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Grand National Steeplechase Next Saturday, April 22 – Three Miles of Heart Pounding Thrills

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Imagine it’s the late 1800s. Entertainment and sport were quite a bit different than they were today. If you weren’t hunting foxes or quail, you were probably racing your well-trained horse across miles of lush, green fields.

FashionEASTa Returns to Harbor East for a Sixth Year

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We all know that Harbor East can’t be beat for shopping, dining, and grabbing that weekend cocktail. Well, on Saturday, April 29th, our favorite destination for fashion will be popping off once again for the Sixth Annual FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show.

Extraordinary Equestrians Gear up for April Races

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What could be more Maryland than a fine Saturday in April spent picnicking on the grass while taking in some thrilling steeplechase races?

Baltimore’s Best Beatz & Bloodys at the Belvedere – Get Tickets Today!

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Pop quiz: What’s better than a bloody mary with brunch? Answer: Knowing that it’s the best bloody mary in Baltimore. And even better than that?

St. Patrick’s Day Festivities at (O’)Tark’s Grill

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This St. Patrick’s Day, you won’t need to find the end of the rainbow to get your Irish on. You can honor the Emerald Isle right in your own backyard at O’Tark’s Grill.

March 26: Baltimore’s Best Beatz & Bloodys at the Belvedere

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Pop quiz: What’s better than a bloody mary with brunch? Answer: Knowing that it’s the best bloody mary in Baltimore. And even better than that?

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at (O’)Tark’s Grill

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This St. Patrick’s Day, you won’t need to find the end of the rainbow to get your Irish on. You can honor the Emerald Isle right in your own backyard at O’Tark’s Grill.

Baltimore Clayworks Summer Camps

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Ceramists know something very important. It’s that clay, any way you slice it, is fun. And while for many adults, thinking of pottery making still recalls the famous scene from the movie Ghost (could be worse, right?), there’s an entire world of history, ecology, and craft that goes into making things out of clay. Baltimore Clayworks has been the local hub for Baltimore ceramics enthusiasts for the past 36 years. Through their Mt. Washington campus and community sites in under-resourced neighborhoods across the region, Baltimore Clayworks has brought the joy of clay to adults and children alike through innumerable classes, workshops, events and exhibitions. This summer, Baltimore Clayworks will be offering ten 1-week long summer camps for kids and teens, each with a different theme. They’re open to kids ages 6-15, and believe us, they’re all awesome.

Give Your Kid the Experience of a Lifetime with Ripken Baseball Camp

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More and more, when it comes to holiday gifts, Americans are asking for experiences, rather than things.

Bubbly, Holiday Shopping and Art at Green Spring Station Dec. 10

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catch of the day fish (2)Smart holiday shoppers know that it’s all about going local this season. And nowhere in the area has  more independent and totally unique shops than Green Spring Station– where you’re sure to find something for everyone on your list. But come December 10th, there will be even more to love about Green Spring Station. That’s because Maryland Art Place (MAP) and Green Spring Station have teamed up for MAP’s (MAP) final IMPACT project of the year. It’s a sprawling series of installations created by MICA students using actual items from the merchants of the shopping center. So when you drop by for the rest of the holiday season, you’ll be able to take in some phenomenal artwork while you shop. The installation’s opening reception will take place Thursday, December 10 from 6-8pm with complimentary bubbly and Prosecco at all shops which are staying open until 8pm.