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07/22/2016
By Preservation Maryland

On-Air: Historic Takoma’s Takoma Radio is Live

Listen up! In ever progressive, Takoma Park, the city-wide historic preservation non-profit Historic Takoma, Inc has just gone live with Takoma Radio, a hyper-local radio station whose programming will include stories on local history, vibrant legacy, and new businesses and organizations, giving voice to past, present, and future stories of Takoma.

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We recently learned about a cool adaptive reuse project underway in historic downtown Frederick. Sky Stage is scheduled to open in September. It will temporarily transform a boarded-up historic building into an open-air theater that will host arts and cultural programming including drama, music, children’s story time, art classes, folklore, history, naturalists, yoga classes, environmental education, and film.

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As the weather cools and weekly routines return after summer break, fall is the ideal time for a day trip or weekend getaway. Plan an autumn outing to one of these events at some of Maryland’s most scenic historic sites, recommended by Preservation Maryland and the Civil War Trust.

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08/20/2016
By Preservation Maryland

Historical Recipe: Jumbles from Waverly

Historic preservation isn’t only about preserving historic buildings, structures, and sites. It’s also about preserving our intangible heritage – the music, dress, oral traditions, crafts, festivals and cuisines that define our state’s culture. One of the earliest sweet cookie recipes to arrive in Maryland may have come over on the Mayflower from England before it was perfected at the Wavery Mansion; we present Waverly Jumbles:

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09/22/2016
By Preservation Maryland

Five Quintessentially Fall Events in Historic Maryland

On this first day of Autumn in Maryland, we want you to be prepared to head out and explore Maryland and to put these quintessential events on your calendar – from a cornmaze that makes headline news to the local qualifier for the World Oyster Shucking Champion that all take place at historic places throughout the state.

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Preservation Maryland attended the announcement of the recipients of the Heritage Structure Rehabilitation Competitive Commercial Tax Credit for 2017. These were the first projects to be awarded the tax credit since the reauthorization of the program last session due to positive community support and advocacy led by Preservation Maryland.

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Take your pick of historic New Year locales in Maryland: a family-friendly event in downtown Annapolis, an oak bar in an historic paddleboat or a Prohibition-era bar in Baltimore, or on Berlin’s Main Street, one of America’s Coolest Small Towns. At any location, here’s to an historic year ahead!

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01/15/2017
By Preservation Maryland

Now Streaming: Preservation Maryland’s PreserveCast

Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce a new initiative and program for the 85-year old organization; a weekly preservation podcast. PreserveCast, as it is known, will look at the intersection of preservation and technology and the way the future is shaping our past.

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Welcome to Preservation Maryland’s PreserveCast. I’m your host, Nick Redding. I’m very excited to welcome you to our very first episode…that’s how history is made with Preservation Maryland’s very first podcast. Listen in!

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