Eye On Annapolis http://www.eyeonannapolis.net ...it's about the quality of life! Thu, 28 Apr 2016 19:44:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.1 Pigs and Pearls for the West and Rhode Rivershttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/pigs-and-pearls-for-the-west-and-rhode-rivers/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/pigs-and-pearls-for-the-west-and-rhode-rivers/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 19:44:21 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=105759 PigsPearlsFlyerForFacebookPirates Cove Restaurant and Dock Bar in Galesville, MD will host a fundraiser on April 30th for the West and Rhode River Keeper, called Pigs and Pearls: Barbecue and Oysters!

The event will highlight locally harvested oysters served fresh-shucked or roasted, and pulled BBQ pork from local farms with two sauces from Pirate’s Cove Chef Steve Hardison. 

The event will feature local musicians, The Eastport Oyster Boys, along with guest local watermen from the West and Rhode Rivers.

This is the opening day of the Pirate’s Cove Dock Bar, so the day is sure to be a fun time on the waterfront of the West River with great food, drinks, and music. AND Pirate and Bay themed kid’s activities including face painting and dress up. 

Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door, kids ages 5-12 $10, kids under 4 free. Admission includes 18 tickets for your choice of oysters, BBQ, local craft beers, sodas, and  a contribution to the West and Rhode River keeper.

Call 410-867-2300 for more details. Pirates Cove is located at 4817 Riverside Drive, Galesville MD, 20765.

Tickets can be purchased at Pirate’s Cove in Galesville, Killarney House in Davidsonville, Galway Bay in Annapolis, and Brian Boru in Severna Park.

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Prince Tribute at Union Jack’s on Mondayhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/prince-tribute-at-union-jacks-on-monday/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/prince-tribute-at-union-jacks-on-monday/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 15:26:14 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=106185 Layout 1On Monday, local musicians will all come together to pay tribute to one of the most influential artists of the past 40 years–Prince.  It all gets underway at 6:00pm at Union Jack’s in the Annapolis Towne Centre.

13 local artists will each play one or two songs by Prince or written by Prince–so there are likely to be some surprises.  Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door and the proceeds will benefit AMFM.  AMFM is a local non-profit established to provide temporary financial relief to professional Annapolis musicians who cannot work due to sickness, injury, or any other circumstance leaving them unable to perform. This fund will act as an emergency relief fund for lost income.

So, here are the details!

Monday, May 2, at Union Jacks (2072 Somerville Road, Annapolis, Maryland)

Tickets available HERE

General Admission. Doors Open at 6PM, Show Starts at 7:30 PM

Tickets $15 each (+processing fees) online before show, $20 at the door

Each act will play songs performed or written by Prince to pay tribute to the legendary artist.  Proceeds will benefit AMFM.

Artists for this show include:

  • Angela Charles
  • Annapolis Princess
  • Bryan Ewald
  • Carolyn Moyer
  • Chanssez
  • Charles Kavoossi
  • Dan Haas
  • Eric Scott
  • Gillian Thompson Project
  • Gina Cocco
  • Higher Hands
  • Jimi Haha
  • Kajun Kelley
  • Krunchyfunknstein
  • Meg Murray
  • Mike McHenry
  • PJ Thomas
  • Tambo
  • Timmie Metz
  • Tony Waddy
  • with DJ Michael K spinning tunes
  • and an all-star finale

* Line-up subject to change

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County Bar Association seeks entries for annual high school essay contesthttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/county-bar-association-seeks-entries-for-annual-high-school-essay-contest/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/county-bar-association-seeks-entries-for-annual-high-school-essay-contest/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 14:53:38 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=105696 scales_1The Anne Arundel County Bar Foundation invites all high school students in Anne Arundel County to enter the Foundation’s annual legal essay contest. During the past 16 years, nearly 2,600 county students have participated in this competition.

The contest is open to all public or private high school students in grades 9-12, and home-schooled students at corresponding grade levels. The Foundation will award three cash prizes of $500 (1st place), $250 (2nd place) and $100 (3rd place) to the students who submit the winning essays. 

