Post a patriotic photo from your Patch using the hashtag #PatchInauguration on Instagram.
We're starting something new here at Patch, borrowing an idea from social media networks. We're calling it the Weekend PatchTag Project. It's simple. Using your Instagram account, post a photo of patriotism in your community—you know, getting into the spirit of a presidential inauguration and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Tag it with #PatchInauguration and it'll appear in our grid of images on every Patch site in Maryland. It's your chance to show off how patriotic your community is to the rest of the state. Now get to it! Oh, and while you're at it, what's your Instagram handle? Post it in a comment below, and let us know what Patch you live in, and we'll follow you!
The local bakery will be providing the cake for one of only two events President Barack Obama is expected to attend.
Charm City Cakes, based in Remington, will create the cake of the Commander-in-Chief's Ball, one of two events President Barack Obama is expected to attend, according to the Baltimore Sun. Charm City Cakes, and its owner Duff Goldman, became famous after their "reality" television show Ace of Cakes premiered on the Food Network. Earlier this month Goldman sat down for a Q&A with Patch Partners to discuss his strategies as a small business owner: How did you plan to set yourself apart from other bakeries? When i first started, I definitely planned to set myself apart from other bakeries, not necessarily by doing things that were super super different, but by making cakes that were really nice. Back in 2002, in Baltimore, it was really …