Annapolis April walking adventures

The tire tracks and the “X” for an eye seem to be appropriate for the chicken now positioned in the former location of “Chicken of the Sea” which has evidently been driven over too many times by negligent motorists to make a comeback. The next time you take a walk in Annapolis’s Arts and EntertainmentContinue reading “Annapolis April walking adventures”

Annapolis’s “Chicken of the Sea” trashed again

I was so happy to see the artist decorated chicken, a project of the Anne Arundel County Arts Council  by Charles Lawrence, restored to its post in front of the 7- Eleven store at the corner of Lafayette and West Street last week that I took a photograph for a future blog positing,  The decoratedContinue reading “Annapolis’s “Chicken of the Sea” trashed again”

Annapolis High student performance highlight Mardi Gras Gala

Yesterday I blogged about what I was wearing at this year’s Anne Arundel County Arts Council Mardi Gras Gala but I didn’t write about the event itself. The highlight for me was listening to and watching two wonderful renditions of song and dance routines from the musical “Working” which will be performed this spring byContinue reading “Annapolis High student performance highlight Mardi Gras Gala”

Connecting With Community

What are they doing? It’s the 2008 Flagship Class of Leadership Anne Arundel doing a few stretches before starting a dance class. It’s been a very rainy week and all week long I’ve been worrying and asking the fates, “Will it rain on Saturday?” Saturday was Customer Appreciation Day at the Peter B. Crilly NationwideContinue reading “Connecting With Community”