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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

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

Bonchon In Pasadena Has Exciting, Flavorful Options

Now my only fear is that I won’t get another chance to eat Bonchon’s chicken wings again in the near future. more

Local Bands To Perform At The 2019 Frozen Harbor Music Festival

Ten stages, 150 musicians, multiple genres — One Koast Entertainment is bringing back its Frozen Harbor Music Festival to Baltimore. more

Author Laura Kamoie To Discuss “My Dear Hamilton” At Severna Park Library

Get to know author Laura Kamoie, who will visit Severna Park Library on November 14. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Zachary’s Jewelers Hosts Mother's Day Design Contest

On Sunday, May 5, Zachary's Jewelers hosted its annual Mother's Day Jewelry Event. This event is always held the Sunday before Mother's Day. It starts at Zachary’s Jewelers in Severna Park. … more

Pasadena Theatre Company To Put On “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Follow Charlie Brown and his friends as he navigates friendships, crushes, baseball games and kite-eating trees in an attempt to discover what it truly means to be a good man. more

Gallery 564 To Showcase Art Inspired By The Chesapeake Bay And Its Surroundings

The show will come to Gallery 564 in Severna Park from February 8 to 24. more

Area Students Perform At Carnegie Hall And White House

Severna Park musicians got to perform alongside renowned performers like Tori Kelly, Colbie Caillat and Us The Duo. 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

Shyamalan Can’t Break Away From Mediocrity With “Glass”

“Glass” is well worth the watch, but it fails to completely convince, amaze or surprise us. more

Live Music Roundup

Here’s a look of some January and February concerts worth noting. more

Opera AACC To Showcase Its Sophisticated “Sweeney Todd” Production

Staged Concert Version Scheduled For February 16-24 more

Local Stitchers Group Knits One, Friends Two

Over the past decade, meeting locations have changed, and members have come and gone, but the group, now the Anne Arundel County Sit & Stitch, is more active than ever. more

Small Studio, Big Success

With just over 100 students, it seems unlikely that a studio of this size can turn out many high-caliber dancers. But it does. more

Stand Up For…Theatre Presents “A Few Good Men”

The play tells the story of military lawyers who, expose a high-level conspiracy involving institutionalized bullying at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. more

Get Crooked At AAC’s Newest Festival

Crooked Crab Brewing Company is hosting its inaugural Get Crooked Fest, which brings together local breweries and local musicians to benefit a local cause. more

Newly Formed Band From Severna Park To Perform In January

Black Litmus is nearing a year old, having started practicing in early 2019. The band has already released a single and a six-track extended play (EP) record, and they are preparing for their first show on January 4. more
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