Coffee With: The Baltimore Farmers Market Is Back!The warmer weather is here which means the Baltimore Farmers Market is back open! We take you under the Jones Falls Expressway for an inside look.
Baltimore Buzz: Coffee Club At Rash Field ParkAre you in need of some caffeine this morning? Head over to Rash Field Park for Coffee Club, a pop up party theme from 7-9am!
Coffee With: Guarding The Art Exhibit On Display At Baltimore Museum of ArtA first-of-its-kind exhibit is on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and all of the work featured within was selected by the museum's security guards.
Baltimore Buzz: Stock Up On Easter Candy At Wockenfuss, Plus Meet The Easter Bunny in Fells PointJust in time for Easter, Wockenfuss has a variety of festive candies to fill your Easter baskets. Plus, if you'd like to get your family's picture taken with the Easter Bunny, hop on over to Take a Shot in Fells Point on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Coffee With: Baltimore County Couple On Seeing The Impact Of War FirsthandA Baltimore County couple was in Poland on a mission trip helping Ukrainian refugees. We sit down with them as they reflect on seeing the impacts of the war firsthand.
Baltimore Buzz: 'Put A Peep On It' ContestEaster is right around the corner and time is running out to vote for the winner of the "Put A Peep On It" photo contest! This sweet competition is hosted by the Carroll Arts Center.
Coffee With: Mondawmin Mall Development UpdatesThe former Target store has been purchased and will be turned into a community hub. We talked to the Baltimore native who purchased it and his plans to transform the surrounding area.
Baltimore Buzz: The Big Baltimore Kite FestGrab your kite and picnic blankets because this Saturday the Big Baltimore Kite Fest returns! The event takes place in Patterson Park from noon to 4p.m. Don't have a kite? They will be available for purchase at the festival!
Coffee With: A Journey Of Racial ReconciliationTwo remarkable women connected through "Coming to the Table", a program bringing together descendants of enslavers and descendants of people they enslaved.
Baltimore Buzz: Break Out The Balloons And Garbage BagsMister Trash Wheel turns 8 next month and everyone is invited! The fun begins at 3pm on April 23rd in Pierce's Park in the Inner Harbor. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under!
Baltimore Volunteers Support U.S. Troops With Care PackagesBabylon Vault Company, a group of local volunteers, has come together to support American troops stationed overseas by putting together care packages, including everything from cookies to bottles of soap.
Baltimore Buzz: Different King Of Triathlon Coming To BaltimoreA different kind of triathlon is coming to Baltimore in May. This one will still involve running and biking, but instead of swimming, you can sail or kayak instead. Plus, tickets are on sale for the Inner Harbor kayak tours, which kick off on May 1.
Coffee With: Exploring The History Of Mt. Washington Pediatric HospitalIn Baltimore, we have world-renowned hospitals and medical care right in our backyard. But there's a facility that's been around for a century, and its purpose and founder might surprise you. Ava-joye Burnett shares the story behind Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.
Baltimore Buzz: Celebrate Maryland's History With The B&O Railroad MuseumIf you're looking for a fun way to brush up on your history, the B&O Railroad Museum might be just the thing. On Saturday, guests can take a ride along the nation's first mile of commercial railroad, among a bunch of other activities.
Coffee With: Young Journalists Making A DifferenceHarford Community College's Owl Magazine once again wins a national title for best 2-year TV station! They were able to do this all while working remote.
Baltimore Buzz: Calling All PerformersThe Waterfront partnership is hosting auditions for acts to perform at the Inner Harbor! Auditions will be held April 2nd and all with a special talent are welcome to come out.
Coffee With: Leaving Her Mark On Fashion HistoryA Frederick County native is credited with revolutionizing women’s fashion and is known as the creator of the “American look.” Claire McCardell continues to make a mark in the fashion world today.
Baltimore Buzz: Art By Students In Baltimore CountyThe "Art is for Everyone" exhibition features more than 260 creations made by BCPS students, ranging from Pre-K through 12th grade. Admission to the museum is free but, timed tickets are required.
Coffee With: Amazon Warehouse Run By WomenAs we continue to celebrate Women's History Month we are highlighting strong women in our community. Meet the ladies who work at an Amazon warehouse primarily run by women.
Baltimore Buzz: 50 Years Of Famous Crab CakesSince 1972 the secret recipe has remained unchanged and well guarded by the Pappas family. To celebrate 50 years of famous crab cakes, Pappas Seafood Company is offering discounts and new menu items to celebrate!
Coffee With: Women In BusinessAs we celebrate women's history month, we bring you stories of women who are making a difference in our community. Meet one woman who has worked her way up at Amazon all while running a non-profit.
Baltimore Buzz: Thomas The Tank Engine Returns To BaltimoreFor two weekends in May, "Thomas the Tank Engine" stops by the B&O Railroad Museum! Head over to their website for more information.
Coffee With: Project To Restore Chesapeake Bay Islands To Begin Combating ErosionThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District is planning to begin a new project to restore two Chesapeake Bay Islands that have slowly been eroding away.
Baltimore Buzz: Full Tilt Fest This Weekend, Plus Nelly Coming To MGM National HarborFull Tilt Brewing is hosting Full Tilt Fest on Saturday, plus tickets are on sale for Nelly's performance in May at MGM National Harbor.