Low-income Baltimore residents will have a new affordable option for getting around starting this spring.
Frequent library users have a penchant for racking up fines for overdue books. Luckily for Baltimore City residents, there’s a way to pay those down while feeding the needy after the holidays.
The Baltimore School for the Arts is set to start a film program. Read More →
A family in the Penn North neighborhood today became the 100th low-income household in the mid-Atlantic region to convert its power supply to solar energy in partnership with a unique Washington D.C.-based nonprofit.
Tony Harrison has been cooking up holiday meals for homeless Baltimoreans for years. However, he’s hoping to expand on that tradition this December by making enough delicious BBQ to feed hundreds of Baltimore’s homeless veterans ahead of Christmas weekend.
Yesterday, Orioles first baseman Chris Davis and his wife, Jill, paid a visit to University of Maryland Children’s Hospital to deliver some holiday cheer.
The Baltimore Santa Crawl will be celebrating another holiday season with a fun-filled bar celebration. Join thousands of festively dressed bar crawlers on Saturday, December 17th in Federal Hill as they jingle-bell rock from stop to stop on a jolly winter excursion. Friends will gather at over a dozen participating bars, joining in song and laughter as they showcase their holiday cheer and spirit. Read More →
December 14: Harbor East Cookie Tour & Appearance by Santa!
The final night of Merriment & Melodies concludes with a Cookie Tour throughout Harbor East! Read More →
If you Give you Get …
A Selfie with Santa
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House of Ruth Toy Drive!
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