LOCAL NEWS

Fire Department completes mobile tablet initiative

Fire Department completes mobile tablet initiative

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department is in the final phases of outfitting all of its engines and staff vehicles with mobile technology. Following two trials in which Apple iPads proved superior in functionality, usability in the field and cost over Panasonic Toughbooks, 64 iPads are projected to be installed by the end of the […]

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Madden brothers returning to DC roots at 930 Club in November

Madden brothers returning to DC roots at 930 Club in November

The Madden Brothers, comprised of multi-platinum selling recording artists Joel and Benji Madden, will play special live shows in select cities across the United States that will include a stop at the 930 Club in DC. These select live shows will include music from their acclaimed debut album Greetings From California, which was released on September 16th […]

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Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Join Great Storms of the Chesapeake author David Healey at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Thursday, October 30 beginning at 5 p.m. as he shares the history of the Chesapeake Bay region’s hurricanes, blizzards, fogs and freezes over the last four centuries. Space is limited, with advanced registration needed. Before John Smith’s crew weathered […]

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3 County employees disciplined after displaying noose

3 County employees disciplined after displaying noose

County Executive Laura Neuman hosted a press conference yesterday to stress the important role cultural sensitivity plays in the diverse workforce that composes Anne Arundel County government. Spurred by a recent isolated incidence of racial and cultural insensitivity – in which three employees were disciplined for fashioning and displaying a noose and exchanging inappropriate jokes […]

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AACC awarded Military Friendly School designation for 6th year

AACC awarded Military Friendly School designation for 6th year

Anne Arundel Community College has been named to the Military Friendly School® list for the sixth consecutive year by Victory Media, a media organization for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The honor recognizes the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to help military […]

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Golden Dragon Acrobats coming to Maryland Hall

Golden Dragon Acrobats coming to Maryland Hall

Award-winning acrobatics, traditional dance, spectacular costumes, and ancient and contemporary music are featured in the award-winning Golden Dragon Acrobats family show at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts on Sunday, November 16 at 4 pm. Tickets are $21 for non-members, $16 for Maryland Hall members and $12 for children (plus ticket fees).  The Golden Dragons […]

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CRIME

Police investigating daylight armed robbery in West Annapolis

Police investigating daylight armed robbery in West Annapolis

Annapolis police are investigating an armed robbery that took place yesterday afternoon in the usually quiet West Annapolis. According to police, the adult male victim was walking in the area of the 700 block of Melvin Avenue around 545pm when he was approached from behind by two adult male suspects.  One suspect appeared to have […]

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Annapolis Police investigating Robinwood shooting

Annapolis Police investigating Robinwood shooting

On Friday, October 10th at 11:48 p.m. the Annapolis Police Department received several calls reporting shots heard in the 1400 block of Tyler Avenue.  Officers responded to the area and, despite checking the area on foot, did not locate a victim, crime scene, or witnesses. On Saturday, October 11th at 12:45 a.m. Anne Arundel Medical […]

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4 charged in armed robbery and carjacking at Millersville bar

4 charged in armed robbery and carjacking at Millersville bar

On Monday, October 6, 2014 at approximately 1:37 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Bullseye Sports Pub located at 8779 Veterans Highway, Millersville, for an unknown disturbance. As officers were responding to the address, police dispatch advised a suspect was seen running through the parking lot with a gun. Moments later, that same suspect was […]

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Pantelides to address escalating violence in Eastport

Pantelides to address escalating violence in Eastport

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides met with Police Chief Michael Pristoop and City Manager Tom Andrews again yesterday afternoon to continue their discussion surrounding concerns raised about shots fired in the Housing Authority community of Eastport Terrace. Mayor Pantelides asked the chief to outline public safety efforts in the area and to detail the application of […]

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Pair arrested in bus theft, were looking for change to buy cigarettes

Pair arrested in bus theft, were looking for change to buy cigarettes

On October 7, 2014, at approximately 5:30 a.m., the Anne Arundel County Police Department received a call from a bus company dispatcher regarding the theft of an Anne Arundel County special needs school bus from a lot located at 1229 Generals Highway in Crownsville. It was learned that the suspects gained access to the property […]

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County school bus stolen

County school bus stolen

UPDATE: 12:30pm.  Police advising that they have made 2 arrests in the theft of the school bus. NO further information at this time. Anne Arundel County Police have located a stolen school bus in the area of Governor’s Bridge Road and Strawberry Run in Davidsonville but suspects are still on the loose, but according to […]

