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LIGHTS, CAMERA, TINSEL

Decorators make the season merry The annual birth of the poinsettia tree at The Mall in Columbia is actually in May. Vendors begin growing plants...

ACS, HCPSS to Host Art Exhibits

The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) has partnered with the Association of Community Services of Howard County (ACS) to promote the artistic and...

MPT Series Maryland Farm & Harvest Visits Howard County

Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) original series Maryland Farm & Harvest will feature farms and other locations in Howard County during a new episode airing Tuesday, Dec....

Vision Technologies Retained by Baltimore Ravens

Vision Technologies, of Glen Burnie, has been named the official audio-visual partner of the Baltimore Ravens for the second consecutive year. As a Ravens’...

Hunting Generates $401M in Spending

A new organization, Hunting Works For Maryland, estimates that hunters in the state generate $401 million in economic activity, much of which is spent...

Free Admission for OPUS Festival

OPUS Merriweather, the multi-faceted festival that combines art, sound, technology and taste into a surreal sensory journey, will return on Saturday, Oct. 13, from...

Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts Inspires on Many Levels

Alexandra Franco once shared a toy box with actor and filmmaker Edward Norton — one of her earliest memories from her first days with the Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts (CCTA). The CCTA boasts not only Norton but also many Broadway stars and musicians as alumni.

Columbia Festival of the Arts Moves From Lakefront Into the Woods This June

For the first time in decades, Columbia Festival of the Arts is moving its traditional Opening Weekend from lakeside at Lake Kittamaqundi to a new location.

Public Sculptures and Sites Selected for ARTsites 2016

ARTsites 2016 is a year-long outdoor public art exhibit sponsored by the Howard County Arts Council (HCAC) that will take place at 12 sites throughout Howard County.

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Celebrates Its 15th Season

This year, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) is celebrating 15 years of bringing the Bard and other notable performances to Maryland audiences. It has released its upcoming schedule of shows.

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