Hundreds from around the area came out to Northeast Baltimore this weekend for the Baltimore/Washington One Carnival, an annual celebration of Caribbean music, dancing, food and culture for the Baltimore and D.C. region.
The festival began with a 1.4-mile parade on Saturday featuring dancers, flags flying, floats and stacks of speakers on flat beds representing the various islands in the Caribbean. The festivities ran from E. 33rd Street to Clifton Park, where a festival followed on Saturday afternoon and continued through Sunday.
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