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Truly a Miracle on 34th Street

We have all seen the movie “Miracle on 34th Street”, in which one little girl believed in the spirit of Christmas. The residents of the 700 block of 34th Street in Hampden obviously believe in the beauty of Christmas lights. For many years, these residents have been putting up extensive Christmas lights on their row houses and creating their own miracle on 34th Street.

Christmas Parade

Elvis impersonators, big fish, Shriners, beauty queens, floats: It must be the Annual Christmas Parade in Hampden!

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A Little Food for Thought, Hon: You can’t miss Café Hon, with the larger-than-life pink flamingo hanging on the outside of the building.

Mamie's Café.: When out in Hampden, a historical urban section of an old mill town in Baltimore, make sure you stop in at Mamie's Café on West 36th Street. Mamie's combines food and history like no other place in Hampden.

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Ron Shapiro: Learn why Ron Shapiro moved into Baltimore and why we likes Hampden so much.

Shopping on the Strip: Just let your checkbook do the talking. Hampden is an area made for shopping.

Skin: the Natural Canvas: The Baltimore Tattoo Museum.

Take a Walk through Hampden: Tour Hampden via video.

Welcome to Main Street, Hon: Visit 36th Street ('The Avenue'), shop around, and eat at Café Hon.