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  1. Wishbone Ash bringing the riffs to Rams Head On Stage

    Wishbone Ash, one of the most influential guitar bands in the history of rock, will offer their North American fans a dynamic concert experience on the 2017 “Tough & Tender” Tour. In addition to the high-powered, all-out rockers the band is known for delivering, the guys will turn down the volume (but not the intensity) [&#…
  2. Hospice of the Chesapeake readies for 15th Annual Golf Tournament

    Hospice of the Chesapeake staff, volunteers and sponsors are in the final stages of preparing for the nonprofit’s 15th annual golf tournament that will take place Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Queenstown Harbor Golf Links. Each year the committee planning the event tries to outdo the previous tournament. This year, along with breakfast before the […
  3. Colonial Players to present Shiloh Rules

    The Colonial Players, Inc. of Annapolis, Maryland is pleased to present the opening production of their 69th season, Shiloh Rules, by Doris Baizley. Beth Terranova directs the all-female season opener, which the New York Times calls “an inventive comedy with some drama, history and first-aid tips thrown in.” A dedicated Union nurse and a mysterious…
  4. OPINION: City funded Downtown Annapolis Partnership lauds Alderman Budge in Facebook posting

    Politics can be a funny business! In the midst of a contested election, the city-funded Downtown Annapolis Partnership (a Federal and State Main Streets Program) appears to have made a political endorsement in the race for Alderman with a recent post lauding incumbent Alderman Joe Budge on the Facebook page for his campaign. (And a…
  5. Annapolis Police investigating overnight crime in Historic District

    Annapolis Police are on the scene of an overnight crime in the 100 block of Duke of Gloucester Street. According to Anne Arundel Breaking News, a person was flown to shock-trauma around 430am this morning after a fall. It is believed that the fall was in connection with a crime that had occurred in the…
  6. Amps & Ales | September 16th!

    Loud beer and even louder music!   Amps and Ales Festival combines the electricity of rock and roll music with a handpicked selection of America’s best craft beers held on Saturday September 16th, 2017 at Prince George’s Stadium, home of Bowie Baysox.   In its first year, Amps and Ales lines up seven of the [R…
  7. New bilingual programs at Chesapeake Eye Care enhance experience for Spanish-speaking patients

    Recognizing that communication is key to establishing confidence and trust in one’s medical providers, Chesapeake Eye Care and Laser Center of Annapolis is launching a comprehensive series of initiatives designed to eliminate language barriers for Spanish-speaking patients. Every point in the patient experience at Chesapeake Eye Care – from viewing the practice’s website, calling for [R…
  8. Illusionist Jason Bishop to perform at Maryland Hall

    Illusionist, Jason Bishop, will perform at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts on Saturday, September 16 at 7:30 pm in the Main Theater. Tickets are $30 | $25 for Maryland Hall members and $20 when purchased with the Art for All Subscription until August 24th. More information can be found by visiting www.marylandhall.org. As America’s […
  9. Bywater park improvements underway in Annapolis

    The Bywater Park Improvement Project will provide play equipment for children from tots to teens as well as a walking path for all ages. The project includes updated stormwater management infrastructure, sidewalk ramps, and a small parking lot. There will also be a central gathering area with a unique seating wall so that parents and…
  10. Annapolis man guilty in Brooke Court murder

    Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that Brandon Demon Johnson, 22, of Annapolis, pleaded guilty to Second Degree Murder, and Use of a Firearm in Commission of a Crime of Violence. “Although he did not pull the trigger, the fact remains that the victim would be alive today were it not for…
  11. Annapolis Police searching for critically missing juvenile

    The Annapolis Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing juvenile. Missing Subject: Destiny Riffle (09/14/2000) W/F, 5’04”, 200 lbs, red/brown hair.  Destiny Riffle is believed to be critically missing, her relatives are concerned for her welfare.  Destiny is not believed to be operating a vehicle.  She was last seen in the [̷…