Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor, Money & Power

Developers Having Visions of Inner Harbor Arena

1 Written by: | Friday, Jan 16, 2015 2:45pm

(rendering via Cordish Company)

(rendering via Cordish Company)

RoFo Arena could have some competition on the waterfront. As Baltimore Business Journal first reported, the Cordish Company has plans to build a new arena at Inner Harbor, and they have a rendering with spotlights to prove it.  Read More →

Health and Fitness, Inner Harbor, Lifeline

Inner Harbor Ice Skating Extended to February

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jan 14, 2015 4:34pm

(photo courtesy Waterfront Partnership)

(photo courtesy Waterfront Partnership)

The McKeldin Square ice skating rink was meant to be a holiday affair. But since everything else is still frozen anyway, it’s staying open until mid-February. Read More →

Inner Harbor, Real Estate & Home

Tiki Barge for Sale! Asking Price: $1 Million

0 Written by: | Monday, Jan 05, 2015 3:30pm

tiki-barge-baltimoreIf you’ve got a long piece of dock space and want to make some new friends, then Bluewater Yacht Sales has the perfect listing. The Tiki Barge at HarborView Marina can be yours, for $1 million. Read More →

Inner Harbor, Money & Power

City’s Next Really Tall Building Proposed for Inner Harbor

0 Written by: | Monday, Dec 15, 2014 4:16pm

via HKS Architects

via HKS Architects

A new tower is set to rise above Inner Harbor. Read More →

Culture, Inner Harbor

Army-Navy Game Brings the Heavy Artillery Back to Baltimore

1 Written by: | Friday, Dec 12, 2014 4:18pm

031206-N-9693M-027There’s one more college football game to be played before bowl season, and it’s happening in Baltimore. The Army-Navy game returns to Baltimore for the first time in seven years on Saturday.  Read More →

Featured, Inner Harbor, Lifeline

Baltimore’s Water Wheel Featured in Ford Commercial

0 Written by: | Thursday, Dec 11, 2014 9:22am

Photo via Inhabitat

Photo via Inhabitat

Ford’s Everyday Heroes series celebrates, well, everyday heroes (who happen to drive Fords, of course). The most recent video honors John Kellett, the designer of Baltimore’s much-beloved trash-intercepting water wheel. Read More →

Catch of the Day, Inner Harbor

Aquadopt from the Aquarium for the Holidays

0 Written by: | Monday, Dec 08, 2014 1:41pm


catch of the day fish (2)Many of us struggle to find gifts that won’t easily be forgotten, and that also won’t clutter up an already full house. But gift certificates can seem impersonal, and it’s hard to “give” an experience as a gift. But the National Aquarium has a gift opportunity that works for adults and kids alike and that will warm the recipient’s heart while helping ensure that one of the Aquarium’s beloved animals stays well-tended to. It’s their Aquadopt program, and it allows you to “adopt” one of your favorite animals. Luckily, the folks at the aquarium will still do the work– no need to come in on Sundays to clean the tank or throw anybody some mackerel.  Read More →

Catch of the Day, Inner Harbor

Fluid Art at the National Aquarium

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Nov 05, 2014 1:00pm

photo via Travel Channel

photo via Travel Channel

catch of the day fish (2)The National Aquarium’s wonderful Fridays After Five program is back, and has been for a while now. That’s when they offer the amazing discount of only $12 admission if you come, well, on Friday after Five. The Aquarium is always a good bet, and a great place to take family and out of town guests. But they’re upping the appeal even more with an event this Friday called Fluid Art that will celebrate Baltimore’s thriving and vibrant art scene.

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Catch of the Day, Inner Harbor

World’s Largest Women’s Barbershop Competition Coming to Baltimore

4 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 1:03pm

Barbershop Harmonies
catch of the day fish (2)You can usually tell when a “con” (that is, a convention) is in town. Suddenly the light rail (and harbor, and Lexington Market, and everything else) is full of young men dressed as My Little Ponies (BronyCon) or people of all stripes dressed as Anime characters (Otakon). It can be a little disorienting, of course, but it can also fill one with a kind of civic pride. After all, if Baltimore is the kind of place that people can comfortably assemble for their not-quite-run-of-the-mill gatherings, we think that speaks pretty well of our city. Well, here comes a convention whose attendees may be less conspicuous– but which is certainly as worthy of notice as anything else we’ve seen all year. It’s the 68th annual Sweet Adelines International Convention and Competition. For the uninitiated, that’s the world’s largest women’s barbershop harmony competition– 2015 edition.

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Featured, Health and Fitness, Inner Harbor

Save the Inner Harbor’s Beach Volleyball Courts!

0 Written by: | Friday, Oct 10, 2014 10:40am


The plans for Inner Harbor 2.0 call for all sorts of new stuff to be installed around Baltimore’s prime waterfront neighborhood. There will be an underground parking garage, increased green space, “interactive water features,” and playgrounds. But there may not be beach volleyball courts, and for some Baltimoreans, that’s a big problem.

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