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AACC To Host Spring Film Festival Of Student, Alumni Work

The main goal of the film festival is to highlight and showcase work from current and former students, mainly in the program, but any AACC student can submit a film to be reviewed by an outside juror. more

Made In Maryland Festival Offers Fun Day On The Chesapeake

The family event draws more than 2,500 people each year to enjoy a day of relaxation, games, food, live music, jousting, and arts and crafts, all while basking in the beauty of the Chesapeake Bay. more

“A New Brain” By Colonial Players Is Fun And Heartwarming

The musical follows the journey of Gordon, a musician who, during a time of professional struggles, suffers a brain condition called arteriovenous malformation that requires brain surgery. more

Severna Park Library To Commemorate Shakespeare’s 455th Birthday

To celebrate the works of the writer, often referred to as the “Bard of Avon,” the Severna Park Library will host Shakespeare in the (Severna) Park on Saturday, April 13, at 2:00pm. more

Creative And Original, Peele’s “Us” Is An Instant Classic

“Us” throws us into confusion, and I spent most of the film racking my brains as to what the villains wanted, whether the villains were even real, and what was happening in general. more

Dining Out: Picantillo Restaurant

The menu is extensive, and it has something for everyone, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. Choose from all the classic Mexican favorites, along with seafood and burgers. more

The “Lost” Art: Stevens Puppets Brings Marionettes To Anne Arundel County

The first show will be “Aladdin” at the Broadneck Library, followed by “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” at the Severna Park Library. “Goldilocks,” which debuted in March, is the first show Stevens Puppets added to its repertoire in 20 years. more

Friends Announce Spring Lineup At Hatton Regester Green

All concerts are on Sundays and begin at 4:00pm, lasting roughly two hours. Guests are encouraged to bring something to sit on and snacks to eat. more

Seventh Annual Annapolis Film Festival: Truth In Storytelling

This year’s theme brings forward the voices of truth seekers across multiple industries, including filmmaking. more

Not Worth The Chase: “Cold Pursuit”

“Cold Pursuit” had so much potential. Unfortunately, I was rather disappointed. more

Local Women’s Art Showcased At Bay Radiology

“I’m open to artists at all stages in their careers. It is especially fun to showcase artists at the beginning of their careers." more

“The Hunchback Of Notre Dame” Premieres At Toby’s Dinner Theatre

The show is a retelling of Victor Hugo’s epic story of love, acceptance and what it means to be a hero. more

Dining Out: Romilo's

Classic Mediterranean Menu And New Interior Design Make Romilo’s A Must-Visit Place more

Maryland Hall Celebrates 10th Annual ArtFest

ArtFest features demonstrations, performances and activities for all ages. more

Author To Share Mid-Life Roadmap At Broadneck Library

Maria Leonard Olsen shares an intimate look into her own collision course with this life milestone. more

Explore HERSTORY In Anne Arundel County

HERSTORY presents a panel discussion moderated by District 33 Delegate Heather Bagnall. more

Paint And Dine With American Legion On April 5

Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to this year’s American Legion Auxiliary poppy program. more

It’s All That And A Bag Of Chips: Die Laughing Productions To Present “Hit Me 90’s One More Time”

“Hit Me 90’s One More Time” will debut at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis on February 27 at 8:00pm. more

Opera AACC To Showcase Its Sophisticated “Sweeney Todd” Production

Staged Concert Version Scheduled For February 16-24 more

Shyamalan Can’t Break Away From Mediocrity With “Glass”

“Glass” is well worth the watch, but it fails to completely convince, amaze or surprise us. more
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