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Losing a loved one can be a crushing blow, especially for a child. Meg Kappel hopes her new book, “Kisses on the Wind,” can provide some hope to anyone shouldering that loss.
12/8/20 04:43 PM
Toby’s Dinner Theatre in Columbia is welcoming patrons to an uplifting and joyous celebration called “Home for the Holidays” now through January 3.
12/8/20 04:36 PM
On November 15, Unified Jazz Ensemble helped Jazz Beyond Borders celebrate the one-year anniversary of its suppertime world music and jazz concerts held monthly at Café Mezzanotte in Severna Park.
12/8/20 04:33 PM
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.
By Julian Reese |
12/8/20 04:29 PM
The nonprofit Washington Independent Review of Books, host of the annual Washington Writers Conference, has announced its 51 Favorite Books of 2020.
12/8/20 04:25 PM
A smaller party means more funds to amp up the food, and local restaurants have what you need to make the days bright.
By Sharon Mager |
11/17/20 02:50 PM
Listeners will enjoy a concert and a surprise gift to mark the occasion.
11/10/20 09:05 PM
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.
By Zach Sparks | email@example.com |
11/3/20 04:39 PM
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.
By Haley Weisgerber |
11/3/20 04:35 PM
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.
11/3/20 04:30 PM
Food critic Marry Cobbler shares her thoughts on the pizza and a vegetable calzone.
By Mary Cobbler |
11/3/20 04:26 PM
“The Witches” is an aesthetically pleasing film that is at times funny, nerve-wracking and almost hard to watch.
By Grace Constantine |
11/3/20 04:25 PM