What To Do In Baltimore: May 19-20It's Preakness weekend in Maryland and there's also this little thing called The Royal Wedding happening across the pond.
What To Do In Baltimore: May 11-13It's Mother's Day weekend and whether you're spending time with mom or spending time with friends and family, there's a lot to do.
The Zero-Gravity Dance Party Where Everyone Floats In The AirElectronic dance music is thumping out of the subwoofers. Superstar DJ Steve Aoki is on the decks. Colored lights are flashing.
Britney Spears Kicking Off 'Piece of Me' Tour At MGM National HarborBritney Spears is taking her award-winning Las Vegas show on the road, and her first stop is the MGM National Harbor.
Best Oldies Music Bars In BaltimoreIf you're looking for a fun place in Baltimore that provides amazing music from the good ol' days then look no further. Charm CIty provides some of the best bars for oldies music.
Best Places To See Cover Bands In BaltimoreLooking for a good cover band to check out and possibly hire for your next event?
Best Improv Comedy Nights In The Baltimore AreaThere's nothing like attending a show at a good old fashioned comedy club.
Best Late-Night Hangout Spots In BaltimoreBaltimore provides the best late-night hangout spots to keep the fun going past the 12 am. There are a lot of fun places still open to satisfy your appetite or just one more hour of hanging out!
Top Baltimore Spots For Late-Night BowlingIn the Baltimore area, there are several late night bowling venues which provide an atmosphere for socialization as well as romance.
Best Bars For Ladies Night Out In BaltimoreSinger Cyndi Lauper once sang that, 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun' and she was right on point. When the girls come out to have fun, they usually want a safe environment where they can enjoy each other's company and indulge themselves. In the Baltimore area, there are many places which suit those purposes. Here is a listing of a few bars with the right atmosphere for a ladies' night on the town.
Best 4th Of July Concerts In BaltimoreDid you know? From 1776 until current day, July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American independence, with traditional commemorate celebrations arraying from fireworks, parades and concerts to more casual family happenings and barbecues.