Five projects share 2015 PNC Transformative Art Prize
Museum also announces committee to conduct an international search for a new director
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby gets the Vogue treatment this month in an article titled "Meet Marilyn Mosby: The Baltimore Prosecutor in the Eye of the Storm."
Frederick Douglass would have loved Baltimore's African American Festival. Artartus Jenkins is sure of that — and he should know, having portrayed the ardent abolitionist for more than 30 years.
Blaze Starr, the West Virginia-born stripper and burlesque queen who became a fixture on Baltimore's Block beginning in the 1950s and whose in-the-open affair with Louisiana Governor Earl Long was made into the 1989 movie "Blaze," will be laid to rest Friday following funeral services in a Warfield,...
Blaze Starr, the performer who brought to The Block a playful version of stripping that combined the flair of an entertainer and the attitude of a satirist, died Monday at a hospital in Williamson, W.Va. She was 83.
Selfie sticks, those extendable poles that make it easier for the self-absorbed to take even more and better photos of themselves, are slowly making their way to Baltimore. But not everyone is greeting them with open — or extended — arms.
Baltimore's Jason Kidd is giving "So You Think You Can Dance" a second try -- and he's already made the first cut.