Coffee With: Baltimore Florists See Flower Shortage Ahead Of Mother's DayIf you haven’t bought flowers for Mother’s Day yet, don't wait. There is a global flower shortage impacting florists here in Baltimore before the holiday.
Baltimore Buzz: Celebrate May The Fourth With Creative NomadsLooking for a fun way to spend May The Fourth? Creative Nomads is hosting some family-friendly arts and crafts activities followed by a movie Wednesday evening. Plus, Vida Taco Bar is offering some Cinco de Mayo specials on Thursday.
Coffee With: The Baltimore Young Families Success FundBaltimore City is now accepting applications from young parents or caregivers for the Baltimore Young Families Success Fund, a pilot program offering a guaranteed income of $1,000 per month for over two years to 200 families.
Baltimore Buzz: Ways To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo & Mother's DayLooking for a fun way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Little Havana Baltimore is throwing a party featuring live music, food and drinks. Plus, Fleurs d'Ave has a special arrangement for Mother's Day on Sunday.
Coffee With: Brigance Brigade Race & Fun Run Raises Money & Awareness For ALS ResearchThe Brigance Brigade Foundation held its annual championship race and fun run over the weekend at the Maryland Zoo. This event raises money and awareness for ALS research.
Baltimore Buzz: Orangetheory Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week, Plus Port Discovery Community DayIn honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Orangetheory in Harbor East is offering a free week educators referred by a family or friend. Plus, the next $2 Community Day at Port Discovery is on Wednesday.
Coffee With: $166M Set Aside For Inner Harbor & Downtown BaltimoreMaryland lawmakers who represent Baltimore announced $166 million set aside for Baltimore's downtown and Inner Harbor.
Baltimore Buzz: Charm City Bluegrass Festival This WeekendLooking to wrap up your week and kick off the weekend on a high note? Check out the Charm City Bluegrass Festival, which is being held on Friday and Saturday.
Baltimore Buzz: Creative Mornings Baltimore Returns, Plus A Photo OpportunityCreative Mornings is hosting an event at the Pratt Library on Friday morning, plus the Charm City Photo Club is hosting its monthly photo walk this weekend.
Coffee With: Ravens' Leadership Institute Teaches Baltimore Students How To Serve & LeadSome Baltimore-area high school students celebrated on Wednesday after completing their final session of the Baltimore Ravens High School Leadership Institute, which taught them how to become leaders and productive members of their communities.
Coffee With: Amazon Helps High School Seniors Through Scholarship ProgramAmazon is trying to help high school seniors soar to greater heights through a new scholarship program. The scholarships are for future engineers from underserved communities.
Baltimore Buzz: Looking For A Spring Market?It's Spring and that means Spring Markets! Like this one happening Saturday at Burley Oak Brewing Company. From noon until 6pm you can visit the artisan vendors in the beer garden and enjoy the sunshine!
Coffee With: History Of Duckpin Bowling In BaltimoreA recently renovated bowling lane in West Baltimore is hoping to bring about not only big fun but big change. Today we take you to the basement of Liberty Grace Church of God in the Ashburton neighborhood.
Baltimore Buzz: Unique Mother's Day GiftLooking for a Mother's Day gift for someone with everything? Why not donate a tree in her name? The Maryland DNR is offering the unique gift.
Coffee With: Ravens Hold First Job Fair Of The SeasonFootball season is right around the corner and the Ravens are looking to fill hundreds of game day positions before kick off.
Baltimore Buzz: Perfect Mother's Day GiftsLooking for a Mother's Day gift? Look no further because Nina's Cookie Explosion has teamed up with three other Black-women owned businesses to make this goodie box! Presale ends on Friday.
Baltimore Buzz: Chesapeake Family Releases Earth Day GuideIn recognition of Earth Day, Chesapeake Family Magazine has released a guide showing how Marylanders can help protect and preserve our environment. Plus, if you have batteries lying around, Recycle My Battery has a way for you to get rid of them safely and properly.
Coffee With: Ukrainian Filmmaker To Premiere NHL Documentary In Baltimore County, Proceeds To Benefit UkraineThis weekend in Baltimore County, a Ukrainian filmmaker is premiering his documentary about Ukrainian hockey players in the NHL to raise money for war relief efforts in Ukraine.
Baltimore Buzz: Shiloh Baptist Church Hosts Earth Day Weekend EventLooking for a great way to spend the Earth Day weekend? There will be gardening, yoga, food tastings and other festivities on Saturday morning at Shiloh Baptist Church. Plus, Chesapeake ReStore is holding an Earth Day sale.
Coffee With: How Some Funerals Are Going GreenThere's now an eco-friendly alternative to traditional funerals and burials. One method is called water cremation, or an aquanation, which uses a combination of warm water and an alkaline solution to decompose the body. Another option is turning your body into a compost.
Baltimore Buzz: Register For The Harford Center's 2nd Annual Golf TournamentThe registration window is open for the Harford Center's 2nd Annual Golf Tournament, plus registration for Baltimore City kindergarten and pre-K begins on Monday.
Coffee With: Chesapeake Bay Foundation Shows Farmers Ways To Reduce PollutionThe Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Clagett Farm is showing farmers how they can help restore the bay through regenerative agriculture.
Coffee With: Hogan Visits Mormon Temple In KensingtonFor the first time in nearly 50 years, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kensington will open its doors to non-Mormons for an extended open house. Gov. Larry Hogan visited the temple on Monday to help launch the open house.
Baltimore Buzz: Groups Organize Earth Day Cleanup EventsWant to do your part for Earth Day? The Maryland Park Service is hosting a cleanup event on Friday at Patapsco Valley State Park and Soldier's Delight. Plus, there's a volunteer opportunity on Saturday at the Phoenix Wildlife Center.