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2010 Reports Show Increases in Visitors, Hotel Performance by the Maryland Office of Tourism, Department of Business & Economic Development As Maryland’s high temperatures begin breaking records, Maryland has broken its own visitation record. Maryland welcomed 32.2 million domestic travelers in 2010, a 10.7 percent increase from 2009 and an

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By Leah Michaels   Fourth of July is quickly approaching and Maryland is planning events across the state throughout the weekend in order to celebrate the national holiday. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra will be playing their compilation of American tunes titled Salute to Independence at the Antietam National Battlefield Saturday,

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by Camila Clark The world’s meeting and events industry gathered in Baltimore June 21-23 for AIBTM, the Americas Meetings & Events Exhibition. This is the first time a show of this magnitude has been held in the United States. Baltimore joins Barcelona, Abu Dhabi, Beijing and Melbourne, Australia as the

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Festival screens 108 films this week by Gerald Levin About five years ago – at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam – Ray Barry overheard a conversation. “I remember it like it was yesterday,” he says. “One person was asking another: ‘Are you going to Silver Spring for Silverdocs this

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by Mindie Burgoyne, Maryland Business and Economic Development Regional Field Director and writer of travelhag.com Poplar Island is one of many small islands on the Chesapeake. It lies off the coast of Talbot County, north west of Tilghman Island. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5ZW1tj4-_k] In 1847, the Island a survey showed the island to

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Maryland LivingTourism

GBC Unveils Multi-Million Dollar Plan to Redevelop Baltimore’s Inner Harbor by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia The state’s number one attraction in Baltimore may get a face lift if city and state officials sign on to the Greater Baltimore Committee’s plans to redevelop the Inner Harbor.  The plans, unveiled last week

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