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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

Author Writes Book On The History Of The Rock Band The Eagles

With the first iconic strum of the guitar on their first hit “Take It Easy,” the Eagles set a new direction for the country-rock-infused California sound. Rik Forgo, an author based in Pasadena, spent the last two years compiling information, interviewing and building a micro-history of the group’s origin story. more

Author Stephanie Verni Shares “Little Milestones”

The fourth novel by Stephanie Verni, a Severna Park author and professor of communication at Stevenson University, is set in the town of St. Michaels, Maryland, and features Oxford and Easton, with little jaunts to Annapolis. more

SPES Students Win Bookmark Contest Honors

Two Severna Park Elementary students proved that you don’t have to be a police officer to know how to resolve conflicts. more

New Slate Of TV Shows Delivers Drama And Fun

With the ever-expanding network of shows available through cable and streaming services, how can you decide what shows are worth your time? Check out this handy guide of newly released and upcoming programs to find a few that fit your preferences. 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

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

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

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

“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

“Last Christmas” Is Not A Gift Worth Celebrating

“Last Christmas,” a supposed seasonal rom-com, has all the trappings of a touching film but is unfortunately a bit of a scattered mess. The lead, Kate (Emilia Clarke), is also a scattered mess. 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

Sledding Spots Around Town

Sledding Spots Around Town Depending on who you ask, Maryland may (or may not) be in store for an eventful winter. Just in case, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best sledding spots … more
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