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.
The wooden plaque in the downtown Baltimore drugstore begins simply, "Mary Katherine Goddard's Print Shop (1777)."
The Baltimore Police Department is investigating the placement of an inflammatory sign on the inside door of a transport van.
Devin Allen says that photography saved his life — two nights in a row.
She did it!
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with cake, ice cream, live music — and a brand-new, free exhibition space.
In hindsight, the photograph taken on April 25 at Camden Yards seems to forecast everything that happened such a short time later.
The author Sam Kean was sure — absolutely positive — that the scientists had gotten it wrong.