To benefit Ellicott City, Flying Dog and Jailbreak collaborate on new beer
Two Maryland beer-makers, Flying Dog Brewery and Jailbreak Brewing Company, are contributing to the Ellicott City flooding relief efforts with a new beer.
Rapper Freeway, receiving dialysis in Baltimore, hopes to raise awareness for kidney disease
The Philadelphia rapper Freeway talks dealing with chronic kidney disease, raising awareness in Baltimore.
Emo Nite Bawltimore, where sad jams become party anthems
Emo Nite, celebrating the popular, divisive and more sensitive strain of punk and hardcore that reached its peak in the 2000s, comes to the Ottobar.
Drink up: Bottomless brunch options around Baltimore
At the start of each weekend, plenty of text message chains all around Baltimore begin with the same question: “Brunch?”
Brothers Osborne, natives of Anne Arundel County, earn two CMA Awards nominations
Brothers Osborne, natives of Deale, Maryland, earned two Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday.
Iron Rooster in Canton to introduce morning and afternoon happy hours
Popular Canton breakfast spot Iron Rooster will introduce two happy hours, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon, Sept. 6.
Name to know: Joy Postell, singer/rapper/songwriter
Postell creates socially aware, outward-facing music -- a hybrid of singer/songwriter R&B with touches of soul and rap
Name to know: Neptune the Poet
Neptune delivers raw meditations on racial inequality and inner-city violence, but also self-worth and pride.
Name to know: Wordsmith, rapper
Wordsmith has steadily built a career where he sidesteps curse words completely. It's an effort to not only keep his subjects approachable for all ages, but to challenge himself artistically.
The Brewer's Art to celebrate 20th anniversary with October party
The Brewer's Art, the Mount Vernon bar and brewery synonymous with Baltimore beer, will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a party on Oct. 6.
Burley Oak founder reflects on five years of craft beer and helping make Berlin cool
Catching up with Burley Oak Brewing Company founder Bryan Brushmiller on the eve of the company's 5th anniversary party.
D.C. rapper GoldLink looks to open up after signing RCA deal
Before playing Trillectro, Washington D.C. rapper GoldLink talks Rick Rubin's advice, signing with RCA and growing up in Maryland.
All-Maryland beer and food festival to debut in Columbia this fall
Columbia resident Chad D’Amore had been hearing from locals that they wished there was a fall event like the annual spring gathering, the Wine in the Woods
Flying Dog's latest collaboration results in pumpkin-beer chocolate bar
Frederick’s Flying Dog Brewery is no stranger to collaborations resulting in new beers. But next month, they’ll debut a pumpkin beer chocolate bar
Baltimore's Stillwater Artisanal releases 'I Miss the Old Kanye' beer
Plenty of rap fans miss the old Kanye West. Count Brian Strumke, founder of Baltimore’s Stillwater Artisanal craft beer company, among them.
Farewell Patrick's of Pratt Street, considered by many country's oldest Irish pub
Considered by many the oldest Irish pub in America, Patrick's of Pratt Street in West Baltimore will close for good by September.
Baltimore breweries aim to raise prostate cancer awareness with new caps
Maryland's DuClaw Brewing and Heavy Seas Beers look to raise awareness for prostate cancer by partnering with Pints for Prostates.
After a year off, Fields Festival returns to Harford County with bigger lineup, expectations
After taking a year off, a re-energized Fields Festival returns to Camp Ramblewood in Darlington, Maryland. Sun Ra Arkestra, Future Islands and Dan Deacon will headline.
Chain sports bar Boston's to open in Little Italy in 2017
The pizza-focused Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar will open in Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood in 2017.
City Cafe owners to take over Tark's Grill
After more than eight years, the ownership at Tark’s Grill will change hands this fall. Starting Oct. 1, the team behind Mount Vernon’s City Café will take over
Abdu Ali releases video for self-empowerment anthem 'Did Dat'
On Wednesday, Abdu Ali premiered his new video for "Did Dat" from "MONGO" on The Fader's website.
So long 'Jokers' and 'Rednecks': Behind the rebranding of two popular bars
What's in a name? Popular bars try their hands at rebranding in Canton and Federal Hill.
With new album, Chevelle hits the road harder than ever
Before their Baltimore concert, Chevelle's Pete Loeffler talks fatherhood, new album "The North Corridor" and more.
Laurel musician's video, featuring Eric Garner's mother, finds online audience
Alan Scott, a Laurel musician, released a video for his song "You Only See Me When I'm Gone" and a video featuring Eric Garner's mother, Gwen Carr.
National Aquarium and Delaware's Dogfish Head launch new beer, partnership
On Monday, SeaQuench Ale, a session sour beer and collaboration between Delaware’s Dogfish Head Brewery and the National Aquarium, began shipping nationwide.
