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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

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  • Hogan, Busch work to put feud behind them

    When Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael E. Busch finished the 2015 General Assembly session at odds, it came as no surprise to many expecting a clash between the state's new Republican governor and one of its most powerful Democrats.
  • Hogan targets the arts

    Hogan targets the arts
    Since 1979, the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts has been a uniquely valuable community resource — as an arts education center for all ages, as a performing arts space for many genres, and as a home for the resident artists and arts companies...

    Guest column: Hogan, Schuh have started shortchanging state, county

     Guest column: Hogan, Schuh have started shortchanging state, county
    Maryland's Gov. Larry Hogan, when running for office, claimed to be a supporter of the arts. Just as his buddy, County Executive Steve Schuh, claimed he would not cut the funding for libraries in Anne Arundel County. Talk is cheap, but actions matter...

    Letters: Rec center; Maryland Hall; All lives matter

    Rec center We understand that there are a few finalists for purchasing the former recreation center on St. Mary's Street, including St Mary's Catholic School (The Capital, Wednesday, May 13). While selling this property to St Mary's school is a noble...

    Hogan needs to learn Christie's lesson

    Hogan needs to learn Christie's lesson
    Striking at a recalcitrant politician by harming his constituency was not original to the governor of New Jersey, but Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan might find it instructive to look at the harm that this tactic did to the reputation of Gov. Chris Christie ("...