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“Mank” Is A Stunning Film That Examines Hollywood’s Seedy Side

In the film industry, the year 2020 has been characterized by straight-to-video releases, delayed premieres, and cancellations, and yet “Mank,” the new film from director David Fincher, may be one of the year’s finest films. more

The Independent's “51 Favorite Books Of 2020”

The nonprofit Washington Independent Review of Books, host of the annual Washington Writers Conference, has announced its 51 Favorite Books of 2020. more

Restaurants Offer Catering Options To Make The Season Bright

A smaller party means more funds to amp up the food, and local restaurants have what you need to make the days bright. more

Jazz At The Mezz Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

Listeners will enjoy a concert and a surprise gift to mark the occasion. more

Young Artist Designs Bright Mural Outside Of Garry’s Grill

Fourteen-year-old artist Madelynn “Maddy” Creswell frequently uses paper or limbs when she needs a space for drawing, but she was offered the opportunity this fall to display her work on her biggest canvas yet: a brick wall outside of Garry’s Grill. more

Library Offers Sweet Baking Experience

Though traveling out of the country is not an easy feat these days, the Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) is bringing the French pastry experience to kitchens throughout the county. more

Blast From The Past

The Voice staff is looking back at stories covered in past years. This month, we revisited articles on a record-setting flight, Severna Park musicals and a filmmaking crew. more

At Ledo Pizza, Patrons Get More Than A Square Deal

Food critic Marry Cobbler shares her thoughts on the pizza and a vegetable calzone. more

“The Witches” Is A Frightening, Family-Friendly Flick

“The Witches” is an aesthetically pleasing film that is at times funny, nerve-wracking and almost hard to watch. more

MTPA Presents Orange Grove Dance’s World Premiere Of “Still Standing”

For four evenings in November, Maryland Theatre for the Performing Arts’ StageOne  Park Place in Annapolis will be transformed by Orange Grove Dance into a live, socially-distanced performance, “Still Standing,” more

SP Resident Publishes “Power Currency”

Fred Lehr has spent his professional career focusing on family dynamics, stress management, spiritual wellness and behavioral science. more

Annapolis Opera Hosting Virtual Gala And Auction

Annapolis Opera will host Passing the Baton, a virtual gala and auction, to mark the transition of its directorship and raise funds during this unprecedented year. more

Entertainment Venues Adapt To Make Visitors Safe

Severna Park Lanes, EscapeTime, The Blended Essentials and Annapolis Home Brew are among the venues making changes. more

Theater Company Brings Mystery To Millersville

Do or Die Mysteries has found a new home at Hellas Restaurant and Lounge in Millersville. more

Local Theaters Prepare For Fall Season

Two children’s theaters, Theater in the Park (TITP) and Stage & Screen Studios, are kicking off the fall season with creative productions that keep students and staff safe, and get them back onstage. more

“The Social Dilemma” Explores The Insidious Nature Of Social Media

“The Social Dilemma” is a terrifying new documentary from Netflix which doesn’t necessarily present us with much new information (we have known for a while that social media can have harmful side effects) but brings all the information together to present a compelling and hair-raising thesis. more

Founders Tavern And Grille Offers A Touch of Class In Pasadena

Founders Tavern and Grille offers a surprising touch of class, along with great food and excellent service. more

Severna Park Student Is Subject Of A New Civil War Book

Author Bob O’Connor of Charles Town, West Virginia, has published his 17th book and his second children’s book. The star of the new book, “The Blind Boy Who Helped Save The Union,” is O’Connor’s 15-year old grandson, Kyle, from Severna Park. more

Brushing Dust Off Books: Public Libraries During COVID

In some cases, appointments must be called in an hour prior. In other areas, walk-in appointments can be made to browse the library and use computers. more

From Severna Park To The Skies: Filmmakers Document “Rocket To Venus” Story

“Rocket to Venus: The Film” tells the story of a Hampden restaurant owner, Geoff Danek, who was informed by a customer that the house he had purchased had a famous history. more
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