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A suburb of Baltimore, Columbia is a planned community consisting of ten self-contained villages. Creator and developer James W. Rouse saw the new community in terms of human values, not just in terms of economics and engineering. Opened in 1967, Columbia was designed to not only eliminate the inconveniences of then-current subdivision design, but also eliminate racial, religious, and income segregation.

Population: 97200
Local Newspapers: The Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Local Colleges: Johns Hopkins University Coppin State University Towson University

Zip Codes associated with columbia, maryland: 21044 21045 21046
Towns/Cities near columbia, maryland : Ellicott City Linwood Elkridge Hopewell Simpsonville Clarksville

Columbia News
The Origins of Matzah: An Unsolved Mystery

For many, these names and others are synonymous with Passover, as they are some of the world's most popular brand names in supplying the unleavened flatbread. It is possible that the ritual of buying square, machine-made matzah - packaged in plastic wrap and cardboard boxes from the grocery store - is a bit of a disconnect from the Jews' flight from Egypt thousands of years ago.

Ellicott City woman honored as SBA's Md. Small Business Person of the Year

Tamara Michele Beideman, the owner of Ellicott City-based Elizabeth Jane Inc., was named Maryland's Small Business Person of the Year Monday by U.S. Small Business Administration Director Linda McMahon. She was one of 52 honorees chosen from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico for the honor.

One way to get people to church on Sunday:Give away free cars

Janqueshia Gay, 27, of Baltimore sits in the Chevy she won at Destiny Church in Columbia, Md. The goal of the free-car promotion was to drum up attendance after the church relocated.

HCC's Arts Collective Presents Second Annual IMPROVAGANZA

Howard Community College's Arts Collective presents its second annual improv festival, "IMPROVAGANZA!" The three-night event will take place at 8 p.m. on March 29-31, in the Studio Theatre , located within the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center. Arts Collective's What Improv Group?! will host and perform each evening, along with a rotating lineup of outstanding improv troupes from the Baltimore-D.C. metro region, including 80-plus improv artists.

Interfaith Conversation Tackles Race

Beth Shalom Congregation in Columbia and five other religious organizations are participating in multi-session seminars about race called "Faith Forum Conversation Circles," taking place monthly through May 22. A wrap-up community-wide event is set for June 4, hosted by U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings . The interfaith project addresses difficult questions about race, racism and bias through four sessions at six Howard County congregations: Beth Shalom Congregation, Glen Mar United Methodist Church, Maryum Islamic Center, St. John Baptist Church, St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia.

Howard County Arts Council Honors Howie Award Winners

The Howard County Arts Council will honor its 2017 Howie Award winners at the 21st Annual Celebration of the Arts on Saturday, March 24, 2018, at the Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community College, Columbia, MD. The Celebration gala provides an opportunity for members of Howard County's arts, education, government, and business communities to gather to honor individuals and businesses that have made meaningful contributions to the arts in Howard County.

One way to get people to church on Sunday: Give away free cars

Janqueshia Gay, 27, from Baltimore raises her hands while thanking pastor Stephen Chandler, left, and his wife, Zai Chandler, right, after she won a new car at Destiny Church in Columbia, Md. Janqueshia Gay, 27, from Baltimore raises her hands while thanking pastor Stephen Chandler, left, and his wife, Zai Chandler, right, after she won a new car at Destiny Church in Columbia, Md.

Clyde's New Street Food-Friendly Concert Hall Is Called the Soundry

The Soundry is the name of the new concert hall Clyde's Restaurant Group is putting into the former Tomato Palace space in neighboring Columbia, Maryland. The one-time Italian restaurant that the local hospitality group shut down last summer is now projected to re-emerge as a multi-purpose entertainment venue - "We will also be available for private events ," is how a Clyde's spokeswoman described plans to make the most of the showplace being overseen by Hamilton Live personnel - later this spring.

Howard Community College Presents She Kills Monsters March 15-18

The Howard Community College Theatre Program presents Qui Nguyen 's "She Kills Monsters." The show will take place in HCC's Smith Theatre, located within the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center , with performances March 15-18.


Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods is a tribute to the arts and the environment. Its new Chrysalis amphitheater was built in a spacious park located in the center of downtown Columbia, Md.

Bonchon, Halal Guys opening new restaurants in Columbia, Pasadena

Howard County diners will soon have new options for Korean fried chicken and gyros as two chains prepare to open restaurants in Columbia. Bonchon, a Korean fried chicken chain, and the Halal Guys, which got its start as a New York food cart, are opening locations in Columbia.

Purim: A Day of Learning

More than 500 Howard County Jewish religious school students and their families came together for the first time on Sunday, Feb. 25, at a pre-Purim Palooza event designed to bring Hebrew schools and students into a community Sunday school of learning together at Long Reach High School in Columbia. The idea for a joint, pre- carnival learning event came out of the Jewish Federation of Howard County offices, where associate director Meghann Schwartz noticed declining Purim Palooza numbers for religious school-age children and was hearing from attendees that the 1 p.m. Purim carnival was traditional nap time for toddlers and younger.

Spotlight: Howard Community College

"For nearly 50 years, Howard Community College has served as a center for learning and culture in Howard County, Maryland. As a mission-driven institution, the college is committed to providing all students with pathways to success.

An Advisor's Advisor

Michael Kitces, publisher of the popular advisor blog Nerd's Eye View, explains the varied reasons for a disconnect between advisors and investors. One key: 'You still have to do your due diligence on an advisor like you'd do on your investment before you put your money there.'

Don't Miss The Howard County Arts Council's Celebration Of The Arts Gala

It's not too late to reserve your tickets for Howard County's signature event! The Howard County Arts Council presents the Celebration of the Arts in Howard County on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at the Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community College, Columbia, MD. Tickets are $100 and $50 and can be purchased online at , by phone at 410-313-ARTS , or in the Arts Council office at 8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043.

Police Looking For Murder Suspect After Md. Football Player Paralyzed From Shooting Passes Away

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Home of the Week: Eastport home of newlyweds is a blend of comfort and elegance

They have a beautiful home with a view of Spa Creek, They enjoy paddling on creek in their canoes, they know the quickest way to Davis's Pub, and, on a sunny day in June 2017, they were married at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Sheila Stark hails from Great Britain and her two daughters from a previous marriage now live in London, though they were born in Maryland.

Ahmed Evans | Monarch Academy Baltimore

Ahmed Evans has been named head of school for Monarch Academy Baltimore , a public charter school serving students from kindergarten through eighth grade. Evans brings more than 17 years of experience in the field of education.

Senator gets gun-control feedback from Columbia students

County Council members Mary Kay Sigaty and Jon Weinstein with Sen. Ben Cardin and Superintendent Michael Martin speak following a discussion with Wilde Lake High School students about school safety and gun control. County Council members Mary Kay Sigaty and Jon Weinstein with Sen. Ben Cardin and Superintendent Michael Martin speak following a discussion with Wilde Lake High School students about school safety and gun control.

Meet the Republicans running for District 12's House seats

Running as a Republican in Maryland's 12th legislative district, which stretches from southwest Baltimore County to Columbia in Howard County, is an uphill battle. The district hasn't had a Republican state delegate since Don Murphy's final term ended in January of 2003 - Murphy is the only Republican delegate in District 12's history.

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