Maryland boasts nearly two million acres of farmland outside its compact cities and sprawling suburbs. The agricultural abundance means that Baltimoreans can experience delicious locally and sustainably produced food and beverages—including craft beer.
The veteran comedian, known for his ongoing decades of "Back and Black" segments on The Daily Show, discusses his beloved Orioles' horrible 2019 season and his upcoming benefit show at The Modell Lyric.
From Fells Point and the Inner Harbor to Rockville and Timonium, here are just a few of the events celebrating the Lumbee, Piscataway and other Indigenous peoples in Maryland during American Indian Heritage Month.
SoulCycle CEO and Baltimore native Melanie Whelan said she wants to put an outpost of her famous fitness chain in Baltimore. She's not the only one with a great idea that Charm City exercisers want to see here.
Razing the stretch of dilapidated rowhomes where the Cab Calloway spent his teenage years will make way for a park that supporters say will revitalize Druid Heights and honor Calloway’s legacy. But the musician’s descendants stand divided, some locked in a bitter dispute with park planners and leading last-ditch efforts to save the structure at 2216 Druid Hill Ave.
Nearly 100 volunteers and city workers spent Saturday, designated as National Public Lands Day, cleaning tons of illegally dumped litter from the lower extension of Herring Run Park, whose namesake river feeds into the Chesapeake Bay.
A look at Killed by Charm, a new exhibit of punk ephemera from Baltimore between 1977 and 1989 put on by Tony Pence. The exhibition, which launches August 3 at The Metro Gallery, coincides with the 13th anniversary of Celebrated Summer Records, the record shop Pence operates in Hampden.
Commissioners listened to reports on the 2200 block of Druid Hill Avenue, on which Cab Calloway’s former house sits, and follow-up on the former Woodberry Homes site before hearing from the jazz great’s grandson and the Druid Heights Community Development Corporation’s leaders.