NORTH EAST — The temperatures outside may not have cooled down, but some local ice princesses are certain to warm anyone’s heart.
PERRYVILLE — With several breweries, wineries and other vendors represented at Saturday’s Tap Into The Tavern event, community members had the chance to sample and learn more about the local businesses gathered at the historic Rodgers Tavern.
PORT DEPOSIT — When community members congregate at the former U.S. Naval Training Center Bainbridge on Sept. 15 for the annual Bainbridge Day celebrations, they will be stepping back through time to recall the base’s history and continue to write its legacy.
ELKTON — Three years after Lee Lewis started leasing a property on Main Street, his dream of turning the building into a theater will finally be coming true as Showcase on Main plans to open its door Friday, Sept. 6.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Eighty-one of the world’s top classical musicians were locked out of symphony hall during a rancorous labor dispute. Donors deserted in droves. Faced with a massive deficit, the symphony’s board of directors raided the endowment and demanded hefty pay cuts. The public sided …
EARLEVILLE — In honor of the largest water lily in North America, Mount Harmon’s Lotus Blossom Festival on Saturday, Aug. 10, will feature the event’s eponymous flower, an array of artisans and craft vendors, colonial living history, bluegrass music and much more.
NORTH EAST — Hilarity ensues in Milburn Stone Theatre’s production of “Anything Goes” when a hopeless romantic Wall Street broker, the heiress he is pining after, the over-the-top British nobleman she is engaged to, a nightclub singer, second-rate gangsters, and the rest of the show’s eclect…
OXFORD, Pa. — For worldly art and music selections, one need not travel much further than 5 miles over the Maryland-Pennsylvania line to the second annual Oxford Connective Art & Music Festival on Saturday, Aug. 3.
ELKTON — J.P. Henry likes photographing patterns, like rows of school buses parked on a lot or boats at a marina. He also likes capturing trees, clouds, water, animals, the intersecting lines of bridge structures — and sometimes even people, according to his mother, Jane Ward.
CECIL COUNTY — By the light of fireworks bursting in the sky above the Northeast River, community members will gather to remember the sacrifices of the nation’s veterans during the annual Salute to Cecil County Veterans ceremony and fireworks show Wednesday, July 3.
ELKTON — In his new album “Wabi Sabi” — titled after a Japanese idea of embracing the aesthetic of things that are imperfect and impermanent — Tennessee musician Jesse Black sees the beauty in imperfection.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Jammed into a small studio, Venezuelan ska band Desorden Público rehearsed “One Step Beyond” and other tunes ahead of an American tour. Percussionist Oscar Alcaíno, 60, wore a porkpie hat, a sartorial signature of ska. The cork-lined walls carried old music posters:…
NORTH EAST — As Milburn Stone Theatre’s upcoming production of “Evita” prepares to take the stage, the show’s titular mid-19th century Argentine first lady is stuck on you and hopes you will be too.
HAVRE DE GRACE — With rainbow flags flying and other LGBT-related decorations positioned proudly, community members will hold the first ever Upper Chesapeake Bay Pride from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 22, in Concord Lighthouse Park.
ELKTON — For a change of scenery from the interiors of Main Street’s many eating establishments, the outdoor downtown area will be transformed into its own dining venue for one night only as patrons enjoy food, drinks and musical performances under the night sky.
NORTH EAST — When singer-songwriter Rupert Wates moved to the United States in 2006, he was drawn by what he calls the country’s “welcoming spirit.”
RISING SUN — Starting this Friday, Street Lamp Community Theatre is embracing the fun, freaky and fantastical as it presents its latest musical, “Freaky Friday,” from May 10-12, 17-19.
NORTH EAST — From time-honored classics to newer additions to the theatrical stage, Cecil College’s Milburn Stone Theatre unveiled what shows it will be performing for its 2019-20 season during a season reveal event Saturday night.
NORTH EAST — Whether she is turning a small moment into something bigger or finding a hopeful light in apparent darkness, Canadian folk singer-songwriter Shawna Caspi sees music as a way of transforming the world around her into something new.