Quoted from the Baltimore Sun:
Cookies crumble, but not tour
Union Square homes open for 22nd year
December 10, 2007|By Julie Bykowicz | Julie Bykowicz,SUN REPORTER
Were it not for the Christmas Cookie Tour, Phyllis McKeen said she might never have moved to Union Square in 1985.
She was relocating from New York City and fell in love with a park-front rowhouse on South Stricker Street. And she adored her would-be neighbors, including the Rahl family just a few doors down.
Yesterday, 22 years after the first tour, more than 200 people stopped by the Rahls' house and about two dozen others to nibble cookies while admiring some of the city's most ornate homes.