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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

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  • Our say: New theater plan an interesting proposal

    Our say: New theater plan an interesting proposal
    The files in the office of any prominent architect are crowded with beautiful drawings and sketches that never got any closer to reality than appearing on a newspaper front page. The Capital has run a fair number of these never-realized visions – to...
  • Anne Arundel sprinkled with shopping, entertainment 'pockets'

    Anne Arundel sprinkled with shopping, entertainment 'pockets'
    Whether your kind of gambling is feeding a slot machine or wearing next fall’s trendy one-piece jumpsuit, Anne Arundel County has shopping and entertainment options for all sorts. From Maryland Live! casino in Hanover, a $500 million gaming...
  • Coming up: Ticked Off Music Fest Annapolis

    The Ticked Off Music Fest Annapolis will be held at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 28 at Loews Annapolis Hotel, 126 West St. The festival hopes to increase awareness about Lyme and tick-related diseases. The music lineup includes Les Stroud of the "Survivorman" TV...
  • The Guide Calendar: 2014-15 events in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County

    The Guide Calendar: 2014-15 events in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County
    August William Paca House Tours (ongoing), 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; noon-5 p.m. Sundays, William Paca House and Garden, 186 Prince George St. 410-267-7619; www.annapolis.org. 16: 11th annual 12-Ounce Regatta, presented by Chesapeake Outdoor...
  • Big Annapolis theater plans: $35 million, 65,000 square feet, 1,000 seats

    Big Annapolis theater plans: $35 million, 65,000 square feet, 1,000 seats
    When Jeff Voigt looks at an empty lot next to the Westin Hotel in Annapolis, he doesn't see the grassy slope it is today but the state-of-the-art performance hall it could be five years from now. "This is an economic engine," said Voigt, president of...
  • New season in Maryland Hall's renovated theater starts in October

    New season in Maryland Hall's renovated theater starts in October
    Tickets are on sale for the new Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts performance season that kicks off in October. But it's the performance space that enthusiasts are crowing about. The arts center's renovated auditorium is set to open with a full...
  • Guest column: Maryland Hall and Maryland Theatre: Room enough for both?

    Guest column: Maryland Hall and Maryland Theatre: Room enough for both?
    Imagine standing in the midst of 160 singers and not being able to hear the person singing next to you. That was me. My problem singing in the Annapolis Chorale wasn't my hearing. Now, imagine being a violinist with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and...
  • Announcements

    Vaccine clinics for students The Anne Arundel County Department of Health is providing free vaccination clinics around the county to help all students entering the seventh grade meet the new Maryland State requirements for the 2014-2015 school year....
  • Calendar for Aug. 14

    Queen Anne's County fair, 9 a.m.-10 p.m., 4-H Park, 100 Dulin Clark Road, Centreville. http://www.queenannescofair.com. Farmers market, 3-6 p.m., Cedar Grove United Methodist Church, 5965 Deale Churchton Road, Deale. 410-867-4993. WIC and Senior FMNP...
  • The Gallery: Enjoy live art at annual Art Walk

    The Gallery: Enjoy live art at annual Art Walk
    “Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.” — Ruth Reichl Did you know? Annapolis is a Top 25 arts destination as designated by American Style Magazine. “Movoto,” a national real...
  • Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce: Local artists featured at Arnold frame shop

    Here in the greater Severna Park area we have a number of great artists. I’m constantly finding out about them through our local galleries and frame shops. It’s a wonderful part of the fabric of our community to be able to celebrate this local...
  • Around Broadneck: Arnold resident gets a kick out of ragtime music

    The two Greene brothers of Arnold are like yin and yang. Their parents, Brent and Debbie Greene, can easily tell them apart. Adam Greene, 19, a 2013 Broadneck High School graduate, is a business major at the University of Maryland, College Park....