More than 4,000 of Rear Adm. Edgar Keats' biggest fans sang "Happy Birthday" to him Friday afternoon.
In celebration of Black History Month, museums, playhouses and other cultural institutions throughout the Baltimore area have prepared exhibits, lectures, plays, musical performances and other events touching on the African-American experience in the Free State. From the Buffalo Soldiers at...
Orioles closer Zach Britton is getting ready for his fifth FanFest this weekend, and he can't wait.
A century-old time capsule, recently discovered at Baltimore's Washington Monument, will be on display at the Walters Art Museum until it is opened in late May.
Immersive theater experience coming to Mount Vernon
Leaping into a near-frozen Chesapeake Bay in the middle of January might not seem like everyone's idea of a good time. But Logan Tratnyek can't wait.
What if "The Wire" had been set in increasingly gentrified Brooklyn? "Saturday Night Live" examined such a cross-cultural mutation on Saturday's show, with a short film starring Kenan Thompson, Jay Pharoah and host Kevin Hart as three corner boys bragging about their exploits -- with a...
A hero of the macabre since his days playing patriarch Gomez on "The Addams Family," Baltimore native John Astin has long been a devotee of Edgar Allan Poe.