Baltimore's Washington Monument Shines With New LED Light SystemIf a monument is lit in the city and no one is around to see it does it still shine? 
The Show Must Go On: Months Of Planning Lead To COVID-Safe Virtual Holiday Lighting Of Baltimore's Washington MonumentDuring a year when so many things were closed or canceled due to the pandemic, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was determined the 49th annual lighting of the Washington Monument would go on.
Pop-Up Shop Helps Struggling Baltimore Businesses During Holiday Shopping SeasonIf you’re looking for one place to shop local this holiday season, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is making it easy. 
Baltimore Performing Art Venues Asking For Public's Support To Survive Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs Baltimore's performing arts venues remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those who run the facilities are asking for the public's support to survive.
Downtown Partnership Of Baltimore Brings Back Gift Card Program To Help Businesses Struggling Due To COVID-19The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is re-launching its gift card program to help small businesses during a holiday season reshaped significantly due to COVID-19.
Volunteers Take Part In Downtown Baltimore Cleanup, Remove Trash From 106-Block AreaDozens of volunteers hit the streets of Baltimore Tuesday to deep clean some target spots in the city.
4 Baltimore Restaurants Will Now Have Added Outdoor Dining With The Help Of Downtown Partnership's ParkletFour restaurants along North Charles Street will have added outdoor dining starting Thursday as the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore installed a parklet, which brings a dining area to a curbside parking spot. 
Downtown Partnership Of Baltimore Helping Restaurants Turn Parking Spots Into Dining Spaces Starting July 14The Downtown Partnership will be adding its "parklet" seating to several popular downtown restaurants to allow for more outdoor eating beginning on July 14.
With Offices Closed Due To Coronavirus, Property Managers, Building Owners Wonder What's NextIt’s been an unusually quiet year in the heart of the city with many offices shut down to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 
Seen In Baltimore: A Pile Of Cubed HamThere are a variety of unique sights in Baltimore City, from a trash wheel with googly eyes, crab sculptures, and even a sculpture of Devine.
Grant Expands Access To City Bike Share Program For Low-Income ResidentsLaunching just two months ago, with 21 stations and 185 bikes, the Baltimore Bike Share program has proven to be a big hit. Now, the Baltimore Downtown Partnership is offering a $10,000 dollar grant to greatly reduce the fee for lower-income riders.