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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...

Books in Bloom presents authors in virtual format

The Downtown Columbia Partnership (DTC) and The Howard Hughes Corporation (HHC) are hosting the 4th annual Books in Bloom (BIB) book festival in a...

Teamwork nets results for seniors at Miller’s Grant

Susan Polniaszek, Bill Amos and Jeannie Plunkett are hot, sweating and happy. At 8 a.m., they’re already back inside The Lutheran Village at Miller’s...

Clyde’s, The Soundry to close in July

Clyde’s Restaurant Group announced it will close its two Columbia locations on Sunday, July 19. The first Maryland property opened by the popular Washington-based...

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.

MERRIWEATHER ADDS A SYMPHONY

Merriweather Post Pavilion is making a turn toward Columbia Founder Jim Rouse’s vision. Originally conceived as a home for world-class artistic programming with residencies from...

RACE TRACK WARS– Laurel or Pimlico?

State legislative measures aimed at reopening the Bowie Training Center and nudging Laurel Park closer to super track status died during the last week...

Horses will run Lasix free

The Maryland Jockey Club (MJC), The Stronach Group and the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (MTHA) have reached an agreement for a Lasix-free pilot program...

YouTube Music, NIVA partner for music venues

YouTube Music and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) have announced a partnership with the goal of helping to preserve independent live music venues across the United...

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Lures International Theater Producers to Maryland

The international association of theaters producing Shakespeare’s plays has chosen Baltimore as the site of its annual conference for 2017.

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