New Year’s Eve
Marty and Jessica had “Coffee With” Erica Linz. They talked about “Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away.” Christie Ileto had “People Are Talking” about New Year’s Eve festivities at the Inner Harbor.
As we break into 2013, one band will ring revelers into the New Year.
New Year’s Eve will be historic for many in our area as Baltimore City Hall plans to wed same-sex couples for the first time ever.
The stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve will bring fireworks in the sky over Baltimore. Wednesday, the city announced plans for its New Year’s Eve Spectacular and this year, there’s a new sponsor backing the festivities.
Here in Baltimore and all across the world, people are gathering to ring in the new year.
The fireworks that sound off the beginning of 2012 are the biggest show organizers have ever put together in Baltimore.
New Year’s Eve revelers can use Metro to get to and from their parties, but only until 3 a.m.
New Year’s Eve night looks good with clearing through the evening such that it’s partly cloudy at worst as the clock strikes midnight.
As as say goodbye to one year and usher in a new one, many make plans and promises. Experts say New Year’s resolutions can be accomplished if you have realistic goals.
We’re getting ready to ring in the New Year, and the city of Baltimore has big plans for a celebration that takes a lot of work to put together.
A Maryland town is marking New Year’s Eve not with a ball drop but a muskrat drop.
Metro will be running extra afternoon trains to help commuters leaving work early in advance of the long holiday weekend.