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Tag Archives: Tourism

Harding Icefield a find in Southcentral Alaska

KENAI FJORDS NATIONAL PARK, Alaska — The first thing I noticed was the feeling of an ice-cream headache. It meant we were getting close. But the chill off the massive Harding Icefield and wind funneled through the surrounding mountains was ...

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Getaways: Lots of food (and some pretty pictures)

In case St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t have you thoroughly wiped out through the weekend, there are still some things to do around Baltimore. Or maybe you’re just not into the green spirit anyway. The Second Annual Foodie Experience will be at ...

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O’Malley talks tourism, jobs in the mountains

GRANTSVILLE — Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is visiting the state’s western mountains to discuss tourism and jobs. O’Malley was scheduled to attend a tourism forum at New Germany State Park near Grantsville Monday morning, followed by a jobs forum Monday ...

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Getaways: Lax rivals face off at M&T Bank Stadium

“Getaways” is a new feature of TDR’s Maryland Business blog. Each Thursday I’ll write about an upcoming event or attraction, something from Maryland’s tourism calendar that might be of interest if you’re in need of weekend plans. As always, feedback ...

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Kennedy Center opens 3-week India arts festival

WASHINGTON — The Kennedy Center in Washington has been converted into a palace to showcase India’s arts, precious gems and diverse culture over the next three weeks. The $7 million “Maximum India” festival opened Tuesday night and runs through March ...

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Newsmakers: Business and Economic Development Secretary Christian Johansson

Maryland's Secretary of Business and Economic Development Christian Johansson speaks with Daily Record reporters and editors about Maryland's economy, unemployment, tourism and other issues affecting the state.

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