Author Archive: Linda Marolla, Associate Editor

I am the Assoc. Editor for The Crabwrapper--please do not leave off the "oc" because I will totally go postal on you. Women are NOT to be objectified! Basically, my job is to try to prevent shit from getting up the chain to my boss Mark. Oh, and I do write some stuff too!

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AACPS to Offer Corporate Sponsorship of Snow Days

AACPS to Offer Corporate Sponsorship of Snow Days

A blizzard of epic proportions slammed into the East Coast last week leaving Maryland blanketed with more than two feet of snow, paralyzing the region for days. As with neighboring school districts, Anne Arundel County Public Schools faces a monumental task in clearing the snow from parking lots, sidewalks, and pathways before classes can resume […]

January 26, 2016 | By | Reply More
Pumpkin Spice Shortage Impacts Maryland Residents

Pumpkin Spice Shortage Impacts Maryland Residents

Of all the harbingers of autumn that start to emerge as summer begins to peter out and the kids go back to school, none has become more ubiquitous over the past five years than the appearance of pumpkin spice-flavored…well…everything. But just weeks before the official start of fall in Maryland, some shocking news may put […]

August 21, 2015 | By | Reply More
Maryland Co-Capitals: Annapolis and Ocean City

Maryland Co-Capitals: Annapolis and Ocean City

In a shocking announcement, Senate President Mike Miller announced that Annapolis and Ocean City would soon become Maryland Co-Capitals. For the first time in this nation’s history, a state will have co-capitals, rather than a single center of governmental operations, as has been tradition for almost 240 years. In less than two months, Maryland will […]

Soft-Porn Showcase Debuts This Morning At Annapolis Film Festival

Soft-Porn Showcase Debuts This Morning At Annapolis Film Festival

The Annapolis Film Festival has grown steadily over the past three years as more varied, acclaimed, and controversial filmmakers have been attracted to this fledgling event in the sleepy town along the banks of the Chesapeake Bay. This year, a last minute Sunday showcase will test the mettle of the town’s gentry by highlighting films […]

Maryland Transportation Authority Approves Third Bay Crossing

Maryland Transportation Authority Approves Third Bay Crossing

. After decades of studies and debate, the Maryland Transportation Authority has announced that a third Bay Bridge span has been approved for construction. Work will commence in January of 2016 and will be completed sometime over the summer of 2018. There are currently four bridges that traverse the Chesapeake Bay in two pairs of […]

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