It's Miracle on 34th Street, Hon
Between Thanksgiving and New Year, the row-houses on the 700 block on 34th Street in Baltimore are set ablaze with strings of bright lights and over-the-top decorations. This tradition, named “Miracle on 34th Street," occurs annually in the bohemian, blue-collar neighborhood of Hampden. What started as one neighbor decking out his front yard over 60 years ago has turned into a whole block partaking in the fervor.
By Lara Dalinsky, AFAR Local Expert
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