After unexpectedly debuting their new single at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Wednesday, Animal Collective revealed more information on the group's next album on Monday, including its release date.
Luke Bryan, the country singer/songwriter known for hits like "Play It Again" and "Kick the Dust Up," will perform at Royal Farms Arena on April 8, Live Nation announced via a press release on Monday. Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch are also scheduled to perform.
Animal Collective fans eager to hear new material can do so today, if they¿re willing to go to the airport on one of the busiest travel days of the year. On Wednesday, the experimental pop band originally from Baltimore played new music over the speakers at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, a spokesman for the airport confirmed.
In the 1990s, Janice Armstrong spent most weekends like many other Baltimore natives: sweating it out on the dance floor at the Paradox. Decades later, Armstrong is still using the dance moves she crafted at the Paradox, but in a new way.
It doesn't get much more dramatic than Adele singing a ballad about failed love except when it's a Johns Hopkins student doing a parody of said song about the agonizing waiting time to hear from certain states' boards of nursing.
Less than a month after Nacho Mama¿s said it would stay in Canton for the foreseeable future, the owners of the popular Mexican-inspired bar and restaurant announced on Thursday that they would open a second location in downtown Towson next year.
Imagine an alternate world where "The Wire" character Michael Lee dropped his quest to become the next Omar Little, grew up to leave the Baltimore streets behind and somehow made it to London to date the Grammy-winning star Adele. Then, for whatever reason, the tryst failed, and the two lovers go their separate ways.
In March, after more than a year of inactivity, it was the turn of Robert Wiedmaier (famous for Marcel's and Brasserie Beck in Washington, D.C.) to try and turn the Harbor East space into a winner with Mussel Bar and Grille, his first restaurant in Baltimore.
The Baltimore indie-pop quintet Wildhoney made national headlines a few weeks ago when a pressing plant mistakenly put the band's debut album, January's "Sleep Through It," on vinyl records labeled and packaged for "Born to Die," the 2012 album by the popular singer Lana Del Rey.
Amid a lease fight with their landlord, the owners of Nacho Mama's are threatening to leave the neighborhood the restaurant helped revitalize — and have created a social-media campaign to solicit suggestions on where the Canton stalwart should head next.
The Flaming Lips lead singer Wayne Coyne stands on the second floor of the American Visionary Art Museum on a Sunday afternoon in mid-September, looking every bit the part of a world-traveling frontman for one of music's most popular psychedelic rock groups.
Cyd Wolf wants to remind Baltimore residents that Little Italy has much more to offer than a plate of pasta and a glass of wine. She plans to prove it this weekend, when Little Italy hosts its first Madonnari Arts Festival.
In a city filled with places to drink, residents rarely think to visit bars inside hotels. Brad Daniels, the recently hired food and beverage manager for the Lord Baltimore Hotel, aims to change that by inviting patrons to the hotel's roof.