War of 1812
Another high point for the Star-Spangled Sailabration. Thousands have flocked downtown for the spectacular displays on water and in the skies over Charm City and now there’s a special ceremony as the festivities come to a close.
Sailabration is still in full swing at the Inner Harbor as thousands of people showed up to check out the big ships.
It wasn’t just a celebration of the bicentennial on Thursday. It was also Flag Day, and that holds a special meaning for many.
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery is opening a major exhibit on the War of 1812 with objects from Canada, Great Britain and the United States.
Tall ships and naval vessels from around the world are making their way up the Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore.
The Maryland Transportation Authority is warning motorists to anticipate delays in Baltimore this week as an international maritime festival gets underway.
Right now, ships from all over the world are on the way to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. It’s all part of the Star-Spangled Sailabration, a major event marking the bicentennial of the War of 1812. The excitement is building.
By this time Wednesday, tall ships and naval vessels will be filling Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. It’s the centerpiece of the state’s Star-Spangled Sailabration of the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
We’re just a couple of days away from the start of one of the biggest events in Baltimore history. Sailabration will mark the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
Sometimes, historical places are all wet. But an important one in Baltimore’s harbor was marked anyway as the state kicks off the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
More than 40 tall ships and naval vessels from 12 countries will fill Baltimore’s waters starting June 13.
Danger at the Inner Harbor. Another lawmaker calls for more police to patrol the hottest tourist spot in the city.