The topic for this year’s essay contest is a current Supreme Court case (Bernard v. Minnesota, Docket No. 14-1470) that will decide whether in the absence of a warrant, a State may make it a crime for a driver to refuse to take a chemical test to detect the presence of alcohol in the driver’s blood. To enter, a student should submit an essay of up to 1,200 words expressing his or her opinion on how the Supreme Court should rule in this case. Entries should be double-spaced and either typewritten or printed using a computer word processor. All portions of the essay that are not expressly identified as quotations must be the original work product of the student submitting the essay.

The essay must be accompanied by a cover sheet that includes the following information: the student’s name, address, phone number and e-mail address; school’s name (if applicable), address and phone number; and the name of the teacher sponsor (if applicable, or parent if home-schooled). Essays must be postmarked no later than May 13, 2015 and mailed to:  Anne Arundel County Bar Foundation, Essay Contest, P.O. Box 161, Annapolis, MD  21404.  

Students and teachers can find more information about the essay contest and background information on the case to be considered at www.aabar.org/essay. If you have questions about the contest, please contact the Foundation at info@aabar.org.

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Maryland State Trooper saves life at Annapolis MVAhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/maryland-state-trooper-saves-life-at-annapolis-mva/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/maryland-state-trooper-saves-life-at-annapolis-mva/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 14:33:40 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=106219 mspA Maryland State Trooper assigned to the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division is being commended today. His quick actions may have saved the life of a man, who had a medical emergency yesterday while visiting the Motor Vehicle Administration.

Corporal Joe Wilson was on duty as the security officer yesterday at the Annapolis Motor Vehicle Administration, where a 71-year-old man had been awaiting to be called to complete his transaction.

On April 27, 2016 shortly before 5:00 p.m., a patron reported an unconscious man, located in the waiting area to Cpl. Wilson. He responded to where the unconscious man was seated.  Cpl. Wilson discovered that the man had no pulse, was not breathing, and immediately began cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Cpl. Wilson continued CPR until medics arrived with an automated electronic defibrillator (AED).

The unconscious man was stabilized and had an intermittent pulse. Responding medics transported the man to Anne Arundel Medical Center, where he was treated.

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ASO’s Family Concert scheduled for May 14thhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/asos-family-concert-scheduled-for-may-14th/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/asos-family-concert-scheduled-for-may-14th/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 11:43:45 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=105694 Annapolis Symphony OrchestraSqueaks, tweets, rattles, and honks are featured on the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Family Concert on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 2:00pm and 3:30pm at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.  Really Inventive Stuff brings you The Professor, a whimsical Austrian sound scientist, who travels the world with his amazing acoustical laboratory but needs the audience’s help to complete the melody of Leopold Mozart’s The Toy Symphony. Come prepared to play along as the audience becomes the missing instrument.

Fusing the styles of a museum curator and a school librarian, with a sprinkling of Mary Poppins, Really Inventive Stuff presents Britain’s own Symphonia Semi d’Quaver, the internationally renowned “Orchestra-ologist,” consummate animateur, and devoted fan of Henry Purcell, who hosts Benjamin Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra with wit and a wink.

Under the direction of Maestro José-Luis Novo, the ASO will also perform excerpts of classical favorites including Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4, and the iconic Symphony No. 5 by Beethoven.

These concerts are designed for the entire family and include an opportunity to Meet the Musicians at 1:15pm or 4:30pm for an up-close interactive experience with ASO musicians and their instruments. 

Tickets to the Family Concerts are $15 in all sections, and the performances are recommended for ages 4 and up.  Tickets are available by calling the ASO Box Office at 410-263-0907 or online at www.annapolissymphony.org

Founded in 2004 by Sara Valentine and Michael Boudewyns, Really Inventive Stuff has had the honor of performing family and education concerts with orchestras, conductors and musicians from all around the world.  Really Inventive Stuff is a troupe of classically-trained performers committed to sharing inspiring, memorable experiences with audiences of all ages.  Their productions are created with their core commitment to imaginative, playful, entertaining storytelling.  With a sprinkling of child-like enthusiasm, they create skillful, delightful performances that combine our love of vaudeville and their passion for classic theatre, while keeping the music in the spotlight.