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EVENTS

Rams Head Onstage announces more shows

Rams Head Onstage announces more shows

10/22 John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band feat. Herb Pedersen, Jon Randall & Mark Fain 10/23 Danielia Cotton w. Sweet Leda 10/24 Tommy Castro & The Painkillers 10/25 Voyage: A Tribute To Journey feat. Hugo 10/26 Joe Ely Duo 10/27 Wine & Canvas: A Painting Class With Cocktails 10/28 Murder Mystery Dinner: Charlie’s Angels Of Death 10/29 […]

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Slippery, slimey, yuckky educational programs at Annapolis Maritime Museum

Slippery, slimey, yuckky educational programs at Annapolis Maritime Museum

Slippery, slimy, and scale-less, American eels are amazing animals. The Annapolis Maritime Museum announces a new educational program for families: Amazing American eels, who are native to the Chesapeake Bay, scheduled from 10:00-11:00am on Saturday October 25th.  Come to our Back Creek location for a hands-on exploration of eel habitats and even meet live eels! […]

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Madden brothers returning to DC roots at 930 Club in November

Madden brothers returning to DC roots at 930 Club in November

The Madden Brothers, comprised of multi-platinum selling recording artists Joel and Benji Madden, will play special live shows in select cities across the United States that will include a stop at the 930 Club in DC. These select live shows will include music from their acclaimed debut album Greetings From California, which was released on September 16th […]

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Build a half-hull model at CBMM November 8, 9

Build a half-hull model at CBMM November 8, 9

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Model Guild is hosting a two-day model-building workshop from 9-5 pm. on Saturday, November 8 and Sunday, November 9 in the museum’s Bay History building. Participants will create a half-hull model of the Pride of Baltimore II, a reproduction of an 1812-era topsail schooner privateer. Band sawed from a block […]

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Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Join Great Storms of the Chesapeake author David Healey at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Thursday, October 30 beginning at 5 p.m. as he shares the history of the Chesapeake Bay region’s hurricanes, blizzards, fogs and freezes over the last four centuries. Space is limited, with advanced registration needed. Before John Smith’s crew weathered […]

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Christ Church ham & oyster dinner

Christ Church ham & oyster dinner

Join your neighbors at the 96th annual Homecoming Dinner Saturday, Nov. 1st from 1-5 PM at Christ Church Parish Hall in Owensville. The menu is fried Chincoteague oysters, country and baked ham, home made potato salad & applesauce, succotash, bread and dessert.   Outside will be a cookout with hamburgers and hot dogs and a moon […]

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NON-PROFIT NEWS

Build a half-hull model at CBMM November 8, 9

Build a half-hull model at CBMM November 8, 9

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Model Guild is hosting a two-day model-building workshop from 9-5 pm. on Saturday, November 8 and Sunday, November 9 in the museum’s Bay History building. Participants will create a half-hull model of the Pride of Baltimore II, a reproduction of an 1812-era topsail schooner privateer. Band sawed from a block […]

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Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Join Great Storms of the Chesapeake author David Healey at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Thursday, October 30 beginning at 5 p.m. as he shares the history of the Chesapeake Bay region’s hurricanes, blizzards, fogs and freezes over the last four centuries. Space is limited, with advanced registration needed. Before John Smith’s crew weathered […]

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Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award nominees sought

Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award nominees sought

Entrepreneur’s Exchange (EE) has announced it is now accepting nominations for its annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards.  The Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards are designed to recognize local entrepreneurial business leaders who exemplify tenacity, creativity, and integrity. There are 3 award categories: Member, Non-Member, and Rising Star (in business less than 3 years). Ann Alsina, chairman […]

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Christ Church ham & oyster dinner

Christ Church ham & oyster dinner

Join your neighbors at the 96th annual Homecoming Dinner Saturday, Nov. 1st from 1-5 PM at Christ Church Parish Hall in Owensville. The menu is fried Chincoteague oysters, country and baked ham, home made potato salad & applesauce, succotash, bread and dessert.   Outside will be a cookout with hamburgers and hot dogs and a moon […]

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CTA opens 56th season with “The Canterville Ghost”

CTA opens 56th season with “The Canterville Ghost”

