Eye On Annapolis http://www.eyeonannapolis.net ...it's about the quality of life! Wed, 23 Apr 2014 17:06:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9 Spring sailboat show this weekendhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/spring-sailboat-show-this-weekend/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=spring-sailboat-show-this-weekend http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/spring-sailboat-show-this-weekend/#comments Wed, 23 Apr 2014 17:06:56 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=79046 Spring Boatshow 2014To celebrate spring and mark the beginning of the sailing year, the 2014 Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show returns to downtown Annapolis on April 25th and runs through April 27th. The third annual in-water springtime show will feature more than 80 new and previously-owned sailboats of all types and sizes including catamarans, mono hulls, racing boats, inflatables, and day sailors.

The show will feature the North American premier of the Bavaria Cruiser 33 from Bavaria Yachts, which has already sold nearly 300 hulls. The show will also debut the Farr 280 One Design, the newest grand prix-racing sailboat at 30 feet and designed for a crew of five. The brand new Legacy Catamaran, the 2014 Gemini Legacy 35, will also launch at the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show.

Set in the charming and historic seaport of Annapolis, the Spring Sailboat Show is the first opportunity of the year for experienced and novice sailors to shop for the latest in equipment, electronics, clothing, and boating accessories at the 100+ on-land nautical exhibits.

“We are very excited to present another Spring Sailboat Show, one of the largest shows in the country. During the last weekend in April, Annapolis will host an impressive array of boats on land and in the water,” Paul Jacobs, President of the Annapolis Boat Shows said.  “We will welcome Cruisers University students representing 22 states and three foreign countries.  Sailors from around the globe will converge on the City Dock for a weekend of good times, education, and for some, the realization of a new sailboat and a dream come true.” 

Fun activities to create a picture perfect weekend in historic Annapolis include:

  • Foulest Foulies Contest Sponsored by Spinsheet on April 25, 6-8pm. New foul weather gear for the winner, courtesy of Helly Hansen and Fawcett.
  • Free tastings by Bacardi Rum, Grey Goose Vodka, and Paladar Latin Kitchen/Rum Bar daily.
  • Surfset exercise classes and stand-up paddleboard demos by Mantra Fit.
  • Opening night networking party, April 25, 6-8pm, for attendees and exhibitors. Sponsored by Bay Yacht Agency/Atlantic Cruising Yachts, Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar, Sail Magazine, Trident Funding Corporation, and Weems & Plath.  
  • Tour nearly 80 sailboats and shop 100+ nautical exhibits.
  • In-water demonstrations by the Maryland Model Yacht Club.
  • Cruises aboard the 74-foot Schooner Woodwind available for additional fee.
  • Door prizes donated by our sponsors and exhibitors include: Helly Hansen Duffle Bag Set ($210 value, courtesy of Helly Hansen); Maui Jim Sunglasses ($179 value, courtesy of Shades of the Bay); and, original framed artwork by Keith Wilkie ($650 value, courtesy of Keith Wilkie).

Cruisers University, a supplemental educational program, offers 50 expert-taught seminars, a curriculum for women, and intensive hands-on programs focused on high-tech navigation and diesel maintenance. Designed to enhance life aboard a boat, Cruisers University offers modules on topics such as popular destinations, boat systems, cruising lifestyles, weather, and electronic navigation. Tuition includes two meals a day, evening social hours, and admission to the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show.

Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show

#springsailboat

Another picture perfect weekend at the Annapolis Sailboat Show!

April 25 - 26, 2014 10:00am to 6:00pm

April 27, 2014 10:00am to 5:00pm

Historic City Dock, Annapolis, MD

Cruisers University

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Learn all aspects of cruising before setting off.

April 24-27, 2014, Annapolis, MD

Adult General Admission: $12

Two-Day Admission: $19

Children, 12 and under, are FREE

Parking Available at Eastport Elementary School, 403 6th Street, Annapolis, MD 21403 and Other Nearby Parking Garages www.parkannapolis.com

FREE SHOW APP

To help you navigate the show with ease, download our Boat Show App called MyBoatShow from the iTunes Store or Android Marketplace.  