Funding for the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is generously provided by Elizabeth Richebourg Rea, ezStorage, Baltimore / Annapolis Lexus Dealers, the Maryland State Arts Council, Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, and Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.  

The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra features 70 professional musicians who perform a variety of symphonic music for audiences of all ages.  Additionally, the non-profit organization provides educational programs through its partnerships with local schools, as well as various other community outreach efforts.

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Anne Arundel cops arrest 2 sets of brothers in separate crimeshttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/anne-arundel-cops-arrest-2-sets-of-brothers-in-separate-crimes/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/anne-arundel-cops-arrest-2-sets-of-brothers-in-separate-crimes/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 10:10:05 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=106188 Two sets of brothers were arrested in two separate incidents in the County.

Annapolis

On April 27, 2016 at 5:16 p.m., officers stopped to check a vehicle on the shoulder of Route 665 near Route 50. While speaking with the occupants of the vehicle, officers smelled the odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. A probable cause search was conducted that resulted in officers recovering 10 baggies of crack cocaine (5.5g) 9 baggies of heroin (4.5g) and 2.2 grams of marijuana. Also recovered from inside the vehicle was a fully loaded .380 handgun. Both occupants were arrested and charged with CDS distribution and handgun charges.

Isiah Naylor Taurus Naylor

Suspects:

  • Naylor, Taurus Deron 18 YOA, 400 Block of Log Inn Road in Annapolis, Maryland
  • Naylor, Isiah Richard 19 YOA, 400 Block of Log Inn Road in Annapolis, Maryland

Pasadena

A few hours earlier, on April 27, 2016 at 12:41 p.m., officers from the Eastern District responded to the 300 Block of Beach Ave. for a robbery. Upon arrival, they met with the victim who advised that he was assaulted by two brothers and one of them used brass knuckles during the assault. The suspects took an undetermined amount of US currency from the victim and fled the area.

One of the responding officers was familiar with the suspects and directed officers to a residence in the 400 Block of Riverside Drive where Suspect 1 was located. He was arrested after a brief foot pursuit. Suspect 2 was located by officers on Beach Road and placed under arrest. The victim did not sustain any notable injury during the robbery. Both suspects were charged with armed robbery, robbery, 1st degree assault, and 2nd degree assault.

Dustin Allen Michael Allen

Suspects:

  • Allen, Michael Paul, Jr. 23 YOA, 400 Block Riverside Drive, Pasadena, Maryland
  • Allen, Dustin Paul, 31 YOA, 400 Block Center Street, Pasadena, Maryland

Source: AACoPD

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Partners in Care seeking volunteer drivershttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/partners-in-care-seeking-volunteer-drivers/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/partners-in-care-seeking-volunteer-drivers/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 09:11:01 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=105692 partnersincare5Partners In Care Maryland, a local 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with offices on Ritchie Highway in Pasadena, is currently searching for volunteer drivers to keep up with an increasing demand of ride requests among its growing membership of older adults who live in Anne Arundel County.

Founded in 1993, PIC’s mission is to empower older adults to remain independent in their homes and active in the community. Through its time-exchange program, the organization recognizes the unique talents of its members, enabling them to contribute to the community in meaningful ways, and especially to the well-being of each other.

For more than 20 years, PIC has helped older adults by offering (1) no cost, arm-in-arm transportation from volunteer drivers who use their own vehicles; (2) handyman services for safety and maintenance; and (3) member support for keeping up with paperwork, managing applications for food and/or fuel assistance, and other important advocacy needs. In recent years, the organization added two low cost, wheelchair accessible mobility buses to assist seniors who have special transportation needs.

The Volunteer Driver program continues to be PIC’s signature program and provides older adults, age 50 and above, with no cost, arm-in-arm transportation to area hospitals, medical appointments, dental appointments, pharmacies, supermarkets, banks, churches, hair salons, and other popular destinations. It also provides area seniors with the ability to participate in social activities throughout the community.

