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Arts & Entertainment Briefs

‘The New Wave’ Solo Art Exhibit Through Oct. 31, The Framer’s Choice Gallery, 402 Main St. This solo art exhibition features abstracts by international artist Vian Borchert. Latino Art League Exhibition Through Oct. 28, Bohrer Park This is a recurring…

City Scene

Proposed FCC Small Cell Regs Could Supersede City Regs Public comment is needed on proposed FCC regulations that would allow placement, installation & configuration of small cell structures regardless of local concealment standards. The FCC is seeking public comment on…

Kaufman’s Kitchen: ‘Just Peachy’

In Maryland, our wonderfully capricious weather lets us hold on to that summertime feeling into fall. “Just Peachy” by Belinda Smith-Sullivan (Gibbs-Smith 2019) will help you preserve those warm summer vibes even when fall truly arrives. This beautiful cookbook has…

Mike at the Movies

Photo | Submitted Abominable

Abominable (PG) Finally, an animated film that keeps its script intact and forward-moving with the magic and light shows as part of the story rather than the driver of the action. The storyline is simple: A Yeti eventually known as…

Around Town

Arts Barn Reopens With Celebratory Drum Circle Following several weeks of closure while the roof and HVAC system were replaced, the Arts Barn reopens to the public with a celebratory drum circle on Sunday, Oct. 6, 4 to 5 p.m.…

QO Guts Out a Tough Win in Renewed Rivalry With Damascus

Photo | Mac Kennedy The Cougars take the field for last Friday night’s showdown with the Swarmin’ Hornets.

In a big game between big rivals whose big men received the biggest pregame attention, it was two of the littlest guys on the field who made the biggest plays for Quince Orchard in their 21-7 victory over Damascus in…