The African-American Festival comes back to M&T Bank Stadium.
Wedding bells will be ringing in Baltimore during the Baltimore Pride Festival.
An annual celebration comes back to Baltimore, honoring the working women of the city.
A spring tradition is getting underway downtown. Hundreds are heading into historic Mount Vernon to enjoy this year’s annual FlowerMart.
The NFL Draft is underway and Ravens fans are eager to watch who will be a part of the championship team. M&T Bank Stadium opened its gates to welcome the fans to celebrate the up-and-coming season.
The Washington Jewish Music Festival is opening with a mix of bluegrass, jazz, gospel, punk and show tunes on the schedule.
It started off a decade ago with just a few people. Now it’s one of Baltimore’s hottest springtime events.
Follow the link for more information on this weekend’s 30th annual National Association of Black Storytellers event.
Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival originating in Germany that runs from late September to the first weekend is October … typically. Charm City prefers to take its time when it comes to celebrations involving a top-notch brew, and chooses to feature its largest Oktoberfest celebration Oct. 13. Other fine Baltimore establishments feature festive German beers throughout the month and participate in Baltimore Beer Week, in which patrons may sample authentic brews from all over the globe, win prizes and fill up on some schnitzel.
It’s one of the biggest community events of the year in Baltimore, and it happens this weekend in Little Italy.
Despite the rainy day, a pretty good-sized crowd showed up to Artscape. The annual festival is truly Baltimore with something for just about everyone.
Several authors claim in a federal lawsuit that Maryland-based book publisher PublishAmerica deceived them with false marketing claims that included offering to show summaries of their works to “Harry Potter” creator J.K. Rowling.