| Jun 6, 2014
| 4:19 PM
Residents of Federal Hill were being asked to move their parked cars off Riverside Avenue on Friday evening after a small sinkhole developed.
The sinkhole, in the 1000 block of Riverside, was reportedly only about a foot wide.
| May 13, 2014
| 8:56 AM
At Sunday's Art Outside event, local artists and crafters will gather at Druid Hill Park in a revival of sorts of the city's free al-fresco community art festivals of the 1950s and 1960s.
Among the artists will be 28-year-old Brian Behm, also a designer...
| Jun 9, 2014
| 2:57 PM
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore recently redesigned its website as part sales pitch and part guide.
The reworked site offers information about community news, events, where to live, eat, shop and where to park in an effort to draw more people to...
| May 15, 2014
| 3:27 PM
From his seat at a Federal Hill restaurant, surrounded by friends, Steele Stanwick had a funny feeling as he watched his younger brother Wells in Johns Hopkins' 14-8 victory at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament Sunday.
| Jun 3, 2014
| 11:35 AM
When Nick Schauman was a toddler, his grandfather, Larry Hunton, taught him how to eat raw oysters. Hunton let his grandson tag along on trips to Lexington Market, where the duo would sit at the raw bar (Schauman sat on top of it) and slurp down oysters...
| Jun 10, 2014
| 12:34 PM
Second of two parts; read first article here.
Brian McComas can't quite remember the first oyster he ever ate, but he guesses that before swallowing the slippery seafood, he was "a bit apprehensive."
McComas, who with wife Jennifer owns the Ryleigh'...
| Jun 10, 2014
| 5:21 PM
A Baltimore County developer has assembled three blocks of industrial buildings, empty lots and homes in the Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood, with plans to build a $250 million project with apartments, offices and stores between Federal Hill and M&T Bank...
| Jun 11, 2014
| 7:57 PM
Derek Woodward can remember how local sports fans reacted to the 1994 World Cup, the first and only time the quadrennial soccer event was held in the United States.
Despite games being played as nearby as Washington's RFK Stadium, few casual fans knew...
| May 19, 2014
| 4:54 PM
After the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore opens later this year, the city needs to figure out how to spend an estimated windfall of at least $15 million a year meant for the neighborhoods around the casino.
Officials and community members said they want to...
| May 28, 2014
| 11:30 AM
Date: March 29
Her story: Annabelle Alberts, 30, grew up in Detroit. She lived in New York City for 31/2 years before moving to Maryland in September 2012. She is the manager of marketing for Deloitte Forensic in Baltimore. Her parents, Marcia and...
| Jun 13, 2014
| 3:25 AM
Mid-week socializing used to involve bowling shoes or secret handshakes. Now bowling leagues and fraternal associations have some serious competition. Trivia Night.
The Towson area is home to more than 20 of them. For two hours a week, at restaurants...
| May 29, 2014
I bring Maya Angelou along today because news of her death made millions of us think of her voice — we can all hear that voice — but mostly because I think she belongs here. I have a couple of small stories to share, and while they stand alone...