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Brushing Dust Off Books: Public Libraries During COVID

In some cases, appointments must be called in an hour prior. In other areas, walk-in appointments can be made to browse the library and use computers. more

Author Pens Sixth Book, A Thriller About A Serial Killer

Harry Carpenter’s newest book, “Memoirs of a Crazed Mind,” was self-published on July 31. more

Local Event Update

Here is an update on a few of Anne Arundel County’s seasonal favorites. more

Netflix’s “The Old Guard” Is A Fresh Take On The Superhero Genre

“The Old Guard” has slick and engaging fight scenes, characters you can root for, and a story that’s believable. more

The Movie Industry Has Changed For Good

Cinemas were already facing stiff competition before the coronavirus struck. In the age of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and many other streaming services, many consumers found it hard to justify spending $30 for a night out at the movies when $8 could get them an entire month’s worth of entertainment. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Wine On The Water

Wine On The Water featured more than 120 wines for sampling as part of an all-encompassing festival experience. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Made In Maryland Festival 2019

Despite rainy conditions, the third annual Made In Maryland Festival continued to draw crowds on Sunday, May 5. The event was held at Kurtz's Beach and featured more than 120 local … more
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