Chesapeake Bayhawks soar and stall Machine, 13-8

  • Published in Sports

NickAmato Chesapeake BayhawksANNAPOLIS – The Chesapeake Bayhawks finally got some revenge against the defending Major League Lacrosse (MLL) champion Ohio Machine who had previously won three straight matches. With a smothering defense and tremendous hustle, the Bayhawks dominated the champs by a score of 13-8 to win their third consecutive game on June 2 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.


Visiting Joseph in Laurel, Kate in Annapolis

Kiss Me Kate Kate and PetruchioLAUREL – “Take you the lute, and you the set of books,” writes Shakespeare in his raucous comedy “The Taming of the Shrew.” Two area shows take up both classic books and, if not the lute, then indeed a variety of instruments to bring vividly to life two classic stories which are so universal that they continue to speak to us today.


It’s time to stop pretending

MeTooSometimes, it feels like waking up is the hardest thing to do. Trying to force yourself out of a comfy bed and wiping away the sleep from your eyes can be painful, but necessary to start your day. The same can be said to make a change in the world. You need to wake up, get out of your comfort zone and wipe away the clouds from your eyes.


Gov. Hogan touts bipartisanship in State of the State address

  • Published in State

2016StateoftheStateroomANNAPOLIS – Maryland has seen quite a year. From protests and riots in Baltimore City to the governor’s cancer diagnosis, from the announcement of the Purple Line funding to a historic snowfall in the first month of this year, Gov. Larry Hogan said the state has been tested, but made it through all their trials by coming together.

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