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Lauren’s Law: A Unique Sense Of Direction

One time, I drove from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore and ended up back in D.C. Just in time for rush hour. That beltway really is a loop, huh? more

The Colonial Players Will Present “The White Rose”

Now through November 16, The Colonial Players Inc. of Annapolis is continuing its 71st season with the fall production of Lillian Garret-Groag’s “The White Rose,” directed by Alex Brady. more

CTA Opens 61st Season With “Tarzan”

Children's Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) will kick off its 61st season with “Tarzan,” based on Disney's epic animated musical adventure, and featuring music by Phil Collins. more

Suzy Bogguss Talks Music And Saturday Show At Rams Head

In advance of her concert this Saturday at Rams Head On Stage, the Voice caught up with the accomplished musician. more

Goshen Farm Kicks Off Summer With An Acoustic Concert Series

The series will continue every other Friday through August 30 with two performances each night at the farm. more

Fun Food Events To Feast On This Summer

Do you like crabs? We have good news for you. Do you dislike crabs? We have good news for you. more

“The Current War” Fails To Provide A Jolt Of Excitement

“The Current War” had a star-studded cast and a fascinating storyline, yet this electrifying tale is reduced to something rather yawn-inducing, with slow pacing. more

A Lawyer’s Toy Story

“There was no training, no makeup, hair salon or cue cards,” Werner recalled. “They just shove you in front of a camera!” more

Comedians Can Shoot Their Shot At Open Mic Night

Comedians from around the area will make their way to Shooters Bar & Grill for the open mic comedy night on November 9 at 7:00pm. more

Maryland Hall Welcomes Shenandoah Run For An Intimate Show

Shenandoah Run is returning to their favorite venue in Annapolis – Maryland Hall – for an intimate and spirited concert. more

Shipley’s Choice Resident Wraps Up MGB Restoration

Nowadays, Jim Lieby can be found in his Shipley’s Choice garage putting the finishing touches on his 1969 MG MGB convertible, an endeavor he began nearly 20 years ago. more

Local Author Publishes Children’s Book About Lacrosse

“Charlie STEPs UP to Lacrosse,” a children’s book six years in the making, was published this September. more

Baltimore Comic-Con Is A Fan-Based Experience

Whether comic book fans like to dress up as their favorite superheroes or simply follow their stories in print, Baltimore Comic-Con introduces them to a unique experience. more

Get Ready For Shoptoberfest

A fun and free family event called Shoptoberfest, sponsored by the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce, will have music, shopping, trick-or-treating, a cornhole tournament, pumpkin painting and more. more

Fourth Of July Fireworks Around Town

Here's where to catch some lavish light shows up close. more

Chamber To Host Star Spangled Restaurant Week

Are you looking to add some new flavors to your summer? The Greater Severna Park & Arnold Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Star Spangled Restaurant Week from July 7-13. Whether you want some … 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 Dance Company To Perform “Old Soles, New Shoes”

“Old Soles, New Shoes” will debut at the Robert E. Kauffman Theater on December 6 and December 7. 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

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
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