Dancers representing more than a dozen Caribbean countries convened in Northeast Baltimore to march over a mile on E. 33rd Street, kicking off the Baltimore/D.C. One Caribbean Carnival. The crowd, which organizers expected to be as many as 35,000 people, watched dancers take part in a five-hour parade past City College on their way to the festival in Clifton Park.
The festival, covering Saturday afternoon and Sunday, included food, music and performances from the Caribbean nations.
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