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  • Tourist Attractions

    Tourist Attractions
    “Baltimore,” the song by Randy Newman from the 1970s, features a hooker, a drunk, and a refrain—“Man, it’s hard just to live”—that struck enough of a chord with the likes of Nils Lofgren, Nina Simone, David Gray,...
  • Sports and Recreation

    Sports and Recreation
    Baltimore is the center of the sports universe. We’ve got the Super Bowl champion Ravens and the suddenly super Orioles, looking for consecutive playoff berths, not to mention the MISL champion Baltimore Blast, amazing prepschool and college...
  • Baltimore for Kids

    Baltimore for Kids
    For a city with a soaring murder rate, endemic poverty, and a horribly mismanaged public school system, Baltimore is a surprisingly great place to raise kids. Really! True, city parents have to work a little harder than their counterparts in, say,...
  • KIDS

    KIDS
    Stuff to See Adventure Park USA. 11113 W. Baldwin Road, New Market, (301) 865-6800, adventureparkusa.com. Have a top-notch amusement park experience with rides, mini-golf, laser tag, and a ropes course. Bring the family, or send the kids off to the...
  • FOOD FESTIVALS

    FOOD FESTIVALS
    Annapolis Arts, Crafts & Wine Festival. June 7, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; June 8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, 550 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, (410) 263-4012,annapolisartscraftsandwinefestival.com. The Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival....
  • DO-GOODER LIST

    DO-GOODER LIST
    Animals Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter Inc.Rescue and adoption services for all animals. 301 Stockholm St., 21230, (410) 396-4695,baltimoreanimalshelter.org Arts Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Catalyst for cultural-community cohesion...
  • 40th Legislative District

    40th Legislative District
    Location: From Northwest Baltimore's Lower Park Heights corridor to portions of Hampden and Remington, reaching southward to Mount Vernon and Midtown and southwest to Violetville. Demographics: Adult population of roughly 93,000, two-thirds African-...
  • The Mail 7/2/14

    The Mail 7/2/14
    Traffic Studies Khayree Robinson is just a microcosm of the kids-at-intersections problem ("Down on the Corner," Feature, June 25) here in Baltimore City and County. This has been going on for years, and not just at North and Mount Royal avenues. Little...
  • Local nonprofits that could use help this holiday season

    Animals Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter Inc. Rescue and adoption services for all animals. 301 Stockholm St., 21230, (410) 396-4695, baltimoreanimalshelter.org Arts Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Catalyst for cultural-community cohesion in...
  • Holding steady with two major sport franchises, and many destinations for recreation. How about a game of bocce ball or maybe some duckpin bowling?

    So we're currently holding steady at just two major sport franchises, but you can't knock Baltimore for lack of effort. We used to have an NBA team, the Bullets, who moved to DC and became the Wizards for reasons too stupid to acknowledge here. In the...
  • Having a kid changes your idea of fun, luckly baltimore offers plenty of opportunities to keep the tykes amused.

    Having a kid changes your idea of fun. Not that you can't still enjoy the stuff you enjoyed when you were unencumbered by parental responsibility (though you should probably lay off the binge drinking, if you're still doing that). But what you think of as...
  • We present to you a list of things to Get in on. Sights and attractions, historic destinations and places to enjoy watching fish, animals and the great outdoors.

    Apparently, back in 2006, the city unveiled a new slogan to entice visitors: "Get in on it." Problem was, it wasn't exactly clear what they meant, and the vague possibilities the phrase implied left everybody feeling a little lukewarm (or downright...