Get ready for a somewhat spooky, wholly hilarious production just in time for Halloween! Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) will soon open its 56th season with Oscar Wilde’s “The Canterville Ghost,” a ghoulish comedy that’s appropriate and fun for the entire family. Directed by Joe Thompson of Annapolis and featuring the talents of more than […]

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Dixie Longate brings her comedy to benefit Equality Maryland

Dixie Longate brings her comedy to benefit Equality Maryland

This ain’t your momma’s Tupperware party. Join international celebrity comedienne Dixie Longate for an evening of comedy, laughter, and interlocking lids. Whether you need something to store those Thanksgiving leftovers or are just looking for a howling good show, Dixie never disappoints! Tickets are limited in each location, so get yours before they sell out. […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award nominees sought

Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award nominees sought

Entrepreneur’s Exchange (EE) has announced it is now accepting nominations for its annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards.  The Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards are designed to recognize local entrepreneurial business leaders who exemplify tenacity, creativity, and integrity. There are 3 award categories: Member, Non-Member, and Rising Star (in business less than 3 years). Ann Alsina, chairman […]

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Art of the Forest in West Annapolis

Art of the Forest in West Annapolis

“Trees are poems the earth writes upon the sky.”  – Kahlil Gibran West Annapolis Artworks presents an exhibit of art work that reflects the splendor and poetry of trees.  This all media exhibit includes paintings, jewelry, wood turnings and ceramics by more than 15 artists from Annapolis, Baltimore, the Eastern Shore, Washington D.C. and Virginia.  […]

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Nancy Hammond Editions releases 2015 poster

Nancy Hammond Editions releases 2015 poster

Nancy Hammond is back in Annapolis with her 2015 Limited Edition Annual Poster Opening on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The new poster opening will be held at the location of her new gallery, Nancy Hammond Editions, at 192 West Street, Annapolis, MD. The poster, Rookery for Two,  was unveiled this afternoon. Since the new gallery is still […]

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Google names Annapolis as Maryland’s 2014 eCity

Google names Annapolis as Maryland’s 2014 eCity

Google has named Annapolis as the 2014 eCity for the State of Maryland. The eCity Awards recognize the strongest online business communities in all fifty states. The businesses in these communities are embracing the web to find new customers, connect with existing clients and fuel their local economies. Annapolis joins the ranks of America’s leading cities in the […]

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Six restaurants to compete in oyster stew cook-off

Six restaurants to compete in oyster stew cook-off

Six restaurants will compete for best oyster stew bragging rights when festival-goers sip, sample and cast their votes at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s October 25 OysterFest. This year’s participating restaurants include 2013 first place winner Theo’s Steaks, Sides, & Spirits of St. Michaels;  2013 second place winner Roy’s Kwik Korner Seafood Carry Out of […]

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Tip a cop this Saturday at Red Robin

Tip a cop this Saturday at Red Robin

Red Robin® restaurants across the state have teamed up with local law enforcement to host the 9th annual Tip-A-Cop® fundraiser on Saturday, October 18 at 12 Red Robin® locations. Law enforcement officers will trade their ticket books for order pads and serve guests alongside Red Robin’s® wait staff, with tips benefitting Special Olympics Maryland, which […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

How to handle a DUI better than Michael Phelps

How to handle a DUI better than Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps. 18 Gold Medals. 22 Olympic Medals. 2 DUIs? After an 8-hour gambling binge at the new Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore, Michael Phelps was pulled over under suspicion of drinking and driving the morning of Tuesday, September 30th. Michael Phelps does a lot of things right in the pool. However, when it comes to getting […]

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Miss Shirley’s releases new fall menu

Miss Shirley’s releases new fall menu

With the weather cooling down, Fall is in the air! Miss Shirley’s Café is celebrating the season with the premiere of their NEW Fall menu at all 3 locations. Delicious new imaginative dishes and returning fan favorites join house specialties for a fresh offering of seasonal flavors. Corporate Executive Chef Brigitte Bledsoe and her culinary team’s, creative, […]

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Alex Cortright: Thank you

Alex Cortright: Thank you

On Tuesday,  the morning commute for many was a little off. Alex Cortright, the morning jock for WRNR 103.1 had broadcast his final show for the station on Monday. As many listeners know, Eye On Annapolis has worked with Alex on Friday mornings for several years highlighting the weekend happenings in and around town–despite only […]

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Baysox end season with a loss

