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Sherlock Holmes Fascination Continues With Local Group

Sherlock Holmes has captured imaginations worldwide for ages, including at the Society of the Naval Treaty in Anne Arundel County. more

Arnold Pop Group JAGMAC Celebrates 10 Years With New Album “Ends Of The Earth”

The 16-song project, titled “Ends of the Earth,” is the pop band’s first full-length album. more

A Taxing Proposition

Every year around this time, the Internal Revenue Service gets our spring off to a joyful start... more

Chesapeake Arts Center Unveils New Ceramics Studio

Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) is opening its third ceramics studio, marking a significant expansion of its ceramics program. more

Severna Park Artist Unveils “A New Endeavour”

Psychologist Dr. William N. Collins opened an Annapolis exhibit called “A New Endeavour.” more

Arnold Woodworker Carves Out Time For Growing Hobby

Many of the items Boone creates, which he offers for sale online, reflect his personal interests and passions. more

The Bards Take Listeners On A Journey With “Tales From The Swindling Serpent”

The 14-song record is a follow-up to their self-titled debut that was released in November 2021. more

Mural Depicts Severna Park’s Past And Present

Park Pharmacy called upon graphic design artist Joe Barsin, and his wife, Eva, to create a decor rebrand. more

Veterans Find Camaraderie In Glass At Maryland Hall

Veterans Glass Studio at Maryland Hall is designed to teach the fundamentals of glass fusing and offers those who have donned the uniform a haven to explore artistic expression. more

Stellar Artists, Musicians Headline Art In The Park

The third annual event is family friendly and allows guests to meet musicians and artists. more

Artist Vinnie Hager Makes A Digital Splash With National Brands

He has collaborated with companies including Meta, Harvard Business Review, Inkbox, and more. more

Music Matters: Catching Up With Two Acts Coming To Rams Head On Stage

To preview their upcoming shows at Rams Head On Stage, two acts spoke with the Severna Park Voice. more
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