Holiday Shopping in Baltimore
Black Friday is every shopper’s favorite day of the year. From the great deals to the holiday spirit, Black Friday and Small Business Saturday are the perfect time to support local businesses! Baltimore has plenty of amazing events to keep you in the holiday spirit after your Thanksgiving meals are...READ ARTICLE
Halloween 2023 in Baltimore
October means crisp air, changing leaves, and spooky fun, and there is no better place to experience all three of these than Baltimore! The city has plenty of fun activities for Union Wharf residents to enjoy this month, so whether you’re looking for a night of costume partying, or an...READ ARTICLE
The First Day of Fall is Almost Here!
Every year, the beginning of fall marks a time to slow down from the bustle of summer, enjoy the crisp air, and appreciate the beauty of the changing leaves. September 23 marks the autumnal equinox, the day when the Sun crosses the celestial equator and the new season is ushered...READ ARTICLE
Al Fresco in Baltimore: Everything Tastes Better Outside
Fresh air makes everything better. Whether you’re at home, at a restaurant, or a food truck, eating under the beautiful sun or the dazzling stars adds a new dimension to any meal. On August 31, get outside for National Eat Outside Day, and enjoy some of the amazing outdoor dining...READ ARTICLE
Good Food, Good Times, and a Great Baltimore 4th of July!
Good food, good drinks, and fireworks are all staples of the 4th of July, and all of them are available this Independence Day in Baltimore! Not only is Baltimore a fantastic place to celebrate this national holiday, it also played a big role in the battle for American independence, with...READ ARTICLE
Celebrate the Solstice in Baltimore with Some Summer Fun!
On Wednesday, June 21 at 10:58 a.m, the North Pole will reach its maximum tilt, an event known as the Summer Solstice, which marks the astronomical start of summer. What this means is lots of sunlight and summer fun! There is no better place to spend the long, warm days...READ ARTICLE
Baltimore Nearby Travel Destinations for a Long Weekend
Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 29 this year. The U.S. holds the holiday and commemoration every year on the last Monday in May. Memorial Day is observed to honor and mourn soldiers who have lost their lives in battle. However you spend your time on this holiday is okay;...READ ARTICLE
Best Rainy Day Activities in Baltimore
As the saying goes, April showers will bring May flowers! But don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. Here are Baltimore’s best activities for a rainy day. Don’t Worry, Beer Happy Beat the rain by visiting a brewery—and pass the time by bringing games! Checkerspot Brewing Company is a chill spot...READ ARTICLE
Where to Find the Best Cocktails in Baltimore
Why limit happiness to an hour? Celebrate National Cocktail Day this Friday, March 24th. Time for Cocktail O’Clock In case you didn’t know, cocktails are considered delectable concoctions of at least three ingredients. Typically, they contain spirits, juices, flavored syrups, tonic waters, bitters, and more. Observe this National Cocktail Day...READ ARTICLE
Honor Black History Month in Baltimore by Supporting Local Black-owned Businesses
What is Black History Month? In 1925, Carter G. Woodson founded Black History Week to address the institutional oppression and prejudices that African-American individuals experienced within the U.S. The Week encouraged the celebration of Black culture, activism, and post-colonial educational materials that addressed African-American History. Fifty years later, one week...READ ARTICLE