Baltimore’s third Light City festival will run from April 14-21, 2018, following a three-day “Neighborhood Lights 2018” event earlier in the month, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced today.
Oriole Park Gets Energy-Efficient Lights; Innovation Hub Opens in East Baltimore; Made in Baltimore Shop Comes to Hampden; H&M Arrives in White Marsh
As part of an effort to save energy and money, the Maryland Stadium Authority is changing the way it lights Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the first time since the ballpark opened in 1992.
The battle between the creators of Light City and the city over the vibrant event’s intellectual property rights has taken a new turn. Brooke Hall Allen and Justin Allen on Friday responded to a city lawsuit, filed last month, with a countersuit accusing the city of fraud, trademark infringement and civil conspiracy, among other claims.
Last week, we suggested you make it down to the Miracle on 34th Street in Hampden. We paid it a visit and it was quite grand. If you have yet to make it over, the good news is that you can go for more reasons than just getting into the spirit of the season! For the third year in a row, the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) will be providing visitors to the Miracle on 34th Street with hot cocoa, baked homemade goods, dog treats and cat toys, all in exchange for donations every Thursday through Sunday in December, and almost every night of the holiday week.
Some things are just quintessentially “Baltimore;” Natty boh, the Utz girl, Old Bay, the Kinetic Sculpture Race, The Wire, to name a few. The lights on the 700 block of 34th Street around the holidays, unquestionably, fall into that category.