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Things To Do In Baltimore This Summer

As you may know if you already follow me, I live in New York City, however, I am from Baltimore, and I may be a little biased because it’s my hometown - BUT it’s one of my favorite cities! Baltimore is a small city, but it has so much to offer. There’s always something fun to do in Baltimore, so I figured why not share some of my favorite summer activities to do in Baltimore! Even though I don’t live there anymore, I do go home and visit, so here’s some of my favorite things to do in Baltimore:
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The Baltimore Sun

Alley houses, now an ‘endangered species,’ were once the core of working-class Baltimore

The tradition of alley houses in Baltimore predates the city itself. Estimates now are that only a few hundred remain standing, threatening the preservation of Baltimore’s history, according to Johns Hopkins, executive director of Baltimore Heritage Inc. and a relative of the 19th-century entrepreneur who founded the university and hospital of the same name. The small two-story homes, ...
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Baltimore, MDlocalaccidentreports.com

Baltimore, MD – Woman Injured in Crash at Eastern Ave & S Castle St

Baltimore, MD (July 30, 2021) – One woman was left injured following a crash in the Fells Point section of Baltimore. At around 11:51 p.m., on July 29, emergency crews were notified that a collision occurred on Eastern Avenue. Reports from local authorities show that a collision occurred on Eastern...
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Loveland, OHlovelandbeacon.com

The birthplace of our National Anthem

FUN WITH MAPS – ISSUE 2021-146 DAILY FEATURE:. LOVELAND, OH (July 30, 2021) – In Issue 2021-146 of Steve Kovacs Fun with Maps, there is a lot of fun facts about the city of Baltimore. BAILE AN TI MOIHR – Town of the Big House. The city of Baltimore was...
Real Estatearlingtonrealtyinc.com

529 S Ann Street

This Circa 1855 architecturally inviting Fells Point property has been creatively expanded and updated throughout the years. Its historic charm has been preserved, and modern amenities have been added. The three-story brick home boasts 1,940 sq. ft. of unique living space. The cozy living and dining areas include a gas burning brick fireplace, brick accent walls, handsome wood flooring, and recessed lighting. The delightful cook+GGs kitchen features a corner wood-burning brick fireplace and sliding glass doors to the rear patio. The kitchen has been recently remodeled to include new stainless-steel appliances, new countertops, and refurbished cabinets. A powder room is conveniently located on the main living level. The second floor includes 2 bedrooms: The rear bedroom with loft, has access to a deck overlooking the patio, vaulted ceiling, and skylights. The front bedroom has a beamed ceiling and brick accent walls. The spacious bathroom with soaking tub/shower is positioned between the bedrooms, along with a separate area for the stacked washer and dryer. The third bedroom or bonus room is on the third level and opens to a large deck with terrific city-scape and garden views. Complementing this unique property is a private enclosed rear patio and garden perfect for casual relaxation and entertainment. A separate large shed is great for storage. The home is heated by natural gas and cooled by a combination a central air conditioning system, window units and ceiling fans. The home is significantly located within the historic waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The waterfront is within a few blocks walking distance. There is an abundance of restaurants, bars, shops, and cultural events in the area. The neighborhoods of Upper Fells Point, Canton, Harbor East, Harbor Point, the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Downtown and Patterson Park are within proximity. The property is desirably located close to Johns Hopkins Hospital and U of M campuses, institutions, major highway, and schools.
Baltimore, MDPosted by
Kaleah Mcilwain

Top bars to visit in Fells Point

Baltimore may be smaller than its neighboring metropolitan cities like Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and New York, but its nightlife scene is just as diverse. Known for being a multicultural city, Baltimore blends historical charm with modern nightlife. Whether you are after a low-key night out or looking to dance until the sun comes up, there is a little of everything here and knowing what the top bars to visit are is important.
Baltimore, MDdctravelmag.com

Fells Point: 25+ Unique Reasons to Visit this Baltimore Neighborhood

Once a busy shipyard, Fells Point is now one of Baltimore’s most popular waterfront neighborhoods filled with restaurants, bars, and historic attractions. With a history that goes back over 250 years, Fells Point has transformed from a neighborhood of bustling shipyards and warehouses to a gorgeous waterfront destination that’s been recognized on the National Register of Historic Places.
Somerset, MAprofessionalmariner.com

Gladding-Hearn delivers first vessel in new Baltimore class

(SOMERSET, Mass.) — The Association of Maryland Pilots has taken delivery of Fells Point, the first boat in a new class from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding. The Baltimore class is named after the pilots’ base of operations at the Port of Baltimore. With a length overall of 48.5 feet, beam of 15.6...
Baltimore, MDdctravelmag.com

Baltimore Neighborhoods: Quick Guide To The Coolest Spots In The City

Amazing architecture, historic monuments, and an unmatched vibe – each of these Baltimore neighborhoods has a distinct personality you’ll want to delve into. Baltimore has been called many things, but boring is not one of them. The ‘greatest city in America’ has over 200 neighborhoods to explore and each of them are uniquely fantastic.
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Hot Plate: Restaurant Week starts, The Milton Inn and JBGB’s are open, Henninger’s closes and more

With Restaurant Week underway and a flurry of openings, this week is an exciting one in Baltimore. Here’s a look at what’s happening:. The Milton Inn has reopened. The iconic Sparks restaurant is now owned and run by Cindy Wolf and Tony Foreman, who have put their signature attention to detail and care for the dining experience into the space and menu. The building received a history-preserving renovation and the kitchen is helmed by Executive Chef Chris Scanga, who has spent many years at another Foreman Wolf property, Petit Louis.
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