The Baltimore’s New Year’s Eve Spectacular returns Dec. 31 to help you ring in the new year in style! Family and friends will usher in 2020 with live band performances and celebrate as they watch Baltimore’s Inner Harbor come alive in a blaze of fireworks. Take to the surrounding neighborhoods of Federal Hill, Locust Point, … Continue reading The Baltimore’s New Year’s Eve Spectacular Returns Dec. 31
Taking place now through Dec. 24, the Christmas Village in Baltimore is a holiday tradition that delights the young and young at heart. Styled after a traditional German holiday market, the indoor-outdoor market brings together artisans selling everything from mulled wine and bratwurst, to holiday ornaments, to hand-crafted jewelry. It’s a good place to mark a … Continue reading Shop Artisan-Made Gifts at the Christmas Village in Baltimore
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you’re probably starting to make your holiday plans. And if those plans include hosting the big meal at your apartment, you might also be panicking about how you’re going to accommodate everyone. But don’t worry—just a few of these small tweaks will get your apartment ready for the crowd. … Continue reading Thanksgiving Is Served! Essential Hosting Tips for Renters
For a fast-casual spot that will beat out your usual suspects, head to Poyoteca Peruvian Rotisserie on Market Place, previously known as Chicken Rico. They changed names and upgraded their cuisine in July, serving up authentic Peruvian eats, with a special focus on the traditional rotisserie chicken. You order counter-side with options ranging from a half-chicken … Continue reading What’s Your Go-To Order at Poyoteca Peruvian Rotisserie?
Enjoying thanksgiving dinner is so much easier when you know you earned it. You can do just that this year at the YMCA’s 7th annual 5K Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning! The Baltimore City Y hosts this event every year to raise money to help support families in need. The race starts at the Weinberg … Continue reading Run for a Good Cause During the Baltimore City Turkey Trot
Carving a jack-o-lantern may have been fun when you were a youngster—but that was before you were the one in charge of cleaning up. Times have changed, and so have your tastes. So here are a few sophisticated DIY projects you can try with your pumpkins this year. Chalkboard PumpkinsChalkboard paint isn’t just for the … Continue reading No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating DIYs for Grown-Ups
Ceremony Coffee was founded in 2002 as part of the so-called "third wave" of American coffee culture, with an emphasis on ethically sourced beans, local and artisanal roasting, and a celebration of the diversity of coffee flavors. Since then, Ceremony has expanded steadily, with nearly ten locations now across the DMV. The newest one is … Continue reading Caffeinate Your Morning at Ceremony Coffee
On October 12, the staff at the Maryland Zoo invite you to explore the zoo in a whole new way through "Yoga at the Zoo." The 60-minute Vinyasa flow style yoga class is open to people of all levels of experience at yoga, with individualized instruction that will help you get the most out of your practice. … Continue reading Practice Yoga Next to Penguins at the Maryland Zoo This Weekend
Cozy sweater season is finally upon us, and it’s not just your wardrobe that deserves a makeover. Your apartment should be ready for autumn, too! If you need some seasonal design inspiration, here are a few decor tips for fall. Toss up some twinkle lights. What could be simpler than stringing up a few strands of … Continue reading Follow These Tips for a Fall-Ready Apartment
You may want to clear your calendar for the weekend of October 12, because the Fells Point Fun Fest is coming up fast. This annual festival, which was founded as a neighborhood fundraiser, will be celebrating its 52nd year, and is slated to be bigger and better than ever. This year, the festival will span six … Continue reading Returning Oct. 12 Near The Berkleigh: The Fells Point Fun Festival!