Family commitments, religion and poverty come together to change a young man’s plans in “The Harvest,” a play to be presented by the Carroll Community College Theatre Program on February 21, 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. and on February 24 at 2 p.m. at the Scott Center at the college.
Last week, Hollywood released a "family movie" called "Show Dogs." In it, a police dog must enter a dog show to rescue a kidnapped baby panda. The problem is the dog must submit to repeated touching of his genitals in order to save the day. What sexual abuse message is this sending to children?
Disney films have a tried and true formula, and "The Good Dinosaur" is no exception. However, there's something rather soothing about the familiar, and when it's executed well, it's cinematic comfort food. The time-tested template is in full force in the latest Disney-Pixar flick: take one misfit youth, add parental peril and a journey away from home, where our protagonist learns a life lesson or two and displays some hard-won heroism.
The popular outdoor summer movies series returns this week to Shamrock Park in Bel Air, where six family-friendly movies are scheduled throughout the summer, beginning Friday night, with the showing of the popular Pixar animated film, "Finding Nemo."
Rumored to be one of the most haunted towns in the United States, historic Ellicott City is the site for the 2014 HallowRead — a book festival and mini-convention for authors and fans of paranormal, urban fantasy, steam punk and horror — on Friday, Oct. 24, through Sunday, Oct. 26.
Each year, Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, the day after Ramadan, to mark the end of the month of fasting. "It is a day of forgiveness, moral victory, peace, fellowship, brotherhood and unity," wrote the former Howard County Muslim Council president, Rizwan Siddiqi.