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Annapolis Film Festival hosts “Shorts Challenge” contest on women’s/girl’s issues

Annapolis Film Festival hosts “Shorts Challenge” contest on women’s/girl’s issues

| February 17, 2018

Always wanted to make a film? Have the idea but don’t have the dough? Don’t know who to hire for all the aspects that go into filmmaking? Now’s your chance. For the first time the Annapolis Film Festival (AFF) is hosting a Shorts Challenge: Pitch Contest. The winner receives $30,000 in-kind production services to turn […]

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Art Garfunkel coming to Annapolis

Art Garfunkel coming to Annapolis

| February 14, 2018

Rams Head Promotions announces Art Garfunkel at Francis Scott Key Auditorium on St. John’s College campus in Annapolis, Maryland on Sunday, April 8, 2018. Tickets on sale Friday, February 16 @ 12pm.   Blessed with what the New York Times described as a “beautiful countertenor,” singer Art Garfunkel has made an indelible mark on the music […]

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A Chinese New Year Celebration at Maryland Hall this Wednesday

A Chinese New Year Celebration at Maryland Hall this Wednesday

| February 12, 2018

A Chinese New Year celebration with craftsmen and performers from China will be held Wednesday, February 14 in Annapolis at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St., at 6:00 p.m.  The festival is free and suitable for all ages.  The festival celebrates the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Dog, From 6:00 […]

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Cirque Zuma Zuma this Thursday at Maryland Hall

Cirque Zuma Zuma this Thursday at Maryland Hall

| February 11, 2018

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts will host the family-friendly “Cirque Zuma Zuma” show on Thursday, February 15 at 7:30 pm in the Main Theater. Tickets: Tickets are $30 and can be purchased by visiting www.marylandhall.org. Americaʹs Got Talent finalist Cirque Zuma Zuma is a show for the whole family–filled with non-stop action including dance, acrobatics, […]

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ASO’s Concert of Tastes on the Bay to be held April 8th

ASO’s Concert of Tastes on the Bay to be held April 8th

| February 1, 2018

The Friends of the Annapolis Symphony (FASO) will hold its annual Concert of Taste on April 8, 2018 at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Ave, Annapolis, MD 21403, five o’clock until eight o’clock in the evening. Now in its 38th year, “Concert of Tastes on the Bay” will feature the best restaurants in Annapolis […]

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Annapolis Film Festival offers sneak peek into their 6th year

Annapolis Film Festival offers sneak peek into their 6th year

| January 21, 2018

The Annapolis Film Festival announces this year’s festival theme Voices Strong. Minds Open. The first film to be announced on the slate: “Sammy Davis Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me,” which will screen at the fest’s African American Experience Showcase on March 23 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. The film features 60 years of […]

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Maryland Events: 4 Upcoming Amazing Ones to Look for!

Maryland Events: 4 Upcoming Amazing Ones to Look for!

| January 4, 2018

As you know, Maryland has a very lively and fun-filled ambiance. The people of this small state in the Mid-Atlantic live life at its best while being always surrounded by a lot of fun and laughter. And, thanks to the various interesting, the vibrancy among the people always doubles up. Moreover, to enjoy those awesome […]

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Been thinking of making a movie? Take the Annapolis Film Festival “Shorts Challenge

Been thinking of making a movie? Take the Annapolis Film Festival “Shorts Challenge

| January 1, 2018

What will be your conversation starter in the New Year? Practice pitching that story you always dreamed of making into a film but couldn’t find the people or resources to make it. Now’s the chance for your directorial debut. For the first-time the Annapolis Film Festival will be hosting its 2018 Shorts Challenge. The winner […]

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Colonial Players to present <em>Quartet</em> by Ronald Harwood

Colonial Players to present Quartet by Ronald Harwood

| December 29, 2017

The Colonial Players, Inc. of Annapolis, Maryland is pleased to warm up your January with the delightful comedy, Quartet, by Ronald Harwood. This gem of a play will “make [you] laugh a little, sigh a little, and cry a little…” Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers in Kent, England. […]

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Broadneck High grad & local musician, Jeremy Ragsdale, wins X Factor Romania (Video)

Broadneck High grad & local musician, Jeremy Ragsdale, wins X Factor Romania (Video)

| December 22, 2017

You might have taken lessons with him at his JR Voice Studios. You may have seen him twinkling the ivories at Middleton Tavern on the weekends. If you were down at National Harbor, you may have even seen him there.  But, if you were watching television in Romania tonight, you would have witnessed Broadneck High […]

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Two holiday shows at Rams Head On Stage you might want to catch

Two holiday shows at Rams Head On Stage you might want to catch

| December 20, 2017

Rams Head On Stage is doing something different this year for Christmas and New Years.  If you are not at home with the family on the 25th, Rams Head On Stage might be the place for you with Sean Altman’s JEWMONGOUS! Yes, it’s another comedy show in their wildly successful Laughs and Drafts Comedy Series. […]