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Anne Arundel’s Lifeline 100 Century Ride (October 19, 2014)http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/anne-arundels-lifeline-100-century-ride-october-19-2014/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=anne-arundels-lifeline-100-century-ride-october-19-2014 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/anne-arundels-lifeline-100-century-ride-october-19-2014/#comments Wed, 23 Apr 2014 15:38:19 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=76611 DEarlier this month, a number of Anne Arundel County agencies and local non-profit leaders announced the first ever Anne Arundel Lifeline 100 Century Ride.  In addition to the ride, the County will host the Making Health Happen Community Health Fair at Kinder Farm Park in Millersville on October 19. Both events are made possible through a partnership between the Anne Arundel County Police Department, Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation & Parks, non-profit Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (“BikeAAA”) and the Healthy Anne Arundel Coalition.

“Anne Arundel County is proud to host the Lifeline 100 Century Ride. This first of its kind initiative emphasizes the health and economic benefits of safe bicycling in the County,” stated County Executive Neuman. “I would like to thank the Anne Arundel County Police Department, Department of Recreation & Parks and BikeAAA for partnering to make these events possible. It is through their dedication and cooperation we are making Anne Arundel County a better place to live and play in every day.”

The Anne Arundel County Lifeline 100 Century Ride offers a great opportunity for cyclists of all levels with 100, 56 and 15 (trail-only) mile route options.  Bike routes will wind throughout scenic Anne Arundel County including downtown Annapolis, the Severn River, southern Anne Arundel County, BWI/Marshall airport and the B&A Trail.

Jon Korin, founding president of BikeAAA (www.bikeaa.org ), a new all-volunteer 501c3 dedicated to promoting safe cycling for recreation and transportation, provided details about the ride which includes north, south, east and west portions of the County. The ride will offer food/drink rest stops for cyclists. Proceeds from the ride will be donated to County non-profit organizations. The community is also invited to participate in a free all-day “Make Health Happen Community Health Fair” at Kinder Farm Park with representatives from the Healthy Anne Arundel Coalition, local hospitals and public agencies. The fair will offer health screenings, fun activities for kids, families and more.
April’s kick-off announcement was made by Richard “Rook” Rogers, Anne Arundel County Chief of Staff, Police Chief, Kevin Davis, Recreation & Parks Director, Rick Anthony and BikeAAA President, Jon Korin. For more details about ride registration and sponsorships, please visit www.lifeline100.com

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R2Hop2 Music & Beer Festival this weekend (April26, 2014)http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/r2hop2-music-beer-festival-this-weekend-april26-2014/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=r2hop2-music-beer-festival-this-weekend-april26-2014 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/r2hop2-music-beer-festival-this-weekend-april26-2014/#comments Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:22:15 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=76603 Fordham and Dominion Brewing will be bringing 14 local food vendors to sell their culinary delights at the R2Hop2 Beer and Music Festival on April 26th.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAVendors include:

  • Hoffman Meats (Bier Dawgs and Pulled Pork)
  • Pigheaded BBQ (BBQ and Pulled Pork)
  • 33 West (Hamburgers and Grilled Chicken)
  • Hot Stuff Paninis (Grilled Sandwiches)
  • Babcis (Potato Pancakes)
  • Frankfurt Bakery and Deli (Boar’s Head Hot Dogs)
  • Hawg Nutz BBQ (BBQ items)
  • Dukes Meats (Craft Jerky)
  • Doc Magrogan’s (Lobster Rolls and Crab Cakes)
  • Vitale’s (Italian Ice)
  • Lil Shuckers (Corn on the Cob, Baked Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes)
  • Little Richards (Funnel Cakes, Popcorn and Cotton Candy)
  • Steve Curran Oysters (Raw and Fried Oysters)
  • Harvest Ridge Winery (Wine)

R2Hop2 will be held from 12-7pm at the Brewery, located at 1284 McD Dr. in Dover and will feature the live music of four local bands: Community Center, Lower Case Blues, River, and Epstein’s Mother. This event will be held rain or shine and it appeals to a broad range of audiences.  Adults will be entertained by a keg toss, cornhole, a Bier Dawg eating contest and homebrew demonstration while children will be treated to rock wall climbing.  Throughout the day, there will be firkin tappings and a collaboration beer with Mispillion River Brewing.

R2Hop2 is sponsored by Dover Rent-All Tents and Events, Cargill Malts, Timbar and 93.5 The Beach. Tickets are still available and may be purchased at the Brewery or fordhamanddominion.com.

