A huge celebration of cultural tradition at the annual Italian Festival in Little Italy this weekend!
Baltimore has become a microcosm of the world with its very diverse populations. Known for its communities which span the gamut of cultures, Charm City has become the place to visit as well as live. Because of the diverse cultures living in the area, there is a desire and/or need to learn the languages native to the various residents. Here is a sampling of language classes available for people interested in becoming bi-lingual or just studying another tongue.
It’s a Highlandtown market known for its fine Italian food and friendship, and now it’s celebrating 100 years in business.
St. Leo’s Church is the heartbeat of Little Italy. It’s home to Sunday’s Ravioli and spaghetti dinner.
The first Fiat cars have arrived at the Port of Baltimore under an exclusive deal with the Italian automaker.
Charm City offers residents and visitors a plethora of venues with pizzas that are both delectable and innovative. This list has compiled the five absolute best places in Baltimore to get a stone-fired or brick-oven pizza.
Meet Automezzi Colorado, a group of enthusiasts obsessed with the sexy, sleek design of fast Italian cars.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli was a guest speaker Wednesday afternoon at Hood College. He talked about his experiences as a crew member of the International Space Station.
No matter how heavy your wallet, quality restaurants perfect for Easter dinner exist in and around Baltimore. Plenty of choices exist nearby that make dining out for the holiday much more enjoyable.