NEW YORK — It turns out the bombs bursting in air over Washington for PBS’ presentation of “A Capitol Fourth” were, at least in part, reruns. The public broadcasting service said Tuesday that it should have informed viewers that footage ...Read More »
Less than a few hundred people will be responsible for the security, music and fireworks display for tens of thousands who will convene at the Inner Harbor and around the city July 4 to celebrate Independence Day.Read More »
They’re baaaack! A week before the big event, the familiar lines of chairs have started to sprout along Frederick Road in Catonsville saving spots for the annual Fourth of July Parade, set to begin at 3 p.m. on America’s Birthday. ...Read More »
SALISBURY — Fireworks will return to skies over Salisbury this July Fourth, but the display isn’t getting any funding from the city council. The Daily Times of Salisbury reports the council defeated a measure Tuesday to contribute $5,000 to the ...Read More »
SALISBURY — The skies over Salisbury will be lit up this July Fourth. Mike Dunn, the former city council president and the event organizer, says the city hasn’t had Independence Day fireworks in about eight years, and it’s time to ...Read More »
This may be one of my favorite posts so far to write. Mostly because I still get giddy over fireworks. The cacophony of fireworks and constant Sousa, popcorn and fried food smells… It’s the best. We won’t provide an entirely ...
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Volunteers from Morgan Stanley’s Baltimore office took part in a clean-up effort last week to help get a head start on making the Inner Harbor healthier by 2020. Volunteers worked with Waterfront Partnership staff to prepare for Baltimore’s Fourth of ...Read More »