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Documentary is a nod to Columbia's past — and its future

Ken Day set out to tell the behind-the-scenes story of Columbia’s genesis as an open community when integration was the law of the land by weaving together a tapestry of rarely seen archival video footage and vintage photographs. But the senior executive producer at Maryland Public Television also...

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  • Laurel Little League now in full swing

    Laurel Little League now in full swing

    Since 1995, Laurel Little League has been fielding baseball teams for kids ages 4 to 16. This past Saturday marked only the second time the league has celebrated the start of the season with an opening day ceremony. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., players, coaches, family members and the community gathered...

  • Pimlico, Laurel Park and other horse racing tracks to soon ban Lasix, a widely used medication

    Pimlico, Laurel Park and other horse racing tracks to soon ban Lasix, a widely used medication

    A group of prominent American horse racing organizations and tracks — including Baltimore’s Pimlico Race Course, site of the Preakness stakes — pledged Thursday to begin phasing out the use of Lasix, an anti-bleeding medication critics say is overused. Tracks signing onto the initiative include...

  • 'Scotland Road' finds Titanic tale in compelling, murky waters

    'Scotland Road' finds Titanic tale in compelling, murky waters

    The RMS Titanic, the high-tech marvel of the early 20th century that sank into the sea, has inspired art in many forms over the past 100 years. It seems fitting that American playwright Jeffrey Thatcher’s “Scotland Road” — a psychodrama written in 1992 that takes place more than 80 years after...

  • Laurel Historical Society getting groovy for fundraising gala

    Laurel Historical Society getting groovy for fundraising gala

    Optional black tie will mingle with vintage Sixties attire as members of the Laurel Historical Society raid their closets for “groovy” remnants from the Sixties to wear to “The Laurel Pop Festival: 1969,” the group’s fundraising gala being held Saturday evening at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel...

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