- The Modells want their name off the city’s Lyric, marking a potential bitter breakup for the Mount Royal Avenue performing arts center and the family that brought the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore.
- A zoning hearing Tuesday afternoon will determine whether the Arch Social Club can proceed with plans to erect a marquee on the facade of the historic 109-year-old building it owns at North and Pennsylvania avenues.
- Mezcal Inc., a Baltimore-area restaurant owner, has paid nearly half a million dollars in back wages and damages to 62 workers after federal officials say he bilked employees through a phony tip pool.
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- The man running the show behind Baltimore County’s vaccine clinics has spent decades training and coordinating emergency preparedness at the state and local levels — and yet he credits much of his skill to his years as a road tech for Twisted Sister.
- Andra Day won a Golden Globe on Sunday night for best actress in a drama motion picture for her role as Billie Holiday in a newly released movie about the jazz legend raised in Baltimore.
- Ta-Nehisi Coates, the Baltimore-born essayist and novelist who expanded the world of Wakanda for Marvel comics, will write the script for a new “Superman” film from Warner Bros.
- In the frustrating movie “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” Andra Day gives it her all as Holiday but she can’t save a film that is overstuffed and also thin.
- Director Lee Daniels didn’t want to touch the story of Billie Holiday. Andra Day didn't think she was right for the role. The film they so badly wanted to see made the right way debuts Friday.
- Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson criticized the Howard County teachers union during his program Wednesday night.
- The change will affect about 50 staffers at the Baltimore Museum of Art and 31 full-time employees at the Walters Art Museum.
- They couldn’t silence Billie Holiday’s voice, a voice that took her from an Upper Fells Point alley to New York City concert halls and into the annals of history as a performer and civil rights icon.
- Wordsmith, a Baltimore-based songwriter and performer, wrote an essay for Black History Month telling Black people to raise youth to tell the truth and be a voice for reconciliation.
- The path that would eventually take Brown to Broadway and acclaim, began at the old Frederick Douglass High School on Dolphin Street, where she was a student of the legendary music teacher W. Llewellyn Wilson, who also had instructed Cab Calloway.