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  • Clyde's will close in January for $4 million renovation

    Clyde's will close in January for $4 million renovation
    Clyde's of Columbia, located on the downtown lakefront since 1975, announced plans Tuesday to close for a $4 million renovation project that also will shutter its sister restaurant Tomato Palace for six to eight weeks beginning in January. While...
  • Frank Gehry pays a visit to old stamping grounds — Columbia

    Forty years after Frank Gehry completed a series of buildings in the fledgling "new town" of Columbia, the current master developer wants him to come back and design more. The Dallas-based Howard Hughes Corp., which in 2010 took over as lead developer of...
  • CA board explores agreement to coordinate Symphony Woods redevelopment

    CA board explores agreement to coordinate Symphony Woods redevelopment
    The Columbia Association will explore entering into a joint agreement with Howard Hughes Corp. and the Howard County government, which could result in the creation of master redevelopment plan for the Symphony Woods/Merriweather Post Pavilion...
  • CA explores agreement to coordinate Symphony Woods redevelopment

    The Columbia Association will explore entering into a trust with Howard Hughes Corp. and the Howard County government, which would result in a more coordinated master redevelopment of the Symphony Woods and Merriweather Post Pavilion neighborhoods. The...
  • McCall invokes Rouse in design for Symphony Woods Park

    McCall invokes Rouse in design for Symphony Woods Park
    Michael McCall's first impression of Jim Rouse dates back to the 1981, when, on a trip to Baltimore as a young developer, he picked up a copy of Time magazine with the iconic Columbia founder on the cover. A year later, after many phone calls and even...
  • Three churches team up for bazaar on Nov. 17

    The Bazaar of the Churches will be held on Nov. 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lisbon Fire Hall. The participating churches include Lisbon United Methodist, Shepherd of the Glen Lutheran and St. Paul's Episcopal. Items that will be available to purchase...
  • CA might put Symphony Woods project on hold

    CA might put Symphony Woods project on hold
    The Columbia Association staff has recommended putting Symphony Woods Park redevelopment plans on hold until Howard Hughes Corp.'s plans for redeveloping Merriweather Post Pavilion are clearer. In a presentation to the CA board last week, CA Landscape...
  • Editorial: Delaying Symphony Woods improvements would be frustrating, but wise

    Editorial: Delaying Symphony Woods improvements would be frustrating, but wise
    One month ago, we expressed delight with recent developments in the plan to revamp Symphony Woods Park, downtown Columbia's last major green space and a linchpin in the larger downtown redevelopment. Now, it looks like the changes, discussed for years and...
  • Enterprise Community Partners getting new home but staying in Columbia

    Enterprise Community Partners getting new home but staying in Columbia
    Enterprise Community Partners, a Columbia-based organization that helps people around the country find affordable housing, is itself getting a new home but staying in Columbia. After considering numerous locations, the nonprofit founded by James and...
  • Work on Columbia pathway to connect hospital to Blandair to begin next year

    Work on Columbia pathway to connect hospital to Blandair to begin next year
    Construction of the first segment of a multiuse pathway that will connect Howard County General Hospital to Blandair Park is expected to begin early next year. Howard Hughes Corp. is required to build the path as a part of the downtown Columbia...
  • Kinetic racers take to the streets of Baltimore

    Kinetic racers take to the streets of Baltimore
    Saturday is the day Fifi looks forward to every year. Fifi is the American Visionary Art Museum's giant pink poodle-with-wheels, who once a year ventures outside to take part in what is clearly Baltimore's funkiest annual event, the Kinetic Sculpture...
  • Where to live

    Howard County boasts a distinct and thriving collection of communities, old and new, stable and growing. In Columbia, one-third of the land is designated as open space. Woods, parkland, playgrounds and other public spaces are required by covenant to...