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Royal Sonesta Harbor Court, A spectacular location along Baltimore's famed Inner Harbor
Located on the picturesque waterfront, our hotel brings refinement, charm and laid-back style that stands-out among Baltimore, Maryland hotels. Winner of both the AAA Four Diamond Award and TripAdvisor’s 2019 Certificate of Excellence, enjoy being at the center of it all at one of the top-rated hotels in Baltimore. Settle into one of our 203 tastefully appointed guest rooms and suites, stocked with world-class amenities and thoughtful touches with your comfort in mind. Grab a relaxed bite at Explorers–a must-try restaurant among Baltimore hotels, located conveniently onsite. Or venture outside for shopping, dining and local attractions just steps away.
Featuring a conversation about growing up balck and Jewish with Rain Pryor Vane.
Rain Pryor is an award-winning actress, writer, director and comedian. A Los Angeles native, she first came to national prominence in the late 1980s as one of the young stars of the hit TV show, “Head of the Class.”
Rain is the creator of theacclaimed one-woman show, “Fried Chicken and Latkes,” which explores being the offspring of a Jewish mother, Shelley Bonus, and an African-American father, the late comedy icon Richard Pryor, during the 1970s. Rain is currently working with Norman Lear, Olive Bridge Entertainment and MGM on turning “Fried Chicken and Latkes” into a TV series.
In 2012, Rain wasnamed artistic director of Baltimore’s Strand Theater. A political newcomer, she recently announced that she is running for a seat on the Baltimore City Council representing the 3rd District. Rain currently lives in Northeast Baltimore with her husband, Dave Vane, and their 11-year-old daughter, Lotus.