Robert E. Lee Park
As South Carolina removes the Confederate flag from its State House, a local movement is underway to take down Confederate landmarks. Monday night, the City Council took the first steps to rename Robert E. Lee Park—but it’s not something everyone is on board with.
As South Carolina grapples with its Confederate flag debate, lawmakers in other states—including Maryland—are calling for changes to eliminate Confederate flags and symbols here.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz says he wants to change the name of Robert E. Lee Park.
Each April, the nation begins to focus upon Earth Day and how to make the planet greener by reducing waste and consumption. Baltimore is no exception. There are plenty of activities occurring which will help to make us more environmentally conscious as well as appreciative of the planet as we reduce, reuse and recycle.
Dogs and their people need to get exercise. Baltimore has a variety of places that are dog friendly and offer nice scenery for walking dogs.
From crafts to egg hunts and Easter Bunny visits, eggs-traordinary activities are just a hop away this spring.
Baltimore is a big place and it offers a wide variety of parks. You have limited time to enjoy your summer freedom, and a disappointing park can be a real let-down. That’s why we have weeded through the choices and offer these five suggestions.
Show the children in your life how much you care by taking them to one of the these best Valentine’s Day-themed events in the area.