Keri Ann Beazell
Dress up the whole family and prepare for a night, or afternoon, on the town this New Year’s Eve. The Baltimore area hosts several safe, alcohol-free alternatives for parents and kids who want to have fun while celebrating the countdown to 2013. These are the best family friendly parties for you and yours this New Year’s Eve.
The stockings are hung from the chimney with care in hopes that a Ravens victory is in the air.
Baltimore is home to some of the most talented artists in the country, making every holiday a great excuse to shop local. If you’re seeking original, inimitable and priceless gifts that will touch any heart, add these Baltimore artists to the top of your shopping list. These are the city’s best artists to buy from this holiday season.
The ultimate Ravens fan bleeds purple from head to toe – use this top 10 list to perfect your purple and black tailgating ensemble.
Today’s pets are truly part of the family, so it’s no surprise they receive treats for the holidays too. Whether it’s a 150-pound mastiff or the kids’ new kitten, taking care of the pets on the holidays is just as much fun as buying grandma a new bathrobe. Before hitting the stores, check out these great holiday gift ideas for dogs, cats or any special pet in Baltimore.
To enter the ranks of the Ravens tailgating elites, fans must be willing to endure the often brutal weather conditions that come with winter in Baltimore.
With the highly anticipated rematch against longtime rivals the Steelers this weekend, Baltimore is guaranteed to be packed. For Ravens fans considering local transportation instead of fighting the traffic, check out the list for the quickest and easiest options to get to M&T Bank Stadium.
No matter how many times you’ve been tailgating in Baltimore, fans should always be prepared for the unexpected.
For the gift that shows how much you care, go homemade this Christmas at one of these local Baltimore shops. From Build-A-Bear to pottery, knitting and more, children and adults are guaranteed a great time while making the perfect gift this holiday season.
Without all the sparkling lights, fresh pine trees, traditional ornaments and other winter-themed decorations, it wouldn’t quite feel like Christmas. So let the spirit move you to deck the halls inside and out this season and visit these shops in Baltimore for the best selection of holiday decorations. If you’re seeking inspiration, check out the eye-catching arrangements and spectacular light displays on 34th Street in Hampden.
With two of the most highly anticipated games of the season approaching against long-time rivals Pittsburgh Steelers, there’s no denying that history is in the making. Now is a great time for Baltimore fans to look back at the foundations that make up this epic team.
Santa’s very own theme park, the Festival of Trees presented by the Kennedy Krieger Institute, features more than 600 trees, festive wreaths and homey gingerbread towns, all decorated by local designers. Visitors may celebrate the upcoming holiday with a happy heart, knowing all proceeds and donations from the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees will benefit the Kennedy Krieger Institute.