State officials seek to avert hotel tax rise 11th-hour move still would boost promotion spending; Governor and mayor meet; Maryland's tariff would be reduced, city's would go up less
Hoteliers get reprieve from room-tax rise Schmoke to wait one week, allowing other plans to be offered
April 1-2 Mary Kay Cosmetics Eastern career...
Mayor proposes increase in Baltimore hotel tax Schmoke ready to push city's tab to 14.9%, highest on East Coast
March 26-31 Graybar Electric trade show, Hunt...
Black Caucus wins pledge on stadium 23% of contracts for construction work going to minorities; 'We've done our job'; Promise is designed to buttress support in critical vote today
March 15-19RAI/EGI Exhibitions Restorations '96, Baltimore Convention...
Plenty of room to be concerned Tourism: Enthusiasm over the Baltimore Convention Center expansion is tempered by fears over intense competition and a lack of marketing money.
City tourist tax proposed Tariff would finance effort to get visitors; merchants opposed
Restoration '96 goes for the old Home: Rehabbers of aging buildings will find products and information tailored to their needs at Convention Center event.
Which neighborhoods to abandon?
March 15-19 RAI/EGI Exhibitions Restorations '96, Baltimore...
Starving artist is an image long gone Show helps artisans craft lucrative careers
'Fellows Choices' are the cream of the crafts ACC Fair: 19 pieces showcase art, technique.
Illuminating addition to skyline Blaustein center: Lighting at night will call attention to the City Life Museum's new signature feature its reconstructed cast-iron facade.
Craft accents add flair to classics
Job to Armstrong, mayor says Bolstered budget unlikely for new conventions head
Conventions job is said to go to Armstrong Native Baltimorean started in city in the industry; 'I cut my teeth there'; Announcement from mayor expected by tomorrow
Feb. 26-Mar. 3 American Craft Enterprises annual...
Where much that glitters may be gold Home: ACC craft fair shows that artisans are taking a turn to the elegant in works of fabric, leather and wood
Historic preservation show coming to cityRestoration 96,...
Basket maker is selected for prestigious show
BALTIMOREFeb. 17-21 Biophysical Society national convention, Baltimore...
Science extravaganza offers glimpse of future 5,000 specialists, teachers to discuss everything from coral reefs to space flight
Science puts itself under the microscope Baltimore convention to cover all fields
BALTIMOREFeb. 7-9 Biotechnology Industry Organization, Hyatt Regency....
No. 17 bus passengers fear loss of line Lack of riders leads transit administration to end service to light rail
City schools seeking a positive spin, to present innovations at conference Baltimore system to hold national event this week
Jan. 31-Feb. 7 American Bar Association convention,...
Tourism in Maryland's future Lofty 2000 goals: Glendening and private industry team up to promote growth.
Jan. 22-26 Institute of Electrical & Electronics...
Bass Expo gives anglers chance to hone skills
BaltimoreJan. 15-23 Chesapeake Bay Boat Show, Baltimore...
Casting aside memory of winter's punch, Marylanders flock to see summer's toys Annual boat show offers relief from snow
Building Another Renaissance New construction: '96 sees Baltimore poised to rejoin the upper echelon of cities watched for new ideas in urban development.
Expo features everything you need to know about bass fishing
Cabin fever cures range from skiing to fishing Life after shoveling offers many choices
The storm's big winners, losers Ups and downs: Muscled entrepreneurs with a shovel were in this week, while therapists with snowbound clients were out.
Boat show seminars offer bit of learning
THE FLEET'S IN AT THE BOAT SHOW
BaltimoreJan. 13-23 Chesapeake Bay Boat Show, Baltimore...
Spinning tackle has its place with respected bass-chasers
Two new hotels coming to BWI corridor Prime Hospitality, Promus to build suite inns in resurgent area
From harbor to home, traditions ring in '96 Many opt to celebrate the new year quietly
Spending plans seen as a spur for growth Marketing aimed at attracting more visitors to state
New Year's Eve Events
Jan. is show time for fishing, boating
Next month heats up with an array of big events
No business-related conventions of general public interest...