One of Chef Bryan Voltaggio’s downtown restaurants closed its doors recently. Read More →
The Inner Harbor has plenty of attractions. But for those who need more of a reason to go, some free offers can’t hurt. Read More →
Under Armour brought yet another group of athletes into town, and this time they stopped long enough to hit the sand and hang with the locals. Read More →
Preliminary construction work has begun on Baltimore’s next downtown highrise, a 28-story tower known as 1 Light Street, planned for the southeast corner of Baltimore and Light streets. Read More →
Over the past six months, the Waterfront Partnership’s new recycling initiative has saved 55,000 cigarette butts from falling into the Inner Harbor. That’s great–but just imagine how many they didn’t catch. Read More →
Proposals for two outdoor cafes are asking Baltimore City voters to reconsider the plan for the development of the Inner Harbor. Read More →
Baltimore’s iconic tall ship, Pride of Baltimore II, is usually anchored in the harbor. But if you go looking for it there this summer, you’ll find yourself out of luck. Read More →
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