Keep on giving, Baltimore!
Picture this: You, tired, trudging through a jam-packed mall. Children. Lots of screaming children. Harried people, pushing into your way at the clothing rack. Christmas music.
Now picture this: None of it happening. With this year's b gift guide, none of it has to. Everything is local. No malls, so ditch that scary idea. Yes, it can be done.
We've got some suggestions for pretty much everyone on your list: fashionistas, foodies, techies -- even parents who say they don't want anything (don't believe them).
So breathe a deep sigh of relief. Consider this our gift to you -- and your sanity. -- By Jordan Bartel, Wesley Case, Sam Sessa and John-John Williams IV (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun /November 19, 2012)
If you wander over to the Holiday Craft Market on Center Plaza, there will be food for you.
The market and Christmas tree sale, designed for the busy schedule of Baltimore's downtown office workers, features 35 craft and food vendors selling fine art, handmade crafts and gifts. There will be live entertainment and food from Momo Thai, Blacksauce Kitchen, Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffee & Smoothies, Ruben's Crepes and Nutty Senstations.
The Holiday Craft Market is held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday on Center Plaza, with extended evening hours on Wednesday from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
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