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Light City 7 Nov 17
More Love! More Lights! Save the date for 2018, April 6-April 21 ✨.
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National Aquarium 17 Apr 18
In honor of , the fluorescent upside down jellies are our Animal of the Week! Zooxanthellae, a form of algae that attaches itself to upside down jellies, give the jellies their color and allow them to fluoresce red under UV light.
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Sree Sreenivasan is covering Covid crisis 20 Apr 18
🚂 is such a civilized way to travel. After my morning workshops in NYC for , I made my way on to Baltimore for . • Wearing my shirt sponsor’s 👔:
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Avajoye Burnett 19 Apr 18
My Story Tonight: party in a tunnel! Omg!!! Awesome!
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Tracey Leong 21 Apr 18
Checking out the exhibit Sun Stomp on the final night of - an electric combo of sound, movement & light to create art!
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The Baltimore Sun 10 Apr 18
Drone racing, dance parties and a giant, illuminated octopus: Here's what's not to miss at 2018.
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Kelsey Kushner Oct 31
If you’re heading out to the Inner Harbor for light city, make sure you stop by the Lit Lounge and take some pictures!! They used an old shopping container and turned it into a selfie station
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Visit Baltimore 10 Apr 18
The festival begins this weekend and the best way to see the light is to stay the night. Book now →
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Mike Schuh Storyteller 12 Apr 18
Shooting a story with Denise about how to shoot a story. Project for a Lab.
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Mike Schuh Storyteller Nov 2
The pattern of these 12 inflated lighted flower umbrellas is controlled by 12 electricity generating cycles... and their exhausted spinners rotating in and out at the perimeter.
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Mike Schuh Storyteller 17 Apr 18
NextGen- Happy to spend the morning training young as they embark on a week long Lab to cover the daily speakers
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Diane Horvath, MD, MPH 💖💜💙 Nov 1
friends - if you're headed to tonight, DO NOT MISS this opportunity to see the amazing and in the radical bookfair pavilion.
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Vanessa Herring 6 Apr 18
Replying to @VanessaHerring
Second parade of the day, this one is in Little Italy!
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Leana Wen, M.D. 19 Apr 18
We believe in evidence and science based initiatives at to reduce inequity and produce better public health outcomes for our City.
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Vanessa Herring 6 Apr 18
Replying to @VanessaHerring
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Devin Smith Nov 2
Checking out Light City in Baltimore, some awesome exhibits and in correlation with Baltimore Book fesival, so picked up some reading material
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Light City Oct 22
"I’m hoping that the community that I’m in gets to represent more of the community as we go forward. I want it to be better,” said artist in this recent interview with on
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Leana Wen, M.D. 19 Apr 18
Public health can be a powerful tool in eradicating injustice. We have to start somewhere. For us, this is about saving lives and promoting well-being for all of our residents.
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Meg McNamara 21 Apr 18
See you on for the special! ✨🎆✨
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Light City 15 Nov 17
Can’t wait! Don’t forget: Organizations, events & other arts/culture-related programming can apply to be featured in our Fringe directory. Details:
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