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Annapolis Summer Garden caps a strong season with "Hairspray," John Waters' nostalgic tribute to 1960s Baltimore that is a perfect fit for outdoor August evenings at City Dock. Based on Waters' 1988 film, the musical has won eight Tony awards,...
Tags: Sprague, John Waters, Annapolis, Music Theater, Theater
Chef Wilbur G. Cox Jr. spent a day on a boat with a state bureaucrat who wanted him to put more local seafood on his menu. The excursion has prompted Cox to do that — and more. "My next [tattoo] sleeve is going to be based all on Maryland seafood,"...
It's late on a steamy August morning. Forty scholars and their lecturer have been at their studies for a couple of hours. One of the more challenging courses in the summer program at Anne Arundel Community College is already well under way. But there...
Navy on Friday announced its 2012 men's lacrosse schedule, which features games against four teams that qualified for the NCAA tournament in 2011. The Midshipmen open the season at noon Feb. 11 with a game against VMI at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial...
The McDonogh girls soccer team impressively played the part of the area's No. 1-ranked team in its opening weekend at the Anne Arundel Community College Labor Day Tournament. With poised play in back and some timely moments from their skilled forwards on...
Tags: Labor Day
After hearing President Barack Obama plead Thursday for speedy passage of his $447 billion jobs package, Maryland lawmakers were divided about whether the plan would reduce the nation's stubbornly high unemployment. State Democrats expressed near-...
Tags: White House, Laws, Government, Elijah E. Cummings, Crofton
Anne Arundel Community College student Susan Wasilewski crafted a design for a chair that a New York furniture company turned into a finished product. Someday, Wasilewski hopes to design more pieces for an entire set of furniture that might show up in...
As Anne Arundel school officials outlined the system's planned Performing Visual Arts program for high schools, they stressed to parents the kind of students they're looking to enroll: those with an unbridled energy and passion for their art. Many...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Schools, Annapolis, High Schools, Crofton
The Spartans dropped their third straight game, losing to Suitland, 46-0, to fall to 1-3 on the season. Suitland opened strong, leaping out to a 32-0 lead at halftime, while Laurel struggled to find its offense. Quarterback Jarvis McClam finished with...
Tags: Pikesville, High School Sports
Anne Arundel Community College has won a $19.7 million federal grant to help increase the number of workers in science, math, engineering and technology fields across the country, the state said Wednesday. The institution will lead the National STEM...
When Luke Fisher of Westminster graduated from high school five years ago, he had doubts that he could excel at a four-year school. He turned down an offer to attend Towson University and opted instead for Carroll Community College. Fisher would become...
Dawn over Western Maryland will break differently Monday for the 260 hunters who won the lottery to participate in this year's annual bear hunt. The adrenaline will be high, the air thick with the anticipation of trying to become the first man, woman or...
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