Developer Looks To Round Out Lexington Market With Short-Term VendorsBaltimore's iconic Lexington Market is looking for short-term vendors to fill its kiosk and pop-up spaces when its renovation is completed this fall.
Mayor Scott, Organizers Hope Preakness LIVE Will Bridge Gap Between Triple Crown Race And Surrounding Community"It was held in Northwest Baltimore, but it wasn’t held with Northwest Baltimore," Mayor Brandon Scott said.
Made In Baltimore Launches Online Store Selling Locally Made Home Goods, Jewelry And MoreThe store features hundreds of bath and beauty products, apparel, accessories, cards, food and drinks, and other products, and allows shoppers to search for items made by Black, Indigenous, and people of color artists or by businesses that are women-owned or LGBTQ-owned.
Maryland Zoo Announces Movie Nights, Parties Tied To Dinosaur ExhibitA screening of "Jurassic Park," a twilight tour, a new sour from Union Craft Brewing, and a sleepover in the woods. These are just some of the ways to enjoy the new animatronic "DINOSAURS" exhibit at the Maryland Zoo
Gorillaz Coming To Merriweather Post Pavilion In OctoberGorillaz, the virtual band co-founded and helmed by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, is set to come to Merriweather Post Pavilion this October in the group's first tour since 2018.
Baltimore Farmers' Market Unveils Special 'B-Side' Event ScheduleThe Baltimore Farmers' Market is one of the most iconic activities the city has to offer, and starting next month, it's about to get even better.
Old Bay And Campbell's Collaborate On Seasoned Clam ChowderOld Bay seasoning will be add a bit of Chesapeake Bay flavor to the chunks of clam, potatoes, celery, milk and other spices in Campbell's Chunky Soup's Clam Chowder.
American Craft Made Marketplace Returning As In-Person Event Next Week At Baltimore Convention CenterThe American Craft Made Marketplace, featuring 300 local artists selling ceramics, jewelry, paintings, crafts and other handmake items, is returning as an in-person event next week at the Baltimore Convention Center.
National Aquarium To Offer Tours Of Rescue Center In JonestownWhile touring the 60,000-square-foot facility in the Jonestown neighborhood, guests will get to see Kai, a green sea turtle being fitted for a prosthetic shell, pig-nosed turtle Funzo, and map pufferfish Duncan, and learn how the staff cares for them and build the exhibits in the aquarium.
Where's Marty? Touring The Otterbein Cookies Factory, And Somehow Not Eating OneBen Otterbein is very current and growing the business like the founder may never have imagined, but he is determined that this Baltimore institution will NEVER lose its local roots.
Making An Imprint: Loyola University Maryland Home To Apprentice House Press, Nation's First Student-Run Book PublisherFor the past 15 years, Loyola University Maryland has been home to the Apprentice House Press, the nation’s first student-run publishing company.
Jazz In The Sculpture Garden At The Baltimore Museum Of Art ReturnsThe Baltimore Museum of Art's Jazz in the Sculpture Garden series is returning this summer.
National Aquarium Reaches Milestone For Rehabbing Animals, Releasing Them Into The WildEleven sea turtles that received treatment for cold-stunning were released into the wild last week, setting a new milestone for the National Aquarium's Animal Care and Rescue Center.
Where's Marty? Visiting Toby's Dinner Theatre In ColumbiaI have mentioned this before, but I’ll say it again. When Denise Koch says, “I have an idea,” you listen. That’s how we ended up at Toby’s Dinner Theatre in Howard County on Tuesday.
Cafe Hon To Close After 30 Years, But HONfest Will Continue On, Owner SaysCafe Hon, the Hampden mainstay known for its comfort food, embrace of the city's mid-century blue-collar women, and the iconic pink flamingo on the building's façade, is closing after three decades in business, owner Denise Whiting announced.