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August 2018

Erin McKeown 333 Concert

Event Date:  September 21, 2018 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm Erin McKeown, the genre-bending singer/songwriter, activist and composer/producer, returns for a special show at the series she first played as a new artist 20 years ago. 333 founder Max Ochs will emcee. 333 is Annapolis' monthly listening space for folk and acoustic music. Info: 333concerts.org or 443-333-9613. Location Annapolis Friends Meeting 351 DuBois Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401 United States See map: Google Maps
      You can read American history in the work we do. 
If ever an artistic wiz there was, it’s Tim Scheirer
       “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain,” said the man behind the curtain to Dorothy and her friends as the Wizard’s true identity came to light. Though we discovered he was simply an ordinary man, his wonderful skills dazzled the onlookers as he enlightened, encouraged, educated and invited us all to find our way home.

A massive sewage spill attests to the perils of living downstream from Binghamton, N.Y.

       Binghamton, which is situated at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers, discharged nearly 50 million gallons of untreated wastewater starting Aug. 13 due to so much rain, the New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation reported.        The Susquehanna, as you probably know, is the longest river in the East Coast, flowing 464 miles through Pennsylvania, into the Chesapeake Bay and on to the Atlantic Ocean.

See for yourself at the Walters Art Museum

      From John Waters to HonFest to the Visionary Arts Museum, our biggest city has its cherished weirdness. The stately Walters Art Museum, founded by a scion of industry, is better known for very fine art — masterpieces from the ancient Mediterranean, Africa, East Asia, Middle East and the Americas — than funny art.        Make that was better known.
Guitar hero lives up to his billing
       Nine-year-old Jeffrey Allen of St. Mary’s County has had a passion for music since birth, says his mom Kimberly Allen. Specifically the music of country music star Brad Paisley.        “He went to his first concert at the age of three to see Brad Paisley perform in Baltimore,” Kimberly says. “He likes to make signs for concerts, where we may be closer to the stage.”

Who we are and what we do

      The work we do boggles the mind.

1BR apartment for rent

1BR apartment for rent. Half-block from the beach. $900 a month, $900 security deposit. All utilities and cable included. 410-414-8072.  
Recalling an Extraordinary Man  Re: Valedictory: The Bay Gardener: Aug. 9; ­www.bayweekly.com/node/44496 All That and more, Life didn't get past Frank Gouin: Aug. 9; www.bayweekly.com/node/44506

Puppets are people, too

       In an alternate version of Los Angeles, puppets and humans live together. Not quite in harmony, however, as puppets are second-class citizens harassed by police and assaulted by children.