Tyler is one of five Americans to make the list in the second year U.S. authors have qualified
Edgy cover was created by former Mica student Na Kim
A man who identified himself as a gang leader got the chance to tell the world Saturday that even though he's been to prison, it doesn't mean that he doesn't love his city.
The fear in Ta-Nehisi Coates' new book is pervasive. It almost perceptibly coats the pages and clings to the skin.
The Baltimore-born author Ta-Nehisi Coates came to Baltimore on Wednesday night to launch his second book — about the roots of violence against black Americans — three months after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal injury while riding in a police van.
The Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse is as charming as it is incongruous.
John Minadakis, the co-owner of Jimmy's Famous Seafood in Dundalk, isn't backing down from comments he posted on Twitter taking aim at the Subway sandwich chain and former spokesman Jared Fogle.
Under cloudy skies Saturday evening, Baltimore's Inner Harbor was teeming with visitors along water that was being crisscrossed by paddle boats, a pirate ship, water taxis and cruise vessels before the Fourth of July fireworks show.