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Why Baltimore Is The Coolest City On The East Coast And The New Millennial Hotspot

  Baltimore's "impressive rise in young entrepreneurs has unleashed a whole new set of attractions - from its budding art and culture scene to its award-winning culinary, quirky neighbourhoods and fascinating history - not to mention the infectious crab craze, and electric nightlife," according to a new article put out...

Bbj’s Top Tourist Attractions In Greater Baltimore!

Summer is the perfect time of year to explore all the amazing attractions the city of Baltimore has to offer. Highlighting some of Charm City’s most popular draws, the Baltimore Business Journal created an online tour of the “Top 25 Tourist Attractions in Greater Baltimore.”   [caption id="attachment_7163" align="alignnone" width="499"]...

Suzi Cordish Curates An Exciting Collection At The Live Hotel

About 30 miles outside of Baltimore, Maryland's Live! Casino & Hotel in Arundel Mills enjoys the distinction of being the area’s No. 1 tourist attraction with 10 million visitors in 2017. That attention has not gone unnoticed by Live Hotel’s developer and Cordish Cos. CEO, David Cordish. Cordish has enlisted...

Rockefeller Sales Total $832.6 Million — Highest Ever For A Single Collection!

Courtesy of Christies.com   The most significant charity auction ever staged, The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller is 100 per cent sold   After a six-month campaign, 10 days of online sales and three days of dynamic live auctions at Christie’s Rockefeller Center HQ, the total for the 1,500 objects comprising The...

The Collection Of Peggy And David Rockefeller Sets World Auction Records At Christie’s

  "Eventually all these objects which have brought so much pleasure to Peggy and me will go out into the world and will again be available to other caretakers who, hopefully, will derive the same satisfaction and joy from them as we have over these past several decades." — David...

Light City: Baltimore’s Festival Of Light Returns For A Third Year

Running from April 14 – April 21, Baltimore’s one-of-a-kind art festival, Light City has returned in 2018 with new installations bedecking the Inner Harbor and surrounding neighborhoods. The 2018 BGE Light Art Walk, the 1.5-mile immersive centerpiece of the festival, boasts 21 new exhibits as well as numerous performances, concerts,...

Hubble Bisbee & The Old Line Society Present: The Old Line Calcutta

Hubble Bisbee is extremely proud to support The Old Line Society and the critical mission of The Valleys Planning Council as Presenting Sponsor for The Old Line Calcutta on Grand National Eve! Open to all ages and featuring heavy hors d'oeuvres, live music, an open bar and plenty of delicious Southsides, the Calcutta cocktail party will...

A Look Inside The American “versailles”

Courtesy of Christie's International Real Estate   Meticulously restored and luxuriously updated, this Jacobean estate marries two centuries to create a one-of-a-kind home just 25 miles from Manhattan   A unique mansion of pure Jacobean precedent, Darlington was commissioned in the early 1900s at the behest—and instruction to “spare no expense”—of businessman...

Forbes Names Baltimore One Of The 10 Coolest Cities To Visit In 2018

Growing positive interest in our great city continued last month when Baltimore was cited as one of the 10 Coolest U.S. Cities to Visit in 2018 by Forbes Magazine.   Travel blogger Ann Abel surveyed high-end travel designers to discover their favorite domestic haunts. The responses included an exciting array...

Bygone: Baltimore’s Exquisite New 5-star Locale!

  With a logo that instantly evokes scenes of parties hosted by Jay Gatsby in East Egg, Bygone, Baltimore’s new 5-Star rated restaurant, achieves the highest standards in altitude, quality and presentation. Perched on the 29th floor of the Four Seasons in Harbor East, Bygone enjoys unparalleled views of the...

Baltimore Is No. 15 On New York Times List Of Places To Visit In 2018

Cited among some of the most interesting and exciting places on earth, Baltimore makes a splash at number 15 on The New York Times "Places to Go in 2018" In January, The New York Times released a beautifully curated interactive feature presenting 52 cities across the globe its readers should visit in 2018....

Cloud Cities At The Bma With Tomás Saraceno

“Tomás Saraceno’s (b.1973, Argentina) oeuvre could be seen as an ongoing research, informed by the worlds of art, architecture, natural sciences, astrophysics and engineering; his floating sculptures, community projects and interactive installations propose and explore new, sustainable ways of inhabiting and sensing the environment.”[1]   Upon entering the East Lobby of...

Once In A Lifetime: Christie’s Vintage Patek Philippe Selling Exhibition

Courtesy of Christie's Exceptionally rare Patek Philippe watches, including many fresh-to-market pieces, will be available for purchase between 13 and 23 July at Christie’s in New York — with prices ranging from $5,000 to well over $5 million Christie’s Patek Philippe selling exhibition in New York — which runs from...

Gourmet Escapes: 5 Vacations For 2018

Courtesy of Christie's International Real Estate Looking to book a gourmet escape in 2018? Let these exceptional destinations tempt you. With kitchens led by Michelin-starred chefs, inspiring cooking courses, and an abundance of fresh local produce—not to mention stunning locations that are perfect for gatherings large and small—there's a place for every...

Ladew: A Garden Unlike Any Other In Maryland

Driving along the lush, rolling hills and pastures of Jarrettsville Pike, it’s almost easy to pass by the entrance of Ladew Gardens. What the nondescript entry hides, however, is a fairy tale garden unlike any in Maryland. Described by the Garden Club of America as “the most outstanding topiary garden...

Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi Makes Auction History

Courtesy of Christie's The rediscovered masterpiece by the Renaissance master sells for an historic $450,312,500, obliterating the previous world record for the most expensive work of art at auction. Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale totals $785,942,250. On a historic night at Christie’s in New York, Salvator Mundi, a depiction of Christ as ‘Saviour...

5 Homes With Spectacular Private Libraries

Courtesy of Christie's International Real Estate   Ahead of Christie’s Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts on Dec. 5, Luxury Defined spotlights five elegant homes for bibliophiles. A trove of literary treasures is on offer at Christie’s forthcoming Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts sale in New York. Collectors will find an archive of unpublished J.D....

Travel & Leisure: “how Baltimore Quietly Became The Coolest City On The East Coast”

As many residents can attest, Baltimore is an incredible city.. While bursting at the seams with culture and quirkiness, Baltimore is often underestimated on the national stage or overshadowed by some of its larger neighbors. It is exciting, then, when an esteemed publication such as Travel & Leisure presents such...

Essentials For The Modern Equestrian Center

Courtesy of Christie's International Real Estate   These architects aim to understand the horse as a client as much as the property owner when designing estates with equestrian facilities. London-based architect Seth Stein took a somewhat unconventional approach when he began work on the groundbreaking Merricks Equestrian Centre in Australia’s Mornington...

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