Over three decades running Pierpoint restaurant in Fells Point, chef Nancy Longo has made countless crab cakes, including smoked and gluten free versions. Is columnist Dan Rodricks' mashup good enough to make the menu?
The Baltimore Orioles encouraged baseball fans to have patience as the organization works to rebuild from the bottom up. Another few years of losses might help the team position itself for long-term success.
After a summer-long work stoppage and public back-and-forths with management, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians rejected a pair of contract proposals that would have returned them to Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Its future now appears more uncertain than ever.
Sun education reporters Liz Bowie and Talia Richman join Newsroom Edition host Pamela Wood to take a deep dive into the implications of the PARCC test results and review this year’s key education issues to follow.
On Baltimore streets for over a year, dockless scooters are no longer a novelty. And, with the city recently awarding permanent licenses to four vendors, they, along with dockless bikes now coming online, will be part of its transportation mix for the foreseeable future.
Many consider Mike Locksley, a master recruiter, uniquely suited to turn around the troubled Terps football program. But Locksley also brings with him a 3-31 career head coaching record. And, in a complaint that was ultimately withdrawn, was accused of harassment and discrimination while at New Mexico.
An improv comedy troupe in Baltimore, made up of all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, seeks to squash long-held notions that Asians are objects of ridicule rather than the subjects of their own creative pursuits.
How did Lawrence Banks, convicted of killing his son and another man, avoid longer punishment and up reconnecting with his daughter? In this episode, Baltimore Sun police reporter Jessica Anderson joins Newsroom Edition host Pamela Wood to retrace her reporting and research into the suspect’s past.