Parties, costumes, decorations, candy and more. They’re all part of Baltimore’s Halloween celebration.
Witch’s and ghouls and spiders – oh my! It’s time for Halloween! Here are five DIY decoration projects for your outdoor space.
Weatherproofing your home or updating your decor can be a fun and easy do-it-yourself project before fall sets in. Here are a few options to inspire you to get creative.
Check out these tips for a fun and memorable Halloween party.
When there’s snow on the ground and presents under the tree, there’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than to see a dazzling display of angels, wreathes, elves and candy canes in one of the area’s light shows. Some shows are in town, others in the suburbs and others are at the beach. We’ve listed some of the most notable ones, along with tips on where to grab a drink or dinner nearby.
First dog Bo is upstaging the Christmas decorations at the White House this holiday season.
Haul out the holly and the tree, too! If you are looking for your perfect Christmas tree and snow-tacular decorations, we have put together a list of places in the Baltimore area where you can find it all. We found places to cut down your own tree, buy an artificial one, decorate it or just experience the Christmas season with some hot chocolate. Check out our finds.
Decorations and furniture from the White House are going on view at the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, including some objects never before seen outside the president’s house.
The Vogel family had some lovely holiday decorations on their lawn. Some were even lighted up.
Trouble is, those weren’t their decorations.
Many people have just spent the past several weeks hauling boxes out of the basement and putting the decorations up.
Anyone who has ever wondered what kind of people leave their Christmas lights up all year, meet the Morgans, the kind of neighbors you’ll either love or hate.