This is a concert that is open to the public and that will mix performers with autism with performers without it. The audience also will include folks with autism who might jump up and down in front of the stage, or actually climb the stage and put their hands on a cello.
As financial experts warn that Baltimore County may need to either raise taxes or scale back borrowing, the new county executive said Monday his first act will be to form a commission to review the county’s fiscal outlook and budget process.
Ebby Malmgren, award-winning local potter, has donated more than 200 pottery pieces from her personal collection to the AACC Holiday Ceramics Club Sale. Proceeds from the event support the educational activities of the Anne Arundel Community College ceramics studio.
Robind Trower's show Tuesday at Annapolis' Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts tops this weeks list of local music happenings. And, Kevin Eubanks rolls into Blues Alley in Washington, D.C. this weekend.
It’s no secret that Margaret Davis, the new president and CEO of the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, is a capable leader. But there’s more to Davis than her role at the area’s powerhouse arts center.
The veto override effort is the first substantial action and political confrontation in the recently convened legislative session. The debate could set a rancorous tone for remainder of the lawmaking season.
The curtain doesn't rise for another three months, but members of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra are spending a summer hard at work preparing its 54th season — the orchestra's second in its acoustically enhanced home at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.
Twice in the past few days, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has declared that he won't spend money as the Democratic-controlled legislature prescribed in the budget, and will instead spend it for causes he favors. But he cannot legally make such funding switches over the General Assembly's objections, according to the Maryland attorney general's office and other legislative experts.
A large number of volunteers are needed for a variety of positions in this year's Annapolis Film Festival being held Thursday evening, March 26 to Sunday, March 29. Sponsors Maryland Departments of Natural Resources and the Environment are calling on all young photographers, poets, artists and producers in grades K through 12 to submit original creations inspired by Maryland's outdoors for the 2015 "Color Maryland Green" contest. Russett resident, Bill Berned, will be participating once again in
Theater groups, of course, schedule and plan their productions months, sometimes years, in advance of opening night. And so, with the tragic events this past week in France, it is perhaps a twist of irony that two local groups raise the curtain on 2015 with shows that pay homage to French satire and comedy.
This final Sunday before Christmas offers three more festive performances: G. F. Handel's "Messiah," P.I. Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" ballet and the Talent Machine Company's "A Rockin' Holiday 2014."