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b.b. Bistro’s Carla Lucente returns in Brandon Stalker’s new cafe

West Annapolis is soon to get a new eatery, as first-time restaurant owner Brandon Stalker waits for final permits to open the doors to Evelyn’s, a breakfast and lunch café focused on local and sustainable ingredients.
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Coloring Corner artist Sophia Openshaw makes her way

Sophia Openshaw caught our eye with a postcard illustration of a whimsical turtle playing a bass against an American Southwest backdrop. That turtle helped Bay Weekly launch its popular Coloring Corner nearly a year ago.
    Openshaw, a 20-something Annapolitan, dreams of moving to the Big Apple. Meanwhile she balances the cozy comforts of home, surrounded by parents and pets, with new experiences in the big world.
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Attractive ways to keep kids' minds and bodies active when school is out

Annapolis Area Christian School Summer Programs

A safe, fun and nurturing environment

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Boys will be boys, but their parents can be hell

"My whole life is in there!" That’s the quote of the night as Alan becomes tragically detached from a part of his body — his cell phone — in Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning God of Carnage, playing through March at Compass Rose Theater. In his playbill notes, director Steven Carpenter quotes playwright Reza as saying of her plays: “They are funny tragedy, but they are tragedy.” Indeed.

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Help make this World War I legacy a National Marine Sanctuary

A World War I legacy on the Potomac River needs your help to achieve protection as a National Marine Sanctuary.
    Mallows Bay, on the coastline of Charles County, is the final resting place for 88 World War I wooden steamships of the U.S. Emergency Fleet. The ships were built between 1917 and 1919 to supply European and American troops.
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98-year-old Simeon Booker reported — and made — Black History

Simeon Booker has “changed the course of this nation.” Thus says Ohio Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, one of 17 bipartisan sponsors of a bill to honor the 98-and-one-half-year-old with the Congressional Gold Medal.
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Join the Armstrong family in ­recycling kids’ sporting gear

The Armstrong family is sporty. Children Elizabeth and Lachlan have been playing sports since they were preschoolers. As piles of used sports equipment stacked up, the Edgewater family made a plan.
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Scandalously good in the nearly nude

By doing nudity-in-the-round while preserving the players’ and audience’s modesty, Colonial Players accomplishes the nearly impossible.

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The popular chain helps anchor Annapolis Towne Centre

Hard to believe it’s been eight years since the Annapolis Towne Centre (ironically in Parole) opened its many tenant doors, expanding the retail topography of the greater Annapolis landscape. Here, as in Waugh Chapel, developers Greenberg Gibbons have made a success embracing the build-it-and-they-will-come methodology.
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Books — and Bay Weekly — in Bloom at Calvert Library

Writing a book is hard enough using words. Trade in words for flowers, and it’s harder still.
    So far, I haven’t proved I know how to write a book. I do know how to write a newspaper. That’s why Bay Weekly is my entry in Books in Bloom, Calvert Garden Club’s second annual words-to-flowers display at all four Calvert libraries.
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