Fourth of July
Due to record setting rain this past month, the annual event at Tydings Park has been called off.
Fourth of July celebrations take over downtown Baltimore, as many come out to celebrate Independence Day.
Thousands of visitors at the Smithsonian have helped build the largest American flag made out of Lego bricks in time for the Fourth of July.
Barry Manilow, country group Alabama and KC and the Sunshine Band will perform for the annual “Capitol Fourth” concert on the National Mall with the National Symphony Orchestra.
From coast to coast, there are fears ISIS sympathizers could take aim on America this holiday weekend.
Enjoy the holiday weekend at home. It’s a big push for Baltimore families to vacation–or–staycation, which keeps your money in your community.
Authorities nationwide boost security ahead of the July 4 holiday. Homeland Security and the FBI are warning of ongoing threats from ISIS and lone wolves.
Saturday is the Fourth of July, and Baltimore will be celebrating in a big way.
If you are planning a Fourth of July trip, you’re not alone. A record number of Marylanders will be traveling over the holiday weekend.
If the nearest July 4th fireworks display isn’t so near, there are other ways to have a safe and sparkly holiday. Read on for some of these creative ways to light up your 4th of July when a fireworks display isn’t an option.
In Baltimore, the best firework shows combine the grandeur of a light show up high and a party on the ground. Join any one of the following events for a good time this summer!
Get a little creative this Fourth of July. Here are five fun party games to entertain all the guests at your upcoming holiday barbecue.