The popular restaurant chain Hooters is accused of racial discrimination by a former employee in Baltimore. And it all centers around her hair.
More than three decades ago, Harborplace transformed Baltimore’s waterfront. Now a local group is working to modernize the area with new parks and attractions.
The Inner Harbor is kicking off the holidays. It’s a Waterfront Life is now underway. It’s an effort to promote downtown Baltimore and holiday shopping with various street performers, family friendly events—and, of course, Santa!
Baltimore’s crown jewel is sold to a New York investment company. Harborplace, the Inner Harbor’s busy retail center, is a big draw for visitors to Baltimore, and it’s new owner could help make it an even more popular destination.
Here’s a look at what’s going on around town for the week of Aug. 27, 2012.
Baltimore City police say they’ve caught a Peeping Tom who was frightening women at Harborplace.
From the best versions of major chain stores to creative specialty shops to high-end designer shops, Baltimore is no stranger to hot shopping destinations. Check out any of these top locales to make the most of your buying experience.
A Baltimore destination gets its first makeover in three decades. New shops, restaurants and attractions are headed to Harborplace.
After 31 years, the construction project that transformed downtown Baltimore is being renovated.
Phillips Seafood plans to detail its Inner Harbor plans at a meeting with city officials next week.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. is opening its first Maryland location in Harborplace and the Gallery.
A landmark leaving. Harborplace, the center of Baltimore’s biggest tourist attraction, is losing a major tenant. After three decades, Phillips Aeafood is moving out.