As part of a celebration sponsored by the Downtown Partnership, Baltimore’s signature Christmas “tree,” the 178.5-foot-tall Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place, gets lit up for the holidays Thursday with all the festiveness Charm City can muster.
Baltimore’s Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum, where the famed 19th-century author and literary critic lived during the 1830s, has been named a Literary Landmark by United for Libraries, a nationwide advocacy group and division of the American Library Association.
Kaiser previously advocated a series of recommendations that seemingly fly in the face of conventional wisdom, from putting the BSO’s $65 million endowment campaign on hold to temporarily downplaying efforts to increase audience size.
Akea Brionne Brown's work examines the lived experiences of communities and individuals, especially black ones, often ignored by mainstream society. Here's how she handled the challenge of capturing some of Baltimore's neighborhoods in one day.
The Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric announced on Thursday that it has hired an outside management firm for the first time in the venue’s 125-year history — a bold move that could breathe new life into the institution.
As he spoke to a state work group tasked with fixing the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s finances, Michael Kaiser frequently prefaced his remarks with, “You’re not going to like this..." or “What I’m about to say will make everyone mad at me.” But he said the urgency of the situation demanded bluntness.
The veteran comedian, known for his ongoing decades of "Back and Black" segments on The Daily Show, discusses his beloved Orioles' horrible 2019 season and his upcoming benefit show at The Modell Lyric.
For many visitors, both festivals are one big highlight package, the chance to be wowed by the nighttime glow of Light City or to immerse themselves in the written words celebrated at the book festival.
From Fells Point and the Inner Harbor to Rockville and Timonium, here are just a few of the events celebrating the Lumbee, Piscataway and other Indigenous peoples in Maryland during American Indian Heritage Month.
August Wilson’s "Radio Golf" technically is set in Steelers’ territory. But it contains so many situations reminiscent of Baltimore that audience members might find themselves wondering if the two cities have merged their borders overnight.