What To Do In Baltimore: May 19-20It's Preakness weekend in Maryland and there's also this little thing called The Royal Wedding happening across the pond.
Best Spring Festivals Near BaltimoreOne of the best things about springtime is partaking in the amazing arts and cultural festivals throughout the year. With so many to choose from, how is one supposed to decide which to attend? To ease this tension, listed below are five of Maryland's best.
Dishin’ With Downtown DianeHere’s a look at what’s going around town for the month of June.
Festival Fatigue? Annapolis Considers LimitsAfter receiving complaints from downtown residents and businesses, the Annapolis City Council is considering a limit on the number of festivals allowed.
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Best Fall Festivals In BaltimoreIf you thought summer was a blast, prepare to be blown away by all the fun coming to Baltimore this fall season. Concerts, book signings, jousting and art markets await you at these awesome area festivals. Don't miss out on the city's best celebrations of all things autumn.
It's OysterFest Time In St. MichaelsOysters on the half shell, fried or served in a stew. They will all be offered Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum's OysterFest. Located in St. Michaels, the Museum's OysterFest is off MD Rt. 33.
Connecting Readers And Authors: 16th Annual Baltimore Book FestivalBaltimore celebrates its16th book festival this weekend in the four parks that surround the Washington Monument. On Friday, Sept. 23, at noon, the free festival kicks off at Monument and Charles Streets and runs until Sunday at 7 p.m. More than 100 nationally renowned, celebrity and local authors will be featured according to the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, which produces the festival.
Weekend Music Guide To ArtscapeIt’s the East Coast’s largest and loudest free arts fest. Since 1982, Artscape has taken up a sizable chunk of the Station North arts district with top acts like Ray Charles, Blues Traveler and features art from across the country. Taking in the fest can be daunting to both outsider and local a like. This guide will help you enjoy the festival and not get too lost in the three-day sea of creativity.