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Casino revenues drop significantly

With Maryland’s six casinos closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 virus, total gaming revenues are down by nearly $372.5 million compared to last...

Live! Casino & Hotel set health, safety protocols

Live! Casino & Hotel announced a comprehensive and robust health and safety plan in preparation for the eventual re-opening of the property. The new...

Rams Head leaving Savage Mill

The 20-year relationship between the Rams Head Tavern and Historic Savage Mill has ended. The non-renewal of the lease is a result of the...

Merriweather, on pause, looks to the future

“We wake up every day wanting to put on shows.” That’s how Merriweather Post Pavilion spokesperson Audrey Fix Schaefer describes her life right now. She...
Merriweather Post Pavilion

I.M.P. joins coalition to save independent music venues

I.M.P., which promotes most concerts at Columbia’s Merriweather Post Pavilion and at various venues in the Washington, D.C. market, has joined the National Independent...

Casino closings cuts state revenue

With Maryland’s casinos closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 virus, fiscal 2020 casino revenues and contributions to the state remained unchanged in April....

Columbia Film Fest to go ‘virtual’

Columbia Festival of the Arts has joined its community partners by suspending the free LakeFest weekend, as well as all June indoor ticketed events. Columbia...

Local musicians get creative help

Annapolis Town Center and Symmetry Creative Agency announce their recent partnership to support local musicians as venues across the world have closed due to...

Casinos generate $68.7M in March

Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced that March 2020 gaming revenues for the state’s six casinos were $68,657,232. The total was substantially limited by the...

Busboys and Poets, keeping the vibe during expansion

As the new Busboys & Poets rises in the Merriweather District of Downtown Columbia, founder and CEO Andy Shallal offered a surprising admission. "I never...

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