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
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
Our Favorite Holiday Events in Baltimore
Union Wharf residents—the most wonderful time of the year is finally here! And it’s even better here in Baltimore thanks to the incredible events hosted by our tight-knit community. We’ve created this guide featuring festive local events: Dining Santa’s not the only one who loves a good Christmas cookie. The...READ ARTICLE
Think Pink This October
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). To maximize efforts against breast cancer rates, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. (NBCF) is leading Project RISE. Through the campaign, NBCF is spreading awareness and highlighting the importance of regular breast cancer screenings. They’re also aspiring to foster support services for all...READ ARTICLE
Summer Sun and Fun in Baltimore
Perfect summer weather always calls for some fun activities. Baltimore has tons of different ways to celebrate the summer season. Union Wharf residents: Check out our guide to help you have a great summer in Baltimore! Snowballs in Summer Popularized in the mid-1800s when ice blocks were shipped from New...READ ARTICLE
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...READ ARTICLE
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...READ ARTICLE
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,...READ ARTICLE
Ring in the New Year, Baltimore Style!
New Year’s Eve is the best time of the year for setting the perfect tone for the upcoming year. From resolutions to the big NYC ball drop, however you want to ring in the New Year, Baltimore has the options for you! With promises of warm drinks and a night...READ ARTICLE
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...READ ARTICLE