Upcoming Local Shows at Rams Head On Stage
April 23Edwin McCain Trio w. Mark Bryan
April 24Four Bitchin' Babes: 'Mid Life Vices'
April 25Earl Klugh (6:30 Show)
April 25Earl Klugh (9:30 Show)
April 26LoCash Cowboys
April 27Maceo Parker
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Open house at Cox Creek Containment Facility (April 26, 2014)http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/open-house-at-cox-creek-containment-facility-april-26-2014/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=open-house-at-cox-creek-containment-facility-april-26-2014 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/open-house-at-cox-creek-containment-facility-april-26-2014/#comments Wed, 23 Apr 2014 10:05:17 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=76594 Open HouseThe Maryland Port Administration (MPA) is hosting a family-friendly open house at its Cox Creek Dredge Material Containment Facility on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cox Creek is specially designed to receive dredged sediment from Baltimore Harbor.  During the open house, there will be free family interactive activities, a chance to see the wildlife that inhabits the area, and tours of the Swan Creek wetland.

The public will also have the chance to learn first-hand about the MPA’s study to expand the site for the placement of dredged materials.

  • WHEN:           Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.                                    
  • WHERE:        1000 Kembo Roadm – (Off Ft. Smallwood Road)  - Pasadena, MD 2112
  • WHO:             Free and open to the public

**Breakfast with the birds from 7 a.m. – 10 a.m. Pre-registration is required.

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St. John’s College presents In Vino Veritas (April 25-26, 2014)http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/st-johns-college-presents-in-vino-veritas-april-25-26-2014/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=st-johns-college-presents-in-vino-veritas-april-25-26-2014 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/23/st-johns-college-presents-in-vino-veritas-april-25-26-2014/#comments Wed, 23 Apr 2014 08:09:23 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=80567 In Vino VeritasThe Friends of St. John’s College, in conjunction with Bay Ridge Wine and Spirits, welcome the community to the fourth annual wine event and fundraiser, “In Vino Veritas.” This two-day event is full of activities that will appeal to the both the connoisseur and the curious. With more than 100 wines, this year’s Grand Tasting takes participants on a tasting tour around the globe as well as to our own backyard, to visit the world’s premier wine growing regions and producers. Participants meet the vintners and sample the featured wines. An array of hors d’oeuvres rounds out the sampling. Throughout the afternoon, participants who want to learn more about the world of wine may attend workshops. A panel of St. John’s College alumni winemakers will discuss the trials, tribulations, and rewards of winemaking on the East Coast verses the West Coast. Music by Paul Cullen, former bassist for Bad Company, a silent auction, and sales of wine-related books and merchandise complement the tasting.

Tastings will be held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium on Saturday, April 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $75 for general admission. Workshops will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Tickets are $45 to $110 for each workshop. To purchase tickets, and for a complete schedule of events: http://invinoveritasannapolis.com. Proceeds fund scholarships for St. John’s undergraduate students.

This year’s Judgment of Annapolis will feature a blind tasting and a discussion of terroir in America with David White, whose wine blog www.terroirist.com was voted 2013 Best Overall Wine Blog, and St. John’s College winemakers. Issues of sustainability and the pursuit of quality in winemaking will be addressed. St. John’s alumni winemakers include August Deimel (Keuka Spring Vineyards); Abe Schoener (The Scholium Project); Zach Rasmusen (Goldeneye); Rory Williams (Calder Wine Company); and Paul Speck (Henry of Pelham, Ontario). Following the Judgment of Annapolis, there will be dinner and wine in the spirit of the La Paulée de Meursault. The event will be held in McDowell Hall on Friday, April 25 from 5 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $225 per person. Limited to 60 participants. To purchase tickets: http://invinoveritasannapolis.com.

“In Vino Veritas” is sponsored by Advance, Alt Breeding Schwarz, Annapolis Painting Services, Bay Ridge Wine and Spirits, Cabot Creamery Cooperative, Chef’s Expressions, Georgie Berkinshaw, Hansen Architects, Houser Ford Group at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Liljenquist & Beckstead, Lowes Hotel, Louis Vuitton—Moet Hennessy, Minuteman Press, PNC, Quintain Marketing, The Capital, Towne Transport, Whole Foods Market Annapolis. 

vino2Schedule of Events

Friday, April 25

  • 5 to 9 p.m.  The Judgment of Annapolis. A blind tasting and a discussion of terroir in America with David White and St. John’s College winemakers. Issues of sustainability and the pursuit of quality in winemaking will be addressed. A dinner and wine in the spirit of the La Paulée de Meursault will follow.

