As Maryland's first dog settles into his new home with Gov. Wes Moore and family, we've come up with a fun list of things he can do, from running with the pack to earning his sea legs.
5 ways to celebrate Pride 2023 in Baltimore
Celebrate LGBTQ Pride 2023 with a list of fun things to do in Baltimore from parties to concerts to sporting events.
Hot property: The Manor House at Halten in Baltimore County lists for $2.59M
The Manor House at Halten in Baltimore County has had just three owners in 127 years. You could be the fourth.
Retro: When an English king left the throne for a Baltimore woman
In the early 1930s, an upper-class soap opera love affair between Edward VIII and Baltimorean Wallis Warfield Simpson, for whom he abandoned the English throne, caused a stir.
Voting now closed for The Baltimore Sun’s Best 2023 Readers’ Choice Contest
The Baltimore Sun’s Best 2023 Readers’ Choice Contest: Where’s Baltimore’s best park? Who serves the best coffee in town? What’s the hottest gym?
Things to do in Baltimore May 26 to June 1
Sci-fi and fantasy fans unite at a yearly convention, rock out to a '90s band, blow bubbles in the park, try German food, attend an arts festival or enjoy a comedy show.
Orioles unveil new Camden Yards mural inspired by City Connect jerseys and designed by Baltimore artist
Shan Wallace, the Baltimore artist behind the new installation at Camden Yards, created the mural as a way to pay respect to Baltimoreans and the neighborhoods they call home.
Hot property: Sweeping views of the South Creek in $2.3 million Baltimore-area waterfront home
This 1930 home in Anne Arundel County sits on an acre of land includes 240 feet of waterfront, a pier and four boat lifts.
It’s ‘party central’ in the Bird Bath as Mr. Splash hoses down Orioles fans
Section 86 at Camden Yards — officially the Bird Bath Splash Zone — is where “Mr. Splash,” a new mascot of sorts, hoses down (mostly) enthusiastic Orioles fans. It became an almost instant hit.
Garden Q&A: Do beetles in old wood harm trees?
Beetles feeding on rotting wood and fungi pose no threat to other trees.
Social Security Administration lists 10 most popular baby names in Maryland in 2022
When it comes to the most popular baby names in Maryland, the state’s parents are bucking national trends for naming their daughters.
Waffles, facials and enrichment toys: Harford Countians know how to pamper their pets
Many businesses are finding success by tapping into a seemingly inexhaustible resource: The desire that people have to lavish luxury on their pets.
WYPR to host New/Next Film Festival in August, offering stopgap while Maryland Film Festival recoups
The three-day New/Next Film Festival is being sponsored by WYPR as a stopgap measure while the beleaguered Maryland Film Festival attempts to regain its financial footing.
Summer vibes: Must-have accessories and home decor items from Harford County shops
Have fun this summer with these items.
Three generations on Fawn View Farm: “We tried to get creative from the very beginning”
Mary and Greg Stewart grew up on their families’ farms and are now raising five kids on their own. When the coronavirus pandemic threw a wrench in business as usual, they thought up something different and opened The Cow Crossing, to sell ice cream and cheese, in 2022.
Things to do in Baltimore May 19 to May 25
Enjoy the 2023 Preakness in Baltimore, ride your bike, go to a secret show, listen to classic rock or take a drawing lesson in the park.
Hot property: Century-old town house was formerly one-half of landmark Schaefer’s bar in South Baltimore
In addition to getting a light, airy and modern town house, the new owners of this property will also be buying an authentic piece of old Baltimore.
Dimensions Dance Center helps young dancers find their place in the spotlight
Dimensions Dance Center welcomes students of all races. But Tania Long, who is Black, says she is "proud to be a representation for girls who look like me."
Two lawyers walk into a taproom: Havre de Grace’s Market Street Brewery is a passion project for Harford attorneys
At Market Street, the tap list goes beyond German brews. The beer selection runs the spectrum of light to dark, from blonde ales and shandies to imperial stouts.
Garden Q&A: What are some underused native plants?
Several native plant species area available to use in your garden, however finding the plants might be a challenge.
Guide to Delaware beaches for summer 2023: What not to miss
If you are heading to the Delaware coast this summer, check out these events.
Beach essentials from Baltimore-area stores
Get ready for your beach vacation or “staycation” with these must-have summer staples for the family.
Fallston High grad Kendall Outing keeps the camera rolling as college moviemaker
Already, the 21-year-old film student is making moves — or more precisely, movies — while honing his craft as an emerging director, producer and screenwriter.
2023 Preakness changes aim to boost attendance, unite music and horse fans
Preakness attendees typically fall into two camps: horse lovers or music lovers. This year organizers are trying to unite the audience with some changes to the beloved Baltimore event.
In Fells Point, reading Edgar Allan Poe through the night for ‘Doomsday’ is ‘quirky, like Baltimore’
The event put on by The National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre and independent bookstore Greedy Reads will start at noon Saturday and end the same time the next day. It’s attracted a lineup of Baltimore readers ranging from politicians to radio hosts and authors.
Retro: When a 12-year-old marbles champion brought Baltimore fame
Frank McQuade, a student at Clifton Park Junior High, captured the first national marbles tournament title in 1922.
2023 Preakness: Baltimore stylists on what to wear to Pimlico to turn heads on race day
Still planning what to wear to the Preakness Stakes party? Baltimore designers say these five trends will put you ahead of the pack.
Things to do in Baltimore May 12 to May 18
Take mom to Market Day, enjoy a new spin on British history, or a more traditional blood-soaked tale from Shakespeare, enjoy a glass of wine or go see an art exhibit.
Garden Q&A: Should I fill the hole in my tree?
While such ragged wounds are undesirable in general, once they have developed it’s usually too late to take any action.
Hot property: Annapolis home has views of Chesapeake Bay, Severn River and Back Creek for under $10 million
This 9,014-square-foot Baltimore-area home offers different ways to access the water, from a heated swimming pool and hot tub to a private dock with two boat slips.
Great Wolf Lodge Maryland opening date pushed up to June 14 as construction nears end
The new Great Wolf Lodge being built in Cecil County is ahead of schedule and will open on June 14, offering discounted rates between June 14 and its grand opening on June 29.