Starting Friday, a youth soccer tournament will invade Columbia for the holiday weekend and bring in money for the area’s hotels and restaurants. The 36th annual Columbia Invitational Soccer Tournament will host 462 teams, bringing about 6,200 hotel room nights ...Read More »
About 719,400 Marylanders are expected to travel this Memorial Day holiday weekend, a drop of about 500 travelers from last year’s number, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic. Despite rising airfares and tightened security procedures, air travel is expected to increase by ...Read More »
This weekend the weather should be a bit better than last weekend’s, and more suitable for letting the kiddies loose on the lawn for Easter egg hunting. But if you’re looking for a more fun venue this year, the Maryland ...
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As many Baltimoreans who have been trying to place phone calls on Monday would know, it is Passover eve. And many are taking off early to celebrate and to rid their homes of leavened bread for the next eight days. ...Read More »
This weekend, Baltimore will commemorate 150 years since the Pratt Street Riot in 1861. Friday will kick off with a symposium by the Maryland Historical Society titled, “Land of the Free? The Fate of Civil Liberties in Baltimore in 1861.” ...
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Taxpayers get an extra three days to file their federal tax returns this year, and they can thank the nation’s capital for the extra time. The filing deadline is delayed until midnight Monday because the District of Columbia will observe ...Read More »
Valentine’s Day, with estimated sales of $15.7 billion, is a huge boon for retailers in an otherwise bleak economy, but if you’re a socially conscious consumer, finding one of the top-selling items — chocolate, jewelry or flowers — that fits ...Read More »
Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have a SmugMug page, where you can purchase photos taken by The Daily Record staff.Read More »
NEW YORK — As travelers take to road, air and sky in the sometimes-hectic last days before Christmas, they should keep one thing in mind: It could be worse. Planes took off into windy but accommodating skies Thursday morning at ...Read More »
Oklahoma Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe singlehandedly breathed life into the flagging “war on Christmas” debate when he announced this month that he wouldn’t ride his horse in the Tulsa Holiday Parade of Lights this year — something he has done ...Read More »