The National Park Service is less than a year away from celebrating 100 years, and its centennial celebration is expected to be nothing short of spectacular.
Savage Mill is marking its bicentennial on Sept. 17 with free historic tours, live music, demonstrations, a sidewalk sale and a live broadcast from radio station Mix 106.5.
Being named executive director of the Office of Tourism Development (OTD) for the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) two months ago was a logical career progression for Liz Fitzsimmons, who has been an employee of the department since 1993.
Washington, D.C., is buzzing. Want to gauge the volume of new developments? Just look at the city’s skyline. Across all of the city’s quadrants, there are 60-some cranes hoisting steel and glass, a testament to the $9-plus billion in physical developments across the District.
As a child, Martha Clark visited the Enchanted Forest in Ellicott City, Md., at least once a year — but she would have gone more often if she had her childhood wish. “I always wanted to have a birthday party there, but my birthday was in December [and the park wasn’t open],” said Clark.
Are you one of those people who think sporting events will happen anywhere and everywhere, no matter what happens? Do you think kids’ games are just for fun and recreation?
As CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, I had a problem.
There are many events held in Howard County throughout the year that can entertain tourists and natives alike. Here’s a sampling.
As the 2015 summer concert season comes to a close, Merriweather Post Pavilion will not only end another season of outstanding performances, but also finish the first phase of exterior renovations to the 48-year-old venue.
Exactly what is it about Ellicott City that captivates people?