Baltimore has always been a soccer town and fans here are excited over the women’s World Cup team as they make their way to the finals.
It’s the day of wearing green, drinking and wishing luck. St. Patrick’s Day is in full swing with fun and entertainment.
It’s the biggest sporting event in the world and it starts in just eight days. Baltimore area soccer fans are counting down to the start of World Cup excitement.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and people in Baltimore are already grabbing green beers to celebrate. And, did you know that it’s National Noodle Month?
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and more than a few people will be out celebrating with a cold drink in a local pub. And, Aileen Gabbey with the Maryland SPCA talks about exercise gear for your dog.
They’re calling part of Baltimore “Mardi Gras North.” There was an early start to Fat Tuesday in Fells Point.
Are you looking for the best Irish pubs in Baltimore? Try James Joyce, Ryan’s Daughter, Slainte, Mick O’Shea’s or Patrick’s of Pratt Street.