From the bizarre to the traditional, you can find all kinds of wonderful ways to celebrate the holidays in Baltimore.
Here’s a gallery of photos from the Miracle on 34th Street in Hampden.
Don and Marty have “Coffee With” Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson “The Immortal” World Tour. Mike Schuh had “People Are Talking” about the 39th Annual Mayor’s Christmas Parade.
With the big shopping weekend behind us, Baltimore is pulling out its holiday lights. Now Charm City’s getting national recognition for some of the best displays anywhere.
Rocket to Venus has a nostalgic, early space age feel to it, the windows are round and resemble portholes. The floor is early 20th century tile. There was a nice mingling area of space just beyond my booth and I watched young, old; tattooed and dress shirted patrons gather. Conversations hummed and for a weeknight, the place was hopping.
The word “hon” no longer belongs to Denise Whiting. She did away with the trademark to save her business.
“It’s an ’01. It only has 85,000 miles on it. It’s a good car.” – Garrett and his Honda Civic
“It’s an ’01. It only has 85,000 miles on it. It’s a good car.” – Emily and her Chevy Cavalier
Thank goodness for Fridays. Without Fridays, people wouldn’t be able to kick back, relax and break away from work. Without Fridays, there wouldn’t be “You can’t beat this” happy hour, and Baltimoreans wouldn’t have a chance to explore the retail corridors of exclusive discounts, stylish fashion finds and good times at First Fridays In Hampden.
Are you looking for the best shopping neighborhoods in Baltimore? Try Federal Hill, Fells Point, Hampden, Harbor East or Mt. Vernon.
“Hey Hon” is a Baltimore term of endearment, and now the subject of a protest.
Are you looking for some great last-minute Christmas gift ideas? Try Big Lots, Yankee Candle, Hallmark, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Canton, Hampden, Fells Point, 2910 On the Square, Hometown Girl & Co. or Crate & Barrel.