Author Archive: Laura Ritz, Editorial Intern

Hi, I'm Laura Ritz and the Intern here at The Crabwrapper. I hear that Maryland apologized for that whole slavery thing--so I have to ask how the hell they can make me bust my ass and not pay me a cent? Oh, that's right, it is for the "experience." Well, to make ends meet, you can always catch up with me at McDoogals in the Dena!

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Maryland Dad Sings Praises of Cargo Shorts

Maryland Dad Sings Praises of Cargo Shorts

Fashion trends come and go, but don’t tell that to Kevin “Murph” Murphy, a forty-six year old father of three from Montgomery Village, Maryland, who owns over eleven pairs of cargo shorts and three pairs of crocs. “When I was in high school, my dad dressed like an ass. And it embarrassed the hell out […]

July 17, 2015 | By | Reply More
Marylanders Becoming Concerned About Heat

Marylanders Becoming Concerned About Heat

Marylanders are concerned about heat as we cross the midline of June. Heat and humidity has moved into the Mid-Atlantic region with temperatures creeping into the low nineties and the heat index approaches one hundred degrees. As with every year, Marylanders were taken by surprise by this change of weather. “It’s just so HOT,” exclaimed […]

June 16, 2015 | By | Reply More
Internet Commentor Knows How To Quell Baltimore Riots

Internet Commentor Knows How To Quell Baltimore Riots

Baltimore was catapulted into the national eye two weeks ago when it was rocked by protests and riots that brought the troubled city to a standstill and required the National Guard to restore order after several Baltimore riots broke out. The unrest, sparked by the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, mirrored similar controversies […]

Annapolis Tourists to be Charged Admission to City

Annapolis Tourists to be Charged Admission to City

The nation’s economy has improved over the past three years, but tourist destinations, such as Annapolis, has lagged behind comparable municipalities in its fiscal recovery. However, many in city government think that they might have a solution in the form of a city admission fee. After the financial collapse of 2008, the number of visitors […]

Western Maryland to be Placed on the Auction Block

Western Maryland to be Placed on the Auction Block

. In a dramatic announcement late on Monday, Maryland State Comptroller, Peter Franchot, revealed that state officials were in high-level talks with representatives of both Pennsylvania and West Virginia to ascertain the possibility of the interest of either states purchasing Garrett , Allegany, and Washington counties, which comprise Maryland’s western panhandle. Like many other states, […]

AACPS To Offer Counseling To Parents Struggling With Snow Days

AACPS To Offer Counseling To Parents Struggling With Snow Days

The Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) announced today that they will extend in-school counseling services to parents who have been emotionally impacted with the effects of excessive snow days. Counseling services will be available for parents through all county schools during normal counseling office hours, or by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 7 pm. In […]

March 5, 2015 | By | Reply More

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