Baysox end season with a loss

The Baysox fell to Altoona 6-5 Monday afternoon in the 2014 season finale. Bowie will finish the season 72-70 and at .500 or better for the eighth consecutive season despite falling a game short of the playoffs. The Baysox jumped out to an early lead in the bottom of the first inning against Altoona starter […]

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Baysox shock Curve in walk-off win

Baysox shock Curve in walk-off win

The Baysox scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to rally from two runs down in a walk-off 8-7 win over Altoona Sunday afternoon. The Baysox will play the 2014 season finale at home Monday at 2:05 p.m. The Baysox overcame four home runs from the Altoona Curve in the first five […]

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Baysox playoff hopes end with a loss

Baysox playoff hopes end with a loss

The Baysox fell to Altoona 3-1 in 11 innings Saturday evening and are now eliminated from playoff contention. The Baysox trail Akron by two games with two to play, but would lose the tiebreaker should both teams end with the same record. The Baysox last playoff appearance was in 2012 and Bowie lost to Akron […]

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Rams Head Onstage announces more shows

Rams Head Onstage announces more shows

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

10/22 John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band feat. Herb Pedersen, Jon Randall & Mark Fain 10/23 Danielia Cotton w. Sweet Leda 10/24 Tommy Castro & The Painkillers 10/25 Voyage: A Tribute To Journey feat. Hugo 10/26 Joe Ely Duo 10/27 Wine & Canvas: A Painting Class With Cocktails 10/28 Murder Mystery Dinner: Charlie’s Angels Of Death 10/29 […]

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Fire Department completes mobile tablet initiative

Fire Department completes mobile tablet initiative

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department is in the final phases of outfitting all of its engines and staff vehicles with mobile technology. Following two trials in which Apple iPads proved superior in functionality, usability in the field and cost over Panasonic Toughbooks, 64 iPads are projected to be installed by the end of the […]

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Slippery, slimey, yuckky educational programs at Annapolis Maritime Museum

Slippery, slimey, yuckky educational programs at Annapolis Maritime Museum

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Slippery, slimy, and scale-less, American eels are amazing animals. The Annapolis Maritime Museum announces a new educational program for families: Amazing American eels, who are native to the Chesapeake Bay, scheduled from 10:00-11:00am on Saturday October 25th.  Come to our Back Creek location for a hands-on exploration of eel habitats and even meet live eels! […]

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Madden brothers returning to DC roots at 930 Club in November

Madden brothers returning to DC roots at 930 Club in November

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Madden Brothers, comprised of multi-platinum selling recording artists Joel and Benji Madden, will play special live shows in select cities across the United States that will include a stop at the 930 Club in DC. These select live shows will include music from their acclaimed debut album Greetings From California, which was released on September 16th […]

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Build a half-hull model at CBMM November 8, 9

Build a half-hull model at CBMM November 8, 9

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Model Guild is hosting a two-day model-building workshop from 9-5 pm. on Saturday, November 8 and Sunday, November 9 in the museum’s Bay History building. Participants will create a half-hull model of the Pride of Baltimore II, a reproduction of an 1812-era topsail schooner privateer. Band sawed from a block […]

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Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

Storms of the Chesapeake explored at CBMM

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Join Great Storms of the Chesapeake author David Healey at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Thursday, October 30 beginning at 5 p.m. as he shares the history of the Chesapeake Bay region’s hurricanes, blizzards, fogs and freezes over the last four centuries. Space is limited, with advanced registration needed. Before John Smith’s crew weathered […]

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Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award nominees sought

Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award nominees sought

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Entrepreneur’s Exchange (EE) has announced it is now accepting nominations for its annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards.  The Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards are designed to recognize local entrepreneurial business leaders who exemplify tenacity, creativity, and integrity. There are 3 award categories: Member, Non-Member, and Rising Star (in business less than 3 years). Ann Alsina, chairman […]

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3 County employees disciplined after displaying noose

3 County employees disciplined after displaying noose

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

County Executive Laura Neuman hosted a press conference yesterday to stress the important role cultural sensitivity plays in the diverse workforce that composes Anne Arundel County government. Spurred by a recent isolated incidence of racial and cultural insensitivity – in which three employees were disciplined for fashioning and displaying a noose and exchanging inappropriate jokes […]

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AACC awarded Military Friendly School designation for 6th year

AACC awarded Military Friendly School designation for 6th year

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Anne Arundel Community College has been named to the Military Friendly School® list for the sixth consecutive year by Victory Media, a media organization for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The honor recognizes the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to help military […]

