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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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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 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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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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Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Tourism

Maryland’s favorite springtime activity is officially here – baseball! Opening Day showed us that the Baltimore Orioles are back in action, bringing in more than 45,000 fans to watch a 3-2 win against the Minnesota Twins. With plenty of home games scheduled at the yard, plan a trip to the

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Frederick Douglass History
EventsHistoryTourism

This month we celebrate Black History Month. All across the nation, Americans from every background are pausing to reflect on the courage, bravery and sheer tenacity of Black activists throughout history. Ranging from the writings of W.E.B. DuBois to Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, American history has

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East Coast Dyes Lacrosse
Profiles

While navigating their way toward accounting careers at Towson University, Mike and Greg Kenneally thought of lacrosse as nothing more than a passion and a hobby. Six years later, the brothers have expanded their high-performance lacrosse equipment company, East Coast Dyes (ECD), exponentially due to its innovative technology and Maryland

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Court Grabbers Maryland FUNDERDOME
EntrepreneursInnovation & Tech

It’s not every day that a Maryland-made product gets its claim to fame on national television. Back in 2010, Steve McLaughlin was attending his son’s basketball practice, watching with a mixture of laughter and concern as the team slid across the court in their brand new basketball shoes. The slippery

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Mountain Maryland Restaurant Week
Tourism

Guest feature: Caitlin Squires works with the Allegany County Department of Tourism. Follow Mountain Maryland on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Restaurant Week on Facebook and Instagram. Allegany County will host its debut Restaurant Week this September 8-17, joining the ranks of numerous other Maryland counties and hundreds of cities across the

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