If you’re looking to get out and enjoy some early St. Patrick’s Day fun, you don’t have to go too far.
Thousands of spectators are expected to crowd streets and sidewalks for the 58th annual Baltimore St. Patrick Parade.
This March is Irish-American Heritage Month and with the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, there’s no better time to teach kids about the history and culture of Ireland. From the annual parade to arts and crafts at the library to a day of history visiting Irish immigrant landmarks, there’s no shortage of activities in Baltimore that will help kids learn more about the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day.
A plan to bring more trees to one Baltimore City neighborhood is taking root.
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With the new film, Skyfall, we thought we’d propose some new motor cars for Commander Bond.
Audiences are spellbound by the musical “Wicked” now playing at the Hippodrome in Baltimore.
Ray Rice has had success against Bengals defense, and Cincinnati knows their best chance of winning depends on containing him. Their offense has a lot to prove, and in turns offers a great opportunity for the Raven’s defense to open the season strong.
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If you’ve seen the Inner Harbor lately, you may have done a double take. That’s because the water has changed color.
Ten communities in Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania have been selected to receive Green Streets grants to protect the environment as well as create green jobs.
Maryland’s green initiative takes another step forward. A new law signed by the governor this week requires hotels to install energy-saving equipment that automatically turns out the lights.