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Maryland Zoo Baltimore

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  • Knoebels Amusement Resort, Port Discovery, Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, and more.

    Stuff to See Adventure Park USA, 1113 W. Baldwin Road, New Market, (301) 865-6800, adventureparkusa.com. The typical amusement-park fare is all here: mini-golf, coasters, bumper cars, laser tag, plus you can unload the kids at the park's weekly summer...
  • Best Big Park

    Best Big Park
    2600 Madison Ave., (410) 396-6106 Aka the ideal place to go through those uncomfortable, red-faced, wheezing stages of getting back into shape. Home to the Maryland Zoo, the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens, an 18-hole disc golf...
  • (And those who cart them around)

    We try not to complain about people without kids not understanding what it’s like to have kids (’cause really, how annoying is that?), but it really is a whole new ballgame. Where young single types see chic shops and hip restaurants,...
  • What to do and where to go this season

    Ho-Ho-Hoping for a bright and happy Holiday season? Take care of yourself and the ones you care about by staying busy and holding SAD at bay by making plans now—before it all gets too much—and stick to them. Our annual calendar of holiday...
  • A state constitutional convention comes up for a vote-whether politicians, or voters, want it or not

    The last time Maryland had a constitutional convention, society was weathering the influences of “[a] population explosion, inferior schools, congestions, unemployment, racial hatred, the hippies and flower children, H. Rap Brown, and glue sniffing,...
  • Druid Hill Park Disc Golf, Free Yoga Series, Hiking with the Mountain Club of Maryland and more.

    Druid Hill Park Disc Golf, whenever, hippie, (443) 271-5351, md-discgolf.com. Follow signs to Maryland Zoo, parking past softball fields on left and the old reptile house on right, first tee:39.326,-76.654. Twenty-seven holes, Mach5 baskets, rumors of the...
  • Beartown State Park, Fort Frederick State Park, Jones Falls and more.

    Summer in the city can be suffocating: You stick to the sheets, you’re irritable, and lethargy hangs on you like a heavy coat. But sometimes all it takes is the shade of a tree, a dip in a quarry, or the sweet relief of some higher-elevation air...
  • A former Baltimorean combines science and history in a young-adult novel

    The Atomic Weight of Secrets By Eden Unger Bowditch Bancroft Press Gregarious, erudite, and edgy, Eden Unger Bowditch still possesses the air of a streetwise Baltimorean even after a five-year absence. Before moving to Cairo in 2006, Bowditch worked as...
  • Baltimore's liquor regulators assess this year's booze-reform efforts in Annapolis

    Unlike, say, the U.S. Constitution, Article 2B of the Annotated Code of Maryland—the Free State’s booze law—is a fairly fluid document. It gets amended each year, as legislators descend on Annapolis and try to change it in myriad ways,...
  • On Ravens Walk, before the Miami game

     
    Ravens Walk, located on the walkway between Oriole Park at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium is intended to give a tailgating experience for fans who aren't tailgating. That would be the thousands who are arriving on foot or by......
  • Maryland Zoo staff in 'Biggest Loser' segment

     
    I missed this last night, but @marylandzoo on Twitter got me in the loop. Staff members from the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore were featured in a 'Pound for Pound Challenge' segment on last night's Biggest Loser. You can see the......
  • Your morning adorable: Elephant eats a pumpkin at Maryland Zoo Halloween celebration

     
    As part of the Halloween festivities at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, even the elephants are getting the chance to celebrate our ghastliest holiday in style. African elephants Felix (above, who, despite what her name suggests, is female) and her......