Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor Swimming Event Scheduled for June 23rd

Inner Harbor Swimming Event Scheduled for June 23rd

| May 20, 2024 | 0 Comments

The public swimming event will accommodate 125 people ages 18 and older in five timed sessions to ensure safety and proper monitoring by Ultimate Watersports, an on-water event management company

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Ecuadorian Tall Ship BAE GUAYAS Docks at the Inner Harbor

Ecuadorian Tall Ship BAE GUAYAS Docks at the Inner Harbor

| May 20, 2024 | 0 Comments

Guayas is a sail training ship of the Ecuadorian Navy. Launched in 1976, it was named in jointly in honor of Chief Guayas, the Guayas river, and Guayas, the first steamship that was constructed in South America in 1841, and is displayed on the Ecuadorian coat of arms.[2] The ship’s home base is Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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Free Outdoor Fitness Returns to the Inner Harbor

Free Outdoor Fitness Returns to the Inner Harbor

| May 16, 2024 | 0 Comments

Led by Baltimore-based fitness professionals, the 2024 Waterfront Wellness classes will be held six days a week across three locations on Baltimore’s waterfront – Harbor Point Plaza, West Shore Park and the Broadway Pier in Fells Point.

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Lineup Announced for ‘Baltimore by Baltimore’ Event Series at the Inner Harbor

Lineup Announced for ‘Baltimore by Baltimore’ Event Series at the Inner Harbor

| May 13, 2024 | 0 Comments

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore announced today the return of Baltimore by Baltimore, a waterfront music and maker festival series, to be held every first Saturday from June 1st through October 5th at Baltimore’s longtime home for public performance, the Inner Harbor Amphitheater.

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Brazilian Tall Ship CISNE BRANCO Arrives at the Baltimore Inner Harbor

Brazilian Tall Ship CISNE BRANCO Arrives at the Baltimore Inner Harbor

| May 13, 2024 | 0 Comments

The Brazilian Navy commissioned a new Tall Ship, a three masted clipper, on February 4th, 2000. The ship is appropriately named “Cisne Branco” – White Swan. Her construction was inspired by the design of the last “Clippers” of the 19th century and, under the guidance of the Brazilian Navy, was built in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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‘Burlington’ Now Open at the Inner Harbor

‘Burlington’ Now Open at the Inner Harbor

| May 6, 2024 | 0 Comments

Burlington, which was long-known as Burlington Coat Factory before shortening its name, opened last week in a 34,000 sq. ft. space at Lockwood Place at 600 E. Pratt St. across from the Inner Harbor. Burlington takes over a third-story space that was has been vacant since Best Buy left in 2012.

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German-Style Wine Village Returning to the Inner Harbor in May

German-Style Wine Village Returning to the Inner Harbor in May

| April 11, 2024 | 0 Comments

Wine Village in Baltimore is modeled after wine villages that pop up in villages across Germany’s wine regions starting every April and May. Wine Village takes inspiration from Germany’s authentic and casual wine traditions, while also featuring some other crowd favorites that come every holiday season from Baltimore’s Christmas Village.

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‘Facci Ristorante’ Opens at 414 Light Street at the Inner Harbor

‘Facci Ristorante’ Opens at 414 Light Street at the Inner Harbor

| April 3, 2024 | 0 Comments

Facci Ristorante, an Italian restaurant with locations in Maple Lawn and Ellicott City, opened its third location at the 414 Light St. tower in Inner Harbor/Otterbein last week. Facci fills a 4,500 sq. ft. space vacated by vegan restaurants Double Zero and Liora.

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‘South Baltimore Music Academy’ Coming to Federal Hill

‘South Baltimore Music Academy’ Coming to Federal Hill

| March 18, 2024 | 0 Comments

South Baltimore Music Academy, a sister location of the Patterson Park Academy of Music, will open on April 8th in Federal Hill. South Baltimore Music Academy is a co-tenant of the 740 Light St. office building with The Therapy Stop and The Well.

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Colombian Tall Ship Coming to the Inner Harbor This Weekend

Colombian Tall Ship Coming to the Inner Harbor This Weekend

| March 13, 2024 | 0 Comments

In 46 years the ARC Gloria has sailed about 808,759 nautical miles, equal to going around the world 117 times, and has acted as the Colombian Embassy in 183 ports in 72 countries, including England, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Morocco, New Zealand, Argentina, and the United States.

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New Program Offers $30 Per Invasive Fish Caught in Baltimore’s Middle Branch

New Program Offers $30 Per Invasive Fish Caught in Baltimore’s Middle Branch

| March 7, 2024 | 0 Comments

Upon successfully catching any of the designated invasive species, participants are asked to collect the fish heads and deliver them to drop-off points on specified days. In exchange, fishers will receive $30 per invasive fish head submitted. This program provides data for invasive species management and supports local fishing communities through financial incentives.

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Monte di Procida: A Small Italian Town with a Huge Presence in Maryland Dining

Monte di Procida: A Small Italian Town with a Huge Presence in Maryland Dining

| March 4, 2024 | 0 Comments

Three of South Baltimore’s newest restaurants–Limoncello Pizzeria, THB Bagelry + Deli, and Facci–have at least one thing in common: The owners all hail from Monte di Procida. This small town outside Naples, Italy not only has a presence in South Baltimore, it has a huge influence on the Italian restaurant industry across Maryland.

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Italian Restaurant ‘Facci’ Coming to the Inner Harbor

Italian Restaurant ‘Facci’ Coming to the Inner Harbor

| February 21, 2024 | 0 Comments

Facci, an Italian restaurant with locations in Maple Lawn and Ellicott City, is opening a third location at the 414 Light St. tower in Inner Harbor/Otterbein. Facci takes over a 4,500 sq. ft. space vacated by vegan restaurants Double Zero and Liora.

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Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Coming to Baltimore June 12th to 18th

Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Coming to Baltimore June 12th to 18th

| February 20, 2024 | 0 Comments

Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Baltimore presented by Northrop Grumman returns to Baltimore City and Baltimore County with an exciting line-up of ship tours, festivals, flyovers, and educational activities, taking place June 12-18, 2024, at the Inner Harbor, Fells Point, North Locust Point, and Martin State Airport.

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‘Kumon Math and Reading Center of Baltimore’ Opens in Otterbein

‘Kumon Math and Reading Center of Baltimore’ Opens in Otterbein

| February 7, 2024 | 0 Comments

Kumon, a mathematics and reading learning center that started in Japan, has opened a location at 575 S. Charles St. on the first floor of the Harbor Court tower. Kumon Math and Reading Center of Baltimore fills a retail space that has been vacant for 17 years.

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Boats Catch Fire This Morning at Canton Marina

Boats Catch Fire This Morning at Canton Marina

| January 31, 2024 | 0 Comments

Around 9am this morning a dark cloud of smoke began rising from the Inner Harbor as multiple boats caught on fire at the Anchorage Marina in Canton. No injuries have been reported.

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Featured Listing: Two-Bedroom Harborview Condo with Panoramic Inner Harbor Views

Featured Listing: Two-Bedroom Harborview Condo with Panoramic Inner Harbor Views

| December 4, 2023 | 0 Comments

“Wake up to panoramic views of the entire harbor; spectacular sunrises and sunsets everyday. Perfect location on the eleventh floor to feel immersed in the waterfront and high enough to have sweeping harbor views.”

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