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Introducing the Downtown Columbia Partnership

Downtown Columbia is undergoing a revitalization. Closing in on 50 years of age, Columbia is transforming its core with more shops, offices, residences, environmental and cultural amenities and greater connections between them.

Enchanted Forest Comes Back to Life at Clark’s Elioak Farm

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.

Columbia places fifth on Best Places to Live list

Columbia, Maryland has been named the fifth best place to live in America by Money Magazine in its annual Best Places to Live list. The...

Between a Rock and a River, There’s Plenty to Do on Main Street

Exactly what is it about Ellicott City that captivates people?

Laurel Turns 150

The City of Laurel marks its 150th anniversary this year, with a full year of activities and special events to mark the occasion. In January,...

Industry Perspective: Baltimore Tourism: Still Happening, Still Flourishing

Fiscal 2015 was a roller-coaster year for Baltimore tourism.

The Patapsco Valley: First in Innovation and Conservation

For more than 200 years, the Patapsco Valley has been the focal point for historic events and scientific advantages that have transformed Maryland and the nation.

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...

Having Fun Is Serious Business

Howard County Tourism & Promotion’s (HCTP) board of directors, composed of business and community leaders together with Tourism’s team of marketing professionals, are moving Howard County forward as a weekend destination and smart choice for corporate travelers.

And The Best Goes On …

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.

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