October 13, 2022 | Daily briefs | School stabbing. Crownville fire. Conferences. Symphonies. Boat !


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A stabbing at Glen Burnie High School. A serious fire in Crownsville sends a 92-year-old woman to hospital. A lecture at St. John’s College. A symphony at Temple Beth Shalom. And dine at your table at Maryland Classical Theater. Some news and reminders on the sailboat show, which takes place until Monday!

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Hello, today is Thursday, October 13, 2022 and THIS is your eye on Annapolis Daily briefs.

It looks like a rainy day, and I can’t believe it’s Thursday already. This week is sailing by (pardon the pun) and it looks like I can’t catch up. But I try. But enough of my woes, let’s get to the news, okay?

The Anne Arundel County Police were summoned to Glen Burnie High School for a fight yesterday afternoon. Two students were fighting just after 1:00 p.m., and one of the students, a 17-year-old from Pasadena, pulled out a pocket knife and stabbed the other student in the abdomen. The teenager was arrested and the victim was taken to hospital with what police said were minor injuries.

Around the exact time, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department responded to a house fire in Crownsville on Oser Drive. When they arrived they were greeted by flames coming from the front of the house and one of the residents said there was still someone inside. Crews entered the building and rescued a 92-year-old woman with severe burns to her body. She was treated at the scene and eventually airlifted to Bayview Hospital in critical condition with life-threatening injuries. It took 60 firefighters 20 minutes to bring the blaze under control, believing it had started in a dining area. A cause or value of loss has not been determined. It is not known if the residence had working smoke detectors.

The formal lecture series continues tomorrow at St. John’s College. 8 p.m. at McDowell Hall. This week Angel Parham, Professor of Sociology at UVA, presents his lecture – Difference and Belonging in the Stories of Herodotus… And confession time, I had to google this Greek god and how to pronounce his name. But these lectures are guaranteed to energize you!

And looking at the weekend because tickets are limited…and also with words I have trouble pronouncing, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra performs a concert Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at Temple Beth Shalom to Arnold. It will present pieces by Bach, Mozart, and that’s where it gets risky for me… Boulogne-Chevalier de St. George. This will be done by the Ensemble Baroque, which is the reduced version of the complete symphony with only 28 musicians. Seating is limited, so if you’re up for it… annapolissymphony.org

And I just found this, and it’s really cool. Maryland Classical Theater has teamed up with Smashing Grapes to bring you a special dinner! I told you about the theater’s monthly cabaret shows on the first Monday of the month…well, when you buy a ticket, you also unlock a special menu at Smashing Grapes. Pre-order before the show, and they’ll deliver it to you at the cabaret. With the theater full bar and now great food, it’s a perfect night out on the town. classicaltheatremaryland.org

And the Sailboat Show opens today and will continue until Monday. Tickets on annapolisboatshows.com are $22 in advance but $25 at the door. That being said, Visit Annapolis and Anne Arundel County is once again running a free shuttle between BWI airports and the lounge. So if you’re coming into town and standing at BWI, take this shuttle and save the cost and hassle of parking here. I say hassle because we have the Hillman garage offline at the moment. The shuttle runs daily during shows from 8:45 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. Pretty cool. And in case you missed it, we reposted the pod we did on the boat shows on EyeOnAnnapolis.net, so if you missed it, you can rewind or head over to the site and the catch it there!

And that’s all I got in terms of news! Podcast Stuff– ​​This weekend on the Local Business Spotlight, it’s Parry from Lucky Bird Tattoo. Next weekend I’m thinking of Scout & Mollys… but it could be something else – don’t hold it against me.

And it’s a wrap. As always, thank you all for being you. And a thank you to the sponsors for today’s Daily News Brief- Solar energy servicesthe Kristi Neidhardt The team at Northrop Realty, a Long and Foster company, and Scout & Molly’s!

It’s Thursday, so here we have Trevor from Annapolis Makerspace with your Maker Minutes. And George from DCMDVA Weather is here with your local weather forecast. All of this is happening in a short time, so hang in there!

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