Maryland Live gave away a licensed replica of the Batmobile from the '60s-era "Batman" television series this spring. At 10:04 p.m. Friday, it held a drawing for a replica of the DeLorean time machine from the "Back to the Future" movies.
Kevin Plank's Sagamore Development Co. can use land owned by a unit of the National Aquarium in Port Covington for a planned technology incubator nearby, under a new agreement.
Laura Crump climbed a tree. Shirley Rivens traveled from Washington to stand in the muck. Diane Huntley came from Fredericksburg, Va., only to lose a shoe in the tidal marsh.
More than a half-century after the first Gino's opened in Baltimore, its co-founder found himself singing the old fast-food outlet's jingle Monday as he reflected on what makes a successful restaurant chain.
Many slot machines on casino floors bear images of faded but recognizable movies or TV shows such as "Sex and the City," "Ghostbusters" or the still-running "Wheel of Fortune," appealing to an older generation of players who reliably play the random games of chance.
Under Armour said Tuesday it is partnering with USA Boxing to outfit team members. The arrangement is effective immediately -- American boxers wore the Baltimore-based company’s uniforms and footwear last weekend at the Pan American Games in Canada.
Under Armour’s fledgling golf brand got another big boost at the British Open -- even if their posterboy fell just one shot short of joining the dramatic three-way playoff that capped Monday’s final round.
Gov. Larry Hogan entered a Baltimore hospital Sunday for his second round of chemotherapy treatment, as well-wishers prayed, sang and left him handwritten notes during a Harford County vigil that organizers pledged to repeat around the state.