Kristine Henry

Writer

Kristine Henry is an editor in The Baltimore Sun's Features department, handling coverage of food, pets, health and style. She is also the editor of Maryland Family magazine. Her first job at the Sun was as a business-news reporter.

Recent Articles

  • Inside Edition: Is Bay Bridge the scariest bridge in America?

    Inside Edition: Is Bay Bridge the scariest bridge in America?

    If you find yourself on the brink of a panic attack at the thought of crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, you're not alone.  Inside Edition is apparently so terrified of the bridge that it just reposted a 2013 story that asks: "Is this the scariest bridge in America?"  The article quotes motorist Carolyn...

  • Family-friendly Much Ado About Nothing this weekend

    Family-friendly Much Ado About Nothing this weekend

    The Unrehearsed Shakespeare Project will perform "Much Ado About Nothing" at 5:00 on Friday in downtown Baltimore at West Shore Park in between the Visitors Center and the Maryland Science Center.  Organizers say that the "presentation of the quick-witted comedy featuring the fire-tongued duo of...

  • Visitors to zoo can see elephant bath time

    Visitors to zoo can see elephant bath time

    Taking a bath in front of a crowd of onlookers might not be your thing, but the elephants at the Maryland Zoo probably won't mind when the new "bath time at the zoo" feature starts Wednesday.  Guests will get to see some of what goes into the care of the animals, including seeing them being cleaned...

  • Cat and kitten adoption event this weekend

    Cat and kitten adoption event this weekend

    Four local animal shelters will hold a joint cat and kitten adoption event on Saturday in Towson and adoption fees will be waived. Cat Hospital at Towson (CHAT), the event sponsor, will give adopters a goody bag and a certificate for a free wellness exam. The month of June often has a spike in...

  • Parkville man dies in boating accident

    Parkville man dies in boating accident

    Baltimore County police say that a Parkville man died after falling off a boat in Browns Cove in the Essex area on Friday evening.Police and fire crews responded to a call for an open-water rescue just after 7:00 p.m. Members of the Baltimore County Police Marine Unit arrived on the scene and pulled...

  • March for the Animals will be held May 31

    March for the Animals will be held May 31

    The Maryland SPCA’s 20th annual March for the Animals, which was originally scheduled for late April but postponed due to the unrest in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray, has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 31.  The 1.5-mile walk-a-thon and festival at Druid Hill Park raises money...

  • Prince has a new protest song called 'Baltimore'

    Prince has a new protest song called 'Baltimore'

    Prince, who is playing a peace concert in Baltimore on Sunday at Royal Farms Arena, released a new song Saturday called "Baltimore." The lyrics include: "Nobody got in nobody's way, so I guess you could say it was a good day, at least a little better than the day in Baltimore. Does anybody hear...

  • Bay Bridge westbound is closed with overturned tractor-trailer

    Bay Bridge westbound is closed with overturned tractor-trailer

    Update: The Maryland Transportation Authority says that traffic is now moving both directions on the eastbound span of the bridge. The Maryland Transportation Authority reported at about 3:00 that the westbound span of the Bay Bridge is closed because of an accident involving an overturned tractor-trailer...

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