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“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

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

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

Anne Arundel Community Concert Association Plans For Exciting Season

This year, the Anne Arundel Community Concert Association has planned five performances by a range of musical groups: Burlap to Cashmere, Loren and Mark, The Maxwell Quartet, Alina Kiryayeva, and the … more

County Fair Continues A Special Tradition

The fair comes to the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Crownsville. Each day brings a different slate of entertainment, contests, shows, displays, foods and goods offered by fair vendors. 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

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

Annapolis Shakespeare Company Presents “Hamlet”

“Hamlet” runs from September 27 through October 27 on the ASC main stage. If you ask yourself “to go, or not to go,” the answer is yes! more

Benfield Gallery To Showcase “Layers of Color: Lyn Laviana”

Lyn Laviana's show, “Layers of Color,” will open September 14 with an artist reception from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. The display will run through October 12. more

PHOTO GALLERY: LEGO Expo & Contest at Franklin's Toys

More than 120 unique creations are on display at Franklin’s Toys locations during the store's LEGO expo and contest. more

Book Recommendations From The Public Library

Are you looking for a good beach read as summer winds down? Perhaps you’re seeking a story to capture your son or daughter’s interest as they enjoy the last few weeks before school … more

The Woman Behind The Map

Carol Duncan, the artist behind the map, came up with the idea when she was invited to a Christmas show at a friend’s house. more

Arnold Couple Brings History Alive

Mary Ann Jung and Tom Plott are longtime veterans of Renn Fest. Jung is entering her 40th season, and Plott is entering his 33rd. more

Talent Machine Opens Summer Production Of “Newsies”

“Newsies” combines an inspiring storyline with unforgettable song-and-dance numbers. The show opened the weekend of August 9-11 and runs August 15-18 in Annapolis. more

Fine Food And Service Have Been Staples At Sunset Restaurant & Lounge For More Than 50 Years

A Glen Burnie landmark, Sunset is tucked away on 625 Greenway Road. This restaurant stays the course, with excellent food, fantastic service and nostalgic grace. more

“Mamma Mia!” Is Back By Popular Demand At Toby’s Dinner Theatre

Audiences around the globe love this musical for its high energy, fast-paced love story, and music. It was a smash hit on Broadway, running for more than 14 years and 6,000 performances. On film, it has grossed more than $615 million. more

Annapolis Art Walk Set For August 15

Fifteen galleries in historic downtown Annapolis are participating in this annual event, hosting new art exhibits and featuring artists demonstrating their skills in various media. more

“The Lion King” Is A Rehash With Varying Degrees Of Success

“The Lion King” immediately reminded me of 2009’s “Avatar.” The latter featured a story we’d heard many times before but was captivating because of the … 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
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