New Year’s Eve
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.
As crews get the Inner Harbor prepped for Saturday’s New Year’s Eve party, the night’s main entertainment is getting ready to funk up the stage.
A free cab ride will be just a call away early on New Year’s day for those who need to get home safely.
Downtown businesses gear up for New Year’s Eve. The night is more than a celebration; it’s also a major boost for the tourism industry.
Have you seen the light show at the Power Plant? It’s an amazing five minute video and laser adventure.
Don Scott has “Coffee With” Erin Brockovich, author of “Hot Water.” Mike Schuh had “People Are Talking” about the New Year’s Eve festivities at the Inner Harbor.
Interested in starting out your New Year’s Eve with a fine meal, and cozying up until midnight with drinks without having to bar hop in the cold? Here are three spots in Baltimore to spend your whole evening, from early dining to drink specials that last until the New Year begins.
Get ready for another New Year’s Eve Spectacular.
New Year’s Eve is a big fashion deal. So many fun elements need to be thrown into one outfit, while still remaining classy. The holiday is like everybody’s birthday at once. It’s time to start fresh, open new doors and make changes for the best.
The Baltimore Sun says it has made a donation that will allow the annual Inner Harbor fireworks display to go on New Year’s Eve.
Officials with Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts officials say they don’t have the funds to produce the annual Inner Harbor fireworks display due to a lack of donations.