Baltimore's pro cycling Bike Jam/Kelly Cup in 2017. Shutterstock
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What to Know About the Maryland Cycling Classic Coming September 2020
For starters, Baltimore's pro cycling event will be more than 100 miles long.
The Chatter

What to Know About the Maryland Cycling Classic Coming September 2020

For starters, Baltimore's pro cycling event will be more than 100 miles long.
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On The Town
Pumpkin Festivals and Farm Events to Fill Your Fall Calendar
From corn mazes to craft beer celebrations, here's how to welcome the season in style.
On The Town

Pumpkin Festivals and Farm Events to Fill Your Fall Calendar

From corn mazes to craft beer celebrations, here's how to welcome the season in style.

Outside World

Outside World

EPA Cuts Funding to Chesapeake Bay Journal

The federal agency cancels grant for the environmental newspaper.

Outside World

Girl Scouts Add New Badges Focused on Science, Tech, Math, and Engineering

New additions include robotics, programming, and mechanical design.

Outside World

Five Things to Know about the Great American Solar Eclipse

For the first time in nearly 100 years, a total solar eclipse will span the country.


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Local Environmentalists and Leaders Advocate for Paris Agreement

Pugh, Plank, Kamenetz, and Blue Water Baltimore commit to fight climate change.

Outside World

Field Notes: Chesapeake Bay Health Improves, Bike to Work Day, and Birdcam Season Soars

A roundup of eco-news from around the area.


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Spike Gjerde’s Sandlot to Open at Harbor Point Next Month

Outdoor site to feature food, volleyball and bocce courts, and a play-space for kids.

Outside World

15 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Plant Sales, Neighborhood Cleanups, and more!

On The Town

Peabody Heights to Release Mr. Trash Wheel Beer

Lost Python Ale, a session IPA, will debut on April 22.


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Pride of Baltimore Celebrates 40 Years

The city's replica schooner kicks off 40th anniversary season this weekend.

Outside World

Q&A with Waterkeeper Angela Haren

Baltimore's new waterkeeper updates us on harbor cleanup efforts.

The Chatter

Field Notes: Spring Cleaning, New Biking Trails, and OPACY Goes Green

A roundup of eco-news from around the area.

The Chatter

BSA Students Traveled to Ghana to Gain Global Perspective

On March 24, they share their experiences through performances and a documentary.

Outside World

Field Notes: Chesapeake Bay gets a C-, Christmas Tree Disposal, and Hogan's Environmental Agenda

A roundup of eco-news from around the area.

The Chatter

Starting the New Year on the Right (and Left) Foot

First Day Hikes have become a popular tradition at Maryland’s state parks.


Outside World

Field Notes: Professor Trash Wheel, Lake Roland, and the Bees' Needs

A roundup of eco-news from around the area.

The Chatter

Meet the Mulder and Scully of Baltimore's X-Files

MIke Frizzell knows it can get real weird out there.

The Chatter

​Eight Hours on Baltimore’s Subway

A report from the lone underground line finds a surprisingly well functioning ride.

The Chatter

Zoo and Aquarium Win Awards for New Exhibits

Penguin Coast and Living Seashore exhibits nab top honors from Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

Outside World

Chesapeake Conservancy Mapping Waterways Like Google-Street View

Nonprofit creating virtual tours from the water, including the Inner Harbor.

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