The National Aquarium is diving headfirst into Shark Week this year, partnering with the Discovery Channel to offer shark-themed educational events.
The channel's Shark Week, which debuted in 1988, drew more than 40 million viewers hungry for more information on the predators last year. Now, aquarium visitors -- in person and online -- can get in on the action.
Today through Wednesday, members of...Read more
"House of Cards" is adding some starpower for Season 4 with Neve Campbell ("Party of Five") joining the cast as a regular.
The series, which has resumed filming here this month for a February drop on Netflix, ended Season 3 with Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) leaving Frank (Kevin Spacey) with an election looming. Both Spacey and Wright will return for Season 4.
Neither Netflix nor the producers are...Read more
The first challenge on this week's "WWE Tough Enough" involved swimming through the Everglades, which they were told were infested with gators among other animals, to retrieve an NXT title belt and come back. Dianna was the first person to get back, winning yet another challenge. Tanner was once again the first guy back for the guys, but only because Josh didn't know where the finish...Read more
We begin with two reminders that no one needed: first, that Kaitlyn and Nick from Andi’s season bumped uglies, and second, that Shawn B., fancy socks and all, is a very bad combination of jealous and insecure. And he didn’t even go to Princeton.
While Kaitlyn, Shawn and his fancy socks all sit on the same couch Kaitlyn and Nick were getting busy on the night before, Shawn asks Kaitlyn if she’s in...Read more
Transgender children and their parents face unprecedented medical choices these days. "Puberty-blocking" drugs can stave off biological changes. Hormones — either estrogen or testosterone — can help patients acquire the characteristics of the gender they identify with.
But how is a child entering puberty — or the parents for that matter — supposed to make an informed decision about taking such drugs,...Read more
Has the Baltimore dating scene failed you? Here's your chance to find love on a nationally televised scale.
ABC's "The Bachelor" is looking for men and women in the Baltimore area to fill its singular "bachelor" and 15-20 eligible "bachelorette" roles for the show's next season.
The ABC2 Bachelor and Bachelorette Casting Call Party will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. July 9 at Maryland Live Casino...Read more