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Street performer in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

Street performer in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

Baltimore's Inner Harbor Skyline at Sunset

Baltimore's Inner Harbor Skyline at Sunset

Over the years I have taken my kids to Baltimore many times, mostly to visit the National Aquarium  or Maryland Science Center.  But, like most other cities, there are an abundance of free activities to enjoy throughout the year. Take a look at 20 of my favorite free things to do with kids in the Baltimore area: 1. Shop at…

20 Free Things to Do With Kids in Baltimore

Over the years I have taken my kids to Baltimore many times, mostly to visit the National Aquarium or Maryland Science Center. But, like most other cities, there are an abundance of free activities to enjoy throughout the year. Take a look at 20 of my favorite free things to do with kids in the Baltimore area: 1. Shop at…

To celebrate its 90th anniversary, Domino asked Baltimore to submit their favorite pictures of the company's iconic harbor sign. The winner was Don Vetter.

Hogan calls union that opposes his education budget decisions 'thugs'

To celebrate its 90th anniversary, Domino asked Baltimore to submit their favorite pictures of the company's iconic harbor sign. The winner was Don Vetter.

Lambrecht: Loyola Had Answer for Everything in 2012 - Lacrosse Magazine

Lambrecht: Loyola Had Answer for Everything in 2012 - Lacrosse Magazine

#Finding my inner peace was a great start in having peace with my body

#Finding my inner peace was a great start in having peace with my body

Babe Ruth at bat.  Oriole Park, Baltimore,  1931.  Robert Kniesche (1906-1976).  Kniesche Collection.  Maryland Historical Society,  PP79.40.  Although seen here batting for the New York Yankees, Babe Ruth began his career with the Baltimore Orioles. George Herman Ruth, Jr., or Babe Ruth, was born in Baltimore at 216 Emory Street, a rowhouse which was saved from demolition and is now the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.

Babe Ruth at bat. Oriole Park, Baltimore, 1931. Robert Kniesche (1906-1976). Kniesche Collection. Maryland Historical Society, PP79.40. Although seen here batting for the New York Yankees, Babe Ruth began his career with the Baltimore Orioles. George Herman Ruth, Jr., or Babe Ruth, was born in Baltimore at 216 Emory Street, a rowhouse which was saved from demolition and is now the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.

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