Dating in today’s world can be a comical, treacherous and awkward journey, and former Calvert County resident Victoria Fratz captures all that and more after co-writing, producing and starring in Social House Films’ “Electric Love,” which was released Feb. 5.
Mattawoman Creek Art Center, in a unique collaboration with the Charles County Chapter of the Maryland Writers’ Association, opened its Winter Open All-Media Exhibition on Sunday, Feb. 24. Called Art Prompt, the collaboration produced an exhibition which combines stories written by local wri…
Allen Price needed his Patuxent High School theater students to grow up — quite literally — when they staged Stephen Dietz’s “Becky’s New Car” at the One-Act state competition Jan. 12 at Towson University.
Monumental Theatre Company won the 2018 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company, which signaled their eligibility for further awards recognizing their artistic achievements among the broader range of Helen Hayes Awards. And a pair of Southern Maryland natives has played a …
It’s a bitterly cold and windy Saturday afternoon in February, and the waves of the Chesapeake Bay at Point Lookout throw not only seaweed, driftwood and pebbles onto the beach, but also straws, plastic bags and other items.
There was a time when African-Americans had to sit in the back of the bus. Times could have changed when all-black William Sampson Brooks High School students began attending Calvert High School in 1965 and segregation ended, but Pinkie Strother and her friends still preferred the back seats…
The Maryland Writers’ Association created the Writers’ Round Table Program to encourage writers, poets, playwrights and authors through monthly articles and activities.
Calvert High School students were able to get a peek into history in mid-December when they traveled to Loudon Park National Cemetery in Baltimore to participate in an in-depth study of the Korean War.
Louvenia Banks missed the phone call telling her she was the grand prize winner in the annual American Cancer Society raffle, simply because she was on the phone helping others.
Artists usually work in isolation in their studios or out in nature, but that will not be the case when local artisans take part in Artists in Action: Temporary Studio Experience at Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center in Solomons through Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Bright smiles and big caps adorned with colorful decorations set the mood Thursday in La Plata for the College of Southern Maryland’s 20th Winter Commencement, as nearly 550 degrees and 250 certificates were conferred to 541 candidates, ranging in age from 18 to 63.
A few years ago, Timmy Pitcher and Leston Allen each decided to try cornhole on a whim at a backyard party, and now both are making a name for themselves in the Maryland Cornhole Association.
In a quiet Dameron cul-de-sac on a Sunday morning, Mary Lou Troutman cleans her studio while her husband, Jeff Troutman, cuts matting to frame her pieces.