It’s food, fun and football, and it’s a chance to help others. It happens in downtown Baltimore Friday night.
Here are four suggestions on where to spend four days experiencing Baltimore.
The NFL football season is officially underway, and it kicked off with a spectacular show in downtown Baltimore.
The Coast Guard is setting up a temporary security zone in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor during the NFL kickoff event.
Fans are counting down the hours until the Ravens take the field to open the season. The team has arrived in Denver, and the celebration in Baltimore is well underway.
The excitement is brewing, and Baltimore is getting Ravens ready for the team’s season opener, fresh off their Super Bowl win.
There are charges that Baltimore City has broken its promise to clean up the harbor. The city pledged $1 billion to stop sewage leaks from pouring into the water.
An SUV is found on the bottom of the harbor in Canton. Witnesses say they saw a man drive the car right into the water, jumping out with seconds to spare.
The goal of making the Inner Harbor swimmable and fishable in seven years is a daunting task for one non-profit group, especially in the wake of this week’s heavy pollution that killed hundreds of fish in the harbor.
What’s in the water? People–shocked to see parts of the Inner Harbor turned a milky white color–as hundreds of dead fish float to the surface.
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.
Baltimoreans can get from one side of the city to the other side for free. It’s all part of a shuttle program from the Inner Harbor to the Maryland Zoo.