The U.S. Mint is unveiling the designs of two coins commemorating the 200th anniversary of the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
This week marks the anniversary of the writing of the “Star-Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key.
For People Are Talking, Mike Schuh was at Fort McHenry talking about the Star-Spangled Banner weekend.
The National Park Service is holding a series of open houses to ask residents where to place piers, boat ramps, swimming areas and other means of accessing the bay and its tributaries.
They were born in 16 different counties but now they’re all Americans. Dozens took their oath as U.S. citizens Tuesday night at Fort McHenry.
Tuesday is Flag Day. If you plan to celebrate, there’s no better place than Fort McHenry.
A surprise visit amidst speculation that she’ll make a run for president. Sarah Palin’s bus tour rolled into Baltimore Monday.
Are you looking for the best monuments in Maryland? Try the Edgar Allan Poe House, The Flag House, Fort McHenry, Maryvale Castle and the Washington Monument.
Marty and Don talked to Bethenny Frankel and Michael Moloney about helping Americans get organized. Ron Matz was at Ft. McHenry talking about the dedication for the new visitor center at the Fort McHenry.
A new visitors center is set to open at Fort McHenry, just in time for the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
You don’t have to be a Civil War buff to know that Baltimore played a major role in the conflict. In fact, the war’s first casualties occurred on Pratt Street as a milestone anniversary of the war approaches.
Turn your Baltimore trip into a blast by visiting the following sites: Fort McHenry, the American Visionary Art Museum, The Rusty Scupper, the Historic Ships, the Baltimore World Trade Center, the National Aquarium, Maryland’s Science Center, Mount Vernon, The Walters Art Museum, The Baltimore Basilica, the Westminster Hall Burying Ground and Catacombs.