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AACC Student Publishes Coloring Book For Adults

Anne Arundel Community College student Katie O’Neil successfully navigated the sometimes-treacherous world of self-publishing to create an 86-page adult coloring book titled “Tropical Bubbles,” which features tropical abstract drawings based on bubbles and other spherical shapes. more

AACC’s Student Journal For The Arts Earns Prestigious Award

Each year since the 1920s, the Associated College Press (ACP) awards two- and four-year colleges with the Pacemaker, its preeminent award for college journalism. more

“The Hunchback Of Notre Dame” Premieres At Toby’s Dinner Theatre

The show is a retelling of Victor Hugo’s epic story of love, acceptance and what it means to be a hero. more

Phil Vassar To Perform Two Shows At Rams Head On Stage On Oct. 11

Phil Vassar will bring two energetic performances in one evening to Rams Head On Stage. more

Dining Out: Romilo's

Classic Mediterranean Menu And New Interior Design Make Romilo’s A Must-Visit Place more

Spring Arbor Cookie Lady Is Full Of Sweet Surprises

Fran Parish, affectionately referred to as “the cookie lady,” makes Spring Arbor Senior Living smell like home. more

Maryland Hall Celebrates 10th Annual ArtFest

ArtFest features demonstrations, performances and activities for all ages. more

“Cinderella” Brings A Little Magic To Audiences

During a two-weekend run of “Cinderella” in November, Severna Park High School thespians enchanted audiences with the tale of a girl who tries to escape the oppression of her wicked stepmother and stepsisters to attend the Royal Ball. more

Author To Share Mid-Life Roadmap At Broadneck Library

Maria Leonard Olsen shares an intimate look into her own collision course with this life milestone. more

Dining Out: Texas Roadhouse

Even though it’s a national chain with hundreds of locations nationwide, “the Roadhouse” has been a favorite of Pasadena natives for years, and over time, it has developed its own local vibe. more

Not Worth The Chase: “Cold Pursuit”

“Cold Pursuit” had so much potential. Unfortunately, I was rather disappointed. more

With “Towards Zero,” Colonial Players Invites Audiences To Play A Grim Guessing Game

The premise involves a party at the seaside home of Lady Tressilian in the town of Gull’s Point. more

Where To Celebrate The Moon Landing Anniversary

If you want to learn more about the historic accomplishment or celebrate with others, here are a few places to visit. more

Maryland Hall To Screen “I'm Not Leaving”

Join Maryland Hall on January 31 at 7:30pm to see the film and to engage in a discussion with Wilkens. more

Local Women’s Art Showcased At Bay Radiology

“I’m open to artists at all stages in their careers. It is especially fun to showcase artists at the beginning of their careers." more

Out Of This World: Children’s Sci-Fi Author Jonathan Roth To Visit SP Library

Jonathan Roth has met four astronauts, but he’s spent even more time with an alien named Beep and a space-school slacker named Bob. more

“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile” Is A New Take On True Crime

Zac Efron And Lily Collins Star In The Ted Bundy Drama, Now Streaming On Netflix more

ArtFarm Relocation Unearths Common Ground

With access to more than 3,000 square feet of space and free parking, the co-owners will continue to cultivate an ecosystem of growth. more

Burgers And Bands Showcases Local Talent

Here are just some of the Severna Park musicians who helped make the 2019 Burgers and Bands a success as it raised an estimated $80,000 in cash and in-kind donations. more

Lauren’s Law: How Cars Are Like Stocks

Beware. Lauren’s Law is officially contagious. It’s latest victim? My poor husband, Scott. more
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