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10th Annual Santa Speedo Run – December 16th — REGISTER NOW

10th Annual Santa Speedo Run – December 16th — REGISTER NOW

| December 12, 2017

The  Tenth Annual Santa Speedo Run and Toy Drive will be held Saturday, December 16th, beginning and ending atO’Brien’s Steak House on Main Street in Annapolis. This event has become a holiday tradition in Annapolis. Last year, nice weather drew more than 400 runners who were brave enough to bare it (almost) all! The one mile […]

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Blues Foundation awards Chesapeake Bay Blues Fest the 2018 Keeping the Blues Alive Award

Blues Foundation awards Chesapeake Bay Blues Fest the 2018 Keeping the Blues Alive Award

| November 26, 2017
[rh} The Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival (CBBF) has been awarded the 2018 KEEPING THE BLUES ALIVE AWARD to be presented in Memphis in January 2018.  “On our 20th Anniversary year, it is truly an honor to be recognized for our continued efforts in bringing Blues music to our audience while supporting our community” says Sarah […]

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6th Annual Annapolis Film Festival opens with Voices Strong, Minds Open

6th Annual Annapolis Film Festival opens with Voices Strong, Minds Open

| November 26, 2017

Locals and movie lovers from around the world flock to downtown Annapolis for four consecutive days: Thursday, March 22 to Sunday, March 25, 2018. Diverse shorts, documentaries and feature films spanning the globe will be screened, some for the very first time. Venues include:  Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (two venues,  the Main Auditorium […]

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Chesapeake Arts Center announces new Theater in Residence program

Chesapeake Arts Center announces new Theater in Residence program

| November 25, 2017

The Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) is proud to announce a new Theater in Residence program. The AngelWing Project, Inc. (AWP) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit performing arts organization in Glen Burnie, MD that promotes the development of the performing arts in the local community. The mission of AWP is to positively impact our community by […]

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Free parking, expanded circulator available in Annapolis for the holidays

Free parking, expanded circulator available in Annapolis for the holidays

| November 21, 2017

The City of Annapolis will offer popular holiday parking options and benefits again this year beginning Friday, November 24th and running through January 1st, 2018. Parking benefits will include: Free, 3-Hour Parking at Meters: The city will once again offer three hours of free parking at metered spaces downtown from November 24, 2017, through January […]

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“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” An Annapolis Reflection, Part 10

“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” An Annapolis Reflection, Part 10

| November 20, 2017

As I have lectured and done readings from my book about growing up in Annapolis—“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy”—the question I’m always asked is, “How has Annapolis changed since you were a youngster?” As I write in the book, the Annapolis of my youth in the 1930s and 1940s changed dramatically in 1950. On […]

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Special screening of the film,  13th,  at Maryland Hall

Special screening of the film, 13th, at Maryland Hall

| November 17, 2017

A screening of the award-winning film 13th followed by a panel discussion, is slated for Friday, December 1st from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis. Admission is free but participants must register at www.mdhall.org. 13th, a documentary by Ava DuVernay, director of Selma, explores the intersection of race, […]

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Your kid could flip the switch!

Your kid could flip the switch!

| November 12, 2017

Enter for a chance to be the Guest of Honor at Homestead Gardens’ Grand Illumination! Calling all parents – submit your child’s favorite Christmas memory (in their own words, please) and he or she could be named the guest of honor at Homestead Garadens’ annual Grand Illumination on Saturday, November 18th! If their submission is chosen, […]

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Colonial Players to donate to ALS Association

Colonial Players to donate to ALS Association

| October 25, 2017

The Colonial Players, Inc. of Annapolis, Maryland is pleased to announce a partnership with the ALS Association and the “One Dollar Difference” program. The Colonial Players will donate $1 for every ticket sold to the current production, 33 Variations, to the DC/MD/VA chapter of the ALS Association. 33 Variations is the moving story of a […]

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Baltimore in the running for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Baltimore in the running for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

| October 17, 2017

The United Bid Committee announced today the 32 cities across North America that could serve as Official Host Cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup™. The 32 potential host cities include four cities in Canada, three in Mexico and 25 cities in the United States. The full list of cities is included below. The United […]

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Parker Quartet returns to St. Johns College tomorrow night for free concert

Parker Quartet returns to St. Johns College tomorrow night for free concert

| October 12, 2017

Returning to St. John’s College for the tenth consecutive year, the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet will perform a program of classical music by Mozart, Ligeti, and Bartók. The concert, which is free and open to public, will be held in the college’s Francis Scott Key Auditorium on Friday, October 13 at 8 p.m. No tickets […]

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