Performing music, teaching visual arts, and writing books—this all adds up to creating unique experiences and media, and for Eastport resident Rob Levit, these are his passions.
The important thing to note when it comes to savory elements is subtlety. The flavors can’t be a smack in the face. Instead, allow them to be a delicate undertone, giving an unexpected twist.
According to a recent study from the University of Toronto, adults who identify as morning people are said to feel happier and have a better outlook on life than people who identify as night owls
We’ve learned that successfully selling a home generally boils down to one principle: Put your ducks in a row and the house will go.
There is one day a year specifically dedicated to celebrating mothers and all the wonderful things they do. What better way to celebrate than with brunch?
Blame Thomas Edison. Although he didn’t invent the light bulb, he did improve upon it and patented a system for electricity distribution. In 1882, his Edison Illuminating Company provided electric current to 59 customers in lower Manhattan.
Maryland Hall presents a screening of the film, “What We Need Is The Impossible” and a discussion with the director, Sam Green on Tuesday, April 23 at 7 pm. This is the final screening of the On Screen/In Person Independent Film Series that has taken place at Maryland Hall this season.
The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will host a free public forum on Health Care Reform on Wednesday, September 4th.
We’ve been waiting all summer and it’s finally here! Maryland Hall's 15th annual Arts Alive gala.
If you're starting to plan your Halloween (or Thanksgiving) menu, check this out – this dip is perfect for a mid-afternoon snack or post-dinner dessert.