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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...

MPT’s Maryland Farm & Harvest visits Howard

Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) original series Maryland Farm & Harvest, will feature a Howard County farm during a new episode airing tonight, Tuesday, Dec....

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...

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...

And they’re off- The costs, the hope of training race horses

As he walks through the stalls at Laurel Park, Phil Schoenthal rattles off some of the aspects of training a racehorse: grooming, conditioning workouts,...

Dentsu Aegis Network acquires Media Storm

Dentsu Aegis Network of London, England, has acquired Norwalk, Conn.-based Media Storm, a large independent data-driven audience planning and targeting agency, from founders Craig...

What’s killing racehorses?

The sudden death of horses at racetracks is causing alarm and concern in some circles. According to the Horseracing Wrongs website, 42 horses died at...

Deal offered for Pimlico, Laurel

A new plan to keep the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore aims to make Maryland the nation’s horse racing epicenter, modernize Laurel Park and Pimlico...

Is Maryland ready for the sports betting game?

West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware have voted sports gaming into law. Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia have not. Those last three facts will be...

MBX to host Chili & Coat Drive Jan. 10

The Maryland Business Connection (MBX) will kick off 2019 with its Mega Networking Kick-Off Party Chili Showcase & Coat Drive on Thursday, Jan. 10,...

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