Saturday is the Fourth of July, and Baltimore will be celebrating in a big way.
Marty Bass has “Coffee With” singer Maysa. Ron Matz has “People Are Talking” about the Washington Monument bicentennial.
With the nation’s eyes on Baltimore, Charm City is shining on the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
The national eye is on Baltimore this week, there’s no doubt about it. Tall ships, air shows and lots of tourists have flooded the harbor.
The Star-Spangled Spectacular branched out Friday in Baltimore.
Taking a closer look at the story behind the Star-Spangled Spectacular.
Baltimore is preparing for a big celebration. It’s all to commemorate the 200th anniversary of our national anthem with the Star Spangled Spectactular.
There are just a few days to go until Baltimore celebrates the Star-Spangled Spectacular. It’s a week-long celebration of Maryland’s contributions to the War of 1812 and the 200th birthday of our national anthem.
When it comes to the War of 1812, Fort McHenry gets most of the attention in Baltimore. But efforts are underway to unearth another fortification that’s not so well known.
Keeping themselves “in stitches,” a group of area women has dedicated themselves to transforming simple pieces of fabric into works of art.
Right now, ships from all over the world are on the way to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. It’s all part of the Star-Spangled Sailabration, a major event marking the bicentennial of the War of 1812. The excitement is building.
By this time Wednesday, tall ships and naval vessels will be filling Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. It’s the centerpiece of the state’s Star-Spangled Sailabration of the bicentennial of the War of 1812.