Fundraiser at Loews Hotel offers three stages of music, special guests,
live auction hosted by J. Ernest Green
Take yourself back to the days of fireside chats and big band radio as The Brooks Tegler Big Band recreates the music of the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band in the production of London 1944 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts on Friday, February 4 at 8 pm. London 1944 showcases the music of patriot and music legend Glenn Miller who entertained thousands with his performances during the summer of 1944 until his mysterious disappearance in December of that same year. The show also pays tribute to the unofficial military dance bands the flourished during the WWII era. Tickets are $28/$23 Maryland Hall members.
The Bazaar at 121 Federal Street is holding its popular bag sale on Friday, January 14 and Saturday, January 15. From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Shoppers can fill bags with previously discounted men’s, women’s and children's clothing. Bags are available for $5 and $10.
Celebrate the most exotic Valentine’s event of the season
Christmas has come and gone. You’ve played Santa for everyone else. Now it’s time to give yourself something – something no one else could have picked out for you. Give yourself the gift of art from Easton’s Promise Art Gallery, at 107 Goldsborough St.
Printed Passports Free For A Limited Time
Nashville darling, though raised in a small Illinois farm town, Suzy Bogguss’ country road to country fame took her across the U.S.—and back several times—before she settled on a gig at the famous amusement park, Dollywood, in the mid-’80s. It didn’t take long before she was discovered by record label Capitol Nashville and earned accolades as Top New Female Vocalist from the Academy of Country Music in 1989, followed by Country Music Association’s Album of the Year in 1994.
Mitchell Reiss assumed presidency of Washington College on July 1, 2010, after serving the College of William & Mary as diplomat-in-residence, provost for international affairs, and professor of law and government.
Brothers Josh and Mathew Shockley grew up in a small town on the Eastern Shore called Snow Hill, Md. But a small-town upbringing doesn’t show in the appearance of the brothers. With a last name like Shockley, the image of a super hero comes to mind, which is appropriate, as these brothers are the creators and owners of PLB Comics, one of Maryland’s locally owned and managed comic book companies.
Support the Harriet Tubman Railroad 2013 Initiative Most people know that Harriet Tubman was a Maryland native. But did you know that there’s a state park being built in her honor, a multi-million-dollar initiative to highlight Tubman’s work and to bring recognition to the area that once was the Underground Railroad?