Saturday, April 26

  • 1 to 5 p.m. Grand Tasting. Sample more than 100 wines from around the globe, as well as from our own backyard.
  • Noon to 4 p.m. Workshops.
  • Noon to 1 p.m. The World’s Greatest Wine & Cheese Pairings. Join American Cheese Society Certified Cheese Professional Mia Jones, specialty department manager of Annapolis’ Whole Foods Market, and wine expert Katie Harper from Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits to sample classic wine-and-cheese pairings.
  • Noon to 1 p.m. Grillin’ & Swillin’ Competition-Style BBQ meets Ultimate BBQ Wines. Join barbeque genius Chef Andrew Evans, of The BBQ Joint and the award winning BBQ competition team Walk the Swine, as he leads your tastebuds on an all-American journey into the world of Competition-Style Barbecue – beef brisket, pulled pork, pork ribs, picked chicken, rubs and sauces.
  • 2 to 2:30 p.m. St. John’s Alumni Winemaker Discussion: East Coast vs. West Coast Wine-Making. Join St. John’s College alumni winemakers Abe Schoener, August Deimel, Rory Williams, Zach Rasmuson, Christina Turley and Paul Speck, as they discuss the trials, tribulations and rewards of winemaking on the East Coast verses The West Coast.
  • 3 to 4 p.m. Champagne: Tasting the “Stars.” Join Belinda Chang, James Beard Award-winning sommelier and Moet Hennessy Brand Educator as she explains the vineyards, wines and traditions of France’s famous Champagne region.
  • 3 to 4 p.m. Cocktail Craze: The American Still Life Collection. Learn the tricks of the trade from America’s leading portfolio of fine, craft distilled spirits, The American Still Life Collection.
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Big weekend on tap at Maryland Hallhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/big-weekend-on-tap-at-maryland-hall/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=big-weekend-on-tap-at-maryland-hall http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/big-weekend-on-tap-at-maryland-hall/#comments Tue, 22 Apr 2014 17:43:43 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=79839 Your feet won’t stand still this weekend if you are at Maryland Hall.  Friday brings back the sounds of Motown and all your favorites. And then on Sunday, the 18 piece Whit Williams Big Band takes the stage!

Motown: Celebrating 55 Years motown_l

Friday, April 25 | 7:30 pm

Tickets: $25; $20 MHCA Members

Link: http://www.marylandhall.org/performance-detail/11975

Enjoy a special evening that ignites images and remembrances of a musical era gone by. Featuring the music of The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Isaac Hayes, Patti LaBelle, Sly & The Family Stone, Whitney Houston, Earth, Wind & Fire and more!

whit_lWhit Williams “Now’s The Time” Big Band

Sunday, April 27 | 7 pm

Tickets: $25; $20 MHCA Members

Link: http://www.marylandhall.org/performance-detail/10877

Take a musical journey through the Jazz, Swing and Big Band Era with noted Baltimore musician and bandleader Whit Williams at a concert by his “Now’s the Time” Big Band. Williams’ 18-piece band will perform music by notable jazz artists such as Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonius Monk and others who made the Big Band sound of the 30s, 40s and 50s so memorable.

*Promo Code for readers: Purchase tickets online for $ 13/person with the promo code ANNAPOLIS and save almost 50% off regular tickets!

Upcoming Local Shows at Rams Head On Stage
April 23Edwin McCain Trio w. Mark Bryan
April 24Four Bitchin' Babes: 'Mid Life Vices'
April 25Earl Klugh (6:30 Show)
April 25Earl Klugh (9:30 Show)
April 26LoCash Cowboys
April 27Maceo Parker

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Chesapeake Bay Trust launches “Plate Perks”http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/chesapeake-bay-trust-launches-plate-perks/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=chesapeake-bay-trust-launches-plate-perks http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/chesapeake-bay-trust-launches-plate-perks/#comments Tue, 22 Apr 2014 16:35:00 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=79894 plateperks_webgraphicToday, in conjunction with Earth Day, a new incentives and rewards program called “Plate Perks” was launched by the Chesapeake Bay Trust. The program is designed to raise awareness for the valuable work the Chesapeake Bay Trust does and how the sales of “Treasure the Chesapeake” license plates have a direct impact on improving the Bay.

