As Harborplace turns 30, we examine the past, present, and future of the famous waterfront marketplace.
On an Indian-summer afternoon in September 1976, two men held a working lunch at the Inner Harbor. They chatted over tomato sandwiches, sipped Cokes, and watched a mini-armada of sailing dinghies...
The city's newest tourism chief may finally be justifying the millions the city has spent on the Convention Center.
Tom Noonan raised his wine glass as the aroma of lamb and onions drifted from the kitchen toward his guests. In Manhattan's trendy Culinary Loft on a warm April evening, the Baltimore tourism honcho...
Part of our "100 Years: The Twelve Events That Shaped Baltimore" series
Mention the much-ballyhooed renaissance of Baltimore's downtown, and what names come to mind? The guess here is that in most any roomful of random Baltimoreans, the two names most likely to pop up...
Thomas Noonan—the city’s new tourism czar—wants the rest of the U.S. to get in on Baltimore.
We asked the new President and CEO of the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association (BACVA) about his plans to sell Charm City, and what worked at his last job in Dallas.