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Happiness Is In The Details

Interior Design Psychology By Gina G. Courbron, IRIS, CISS, IDS Associate Homes decorated to support desired emotions create happy spaces for joyful living. Today, interior design psychology … more

Big Vanilla Café, "Jack's," Opens In Honor Of A Local Celebrity

There’s a new cafe in town! Jack’s recently opened inside the Big Vanilla Pasadena location. The café is a tribute to former long-time employee Jack Lucas, who passed away this … more

AACC Hires New Director Of Public Relations

Anne Arundel Community College has appointed Dan Baum as executive director of its Public Relations and Marketing department.   Baum brings more than 20 years experience in … more

Turning Gold Into Cash

By Greg Isaac, Goldfather With today's cloudy economy and rising prices on everything from gasoline to the food we eat, everyone is looking for a way to get a bit more cash. We all want to go on … more

The World Of Antiques: Is It Old?

By Elaine Ezell “Is it old?” That’s usually the first question asked when someone brings in an item to sell or determine its value. They are usually surprised that it’s … more

PBA Update

By Sandi Parrish, PBA Executive Director Now that we’re approaching the end of July, the annual PBA Crab Feast has already come and gone. The event was a huge success with over 560 tickets … more

Get On The Ground With Maryland Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

By Rochelle Karina If you think Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is only for big, beefy guys fighting Mixed Martial Arts, you obviously haven’t been to Maryland Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Pasadena. … more

Chesapeake Bank Meets Community's Needs

By Rochelle Karina There was a time in the not-so-distant past where banks were not the huge, nationwide institutions they are today. Customers knew their banker and enjoyed personalized … more

Seeing Clearly Through Looking Glass Optical

By Rochelle Karina The saying goes that eyes are the windows to the soul. Whether you choose to believe that or not, there is no denying eyesight is a precious thing and finding a good … more

SidusData Has Reason To Celebrate

Managed hosting and cloud provider SidusData ( recently made its final payment against a seven-year loan through the Arundel Business Loan (ABL) Fund. The funding gave SidusData the … more

Homestead Gardens Supports Marine Charity

By John Singleton Just in time for Memorial Day, Homestead Gardens completed its sixth year in support of the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund. The fund provides financial relief to post 9-11 … more

PBA Announces Scholarship Winners

The Pasadena Business Association held its Scholarship luncheon on June 1 at the Maryland Yacht Club. Recipients included from Chesapeake High School Stephen P. Spinnenweber, Michael A. … more

PBA Update

By Sandi Parrish, PBA Executive Director The Pasadena Business Association is celebrating 25 years! We are so proud of the progress we have made in making this association a great benefit to both … more

Century Granite Rocks At Quality Customer Service

By Hayley Gable Pasadena resident Phil Parker’s career in providing quality customer service began over 20 years ago, when he started as a contractor. “I began by installing … more

Chesterfield Orthodontics Will Make Your Smile Bright

By Rochelle Karina Thoughts of the dentist often conjure up images of a lot of discomfort for some necessary, but not-so-visible results. For Dr. Robert Yoon, orthodontia is different. To Dr. … more

Reliable Repairs Lives Up To Its Name

By Ellen Kinsella When Jo Ellen Soesbee founded Reliable Repairs, Inc. in 2004, she knew exactly what to do with her business plan. While studying Business Leadership at the Carey Business … more

The Ice Shack Celebrates Ten Years Of Keeping Pasadena "Cool"

By Hayley Gable The year was 2002 and 17-year-old Northeast High senior Dave Rosage was getting his hair cut at a local barber shop for his upcoming graduation. While chatting with his … more

Family Fun Included In This Year's Home And Garden Expo

Plans are well underway for The Third Annual Home and Garden Expo and Family Fun Day, hosted by The Stone Store.  On Saturday, June 11, from 9:00am to 3:00pm (rain or shine) The Stone Store will … more

Joint Networking Events A Great Way To Build Relationships

By Laura Wiegmann Networking, while generally not taught in college business curriculum, is known by every small business owner to be the absolute most effective way to build a business. The … more

Lake Shore McDonald's Opens In Grand Fashion

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