- Stavros Lambrinidis, EU diplomat, said the toughness and elasticity in the face of hardship of the artwork on display at AVAM spoke to him during a year when the world was ravaged by a pandemic,
- Fuku, a fried chicken spot from New York celebrity chef David Chang, is set to begin operations in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
- The character Healthy Holly plays a pivotal role in the Single Carrot Theatre's new “Healthy Holly’s Hidden Hideaway” production.
- Following her show stopping performance at the inauguration of President Joe Biden, Morgan State University President David Wilson reached out via Twitter.
- “Winfield was cheerful and vivacious,” said Baltimore musician Paul Johns. “He was outgoing to people.
- The filmmaker John Waters was confronted on camera Tuesday with an ugly truth: a great, great grandfather owned enslaved people in the years leading up to the Civil War.
- Local business owners have said the indoor dining ban hurts their bottom line — especially as eateries in neighboring counties are still allowed to serve customers indoors.
- Maryland is doling out $30 million in coronavirus relief to about 90 entertainment venues in the state, including 23 organizations in Baltimore.
- Edward J. "Joe" Haviland, a wood sculptor known for large rough-hewn pieces he carved with a chainsaw from logs he found in the woods, has died at 68.
- A Baltimore circuit court judge has denied the request of a Maryland trade group to allow on-premises dining in the city.
- Peter Thomas, who appeared for several seasons on BRAVO’s Real Housewives of Atlanta, is bringing Miami’s Bar ONE to the former Gordon Biersch Brewery (pictured) in Harbor East.
- Lawyers for Baltimore and a Maryland trade group on Wednesday debated the merits of the city's restaurant shutdown as a means of controlling the spread of the coronavirus.