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August 14, 2022
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Category: Arts & Entertainment

Checking in with The Black Genius Art Show

For Black Business Month, we’re highlighting the inaugural Downtown BOOST businesses. Today, we check in with Bryan Robinson of The Black Genius Art Show, who is making waves in Baltimore’s arts community.

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Celebrate Juneteenth Weekend in Baltimore

On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans in Texas were told they were free. A century and a half later, people across the country continue to commemorate this important day, which is now a federal holiday. Here are some ideas of how you can celebrate Juneteenth in Baltimore this weekend.

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Where to Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day in Downtown Baltimore

Whether you’re actually Irish, or you’re just in it for the beer — here are a few spots worth checking out for St. Patrick’s Day in Downtown Baltimore.

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Take a Walk Outdoors Day: Our Favorite Strolls in Downtown Baltimore

In honor of Take A Walk Outdoors Day, we’re highlighting our five favorite walks to take in Downtown Baltimore.

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Monument Lighting Recap, Plus #50YearsOfCheer Photo Gallery

View photos from the 50th Anniversary Monument Lighting Celebration, Presented by BGE, which marked the end of an era for Downtown Partnership of Baltimore.

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Where to Watch Labor Day Fireworks in Baltimore

Baltimore City, The Mayor’s Office, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and Waterfront Partnership are partnering to bring a little extra sizzle to the end of Summer. On Sunday, September 5th, fireworks will adorn the Inner Harbor at 8:30pm.

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More to Explore: Mt. Vernon & Charles Center

Looking for things to do in Baltimore? Spend an upcoming weekend exploring Downtown’s historic Mt. Vernon and Charles Center neighborhoods.

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Downtown’s Charles Street Promenade is Here to Stay

teamed up with communities up and down Charles Street to close Baltimore’s most historic thoroughfare to all automobile traffic for a pedestrian takeover.

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Popular Baltimore Venues Discuss the Return of Live Audiences

Leaders from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, The Hippodrome Theatre, and Power Plant Live join Downtown Partnership’s May 11  Downtown Download webinar. Panelists include Donna Drew Sawyer, CEO of the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, Ron Legler, President of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, and Sal Di Giorgio, Facilities Director for the Cordish Companies’ Power Plant Live in Baltimore.

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