This was a year of saying goodbye to a few of Baltimore’s restaurants, and welcoming dozens of new venues. From a white linen-style restaurant spin-0ff to cocktails along Hampden’s 36th Street, Baltimore’s foodies are delighted with this year’s crop of eateries. These, the area’s best new restaurants, opened to rave reviews in 2012.
It’s a Baltimore holiday tradition. On Sunday, thousands of people will line the streets for the annual Mayor’s Christmas parade.
The chilly weather was perfect for a Baltimore Christmas tradition. Hundreds rang in the season with Santa Claus in Hampden.
Fine taste shouldn’t have to come with high prices. When it comes to art, it’s all about perspective, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Look locally for unique yet affordable art for the home, office or even as a gift at the best places in Baltimore to buy art on the cheap.
Still waiting for the reunion of Whose Line is it Anyway? We are too, but in the mean time laugh until you cry, or worse at Baltimondo!
The massive storm dealt a big blow to hundreds of Baltimore area businesses. However, for others whose power stayed on, it was money in the bank.
A suspect is shot as agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Baltimore Police arrest what they call a “gang of armed robbers.”
As the lazy waters of the Jones Falls drift nearby, the hum of activity at Chestnut Avenue and Falls Road has created a clash of cultures as part of the ongoing $43 million, mixed-use redevelopment of a historic former mill site in Hampden.
The wait is over. Giant’s new Hampden location is now open for business.
A Baltimore “Hon-troversy” heats up in Hampden. The embattled Cafe Hon restaurant gets national attention as a kitchen nightmare.
Authorities say a man died after suffering second- and third-degree burns to nearly his entire body in a fire in Baltimore.
From the bizarre to the traditional, you can find all kinds of wonderful ways to celebrate the holidays in Baltimore.