- A Baltimore Court judge declared a mistrial Friday after a jury could not decide whether Lakeyria Doughty, otherwise known as the “Wheelie Queen,” was guilty of murder in the fatal stabbing of her girlfriend a few hours into New Year’s Day 2021.
- Ingram’s addition to the cast of 'Lady in the Lake' comes just four weeks after it was revealed that Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o pulled out of her co-starring role in the series being filmed in Baltimore.
- Some stars of “The Wire” talk about Baltimore’s unique accent and we catch up with two local singers who are adding to Charm City’s arts culture with relaxing and uplifting vibes.
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- Drake surprised everyone when he dropped his new dance album 'Honestly, Nevermind,' but a Baltimore-based artist got a double surprise when she heard her voice on one of the new tracks.
- The final weekend of the Maryland State Fair will feature a new concert series with performances by a rapper, country music stars and a legendary rock band.
- Growing up in Maryland, Frost knew he wanted to be a star but he never dreamed he would find such quick success portraying an iconic pop star who was his childhood hero.
- In Baltimore-area gay bars and clubs there is an expectation among loyal patrons that bartenders will have a heavy hand when it comes to pouring liquor.
- At over 11,000 square feet with eight bedrooms, seven baths, an outdoor pool, this property has so many separate indoor and outdoor eating areas you could dine a different table each day of the week.
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- Tropical Storm Agnes in 1972 altered the Chesapeake Bay's ecosystem and decimated the oyster population — problems that the bay still suffers from today.
- 'Crying on Television' at Everyman Theatre is just the latest work from the Baltimore TV writer and author known for his humor and funny takes on culture and life.
- While Juneteenth is now a national holiday, Eastern Shore descendants of Nathaniel Hopkins have been celebrating "Nace's Day" since the abolition of slavery in Maryland in 1864.
- Be a part of a two-day celebratory festival, see a classic Baltimore musical, watch a wide selection of films, listen to a jazz concert or take your kid on an imaginary journey.