The Food Market still stands out in Hampden
Aside from geography, the shops and restaurants on West 36th Street in Hampden have little in common. On the strip better known as The Avenue, you can get a
With 'Young Jefe 2,' D.C. rapper Shy Glizzy sounds poised for national stardom
With the release of "Young Jefe 2," Washington, D.C., rapper Shy Glizzy appears on the brink of national stardom.
TT the Artist releases debut album, 'Queen of the Beat'
Via The Fader, Baltimore's TT the Artist released her debut album "Queen of the Beat" on Monday.
Friends Records' growth spurt could mean more exposure for Baltimore music
Friends Records now has the resources, so can the local label bring Baltimore music to the masses?
Patrick's of Pratt Street, one of Baltimore's oldest bars, to close
Founded in 1847, Patrick's of Pratt Street of Baltimore will soon be for sale, owner Patrick Rowley said Thursday.
Future Islands added to Fields Festival
Future Islands, the Baltimore-based synth-pop act, announced on Twitter Wednesday that they will play next month's Fields Festival.
Country duo LoCash on Maryland beginnings, hit-single success
Chris Lucas of country duo LoCash talks growing up in Maryland, finding success with "I Love This Life" and more.
Baltimore's Ryan Harvey releases 'Old Man Trump' protest song with lyrics by Woody Guthrie
Baltimore artist and activist Ryan Harvey is used to writing his own lyrics. But “Old Man Trump,” a song he released last month, is a unique exception.
With new still, Sagamore Spirit brings production one step closer to Baltimore
Sagamore Spirit’s rye whiskey is not currently produced in Baltimore, but Kevin Plank’s new alcohol company took a major step in changing that Thursday when
Liam Flynn's Ale House staves off eviction, will remain open
Liam Flynn’s Ale House, a Station North pub and live music venue, will remain open after staving off eviction. The pub was set to close if it couldn't raise $30,000 to pay the debt owed to its landlords.
Cosima's bar reflects its confidence
Finding the Southern Italian-inspired Cosima feels like discovering well-buried treasure.
Even with success, Old Crow Medicine Show still cherishes spirit of busking
Standing atop a Nashville, Tenn., high-rise, Old Crow Medicine Show's Ketch Secor could hear his most famous song coming from a parked bus on the street.
Singer FKA twigs' free workshop attracts Baltimore dancers
Local dancers answer singer FKA twigs' call for free workshop in Baltimore on Tuesday night.
FKA Twigs to host free dance workshop tonight in Baltimore
English experimental R&B artist FKA Twigs will host a free dance workshop tonight from 5-10 p.m. at the Baltimore Lithuanian Hall.
Key Brewing Co. brings craft style to Dundalk
Spike Owen and Mike McDonald of Key Brewing Co. are bringing pride to Dundalk with their accessible craft beer.
Artscape headliner Wyclef Jean turns focus back to music
Wyclef Jean has released very little music this decade, and yet the 46-year-old pop/rap producer, singer and songwriter has had no trouble keeping his name in
From Brand New and Modest Mouse at Merriweather, contrasting takes on alt-rock in 2016
There was a noticeable contrast Tuesday night between Brand New and Modest Mouse at the bands’ joint tour-stop at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia.
Fells Point bar Bad Decisions moving to former Get Down space
Fells Point corner bar Bad Decisions is moving to the former Get Down dance club space.
Facing eviction, Liam Flynn's Ale House launches fundraising campaign for new location
Liam Flynn’s Ale House in Station North will close next week if it can't raise $30,000 to pay off debts to its landlord, owner Liam Flynn said.
With little effort, Justin Bieber woos Royal Farms Arena audience
What is Justin Bieber's purpose?
LB Skybar: Finally, a true rooftop bar in Baltimore
Call it little-brother syndrome, but at times, many of us go to great lengths to avoid giving Washington credit -- of any kind. But one area in which D.C. has
Lake Street Dive, Lower Dens to join BSO for Season 2 of WTMD Pulse collaboration
The latest indie-rock acts to participate in Pulse -- the concert series collaboration between the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Towson University public
Monument City to open Highlandtown brewery in November
Currently contract brewing at Peabody Heights Brewery, Baltimore's Monument City announced plans to open its own operation in Highlandtown later this year.
The Hotelier's cathartic release on full display at Ottobar
Touring in support of their new album "Goodness," The Hotelier performed at the Ottobar in Baltimore's Remington neighborhood Thursday night.
Hundreds of family, community members pay respects to slain Baltimore rapper Lor Scoota
Hundreds came to Wylie Funeral Home Thursday to pay their respects at the wake of Tyriece Watson, better known as Lor Scoota, who was shot and killed Saturday.