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Maryland State Fair Recognized for Pandemic Response, Other Awards Nine awards were presented by the International Association of Fairs and Expositions

  The Maryland State Fair received nine awards from the International Association of Fairs and Expositions including two for its adjustments to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the “Grow Fair Strong” Convention in San Antonio, Texas, from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1, the fair won first place for use of its …

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Baltimore Upcycling, Vintage on Display in ‘Sustainable Fashion Weekend’ Learn about sustainable practices through a bus tour, workshop, panel discussion and fashion show

Caprece Jackson--Garrett

Caprece Jackson-Garrett says people are starting to gravitate more and more toward reusing and recycling clothing rather than buying it new—because they want to know the stories behind it. “That’s where you have the sentiment,” she says. “Cause we all have something shoved in the back of our closet that …

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Route One Apparel Designs Merch for World-renowned Maryland 5 Star The equestrian competition is one of two in the country and one of seven in the world.

Maryland 5 Star test event spring 2021

    Maryland’s equestrian history will soon be a little bit richer with Maryland 5 Star, and the chance to partner with a local business for the occasion could not be ignored. Terry Hasseltine, president of the Sport and Entertainment Corporation of Maryland and Maryland Sports—a commission that brings in …

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Celebrate the Arts This Fall in Baltimore

Baltimore has made a name for itself with its diverse arts and entertainment scene. When COVID-19 forced in-person experiences to go virtual throughout much of 2020, some wondered whether the arts would enjoy a rebound. As venues reopen this year with public health and safety measures in place, fall brings …

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Columbia’s Long Reach Village Celebrates 50 Years One of the oldest villages in Columbia is celebrated for its arts, culture and staying power

Long Reach Village—the largest and one of the oldest villages in Columbia, Maryland—will celebrate 50 years next Friday. “Columbia is a little over 50 years old itself,” says Robert Neal Marshall, executive director of the Columbia Festival of the Arts, which means this village goes back to its roots. Including …

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