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Christ Church ham & oyster dinner

Christ Church ham & oyster dinner

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Join your neighbors at the 96th annual Homecoming Dinner Saturday, Nov. 1st from 1-5 PM at Christ Church Parish Hall in Owensville. The menu is fried Chincoteague oysters, country and baked ham, home made potato salad & applesauce, succotash, bread and dessert.   Outside will be a cookout with hamburgers and hot dogs and a moon […]

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CTA opens 56th season with “The Canterville Ghost”

CTA opens 56th season with “The Canterville Ghost”

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Get ready for a somewhat spooky, wholly hilarious production just in time for Halloween! Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) will soon open its 56th season with Oscar Wilde’s “The Canterville Ghost,” a ghoulish comedy that’s appropriate and fun for the entire family. Directed by Joe Thompson of Annapolis and featuring the talents of more than […]

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Dixie Longate brings her comedy to benefit Equality Maryland

Dixie Longate brings her comedy to benefit Equality Maryland

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

This ain’t your momma’s Tupperware party. Join international celebrity comedienne Dixie Longate for an evening of comedy, laughter, and interlocking lids. Whether you need something to store those Thanksgiving leftovers or are just looking for a howling good show, Dixie never disappoints! Tickets are limited in each location, so get yours before they sell out. […]

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CBMM offers intermediate carving workshop

CBMM offers intermediate carving workshop

| October 19, 2014 | 3 Comments

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering a four-session intermediate carving workshop with craftsman John Garlick from 5-9 pm. beginning on Tuesday, October 28, and continuing on October 30, November 4 and November 6. Participation is limited, with advanced registration needed. Participants will learn the techniques and artistry necessary to produce a carved eagle with […]

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Golden Dragon Acrobats coming to Maryland Hall

Golden Dragon Acrobats coming to Maryland Hall

| October 19, 2014 | 2 Comments

Award-winning acrobatics, traditional dance, spectacular costumes, and ancient and contemporary music are featured in the award-winning Golden Dragon Acrobats family show at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts on Sunday, November 16 at 4 pm. Tickets are $21 for non-members, $16 for Maryland Hall members and $12 for children (plus ticket fees).  The Golden Dragons […]

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Art of the Forest in West Annapolis

Art of the Forest in West Annapolis

| October 19, 2014 | 1 Comment

“Trees are poems the earth writes upon the sky.”  – Kahlil Gibran West Annapolis Artworks presents an exhibit of art work that reflects the splendor and poetry of trees.  This all media exhibit includes paintings, jewelry, wood turnings and ceramics by more than 15 artists from Annapolis, Baltimore, the Eastern Shore, Washington D.C. and Virginia.  […]

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Nancy Hammond Editions releases 2015 poster

Nancy Hammond Editions releases 2015 poster

| October 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

Nancy Hammond is back in Annapolis with her 2015 Limited Edition Annual Poster Opening on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The new poster opening will be held at the location of her new gallery, Nancy Hammond Editions, at 192 West Street, Annapolis, MD. The poster, Rookery for Two,  was unveiled this afternoon. Since the new gallery is still […]

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Austrian strings come to Key Auditorium at St. John’s

Austrian strings come to Key Auditorium at St. John’s

| October 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

A concert of classical music by the Austrian string trio, ALEA-Ensemble, will be presented free of charge at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium at St. John’s College. The musical group, composed of Sigrid Praesent and Igmar Jenner, violinists and Tobias Stosiek, cello, will combine traditional and contemporary selections in a […]

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Chesapeake Life Center offers holiday grief counseling

Chesapeake Life Center offers holiday grief counseling

| October 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

Chesapeake Life Center is offering two Hope Full Holidays seminars to offer support to those in the community who are experiencing grief during the holidays. Led by hospice bereavement counselors, the Hope Full Holidays seminars are for adults, ages 18 and older and will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22 […]

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Sustainafest – October 25th

Sustainafest – October 25th

| October 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

Join an ongoing celebration – and conversation – around what we can all do to create a healthier, more prosperous and sustainable Chesapeake Bay region. Through a regular and on-going series of events and activities culminating in an annual film festival, SustainaFest leverages the power of art and entertainment to spark dialogue and drive direct […]

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3 rescued from Harbor House apartment fire in Annapolis

