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Start Your Week Strong at Live! Casino’s Taco Tuesdays

Everyone needs something to look forward to as another work week begins—like Live! Casino’s Taco Tuesdays. Gather a group of friends or coworkers and head to the local hotspot any Tuesday evening from 4 to 10 p.m. for discounted chips and salsa, tacos, and margaritas in the ever-bustling Sports & Social bar and restaurant. The…

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Treat Your Significant Other to Flowers by Gina

You can’t go wrong with a classic bouquet of long-stemmed roses from Flowers by Gina. The local flower shop is standing by to make last-minute deliveries, and not just of roses—its extensive online inventory is packed with color and variety. The Botanical Beauty, for instance, departs from your traditional arrangement in that it relies on…

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Take Your Sweetheart to Tomo Asian Cuisine

Since Tomo Asian Cuisine reopened a few months ago under a new family, its sleek and inviting dining room has been beckoning to local foodies. The moment they step inside they’re instantly impressed by the aesthetic—and once they experience the caliber of the pan-Asian cuisine, they’re impressed by that, too. Classic dishes like the pad…

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Warming Recipes for Busy Winter Weeknights

There’s no better way to end a cold winter’s day than by slipping into some comfy PJs to savor a piping-hot plateful of your favorite comfort food—especially when it’s made from scratch and simple to prepare. Requiring minimal ingredients and time spent in the kitchen, here are three deliciously easy recipes that guarantee to warm…

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Arthur Murray Dance Center: Learn a New Skill in 2022

2022 is a clean slate and a fresh opportunity to step outside of your comfort zone. Step straight from that comfort zone into a foxtrot at Arthur Murray Dance Center. Its seasoned instructors are in the business of converting newbies into confident dancers, whether they’re gearing up for a special event or just looking for…

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East Meets West at Boro Kabob, a New Eatery in Columbia

Boro Kabob may be brand new to the local culinary scene, but it certainly isn’t taking long for the freshly minted restaurant to start earning a sterling reputation. Its fresh take on traditional Middle Eastern fare—often infused with some modern American flair—already has its first customers abuzz. Take, for example, fusion dishes like its specialty…

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How to Refresh and Reorganize Your Apartment for 2022

The new year offers an opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start fresh with a newly calibrated outlook and freshly minted goals. And while many people use the changing year as a chance to improve upon their physical self, why stop there? Now is the perfect time to reevaluate your living space, as well,…

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Snag Your Tickets Now to Merriweather Symphony of Lights

After the past couple of years, you’re probably craving some holiday cheer more than ever! The Merriweather Symphony of Lights oozes it from every illuminated bulb. The massive light display has been setting Howard County’s sky aglow for more than a quarter of a century, and it’s returning this year for another safe and socially-distanced…

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Busboys and Poets: A New Community Hub-Meets-Restaurant in Columbia

Poetry slams. Live concerts. Gourmet dinner parties. Busboys and Poets hosts all three on a weekly basis. Part bookstore, part entertainment venue, part restaurant, the community hub is an outpost for creativity in its many forms. It regularly hosts local authors and poets whose very works are stocked within the bookstore, leading conversations and readings…

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Unconventional Holiday Decor You Can DIY Today

The holiday season is here! If you’re someone who started decorating in October, you might not really need to put any finishing touches on your decor. But if you’re just getting going now, these DIY ideas will elevate your holiday decorations in a fun and modern way. DIY Snow Globes [The Sweetest Occasion] Did you…

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