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National Aquarium Baltimore

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  • City converts streetlights to energy-saving LEDs

    City converts streetlights to energy-saving LEDs
    Going block by block, crews in bucket trucks are converting 70,000 city streetlights from sodium vapor lights to long-lasting, energy-saving LEDs. The bright side: Baltimore expects to reap an annual savings of $1.9 million on its electric bill and $275,...
  • The Inner Harbor: Pure pleasure 365 days a year

    A recent article described so clearly the value of the Inner Harbor and how it is a 365-day experience ("Ships or cars?" Sept. 8). No trees to cut down, no road closures, no barriers to put up — and no sorting out the finances (or lack thereof)...
  • Baltimore Diner: Langermann's adds Light Street location

    Baltimore Diner: Langermann's adds Light Street location
    Call it Langermann's Junior. The same team behind Langermann's in Canton — chef Neal Langermann and partners David McGill and Mark Lasker — have opened a new restaurant, just south of Federal Hill, in South Baltimore. The location, 1542...
  • Benjamin C. Whitten, city educator

    Benjamin C. Whitten, city educator
    Benjamin C. Whitten, a prominent Baltimore educator and community activist who served as president of the Baltimore Urban League, died Sept. 21 of cancer at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Morgan Park resident was 89. "Ben was a true giant in the...
  • Spurring kids' knowledge of Judaism through reading, music

    Spurring kids' knowledge of Judaism through reading, music
    Michelle Damareck's 3-year-old daughter has been singing "The Itsy-Bitsy Spider" in Hebrew, and her 5-year-old son has been learning the lessons of the Ten Commandments, thanks to a program that delivers Jewish-themed books and CDs to their home every...
  • O.C. dolphin count lower than last year

    O.C. dolphin count lower than last year
    For beachgoers, seeing dolphins in the water off Ocean City is always a treat, but this year's annual dolphin count came up short, which could mean getting a glimpse of the animals may be more difficult. The National Aquarium Marine Animal Rescue Program...
  • Marine biology focus helps Towson grad net fisherman scholarship

    Marine biology focus helps Towson grad net fisherman scholarship
    A recent Towson High School graduate's passion for marine biology has netted him a little extra scholarship money for college from the Maryland Saltwater Sportfisherman's Association. And when he begins classes in the fall at the University of Miami,...
  • Grand Prix of Baltimore aims to avoid problems of 2011 race

    Grand Prix of Baltimore aims to avoid problems of 2011 race
    Although organizers of this year's Grand Prix of Baltimore got a late start — taking over with a little more than 100 days to spare — they say the event will run more smoothly because of lessons learned from last year. Over the past few...
  • Fleet Street Kitchen chefs kick off aquarium's dining series

    Fleet Street Kitchen chefs kick off aquarium's dining series
    The National Aquarium resumes its Fresh Thoughts series on Sept. 25 with Chris Becker, executive chef, and Omar Semidey, chef de cuisine, of the soon-to-be opened Fleet Street Kitchen. Fresh Thoughts: A Sustainable Seafood Series features educational...
  • National Aquarium offers ticket deal during Grand Prix

    The National Aquarium announced Monday that it would issue a special Grand Prix-week ticket that will allow guests to visit the venue as many times as they like for seven consecutive days. The seven-day ticket can be purchased online at aqua.org or at...
  • Sea turtles leave Baltimore after winter rehabilitation

    Sea turtles leave Baltimore after winter rehabilitation
    Three endangered sea turtles that spent the winter in Baltimore departed Saturday evening, joining a caravan of at least 43 others bound for Florida's warm waters and a return to their natural habitat. The three turtles — Chet, Biff and Two-Bit &#...
  • Camp St. Vincent caters to Baltimore's homeless youth

    Camp St. Vincent caters to Baltimore's homeless youth
    From the outside, Camp St. Vincent looks like many other summer camps. There are crafts and reading along with plenty of time to play outside, and campers beat the heat with a dip in the pool. But the reality of these kids’ everyday lives is...