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  • 'Shrek The Musical' tests Reservoir grad's imagination

    'Shrek The Musical' tests Reservoir grad's imagination
    At age 22, Colin Parker is obsessed with storybook characters. He also spends most of his waking hoursĀ  thinking about a green-skinned ogre and his wise-cracking donkey sidekick, as well as a diminutive lord who yearns to be king. Parker, a 2009...
  • NSO premieres George Washington-inspired work for orchestra, narrators

    NSO premieres George Washington-inspired work for orchestra, narrators
    He may have been first in the hearts of his countrymen, but George Washington has not necessarily been first in the minds of composers. This makes the National Symphony Orchestra's premiere at the Kennedy Center Thursday night of the distinctively...
  • Discovering a polished gem in Infinity's 'She Loves Me'

    Discovering a polished gem in Infinity's 'She Loves Me'
    Infinity Theatre Company is capping its third season with a polished production of a largely unknown gem, "She Loves Me," continuing into early August. Co-producing artistic directors Anna Roberts Ostroff and Alan Ostroff present a musical with a large...
  • Anne Arundel County Digest

    Summer film series Congregation Kneseth Israel's summer film series concludes at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 24 with "The Other Son" at 1125 Spa Road in Annapolis. Cost is $5 per person and includes popcorn and soft drinks. Information: go to...
  • Celebrating Mandela's 95th

    Celebrating Mandela's 95th
    With songs, stirring words and a cake, a group of Baltimoreans joined the worldwide party to celebrate Nelson Mandela's 95th birthday, an occasion made even happier by news that the health of the hospitalized former South African president was improving....
  • Free weekend concerts in Catonsville and Arbutus July 19-21

    The Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce's Frederick Road Fridays Summer Concert Series reaches its halfway point July 19. The sixth concert in the 12-concert series at the Mews on Mellor Avenue will feature the Players Band. The 9-piece band uses...
  • Organizers declare the 138th Preakness a success

    The numbers alone say the 138th Preakness was a huge success. A crowd of 117,203, the fourth largest in Preakness history, was on hand to see long-shot Oxbow's shocking win and heavy-favorite Orb's disappointing run. And the total handle for the day...
  • After Trayvon, having 'the talk' with our son

    After Trayvon, having 'the talk' with our son
    An open letter to our 12-year-old son: When you were a little boy, whenever you started crying, we would put you in your car seat and take you for a drive through downtown Baltimore. We would play Sweet Honey in the Rock and sing out loud until you...
  • Raleigh Ringers return for performance at Trinity Lutheran Church

    Trinity Lutheran Church will welcome back the internationally acclaimed handbell choir, The Raleigh Ringers, on Saturday, Aug. 24. The Raleigh Ringers will dazzle the audience with its unique interpretation of sacred, secular and popular music. Under the...
  • Q&A with Melissa Hyatt, Baltimore police area commander

    Q&A with Melissa Hyatt, Baltimore police area commander
    What was the hardest lesson you've learned so far? The importance of leadership and guidance. "In a job as tricky as this, people need that. I've always tried to make myself available for people." What's a fact about yourself that will surprise people?...
  • Sunset Serenades weathering volatile Mother Nature

    Sunset Serenades weathering volatile Mother Nature
    From thunderstorms to oppressive heat, Mother Nature has not been kind this summer to the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks' Sunset Serenades concert series, which are held Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Centennial Park South. After the...
  • Young Victorian Theatre Company breaks in new venue with 'Pinafore'

    Young Victorian Theatre Company breaks in new venue with 'Pinafore'
    For the last 23 of its 43 years, the Young Victorian Theatre Company made its home each summer on the campus of Bryn Mawr in what was, at best, an adequate performance facility. It had a cramped, low-ceilinged stage, dry acoustics and no orchestra pit....