The Charm City Night Market returned in its second year even bigger and better than before, stretching from its inaugural location at W. Lexington Street and Park Avenue all the way to Center Plaza.

Organized by the Chinatown Collective, the market celebrates the area’s Asian heritage near the site of Baltimore’s old Chinatown. Thousands came out on Saturday to sample a variety of Asian food, watch performances and shop at vendor stands.

Check out our photos.

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2 replies on “The 2019 Charm City Night Market in photos”

  1. with a city that is 60% african american and having had 3 Consecutive afro american women as mayor, why is it that the city looks the way it does, and is in the situation it is, with the leadership it’s had, especially during the women’s generation. This is the same question and topic, raised to mayor Pugh, yet I am African american and Mary bubala is white so why was she fired for the remarks she made. The black community wanted her fired for bringing up what we as a community don’t have the guts to say. And that is there is no leadership in this city, to take this city to where they need to be.

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