We don’t always get what we want for the holidays. But what if we could? Tell us what gift you’d most want to receive.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Baltimore, as neighborhoods kick off their Christmas celebrations.
Food Network Chef Keegan Gerhard shares his mother’s fruitcake recipe and proves that fruitcake can still be a delicious and special holiday treat.
The chilly weather was perfect for a Baltimore Christmas tradition. Hundreds rang in the season with Santa Claus in Hampden.
The box stores may have been the most popular destination for many Friday, but –the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees at the Fairgrounds had to be a close second.
Santa’s Elves are out in Baltimore County, and it’s all about helping others during the holidays.
It’s one of the most popular attractions during Baltimore’s holiday season. The 23rd annual Festival of Trees gets underway Friday in Timonium.
Baltimore is asking for the donation of a large evergreen tree for this year’s holiday display at City Hall. The city is asking for a spruce or fir tree 25 to 35 feet tall with symmetrical branches and no large holes or gaps.
With most of the remaining leaves on the trees blown away during Superstorm Sandy, and the pumpkins all carved, farms are preparing for another holiday: Christmas.
The Inner Harbor is kicking off the holidays. It’s a Waterfront Life is now underway. It’s an effort to promote downtown Baltimore and holiday shopping with various street performers, family friendly events—and, of course, Santa!
One of the most anticipated events that kicks off the holiday season is right around the corner. The Festival of Trees starts the day after Thanksgiving.
If you plan on hosting overnight guests, you are going to need to prep your home for their arrival.