Founded in 2011 by Dawn Barnes and Charles Hostler, The Band Marching Unit is part of a rich African-American tradition that provides arts training and support for young people, many of whom come from low-income families.
James Evans, 47, is black and grew up in a working-class neighborhood, which means he stands out in an industry dominated by white, middle class and female professionals.
Korryn Gaines lived and died on social media. The many photos and videos that the Randallstown woman posted on Instagram and Facebook show a confident, happy young woman bursting with pride in her young children, her family and her sense of fashion.
On a balmy Thursday evening, the sound of sneakers squeaking and people panting fills the Cedar Lane Recreation Center in Columbia.
The mother of the woman killed during a standoff with Baltimore County police said her daughter ignored pleas from her boyfriend to surrender.
Joe Flanagan, 56, had made barbecue sauces for family and friends for well over a decade, tweaking his recipes as he went along. After he retired, the Glenwood
On a gloomy Sunday evening, the patter of torrential rain, rumble of wheels and clank of skateboards hitting concrete fill the entrance of a parking garage on South Charles Street.
Ahead of Baltimore Pride, members of Baltimore's LGBT community open up about the impact of Orlando, their journeys and hopes for what's next