The holiday shopping season is underway. After disappointing sales over black Friday, retailers are hoping shoppers turn out as Christmas gets closer.
The Orioles hit a home run for a group of Baltimore school children this holiday season.
When Irvin “Bunky” Lowrey starts running the train garden in his basement, noise fills the room and the display comes to life. Trains zip by, amusement park rides whirl around and a ski lift zooms up and down a snow-covered mountain. It’s difficult to take in everything after only one viewing.
The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is known across the world as a time to donate your money, time and services to those who need it most. And Baltimore is rolling up its sleeves to pitch in.
It’s the quiet after the storm at stores across the U.S. after crowds of bargain shoppers battled it out for discount deals. Retailers bank on the busiest shopping day of the year.
Thousands of people celebrate Thanksgiving with a meal — all thanks to an annual holiday tradition.
It’s Thanksgiving, and for the many people still preparing to travel, road conditions look much better than Wednesday.
The last time the Baltimore Ravens played on Thanksgiving, coach John Harbaugh gathered the family together for a game against brother Jim and the San Francisco 49ers.
With Thanksgiving falling so late on the calendar, this is the shortest holiday shopping season since 2002—and that has stores opening earlier than ever.
Winter weather strokes. The Baltimore area is seeing its first burst of snowflakes just one day ahead of Thanksgiving. This is after heavy rain soaked the area Tuesday and the first part of Wednesday.
Cruise, dine, and dance in the New Year! Spirit of Baltimore’s New Year’s Eve Fireworks Cruise Celebration will give you front row seats for the dazzling fireworks display over Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Tickets must be used on 12/31/13.
Part of the gift guide prize: a free pair of sterling silver 12mm love knot post earrings.