Welcome to Baltimore, Guinness! Even if the actual Guinness Brewery on Route 1 west of the city isn’t through construction, the fine people of this Irish institution have opened […]
The horses have arrived and Pimlico Racetrack is abuzz by sunrise. Sunrise on Old Hilltop has become a big event with visitors arriving while the horses are out for their […]
The tour really does offer lovely moments for those who are remembering their own history or learning something about Charm City as the boat plies through the waters of the Baltimore harbor.
For years, the Recreation Pier in Baltimore’s Fells Point neighborhood was remembered mostly as the set of the television show, “Homicide: Life on the Streets.” Once the series ended, the […]
In the town where Edgar Allan Poe found his footing as an author, you can find all kinds of tributes to him: the house where he lived, statues, his graves (there […]
On the occasional weekend, I spend time in the room that may have been a young Edgar Allan Poe’s bedroom in Baltimore’s Poe House. It’s a tiny room (even though […]
Take a look at the first tapestry as you walk into the newest exhibition at Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum. It’s so lush, so full of color and life you might think […]