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Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House
AgricultureInternationalTourism

Commonly known for its iconic dark stout and its proud Irish heritage, Guinness is ready to change things up as it re-enters the U.S. brewing scene. Today, the company officially opens doors to a brewery in Baltimore County, marking the first time the company has had a brewery in the

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Woodfire Kitchen Baltimore County
Hospitality & RecreationMaryland Living

For Dan Stachura and his wife Anne, deciding to run their own restaurant took something of a leap of faith. Dan spent more than 30 years in the corporate world, including starting an employee benefits company in 2002 in Hunt Valley called ConnectYourCare with several other partners. And Anne had

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Falling Branch Brewery
Maryland Living

For many Marylanders, memories of dad are scattered across the state. Casting a line into the Chesapeake Bay, the first bike ride without training wheels at Patterson Park, snow carving down Wisp’s bunny slope, or a white-knuckled highway driving lesson around I-695 come to mind. These reminiscences are just some

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Wicomico County Sports
Maryland Living

Vanessa Junkin is the Assistant Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Wicomico County Recreation, Parks, Tourism & Civic Center. Follow along with Wicomico on Facebook and Twitter. On a sunny spring day, Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver opened the expanded Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex with a first pitch. An Opening

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Preakness
Maryland Living

With the Kentucky Derby now in the rear view mirror, anticipation is building for the second jewel in horseracing’s Triple Crown – the legendary Preakness Stakes, which is now in its 143rd year at the historic Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Horse enthusiasts far and wide will be breaking out

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Ireland UK
Maryland Living

Maryland’s music scene will shine on the world stage this summer, as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra travels abroad for a tour through the United Kingdom and Ireland. From August 21-30, the BSO will make stops in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, making itself known as a strong cultural ambassador for the

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Mother's Day flowers
Maryland Living

In the rush to prepare the backyard for grilling season and spring cleaning the house, Mother’s Day can sneak up and leave us scrambling for gift ideas and other ways to show how much we appreciate Mom. Don’t let Sunday, May 13 take you by surprise this year. Whether it’s

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Mother's Day Maryland Sailing
Maryland Living

In the rush to prepare the backyard for grilling season and spring cleaning the house, Mother’s Day can sneak up and leave us scrambling for gift ideas and other ways to show how much we appreciate Mom. Don’t let Sunday, May 13 take you by surprise this year. Whether it’s

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Assateague NPS National Park Week
EventsHistoryTourism

From historic battlefields to a national seashore, there are a variety of Maryland locations to visit in honor of National Park Week. Held April 21 – 29, the National Park Service is celebrating the more than 400 sites protected under the National Park System. Here in Maryland, our 18 NPS

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Kent County Paint The Town
Arts

Guest feature: Barbara Vann is associated with Chestertown RiverArts. Follow more tourism happenings in Kent County on Facebook and Twitter. After a brutally long winter, what better way to savor the warmth and beauty of spring than the RiverArts 9th Annual “Paint the Town,” April 26-29, where more than 50

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