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Top 10 Documentaries To Watch While You’re Quarantined

In the current medical and political climate, there’s never been a better time to binge on Netflix shows while you’re sheltered in your home. more

Get Hooked On Jeno’s Steaks In Severna Park

“Get hooked” is the motto of Jeno’s Steaks in Severna Park. The slogan sounds almost like a dare — and I’m warning you now, dear reader, you are likely to get hooked on this delicious grub from the first taste. more

Anne Arundel County Public Library Expands Digital Services

Upon the advice of public health officials, Anne Arundel Country Public Library (AACPL) closed all of its locations from March 13 through at least May 3 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. more

Contagion: Predicting A Pandemic

This month I was going to review the second installment of “A Quiet Place,” but going to see a film is unfortunately out of the question due to the coronavirus outbreak. more

Ballet Theatre of Maryland Issues Season Update

BTM is suspending the remainder of its season until performance attendance would not put audiences at risk. more

Join Toby’s For “Shrek The Musical”

In a faraway kingdom, an unlikely hero finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue. more

The Call Of The Wild: A Sterilized Remake With No Bite

The brutal source material behind “The Call of the Wild” always seems to get the Disney treatment and always becomes a happy story about dogs. more

St. Patrick’s Day Events Around Town

March 17 is right around the corner, and many local restaurants and bars are embracing the luck of the Irish. more

Sunday Jazz At The Mezz Brings World-Class Music To The Park

This six-month series opened in January and will run through June at Café Mezzanote. more

Wash Away Your Cravings With A Meal At Sullivan’s Cove

Sullivan’s Cove is a new restaurant that has taken over the space previously owned by Annapolis Seafood. more

Annapolis Opera Presents Carlisle Floyd’s “Susannah”

Annapolis Opera will present Carlisle Floyd’s tragic American opera, “Susannah,” on Friday, March 13 (7:30pm), and Sunday, March 15 (3:00pm), as well as an Opera Insight Series preceding the performances. more

“Stepping Into Spring” On Display At Woods Church

Pasadena artist Carolyn Councell’s “Stepping Into Spring” exhibit is currently on display at Woods Church through April 5. To see the original paintings and prints, visit the church … more

Arnold Woman Works The Pro Bowl

Elaine Rom, who films “Monday Night Football” for ESPN, was invited to work the Pro Bowl. She was responsible for capturing all of the game-time action that took place on the right side of the field past the 35-yard line. more

“The Hobbit” Comes To Children’s Theatre Feb. 7

Children’s Theatre of Annapolis is traveling all the way to Middle Earth for its next production, “The Hobbit.” more

AACC Presents “Grey Matter: A Response To Blackness”

On display from February 6 to March 5, the works examine how blackness has been perceived and responded to by America’s dominant society throughout history. more

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto Announces Her Retirement

Throughout her career, she has served in many roles including artistic director, choreographer, ballet mistress, adjunct faculty, teacher, and principal dancer in companies and universities throughout the country. more

Steven Sherman Pens Paranormal Political Mysteries

Although Steven Sherman retired from his ophthalmology practice in December, he continues his work as a paranormal thriller novelist. more

Skribe Goes Back To The Basics With “Birdwatching”

“Birdwatching” is the first of several songs Skribe is releasing via limited edition 7-inch vinyl “jukebox 45” records. more

Twain’s Tavern Proves Why It’s A Pasadena Favorite

Come for the music, trivia or the menu, which includes burgers, steak and shrimp cargot. more

Captivating Characters Shine In “The Gentlemen”

Guy Ritchie has tapped back into the gang-busting, slick-talking, working-class British magic he became famous for. more
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