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Through Thick And Thin

For more than two decades - and nearly 200 books - a group of Severna Park residents have bonded, forming a unique connection and genuine friendships. 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

Gift Ideas Beyond The Big-Box Stores

If you’re still on the hunt for meaningful gifts, our shopping guide can help. Not only will these recommendations take the stress out of where to go and what to buy; they will show you why shopping local can take your shopping experience from ordinary to unique. 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

Creative Ideas For Making Your Own Holiday Cards

The season of giving is upon us and everyone will send out their holiday cards soon. Families are preparing to mail their traditional cards or family photographs they edited on Shutterfly. But this is your year to stand out from the pack. Do-it-yourself (DIY) holiday cards are the way to go, so check out these options and enjoy card-making fun for the whole family. more

Ease Your Holiday Hustle With Restaurant Catering

Remove some of the stress from holiday preparations by relying on area restaurants to cater your event. These small businesses specialize in pleasing local customers, and they provide a range of options whether you are putting together a company breakfast or hosting a Christmas Eve feast for family and friends. more

Opera AACC Prepares For Hauntingly Beautiful Take On “Sunset Boulevard”

This October, Opera Anne Arundel Community College and the Moonlight Troupers will present “Sunset Boulevard” as their fall musical. more

Holiday Shows Promise Plenty Of Laughter And Thrills

As Bill Murray’s character Frank Cross so eloquently declared in “Scrooged,” we all act a little nicer, we smile a little easier and we cheer a little more during the holidays. more

SPHS To Enchant Audiences With “Cinderella”

This November, get ready to relive the magic and fantasy of “Cinderella,” as Severna Park Stage Company performs Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Enchanted Edition. more

Author Brigid Kemmerer To Discuss Fantasy And Fiction At Severna Park Library

Bookworms can meet Kemmerer and discuss her new book during an event at the Severna Park Library on Saturday, February 23, at 2:00pm. more

Former Pastor Spearheads Technology Start-Up

Josh Burnett, former church pastor of Revolution Annapolis and current Arnold resident, noticed a disconnect in volunteerism when he and other community leaders were invited to the mayor’s office to discuss the potential of a collective volunteer project. more

African American History Is Celebrated Near Severna Park

February is African American History Month, and many organizations around Severna Park and Annapolis are holding special events to honor the occasion. more

“Good Boys” Is Chocked Full Of Funny Sophomoric Humor

Seth Rogan recently joked on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” that his nephews are starting to believe he isn’t really an actor, because they are never allowed to see his movies. more

Rea Keech Caps Trilogy With “Shady Park Secrets”

Severna Park author Rea Keech recently published the third and final installment of his trilogy, The Shady Park Chronicles. more

Beer, Bourbon And Rouge: Your 2019 Holiday Beverage Guide

Around town, several stores have stockpiled the best holiday beverages to help spice up your parties and get-togethers, as well as provide great gift options. more

An Evening Of Mystery At The Broadneck Library

Maryland-based mystery authors Mary Ellen Hughes, Marcia Talley and Tracy Kiely will be at the Broadneck Library on September 25 at 7:00pm for Maryland Can Be Murder event. more

Literacy Council To Hold Fundraiser Walk-A-Thon

The Anne Arundel County Literacy Council (AACLC) will hold the fourth annual “Literacy Lights the Way” 5K walk-a-thon on Saturday, October 19, from 8:30am to 11:00am. more

Support Local Vendors This Holiday Season

The holidays are the perfect time to support small businesses and crafters. Join the community in celebrating local talent at these vendor events. more

SPHS Student Turns Camp Triple Threat Into A Success

Rising junior Lucy Feldmann brought the sea to Anne Arundel Community College from August 19-23 as she hosted Camp Triple Threat for 16 children from the Arnold community of Glen Oban. more

Woods Church To Present “Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”

Woods will present the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” from October 3-6. more
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