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Cape Resident Orchestrates 40th Poe Celebration

This year’s activities include a theologian’s take on “The Raven,” theatrical readings and a discussion on the Poe Toaster. more

Through The Eyes Of Others: Producer Discusses Documentary About Dreams, Success And Friendship

Severna Park native Jane Bloom has an “Eat Pray Love” story. more

Level Offers Small Plates And Big Taste

Level is now one of Mary Cobbler's all-time favorite eateries in the area. more

Stephanie Verni Publishes Sixth Novel

Stephanie Verni, a Severna Park author and professor at Stevenson University, has released her sixth book. more

“House Of Gucci” Is An Imperfect But Entertaining Film

Like much of Ridley Scott’s more recent work, “House of Gucci” reaches for the stars but struggles under the weight of its own hefty aspirations. more

The Independent's 51 Favorite Books Of 2021

The Washington Independent Review of Books announced its 51 Favorite Books of 2021 at the end of November. more

Holiday Entertainment Is Back For 2021

From "White Christmas" to "The Nutcracker," several holiday classics are on the schedule. more

Catering And Party Options Make Holiday Meals Tasty And Simple

These restaurants also offer catering and plenty of space to host your holiday party. more

Tips For Toasting This Holiday Season

Liquor stores suggest trying these seasonal beverages and tips. more

Holiday Events Worth The Drive

These spirited events are suitable for a day or weekend trip. more

Trains Are Now On Display At Homestead Gardens

A sight for all ages, the single-track display is approximately 8-by-20 feet. more

Anticipated Video Games Are Coming This Season

Some of the most popular gift requests are video games. more

Severna Park’s “Freaky Friday” Delivers Laughs And Heartfelt Lessons

The school's fall theater production opens November 12 and runs for two weekends. more

JB's Delivers On Promise Of Bites, Brews And Ballgames

JB's is a classic sports bar and restaurant with a modern feel. more

LA Costume Designer Feels At Home In Severna Park

Stacey Ferrence worked on the “X-Files,” "House of Cards" and other TV and film projects. more

New Director Raises Curtain On Live Performances At Ballet Theatre Of Maryland

Nicole Kelsch retired as a ballerina in early 2020. more

“Dune” Breathes New Life Into Frank Herbert’s Source Material

The film is mesmerizing, transporting the viewer to a world so different from ours, yet so similar, writes film critic Audrey Ruppert. more

Jeff Nelligan Writes Satire Featuring Historical Figures

Nelligan's book imagines what historical figures might put on their dating website profiles. more

Severna Park Coach Releases Fantasy Sequel “Kingdom’s End”

Set in the world of Kyros, the first book involved tyrannical ruler King Gjanion, who convinced his subjects that he was the last wizard. more

Hot Club Of Baltimore Brings Gypsy Jazz And Swing To Cafe Mezzanotte

Guitarist Michael Joseph Harris and Hot Club of Baltimore showcase elements of folk, world and jazz. more
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