Want to take a tropical vacation without leaving the house? Try one of these drink recipes from Shane Carley, author of “The Mason Jar Cocktail Companion.”
When that final school bell rings, parents will look to find ways to occupy children’s time. There are several places of interest in the Baltimore area that will deter the summer whining about boredom and having nothing to do. Here is a sampling of exhibits available to
experience. Some are permanent, while others are visiting exhibits.
Have you ever gone star or moon gazing? The scientific term for star and moon gazing is astronomy. Astronomy, one of the oldest sciences, is the study of celestial objects, such as stars, galaxies, moons, asteroids and comets. You can observe the stars and galaxies with the naked eye or by using a telescope. Several Baltimore locations offer stargazers the opportunity to use telescopes to observe the sky.
Each year, Baltimore’s Department of Recreation and Parks opens its many pools so that the public can escape the heat, have a good time and splash around. There are quite a few pools and splash pads, both indoors and outdoors, in the area in which people can frolic and exercise at the same time. Here is a small sampling of the pools available throughout the city where one can escape the heat and humidity through the month of August.
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What is yoga? Yoga is an Indian discipline that focuses on physical, mental, and spiritual practices. Though yoga dates back to the 5th and 6th centuries, modern day yoga was first introduced in the mid-19th century. Many health clubs and community centers offer yoga classes for relaxation and meditation. You may be familiar with yoga poses, including Standing Bow Pulling Pose, Triangle Pose, Tree Pose and Eagle Pose. Yoga enthusiasts new and old can catch a class at one of these following Baltimore-area locations.
Baltimore is a city who loves her music where audiophiles who feel the uptown beat will find the downtown music industry still alive even in the age of digital music. Here are some stores which are keeping the dream alive.
Outdoors or indoors, there is plenty of fun to be had this summer in Baltimore for kids. From playing in water at a splash pad to joining a reading club, Baltimore has a host of free activities for kids this summer.
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Some of the bars and taverns found in Baltimore now have been around for quite a while. The ones which have lasted have done so for their quality as much as their history. Stop in to any of these locations, take in some of the rich olden times spoken of by the walls within – and have a drink while you’re there!
There are many places around the Baltimore area that offer ice cream from the classic flavors to more decadent flavors. Check out one of these places to get some of the best ice cream in Baltimore.