The concert is part of a tour that kicked off earlier this month in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and one of the first shows since founding member and guitarist Walter Becker passed away in early September.
About Steely Dan
Founded in 1972 by Bard College students Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, Steely Dan has long been an important part of the American music scene, with recognizable hits like “Reelin’ in the Years” and “Hey Nineteen” still getting significant radio play.
This weekend promises to be a big one for families who want to spend a little time enjoying autumn in downtown Baltimore. With gorgeous weather on the horizon and kid-friendly activities all over the Inner Harbor, it’s a great time to head downtown with the kids.
Harbor Harvest at Rash Field
On Sunday, October 15, the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore will host the 10th Annual Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s Festival at Rash Field.
The party starts at 10 a.m. and lasts until 2 p.m. – a perfect way to get outside for a few hours in the middle of the day.
Runners from all over the region celebrate the start of October – and with good reason. It’s race season in Baltimore. As the temperature starts to dip and summer’s humidity disappears, it’s prime time for running in Charm City.
Avid runners have several downtown walks and races to choose from this month and many of them are associated with great causes.
Walkathon to End Hydrocephalus on October 7
Hydrocephalus is a condition involving accumulation of fluid in the brain; it occurs in both children and adults.
Race fans it’s time to gear up for the Fiesta 5K this Saturday, May 6, 2017.
Whether you are running or simply cheering the runners on be sure to set your navigation to Harbor Park Garage 751 E Lombard Street, Balt., MD 21202. This will allow you to skip the traffic created by the Market Street road closure. Click here to reserve your spot.
Harbor Park Garage will have a dedicated police officer to direct traffic before and after the event to ensure that parkers can get into and out of the Garage. But be sure to leave plenty of time to park as the starting gun fires at 8:00 am.
Baltimore’s Downtown Partnership Makes Downtown Safer, More Accessible & More Fun for Visitors & Residents
Downtown Baltimore is a hotbed of activity – it’s packed with restaurants and attractions and every week, new events are announced. For people living, working or visiting downtown Baltimore, that’s exciting, but it can also be overwhelming. With so much to do, how do you decide where to start?
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore can help. From their Charles Street headquarters, the organization creates and promotes programs for the city – they’re involved with everything from Restaurant Week to the free Charm City Circulator bus – and they help locals and tourists alike navigate all the opportunities downtown Baltimore has to offer.
Have an electric vehicle? Thinking about buying one? There are plenty of reasons to drive electric, from environmental to financial considerations.
One up side of driving an electric vehicle is the ability to charge your car while it’s parked. In Baltimore, Harbor Park Garage has partnered with the ChargePoint network; the garage now has stations that allow up to four electric vehicles (EVs) to charge at one time.
ChargePoint is an organization that designs and builds EV charging stations that customers can use finding an easy mobile app. The app allows customers to track fuel and greenhouse gas savings, find charging spots and coordinate the charge at one of the charging stations.
Science fiction fans will descend on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor this weekend, when (Re)Generation WHO, a convention celebrating all things Dr. Who, kicks off in Charm City for the third year in a row. The convention begins at noon on Friday, March 24 and lasts until Sunday at 5 p.m. and takes place at the Renaissance Hotel, located smack in the middle of downtown.
(Re)Generation WHO is just the most recent in a long string of science fiction events taking place in Maryland’s largest city. Baltimore is a popular and fun spot for all things science fiction – and here’s why: