Baltimore Launches Training For Hospitality Workers To Bring LGBTQ+ Guests 'Warm Welcome'The training is part of the tourism group’s Warm Welcome program, which educates hospitality industry workers about how to make different minority groups feel welcome at their venues.
CIAA Basketball Tournament Drew 36K Fans And Had $19.6M Economic Impact, Officials SayOverall attendance at the tournament's 22 games exceeded 66,000 spectators, organizers said in March, including a crowd of 13,207 for the two championship games.
Baltimore Museum Of Art To Reveal Reimagined Contemporary Wing In November"How Do We Know The World?" will be presented through September 2023.
'It's A Good Party!': Fell's Point Festival Set To Begin FridayThe festival is now a fundraising endeavor of the Fell's Point Preservation Society, which helps preserve the history of the neighborhood, including its 18th- and 19th-century buildings, without cost to Baltimore City.
Schedule Announced For AFRAM Festival In BaltimoreMayor Brandon Scott and the Department of Recreation and Parks on Thursday announced the schedule for this year's hybrid AFRAM Festival, a lineup that includes an art show, a movie night, a bike party, a family skate night, and virtual concerts from rappers Busta Rhymes and Wale and R&B singer Chaka Khan.
Visit Baltimore and Guinness Brewery Unveil A New SculptureVisit Baltimore and Guinness unveiled a new logo sculpture at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery on Friday morning in celebration of National Travel and Tourism week.
Visit Baltimore Rolls Out New Campaign In Effort To Increase Tourism Amid COVID-19 PandemicVisit Baltimore is rolling out a new plan to revitalize the City’s tourism industry amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'A Friend To Everyone': Local Agencies That Worked With Rep. Elijah Cummings React To His DeathCummings was known for his work on racial justice and healthcare, among other issues. After his sudden death on Thursday morning, some of those groups are sharing their condolences.
Visit Baltimore Set To Spend $400K In Advertisements, Hope To Direct Tourists To A Variety Of LocationsTourism brings millions of dollars to Baltimore, and Visit Baltimore is promoting different neighborhoods to get more tourists to see different sites.
Visit Baltimore Wants You To Drink Around Town With A Beverage PassportThe official start of summer is just days away, and many local businesses are now working together to bring in the crowds.
City Expands 'My Bmore' Advertising CampaignBaltimore's tourism campaign is trying to reach new visitors to the city with the help of a new advertising campaign.
Baltimore Struggling To Repair Now-Damaged ImageMany in the community are doing their part to get the city back on its feet.
Baltimore Orioles Expected To Bring Big Business To CityIn just a few days, the birds of summer will be back in Baltimore. The Orioles home opener is this Friday.
Famous Faces Teaming Up To Bring More People To BaltimoreNine of Baltimore's biggest celebrities are teaming up to bring more people to Charm City.
Restaurant Week Begins In Baltimore CityRestaurant Week is underway in Baltimore City.