June in Baltimore: Rainbows and Remembrance

Plastered all over stores and restaurants, sports teams and company logos, rainbows take over the month of June. Every year, Pride Month is celebrated across America in support and honor of the LBGTQ+ community. It all started in Greenwich Village after the Stonewall Uprising in 1969. In a town with...

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Your Guide to Memorial Day Weekend in Baltimore

It’s almost Memorial Day weekend! Do you have plans? If not, our guide to “MDW” events in Baltimore can help you create the perfect itinerary for your long weekend. On Memorial Day, we honor those who have died serving in the U.S. military. It’s an important time to recognize the...

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Cinco de Mayo the Baltimore Way

Did you know that only 10 percent of the American population knows the reason for cheap margaritas and cheese dip on May 5th? Cinco De Mayo isn’t just about partying. This day is celebrated annually to mark the resilience of the Mexican people during the Franco-Mexican War in 1862. May...

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Celebrating the Luck of the Irish in Baltimore this St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated annually on March 17th, celebrates Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland and its national apostle. The day commemorates his death, having been observed since the ninth or tenth century. This developed into the early 1600s, when the first St. Patrick’s Day Parade was held and...

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Women-Owned Businesses in Baltimore to Support

To acknowledge women’s struggles, activism, and feminism, Congress recognized National Women’s History Month in 1987. Every March, we acknowledge the institutionalized and thus normalized sexist barriers that women experience.  Therefore, March is a wonderful opportunity to shop small, women-owned businesses. Luckily in Baltimore, we have lots of female-owned businesses. Here...

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Black History Month in Baltimore: Shop and Eat Locally

February is the annual celebration and recognition of African Americans. Black History Month honors and celebrates the achievement of African Americans throughout history in the United States. Now more than ever, it is important to support our community. And right in Baltimore, not too far from your home at Union...

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Baltimore

Valentine’s Day is one of the most commonly celebrated holidays in the world, bringing together lovey-dovey couples and proposals of all kinds. While there are multiple saints named Valentine or Valentinus that the holiday could have been named after, all of these saints were martyred during ancient Roman times. Regardless,...

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Holiday Lights in Baltimore to Brighten Your Day this Winter

In the dark, cold months of the Winter, vibrant and ambient lights can make all the difference in creating an exciting and atmospheric holiday season. With locations all over Baltimore and throughout Maryland, you can visit these stunning views and absorb all of the illuminated displays during the peak holiday...

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Celebrate the Season with Holiday Spirit, Baltimore Style!

With the holiday season upon us, festive events are abundant in Baltimore, all not too far from your home here at Union Wharf. From shopping adventures to music-filled evenings, there are multiple events that are the perfect way to continue to celebrate the ongoing holiday season. Take a look at...

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Baltimore’s Terrifying Haunts and Thrills

The end of October brings about one of the most beloved holidays for horror fanatics everywhere. For many, the nights leading up to Halloween are full of horror films, costume parties, pumpkin carving, and the most adrenaline-pumping – haunted houses. With scares at every turn and extremely creepy props and...

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