songs.” Sets will feature nostalgic chestnuts like “September in the Rain” along with topical tunes. more

Satisfying Severna Park Treats

Our food critic taste-tested sweets from Severna Park’s premier bakeries to discover who offers the gooiest, most tantalizing and most decadent desserts in town. more

Local Event Update

Here is an update on a few of Anne Arundel County’s seasonal favorites. more

SP Native Helps Open New Art Gallery

Twenty-five artists from the Annapolis Arts Alliance (AAA) will have their works displayed in the sleek, modern facility. more

Netflix’s “The Old Guard” Is A Fresh Take On The Superhero Genre

“The Old Guard” has slick and engaging fight scenes, characters you can root for, and a story that’s believable. more

Behind The Curtain With Annabelle Cotton

A 2020 graduate of Severna Park High School, Annabelle Cotton was awarded a scholarship from the Children’s Theatre of Annapolis this summer. more

A New Normal: How Local Businesses Are Adapting

When Maryland began to limit business operations as a result of the pandemic, many small businesses were forced to find creative ways to stay open. more

Author Goes On Virtual Tour From Shipley’s Choice Bedroom

It was not the book tour that she imagined, but when her plans were canceled as a result of the pandemic, Jessica Pearce Rotondi was forced to get creative. more

O’Loughlin’s Offers Comfortable, Casual Dining

Our food critics tried the grilled chicken kabobs, lemon haddock, wings and Mississippi mud pie. more

The Movie Industry Has Changed For Good

Cinemas were already facing stiff competition before the coronavirus struck. In the age of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and many other streaming services, many consumers found it hard to justify spending $30 for a night out at the movies when $8 could get them an entire month’s worth of entertainment. more

First-Time Author Regales Readers With “The Last Wizard”

A volcanic plain in middle-Earth, basked in gray light, where fumes leak from fissures in the Earth. This doesn’t sound like the safest place for a child, but there were few places John Bachkosky would rather be during his youth. more

Library’s Contactless Curbside Pickup, Telephone Help To Start June 8

Library staff will offer contactless curbside pickup from 10:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Saturday, at all locations with a few exceptions. more

SPHS Coach Pens Fantasy Tale “The Last Wizard”

John Bachkosky decided to dip into the waters of fiction with “The Last Wizard,” published April 28. more

Virtual Concert Series Raises Over $20,000 For Local Musicians

The Annapolis Town Center created a platform in which Annapolitan musicians could not only share their talent but also make a profit. more

Maryland Historical Society Announces New, Free Virtual Programs To Celebrate And Discuss Exhibitions

The Maryland Historical Society’s mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the history, art and culture of Maryland. more

The Show Must Go On: Keeping The Arts Alive

Amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic, many theaters and arts groups have closed their doors, postponing and cancelling performances until further notice. Some groups, however, are carrying the phrase “the show must go on” into this time of challenging circumstance. more

Middle School Artists Depict The World Through Their Eyes

Each year, Severn School art teacher Yehee Shin searches for exhibits and contests for middle school artists to show their work. more
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