Miracle on 34th Street Lights

Caroline Schumann

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On Saturday, Nov. 26, on 34th Street, located in the Hampden section of Baltimore, lights were hung on the homes of residents there as they prepare for the holiday season.

Stringing up lights on this street has been a tradition ever since the man himself, Bob Hosier, who started it all as a teenager who lived in Northeast Baltimore, placed a string of lights on his tree in the family yard. Over the years, more and more lights were incorporated and the rest is history! It truly is an incredible sight to see.

“It’s a great place to go with your family,” says sophomore Julian Vazquez. “People share their joy and welcome strangers to come see what makes them the happiest around the holidays. I love it!”

Another junior at Bel Air, Ava Barnhart, says the thing that she enjoys most about the lights is the “magic-looking feel of the warmth, and welcome from the people who are perpetuating this ongoing tradition”.

Don’t miss out on the lights! You can catch them every day until Dec. 31, from 5:15 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Bring your family and friends, and have fun!

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