Christmas Ornaments annie spratt

Downtown Baltimore is draped in sparkly lights for the holidays; a trip to the Inner Harbor is a fun way to jump-start feelings of holiday spirit. However, with COVID cases on the rise, Baltimore City guidelines for businesses are rapidly changing, including a new ban on indoor and outdoor dining and entertainment – which means that supporting your favorite downtown businesses might look different than it has in past years (or even past weeks). To comply with the new rules, many downtown businesses are shifting gears quickly, trying to stay afloat during this rapidly changing environment. Restaurants are moving to carryout only and venues areRead More →

The logo for re generation who 3.

Calling all Doctor Who fans! This spring, from March 24 to March 26, the third annual Doctor Who convention (Re)Generation WHO will come to Baltimore’s Renaissance Hotel. For convention attendees and vendors, we offer a flat$15 rate here at Harbor Park Garage! To save your space, follow this link to prepay and skip the wait at the garage. About the Convention The convention begins at noon on Friday, March 24 and lasts until Sunday at 5 p.m. Regular full weekend ticket prices, when purchased in advance are $80 in advance for adults ($90 at the door) and $20 for children 5-12. Single-day ticketsRead More →

Martin luther king jr float.

Next weekend is a long one in Baltimore, with schools and many offices closed on Monday, and an even longer one in Baltimore County, where schools are closed on Tuesday, as well. It’s also an eventful and thoughtful weekend. On Monday, January 16, the city of Baltimore will honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with several events, including a parade, now in its 17th year. The parade begins at noon, starting at the intersection of MLK Boulevard and Eutaw Street. It will then head south on MLK and disband at Baltimore Street. Line up anywhere along the route; the best show (and biggest crowds) mightRead More →