PIC provides transportation service to older adults who have difficulty accessing public transportation, or have limited financial resources to access mobility options. Oftentimes this is done outside of normal social service agency business and service hours.

The organization also (1) assists with transportation needs for non-emergency medical appointments that are scheduled before and after hours of local para transit; (2) serves areas where limited or no transportation services are provided or accessible; and (3) offers specialized transportation services for individuals and groups to religious services, community activities, and shopping centers.

Anyone interested in becoming a PIC Volunteer Driver is required to attend a brief orientation and training session where the goals and mission of the program are explained, and ethics and safety issues regarding older adults are discussed. Prospective volunteer drivers are informed of the insurance (CIMA) that PIC maintains on its volunteer drivers and their vehicles. Copies of their driver’s license and auto insurance policy are also kept on file.

PIC also has a partnership arrangement with AARP which conducts a Driver Safety Program for older drivers. These sessions are held quarterly at PIC’s Anne Arundel County office.

For more information on becoming a PIC Volunteer Driver, or to make a financial contribution to Partners In Care Maryland, please call 410-544-4800; or visit PIC’s website at www.partnersincare.org

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Daylight armed robbery on Silopanna Roadhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/daylight-armed-robbery-on-silopanna-road/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/28/daylight-armed-robbery-on-silopanna-road/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2016 05:49:37 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=106182 Armed knife RobberyA man was robbed of money when two armed men approached him as he was getting out of his car in the mostly residential neighborhood on Silopanna Road.

Armed Robbery – 201600001699 – Unit block of Silopanna Rd – 04/27 at 5:50pm:  The adult male victim was exiting his vehicle when he was approached by two male suspects, one holding a knife, the other, a handgun.  The suspect with the knife demanded money from the victim.  They took money and fled the area in a green vehicle.

Source: Annapolis Police Department

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What do Moms want most for Mother’s Day?http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/27/what-do-moms-want-most-for-mothers-day/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/27/what-do-moms-want-most-for-mothers-day/#respond Wed, 27 Apr 2016 16:45:50 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=106150 handstoneLooking for an inexpensive Mother’s Day gift that provides immeasurable health benefits? Well, here’s a free gift idea that’s right under everyone’s nose—

One of the easiest and most inexpensive gifts you can give a loved one that will help boost their health, mood, longevity, and even their suc­cess is to give the gift of a smile!

According to Charlie Pulsipher, a health and fitness enthusiast and popular author, “Smiles do a lot more than simply let the world know you’re happy.”

Pulsipher refers to these proven benefits of smiling:

  • Lowers Heart Rate – Smiling slows the heart and relaxes the body and also temporarily reduces blood pressure.
  • Creates a Better Mood – The endorphins do more than kick stress to the curb. Endorphins lift your mood.
  • Increases Productivity – Smiling has been shown to increase your productivity while performing tasks. There’s truth to the “whistle while we work” mentality.
  • Helps to avoid regret, kills pain, makes us more attractive to others, increases our attention span, but most importantly smiling is contagious –

about 50% of people you smile at while smile back.

So what makes Moms and other loved ones smile? We surveyed our Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa members to find out.

We asked them what their perfect gift would be and a Hot Stone massage captured nearly 50% of the vote.

According to one of our Moms, “There’s nothing more relaxing than a Hot Stone Massage!”

Our Mom’s also prove that when it comes to smiling, kids come first. When asked which personal or professional life event would make them happiest – between themselves, their spouses or children, our Mom’s overwhelmingly said that their child’s achieving a major milestone would make them happi­est, with personal achievements slightly outranking professional ones.

When asked what would put them in a better mood if they were having a bad day, and our Moms said a massage or facial –with a higher score than the 2nd and 3rd place activities combined of : “Quiet time with a good book” and “a nice meal with my spouse.”

Moms said that their massage and facial “Me time” helps them equally relieve stress and gives them a little escape time.

May 8, 2016 is Mother’s Day so give the gift that will guarantee to put a smile on your Mom’s or any loved ones face, with a Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa gift card.

