Thousands of people celebrate Thanksgiving with a meal — all thanks to an annual holiday tradition.
Many neighborhoods in Baltimore are “going green.” Get involved and you could make a big difference even if you don’t live in one of these areas. Here are just a few that have taken steps to reduce their carbon footprints.
Saturday runners and walkers hit Patterson Park along with their four-legged friends.
Many museums and attractions are offering free (or really cheap) organized activities this fall. What would peak your family’s interest?
Jumping, swinging, sliding, running – there’s limitless fun to be had at these playgrounds in Baltimore.
Experience the arts, music and culture that thrive when the sun sets and the stars come out in Baltimore.
So much to do, so little time! The summer is approaching very fast in Baltimore. With this being said, here are some of the best musical festivals to visit!
Hundreds of hungry families are fed as Bea Gaddy’s Thanksgiving tradition continues.
Being cooped up all winter long is no fun at all. The best way to fight cabin fever is to get off the couch and brave the cold to visit some of these area ice skating rinks. Whether you can dance on ice or end up wobbling even when clutching the wall, ice skating is a great way to spend time with friends and family.
If you’re tired of the same old trick-or-treating routine every year, or you just don’t want the kids running from door to door in unpredictable fall weather, venture away from the norm. From corn mazes to hayrides, concerts and parades, these equally fun-filled Halloween activities in Baltimore are sure to create memories the family will never forget.
The decision over whether or not to pave part of Patterson Park is stirring up controversy.
Ron Matz was in Patterson Park talking about the weekend’s violent storms. Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Bill Cower and Elizabeth Hale.