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A guy walks into a bar. He sets a book on the table. Fifteen women come in, some sit around the guy with the book, about a charming but faulted Dominican man's infidelities, enough for women in this book club to order two drinks.


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To some, the sight of 14 men gathered around a table in a conference room would scream "business meeting." But the Aug.19 gathering of the Guys Book Club at the Severna Park Community Library was strictly for pleasure.


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Brian Zagalsky of Annapolis Middle School Wins $500 Prize

(March 13, 2017 Annapolis, Md.) Officials from the Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) announced today the inaugural winner of the Local History Project contest. Brian Zagalsky, an eighth grader at Annapolis Middle School, received the honor for his project on the history of rockfish in our area. He received a $500 prize.

A joint project of the Anne Arundel County Public Library, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Anne Arundel Trust for Preservation and the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society (AACHS), the competition was created to encourage students to discover our county’s rich historical resources. The contest was part of the larger National History Day program.   

Brian Zagalsky displays his winning exhibit on rockfish