This Mother’s Day you can save $10 on single spa service gift cards and $20 on spa package gift cards. Hand and Stone is located in Severna Park Plaza at 550-I Ritchie Highway (former location of Maggie Moos) with phone # 410-799-5444 and in Annapolis Harbour Center (next to the Lebanese Taverna) at 2480 Solomon’s Island Rd with phone # 410-224-4402.

Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa offers a month-to-month Lifestyle Program where for just $59.95 a month you receive a 50 minute massage or facial, your choice. Our signature Hot Stone Massage is just $20 more. And it’s month to month — no 12 month commitment at Hand and Stone. If your circumstances change, you can terminate with 30 days notice

Bottom Line—we want our Lifestyle Program members to get their money’s worth and enjoy their services and we will go out of our way to accommodate. We are open 7 days a week and have extended hours. Please come see us and/or visit our website at handandstone.severnapark.com and handandstoneannapolis.com.

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The Temptations coming to Rams Head On Stagehttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/27/the-temptations-coming-to-rams-head-on-stage/ http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2016/04/27/the-temptations-coming-to-rams-head-on-stage/#respond Wed, 27 Apr 2016 14:40:15 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=105690
You can purchase tickets online or at the box office.

RamsHead

04/27 Greg Holden

04/28 David Wax Museum & Darlingside w. Twain

04/29 George Perris

04/30 Lera Lynn *All Ages Matinee

04/30 Tom Browne & Jean Carn

05/01 The Waifs w. Ruby Boots

05/02 Robby Krieger of The Doors

05/03 Candlebox w. Lullwater & Pete RG

05/04 Javier Colon

05/05 Spyro Gyra

05/06 Paula Cole

05/07 The New Stew feat. Corey Glover (Living Colour) & Roosevelt Collier *All Ages Matinee*

05/07 The New Romance: 80s Prom Night

05/08 Leftover Salmon

05/09 Kiefer Sutherland w. Austin Plaine

05/10 Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams

05/11 John Hiatt

05/12 Kathy Mattea

05/13 THE WEIGHT: Songs of THE BAND feat. former members of The Band, Levon Helm Band & Rick Danko Group

05/14 Darrell Scott

05/15 Jo Dee Messina

05/16 The Fabulous Thunderbirds

05/17 The Strawbs

05/18 The Zombies

05/19 Rufus Wainwright

05/20 Deanna Bogart Band

05/21 Southern Culture On The Skids

05/22 Ottmar Liebert

05/23 Denny Laine of Paul McCartney & Wings: The Complete ‘Band On The Run’ Album

05/24 Junior Brown

05/25 Annapolis Songwriting Collective 2-CD Compilation Release Show – Volume 1

05/26 Richard Marx

05/27 Dublin 5

05/28 Justin Hayward

05/29 Glen David Andrews

05/31 Gin Blossoms

06/01 Hinder w. Brad Ray

06/02 Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers

06/03 + 04 The Bacon Brothers

06/05 Memories of The King: Elvis Tribute

06/06 The Record Company (presented by WRNR 103.1)

06/09 Peter Wolf & The Midnight Travelers

06/10 O’Malley’s March

06/11 1964: The Tribute

06/12 Bay Tunes Guitars Spring Rock Band School Performance

06/16 Margaret Glaspy

06/17 The Oak Ridge Boys

06/20 10,000 Maniacs

06/21 + 22 Gregg Allman

06/23 Ani DiFranco

06/24 Seldom Scene

06/25 Jorma Kaukonen *All Ages Matinee

06/25 Psycho Killers: A Tribute to The Talking Heads

06/26 Jim Brickman

06/27 Peter Asher & Albert Lee

06/29 Vonda Shepard

06/30 Whitford St. Holmes

For complete calendar visit www.ramsheadonstage.com

Upcoming Local Shows at Rams Head On Stage
April 29George Perris
April 30Lera Lynn **All Ages Matinee**
April 30Tom Browne & Jean Carn
May 1The Waifs
May 2Robby Krieger of The Doors
May 3Candlebox

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