From Baltimore County to downtown, the holidays have arrived. For the first time, Christmas trees are lit, ice skates are gliding and Santa Clause is open for business.
So much for the Christmas spirit. Santa’s helper is shot while handing out presents in Washington, D.C. WARNING: For any children viewing this story, this is not the real Santa. And parents, this story is a little disturbing.
The Orioles hit a home run for a group of Baltimore school children this holiday season.
Supporting the men and women of the sea is the mission of the Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center.
One Baltimore entrepreneur isn’t spreading Christmas cheer with tiny reindeer, but bicycles and pulled pork.
This farm near the Pennsylvania line was known for its real reindeer. Now, visit Santa and ride a train, while picking out your Christmas tree.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But that’s not stopping the kiddos from begging you to drive all over town, wait in line for at least 45 minutes, and pay a ridiculous amount of money to capture the moment on camera, just so they can climb into Santa’s lap for a few minutes and whisper in the big guy’s ear about what they want him to bring them for Christmas is it?! You know you’re going to do it. It’s just a matter of when and where. This list should help with that.
Mike Schuh was at Harborplace talking about Santa coming to town. In Coffee With, Don talked to Jeremy Shockey about the Ravens playing the New Orleans Saints Sunday. Shockey is also competing in the 2011 Drambuie Pursuit, a legendary, outdoor adventure race across the wild terrain of the Scottish highlands.
Children at the Kennedy Krieger Institute got an early Christmas Wednesday.
Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from Santa Claus Anonymous. Marty Bass and Don Scott talked to Olympic Gold Medalist Shawn Johnson.
The Miracle on 34th Street in Hampden has been creating Christmas memories year after year in Baltimore since 1947.