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Gridiron Greats: From Johnny U. to the Turkey Bowl, Baltimore’s pigskin history is long and illustrious. You’ll learn about some of the nation’s oldest high school rivalries, the glory days of the Baltimore Colts, and the resurgence of pro football with the arrival of the Baltimore Ravens.
Love is in the Air: Paris may be the most romantic city in the world, but Baltimore has its share of amorous affairs. From the Charm City socialite that caused a king to give up his crown to the heiress who had her own aspirations of royalty, you’ll fall in love with this program.
Erin Go Bragh: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and learn how thousands of immigrants arrived from Ireland throughout the 19th Century and helped build a nation. Learn about the indispensable role these Irish workers played in the building of the America’s first railroad, the mighty B&O.
Play Ball: Baltimore’s baseball history didn’t start when the Orioles arrived in 1954. The city’s history with the National Pastime actually dates back to the late 19th century. You’ll also hear the story of the juvenile delinquent born in West Baltimore who would go on to become the game’s most prolific home run hitter: George Herman “Babe” Ruth.
Scavenger Hunt: How many semingly ordinary items in your home or office have a connection to Baltimore? Find out with this fun and informative program that gets you on your feet and away from your screen.
Fighting for Freedom: Baltimoreans have played a pivotal role in the struggle for civil rights throughout the course of our nation’s history. From Frederick Douglass’s harrowing escape from slavery to Thurgood Marshall’s tireless advocacy in court, this presentation celebrates these American heroes, and many others.
Independent Spirit: What role did Maryland and Baltimore play during the American Revolution and the fight for independence? Learn all about our city’s star-spangled history with this patriotic program.
The Monumental City: Baltimore is believed to have more monuments and memorials per capita than any other U.S. city. We’ll explore a few of these impressive landmarks and the remarkable stories behind them with this program.
Star-Spangled City: In September of 1814 one of the world’s mightiest navies sailed up the Patapsco River and came within range of Ft. McHenry at the southern tip of Baltimore. A furious assault followed with the survival of the city at stake. Learn how a determined group of Baltimoreans helped win a war and inspire a nation’s anthem.