3 rescued from Harbor House apartment fire in Annapolis

| October 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

On Saturday, October 18, 2014, at 0248 am, Annapolis Fire Department units were dispatched for a reported “Apartment Fire”, in the 1200 block of Madison Street in Eastport. Fire crews arrived in approximately three (3) minutes, and found smoke coming from the 3rd floor of a middle of the group, garden style apartment. Bystanders reported […]

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Carrie Weedon Science Center gala scheduled for November 1

Carrie Weedon Science Center gala scheduled for November 1

| October 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

The Carrie Weedon Science Center of southern Anne Arundel County is raising funds to support ongoing operations and local scholarships. Please join your neighbors for a Gala and Auction of a range of items donated by businesses and friends and supporters in the local community. Tickets:       $35 in advance, or $40 at the door Ticket price covers […]

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Full November calendar at AACC

Full November calendar at AACC

| October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Anne Arundel Community College offers many events open to the community that are organized or hosted by various college departments or programs. Occasionally, times, dates or places of the events change. For the most up-to-date information, visit the website at http://www.aacc.edu/events. Mondays – 7-8 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meetings, Student Union building Room 102, AACC Arnold […]

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National Book Award winner to speak at St. John’s tonight

National Book Award winner to speak at St. John’s tonight

| October 17, 2014 | 2 Comments

David Ferry, winner of the 2012 National Book Award for Poetry, will present a reading and translation of his poetry at St. John’s College. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium on Friday, October 17 at 8 p.m. Ferry if a professor emeritus […]

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Angela Cheng joins ASO for opening night

Angela Cheng joins ASO for opening night

| October 16, 2014 | 2 Comments

The pyrotechnics will be strictly musical when Canadian pianist Angela Cheng joins the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (ASO) for the first concerts of the 2014-15 season entitled “Opening Night Fireworks.”  On October 17 and 18, Music Director José-Luis Novo will lead the orchestra’s first performances in the newly renovated auditorium at Maryland Hall for the Creative […]

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Junior League scheduled workshop

Junior League scheduled workshop

| October 16, 2014 | 2 Comments

Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. (JLA) invites local Anne Arundel County organizations and governmental agencies, interested in applying to partner with JLA, to attend its three-hour workshop on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 9 A.M. in the Community Room located at 130 Lubrano Drive, Lower Level, Annapolis, Maryland. JLA currently focuses on the issue areas […]

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Google names Annapolis as Maryland’s 2014 eCity

Google names Annapolis as Maryland’s 2014 eCity

| October 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

Google has named Annapolis as the 2014 eCity for the State of Maryland. The eCity Awards recognize the strongest online business communities in all fifty states. The businesses in these communities are embracing the web to find new customers, connect with existing clients and fuel their local economies. Annapolis joins the ranks of America’s leading cities in the […]

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AACC wants to know if numbers are in your future

AACC wants to know if numbers are in your future

| October 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

Discover if a career as a certified public accountant (CPA) would be right for you by listening to a panel of recent CPAs talk about their jobs on Thursday, Oct. 23, at the annual CPA Night sponsored by the Business Administration department of Anne Arundel Community College. A short reception for AACC graduates who have […]

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Children’s Theatre of Annapolis names new director

Children’s Theatre of Annapolis names new director

| October 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) is proud to welcome its new executive director, Susan Baum, who joined the team in August and has since been hard at work using her skills and talents to serve the young people in the performing arts community of the greater Annapolis area. “I love theater and I love working […]

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Annapolis to celebrate Maryland’s Constitution of 1864

Annapolis to celebrate Maryland’s Constitution of 1864

| October 15, 2014 | 2 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides invites residents to support the numerous events offered this month, showcasing our history and the outstanding work being done by the Annapolis Commission on Maryland’s Constitution of 1864 and the Abolishment of Slavery. The City has been planning for this since 2011, when the Annapolis City Council unanimously adopted Resolution 59-11, which […]

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Six restaurants to compete in oyster stew cook-off

Six restaurants to compete in oyster stew cook-off

| October 15, 2014 | 1 Comment

Six restaurants will compete for best oyster stew bragging rights when festival-goers sip, sample and cast their votes at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s October 25 OysterFest. This year’s participating restaurants include 2013 first place winner Theo’s Steaks, Sides, & Spirits of St. Michaels;  2013 second place winner Roy’s Kwik Korner Seafood Carry Out of […]

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