Around The Clock Christmas Music!
There was no Morning Edition due to the holiday.
What is your favorite holiday flick?
The holidays are a good time for wine enthusiasts. You can never get enough corkscrews, there’s that book you’ve always wanted, and you can only hope someone will buy you an expensive bottle of wine you wouldn’t buy yourself.
With the holidays moving into full swing, Baltimore’s mixologists are celebrating with cocktails. They use flavors of the season, including sweet apple ciders and nutmeg. Classics like eggnog and brandy crusta are updated with contemporary twists to surprise and delight customers. Head out to the bars or make these at home for the perfect flavors of the holidays this year.
Holiday travel is up this year in Maryland. In fact, AAA predicts almost 2 million Marylanders will take to the skies and road to see loved ones this holiday.
Howard County police are looking for a man caught on video stealing packages that had just been delivered to a Columbia home.
Don Scott & Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Sandra Lee. Gigi Barnett had “People Are Talking” about the B&O Railroad holiday train garden.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is bringing back its mega Christmas show. The BSO is teaming up with a Broadway star to ring in the holiday celebrations this year.
There was a little Orioles magic Tuesday for some special Baltimore City school students.
Rep. Steny Hoyer is getting into the holiday spirit.
Whether he or she has a sweet tooth or a hankering for Baltimore’s best crab cakes, edible gifts are a great way to satiate any recipient’s appetite during the holidays. Many of the city’s small retailers add personal touches to gifts you just can’t get at big chains. Some even offer gift packaging or wrapping. Best of all, you’ll serve up products that are often unique to Baltimore and reflect the city’s charm and your gift-giving skills this holiday season.