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The Baltimore Tourism Channel

We have the skinny on everything Baltimore, from who has the best garlic bread to time honoured community events! Where to buy berger cookies and the haunts of Edgar Allan Poe This is Baltimore the way the locals know it The inside scoop is here!

Everything you need to know to plan your trip to Baltimore. Reviews, recommendations and must sees in "Charm City" from the people in the know learn where the locals go with links to tourism websites providing detailed information.

Everything you need to know to plan your trip to Baltimore. Reviews, recommendations and must sees in "Charm City"

Attractions: Must dos and sees in Charm City. Our eclectic mix of museums for all ages, hands-on activities, historical sights and art, there will always be something new and different for you to experience here in Baltimore.
Accomodations:Baltimore City boast a variety of accomodation options to meet your needs and budget. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation or a convention or business trip our Hotels, Bed and Breakfast or Corporate Housing in many of our different neighborhoods will work for you.
Dining:Baltimore's restaurants are diverse from high end dining to inexpensive home-style cuisine. Baltimore is known for our seafood, particularly our hardshell blue crabs but with the many ethnic neighborhoods in our city don't miss out what Little Italy, Greek Town and the Polish and German restaurants have to offer listed by neighborhood.

Baltimore Internet Radio's Tourism Channel show schedule:

The Baltimore List
Host: Janice Kaufmann

Show 1: Baltimore Beer Week Uncovered (21:37). Guest Joe Gold founder of Baltimore Beer Week.
Link: Baltimore Beer Week

International Tourism
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: From Barcelona, Spain; Caroline Couret, co-creater and manager of the Creative Tourism Network (33:13), talks about her career and her company, an international organization created with the aim of fostering creative tourism (tourists connecting with local artisans to create a work) around the world.
“Creative tourism is travel directed toward an engaged and authentic experience, with participative learning in the arts, heritage, or special character of a place, and it provides a connection with those who reside in this place and create this living culture” - UNESCO, Creative Cities Network
Link: Creative Tourism Network

Tourism Talk with the Baltimore Tourism Association (BTA)
Host: Chris Riehl, President of Baltimore Rent-A-Tour

The Baltimore Song written by Chris Riehl (4:14)

Baltimore Tourism Association (BTA) Promos:

Promo 1 (00:20) Promo 2 (00:19) Promo 3 (00:14)

Show 1: Intro to Baltimore Tourism Association (12:29) with Nora Campbell, BTA President
Link: Baltimore Tourism Association

Show 2: Ripley's Believe It or Not in Baltimore (14:01) Guest, Nora Campbell- General Manager of Ripley’s in Baltimore
Link: Ripley's Believe It or Not Baltimore

Show 3: Howl at the Moon in Baltimore (11:06) Guest, Jennifer Winters- Sales and Events Manager of Howl at the Moon in Baltimore
Link: Howl at the Moon Baltimore

Show 4: Baltimore Rent-A-Tour (10:00) BTA President Nora Campbell interviews Chris Riehl, President of Baltimore Rent-A-Tour
Link: Baltimore Rent-A-Tour

Show 5: Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower (12:45) Guest, Betsy Stone, Leasing Administrator/Exhibitions, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower talks about its provision of studio spaces for visual and literary artists and the rich history of the tower.
Link: Bromo Seltzer Tower

Show 6:National Aquarium (14:30) Guest, Kate Hendrickson, Media Relations Manager for the National Aquarium talks about their programs and their conservation goals.
Link: National Aquarium

Show 7: Sleep Inn & Suites in Baltimore (10:53) Guest, Sales Manager Tyler Cary talks about the boutique hotel’s amenities it’s close proximity to tourism areas and Johns Hopkins Hospital to include medical tourism.
Link: Sleep Inn & Suites Baltimore

Show 8: Watermark Cruises (13:25) Guest, Director of Sales & Marketing April O’Brien, talks about the Baltimore and Annapolis cruises her company provides and the upcoming season.
Link: Watermark Cruises

Show 9: Urban Pirates (14:05) Guest, General Manager Adam Sahhar, talks about their unique pirate themed cruises and plans for the launch of the new season in April.
Link: Urban Pirates

Show 10: Baltimore Water Taxi (15:10) Laura Anzivino, Director of Sales & Marketing for the Baltimore Water Taxi, a Baltimore tradition for 35 years talks about their routes and what’s coming up in the new season.
Link: Baltimore Water Taxi

Show 11: Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture (16:18) Guest, Helen Yuen, Director of Marketing, talks about the programs they offer that features Maryland’s African American history and culture
Link: Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture

Show 12: Spirit Cruises (13:12) Guest, Beth Sanchez, Director of Sales for Spirit Cruises discusses the Baltimore afternoon and evening cruises and the offerings from their new celebrity chef.
Link: Spirit Cruises

Show 13: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (17:05) Guest, Lesley Malin, Managing Director of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company talks about the company’s move to their new theatre in Baltimore in September 2014, upcoming productions and their ongoing outdoor summer program in Howard County.
Link: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

Tourist on the Spot
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Visiting Tajikistan Investigative Reporters visit Baltimore. (1:05.38)

2013 Annual Holiday Bash to Benefit the National Academy Foundation from the Lord Baltimore Hotel

Interview with Bob Heck, Executive Director of Careers at National Academy Foundation Middle/High School (3:30)
Link: National Academy Foundation of Baltimore

Interview with chairpersons Renee West, Membership Sales and Services Manager, Visit Baltimore and Cori Ramos, ‎President, Cori Ramos & Associates, Event Planning and Management, L.L.C. (2:53)
Links: Visit BaltimoreCori Ramos & Associates

Interview with Paul Wolman, Chairman and CEO, Feats Inc. and NAF Advisory Council (6:15)
Link: Feats Inc.

Main Speech Annual Holiday Bash December 16, 2013 (7:00)

2014 Annual Holiday Bash from the Horseshoe Casino is the Baltimore area hospitality industry's annual holiday party with food from Baltimore's top restaurants, hotels and caterers and live entertainment. All proceeds from the Holiday Bash benefit the National Academy Foundation School of Baltimore, the first high school in the country to integrate five career-based "NAF" programs. Graduates of the Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Academy of Law, Academy of IT, Academy of Finance or Academy of Engineering receive both a national certificate as well as their high school diploma.

Interview with National Academy Foundation's Board Chairman, Alexis Coates (2:43)

Show 3: Dining Dish chats up numerous restaurants and food purveyors at the annual hospitality dine around fundraiser for the National Academy Foundation (22:07) held at Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino on December 8th. Get the holiday scoop from Banditos, Brio, Chipparellis, CityPeek, Johnny Sanchez, The Local Oyster, Mallow Bar, Whole Foods – Harbor East.


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