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Harbor Market Baltimore
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Spending yet another lunch break in your office? If this scenario sounds all too familiar, it’s time to shake up your usual routine and schedule a visit to Baltimore’s McKeldin Square. Waterfront Partnership is revitalizing the Inner Harbor’s lunch scene by providing a pop-up marketplace on Wednesdays and Fridays, from 11:00

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Gordon Ramsay Hotel Hell
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Are you an owner, or an employee, of a struggling hospitality business? Is there a hotel near your favorite vacation town that needs an extreme makeover? Now renewed for a third season, Gordon Ramsay and the Hotel Hell crew are searching nationwide for businesses in need of an overhaul. Maryland

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August 2015 Marketing Pulse: A newcomer getting to know Maryland Allison Skipper is the Managing Director for Marketing & Communications at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. As one of DBED’s newest faces, I’ve started making the rounds and getting to know the talented people within our agency,

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Sparrows Point Map
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Say the name Sparrows Point to anyone in southeastern Baltimore County and they’re bound to reply with, “Oh, I know someone who worked at the mill.” The mill in question — Bethlehem Steel. Sparrows Point was farmland owned by local families until, in 1887, it was sold to the Maryland

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Guest feature: Julie Oberg of the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Follow along with MDA @MdAgDept and Maryland’s Best @MdsBest. Join in the conversation with #FarmersMarketWeek. Governor Larry Hogan has designated August 2nd – 8th Farmers’ Market Week in Maryland to coincide with National Farmers’ Market Week. The Maryland Department of Agriculture

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Baltimore Restaurant Week
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It’s the perfect time to step outside and grab a bite to eat—Baltimore Restaurant Week is back. Scheduled from July 24th to August 2nd, the annual dining celebration includes a three-course dinner for $20 or $30, and a two-course brunch or lunch for $15. Now in its 10th year, Baltimore

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The Town of Centreville will create a strategic plan for economic development with help from the State of Maryland. The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) has approved a $15,000 conditional grant to the Town, through the Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund (MEDAAF), to help fund the

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Farmers Market Produce
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July 2015 Tourism Pulse: Buy local for an authentic Maryland experience Liz Fitzsimmons is the Executive Director for the Maryland Office of Tourism Development. With farmers markets and festivals galore featuring local products, July offers up multiple opportunities for summertime visitors and residents alike to support local businesses and get a

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Nalley Fresh Greg Nalley cropped
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After 20 years in the culinary business, Greg Nalley has finally become what he calls an overnight success. Although his path has been anything but direct, Nalley currently oversees an expanding empire in the Baltimore area. His sixth Nalley Fresh restaurant just opened its doors on Pratt Street and strong

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The Maryland Film Office is excited to announce that History Channel’s hit reality show American Pickers will be coming to the State in August. The show follows Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz on their journey across the United States, searching for diamonds in the rough among the forgotten junk in

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