Bay plate owners will now receive “perks/rewards” including preferred parking at various locations in Maryland as well as discounts on merchandise and services from various businesses. Bay plate “membership” cards have been produced and will be distributed to any Bay plate owner who is interested, free of charge. Businesses that participate in the “Plate Perks” Program gain exposure by being listed on the bayplate.org website and through other marketing efforts.

The founding partners and their respective incentives include:

  • Bay Deejays – 5% discount on services to all Bay plate owners with membership card
  • Boatyard Bar & Grill – Preferred parking for 1 Bay plate owner
  • Bowie Baysox – $5 off each ticket for Monday night home games (up to 4 tickets) with membership card
  • Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company – Discounted refills in roastery with membership card and 25% off online orders with promo code: plateperks25
  • Eastport Shell – 5% off services over $100, and $100 off any service over $1,000 with membership card
  • Homestead Gardens – Preferred parking for up to 2 Bay plate owners at the Davidsonville location
  • Rams Head Roadhouse – Preferred parking for up to 2 Bay plate owners
  • Rams Head Shore House – Preferred parking for up to 2 Bay plate owners
  • Tommy Bahama of the Annapolis Mall – Private fitting appointment prior to store opening with refreshments
  • Towne Park – Incentive Coming Soon!
  • Yellowfin Steak & Fish House – Preferred parking for up to 4 Bay plate owners

CBT - photo 2“The Chesapeake Bay Trust is so thankful for the more than 400,000 Marylanders who have purchased a ‘Treasure the Chesapeake’ license plate and we wanted to do something to give back to them,” said Jana Davis, executive director of the Chesapeake Bay Trust. “The 20 dollars Marylanders spend when they purchase a Bay plate goes a long way toward restoring our streams, planting new trees, and getting kids outside. We hope that Bay plate owners will take advantage of these great deals and see multiple benefits to owning a Bay plate.”

Businesses of any size are welcome to participate in the Plate Perks program and can structure a deal and/or incentive that works for their company. Additional “perks” business partners will be announced in the coming weeks and any business interested in participating can contact Molly Alton Mullins at mmullins@cbtrust.org.

“We are proud to support the Chesapeake Bay Trust and to be one of the first businesses to participate in the Plate Perks program,” said Michael Waldon, Brand Manager, Chesapeake Roasting Company. “Through our H2O Initiative, we’re deeply committed to Bay restoration and this is one more way for us to achieve that goal.”

Plate Perks Chesapeake Bay Trust

L-R; Brian Shallcross, Bowie Baysox; Jana Davis, CBT; Rocko, Bowie Baysox; Stephanie Gilbert, Tommy Bahama; Erin McNaboe, Rams Head Group; Michael Waldon, Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company.

“We jumped at the opportunity to get involved in the program, “ said Kevin Gersonde, General Manager, Yellowfin Steak & Fish House. “With our South River location and large parking lot, it seemed very logical to offer four of our prime parking spots to Bay plate owners. It’s a simple way to help get the word out about the great work that the Chesapeake Bay Trust does.”

“The Bowie Baysox has partnered with the Chesapeake Bay Trust for many years, including promoting Bay awareness during our Friday ‘Bay Night’ home games,” said Brian Shallcross, General Manager, Bowie Baysox. “We hope this program will continue to showcase to our fans how committed we are to the community and to protecting Maryland’s most treasured natural resource, the Chesapeake Bay.”

To find out more about the Plate Perks program, visit bayplate.org. Through this website, Bay plate owners can sign up to receive their free membership card in the mail and start benefitting from the program today.

If a Marylander does not own a Bay plate, they can purchase one online at bayplate.org which will be mailed directly to their home.

The Chesapeake Bay Trust is a 4 Star charity that take 90 cents of every dollar it receives and dedicates it to projects and programs that benefit the Chesapeake Bay and local communities. To find out more about the Trust and its programs, visit www.cbtrust.org.

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Art show demonstrates students’ range at AACC (April 7-24, 2014)http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/art-show-demonstrates-students-range-at-aacc-april-7-24-2014/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=art-show-demonstrates-students-range-at-aacc-april-7-24-2014 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/art-show-demonstrates-students-range-at-aacc-april-7-24-2014/#comments Tue, 22 Apr 2014 15:49:59 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=76470 Maria Penayo

Maria Penayo of Odenton chose striking lighting to create her photograph, “Self Portrait.” Her work, selected as a purchase prize piece, is among those on exhibit as part of Anne Arundel’s annual Student Art Show now through April 24 in the Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery on the Arnold campus, 101 College Parkway. For more information, visithttp://www.aacc.edu/visualarts/newsevents.cfm

See the wealth of creative artistic potential at Anne Arundel Community College’s Annual Student Art Show, ending on April 24 at the Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery on the Arnold campus.

