| Sep 21, 2012
| 8:35 AM
Baltimore's hidden global cuisine will be featured on Friday night's installment of the Cooking Channel's culinary travel show "Eden Eats." On Friday's episode, which airs at 10 p.m., host Eden Grinshpan will have 24 hours in Baltimore to "eat her way...
| Sep 29, 2012
| 1:04 PM
In her singsong voice, Sarah Moses asked the nervous 22-year-old Colombian man questions about American civics and culture: What is the name of the national anthem? At what age may a citizen vote? Why does the American flag have 13 stripes?
| Apr 17, 2012
| 12:56 PM
Under Armour's proposal to double the size of its Locust Point headquarters in South Baltimore has been sent to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for final approval.
The Baltimore City Council on Monday night approved changes that would allow the $1 billion...
| Apr 19, 2012
| 3:54 PM
In 15 years, Baldwin's Station has gone from the start-up stage to the forefront of fine dining.
On Monday, April 16, the Sykesville restaurant was named Maryland's Favorite Restaurant for 2012 at the 58th McCormick and Company Stars of the Industry...
| Apr 16, 2012
| 4:40 PM
Once students hurled computers out the windows at Calverton Middle School, but today they are learning on state-of-the-art technology that has flooded into the West Baltimore school. Once teachers couldn't wait to transfer out of a place where students...
| Apr 17, 2012
| 1:47 PM
Maryland energy regulators on Tuesday adopted new regulations designed to improve electric service and reliability in the state.
For the past year, the Maryland Public Service Commission has been working to improve new reliability performance standards...
| Apr 17, 2012
| 2:35 PM
Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a post on nutrition topics for The Baltimore Sun's Picture of Health blog (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth). This week, Faith Hicks weighs in on encouraging kids to eat...
| Apr 25, 2012
| 5:13 PM
Macy Bokhari felt anonymous at the University of Maryland, College Park, and disconnected from the professors to whom she looked for inspiration.
So before her first semester was up, she adjusted her sights to another state university, up the...
| Apr 30, 2012
| 2:34 PM
Businesses in China and India, the emerging markets that Gov. Martin O'Malley has been trawling for trade relationships, are beginning to bite.
This month, the governor announced the opening of a Chinese bank in Baltimore and conducted a forum for Indian...
| Jul 28, 2012
| 1:24 PM
Cynthia Earl Kerman, a retired Villa Julie College faculty member who wrote biographies of a Quaker economist and a Harlem Renaissance writer, died of pneumonia July 22 at the Glen Meadows retirement community. She was 89 and had lived in Lauraville....
| May 16, 2012
| 11:58 AM
Students in Hereford High School's Key Club had a chance to see the difference they made in the lives of people living across the globe.
The club's 60 members had collected used eyeglasses, sunglasses, coloring books, candy and small toys for OneSight, a...
| May 30, 2012
| 3:02 PM
Synagogues and schools line Park Heights Avenue in Pikesville — Temple Oheb Shalom, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation and the Shoshana S. Cardin School, among them. Nearby is the nation's largest kosher grocery store, and signs promoting Jewish...