Nate Larson, photographer and professor at Maryland Institute College of Art, selected over 80 artworks for inclusion in the show from the more than 230 pieces submitted by students. Viewers can enjoy paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, video and sculpture that represent the range of AACC student artistic endeavors.

Larson also chose work from six students for purchase prizes. These exceptional artworks will enter the AACC Student Art Collection and remain on permanent display at the college. Larson’s selections include a mystery-laden self-portrait photograph by Maria Penayo of Odenton; Jim Earl of Crownsville’s sturdy modern intaglio print; a sensitive silver gelatin print by Tess Geissler of Arnold; a lithograph and colored paper study by Cathy Farrell Sheahan of Annapolis; “Cowgirl Kate” a striking painting by Amy Healey of Arnold; and an attenuated and red bust by Richard Starr of Crofton.

Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday – Friday, with evening hours Wednesday 6-9 p.m.

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Cleo’s Fine Oils & Vinegars attracts nearly 100 to screeninghttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/cleos-fine-oils-vinegars-attracts-nearly-100-to-screening/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=cleos-fine-oils-vinegars-attracts-nearly-100-to-screening http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/cleos-fine-oils-vinegars-attracts-nearly-100-to-screening/#comments Tue, 22 Apr 2014 12:18:16 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=76514 Left to Right… Lucia Pinelli, Saleta Cameron, Sharon Simon, Jessica Paholsky  (Courtesy photo)

Left to Right… Lucia Pinelli, Saleta Cameron, Sharon Simon, Jessica Paholsky (Courtesy photo)

A screening of “What’s In Your Bottle?” at Cleo’s Fine Oils & Vinegars on Saturday, April, 12 attracted over 75 attendants. The film traces organic olives from tree to table, beginning at Il Fontanaro Organic Farm in Italy, traveling through Cleo’s Fine Oils in Annapolis and ending in a family kitchen in Severna Park.

Filmmaker Jessica Paholsky of Penn State University and Lucia Pinelli, producer of Il Fontanaro extra virgin olive oil, were on hand with Linda and Saleta Cameron of Cleo’s to celebrate the screening and Lucia’s recent NYC International Olive Oil competition Silver Medal award.

Cleo’s is the only supplier of Il Fontanaro extra virgin olive in the US.

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Commission presents transportation recommendations for Anne Arundelhttp://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/commission-presents-transportation-recommendations-for-anne-arundel/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=commission-presents-transportation-recommendations-for-anne-arundel http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2014/04/22/commission-presents-transportation-recommendations-for-anne-arundel/#comments Tue, 22 Apr 2014 10:11:23 +0000 http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/?p=76490 aaco-logo-colorAnne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman today announced the Transportation Commission of Anne Arundel County has completed its task of preparing recommendations regarding the County’s transportation program.

“I am pleased that the Commission’s recommended findings address our County’s most critical transportation and safety needs,” said County Executive Neuman. “My administration is dedicated to increasing efficiency across the county, and I look forward to considering the Commission’s recommendations in optimizing our existing infrastructure and making our streets safer for all users.”

Formed in September 2013, the Commission,composed of 21 members representing communities and major employers, presented recommendations to the County Executive on April 2, 2014, from the following facets of transportation:

• Public Transportation: Participate in the Regional Transit Agency proposal to promote more effective and efficient public transit alternatives.

• Roads and Bridges: Optimize the performance, operation and maintenance of the existing road and bridge network, while improving the coordination among the various bureaus, branches, departments or organizations that are responsible for planning, operating and maintaining the County’s transportation infrastructure.

• Program Administration: Improve the County’s ability to collect, evaluate and use crash and other data in planning and administrating the transportation program and reorganize its transportation efforts to facilitate clearer lines of authority and coordination.

• Land Use: Understand the relationship between land use and transportation by broadening Adequacy of Public Facilities requirements and linking land use and transportation planning, staffing and funding decisions.

These are only a few of many recommendations.  Here is the complete report:

Download (PDF, 5.81MB)

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