- As the newly appointed director of LGBTQ Affairs for Mayor Londyn Smith-De Richelieu’s job is to improve the quality of life of the LGBTQ community.
- At Baltimore’s citywide Fourth of July celebration, Wordsmith will perform selections of Frederick Douglass’ speech “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” and a musical piece with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
- The property includes an 18th century stone guesthouse, a barn and two stables with stalls for 20 horses, along with meandering riding trails.
- In Baltimore, the last full week of Pride Month represents the grand finale, culminating with the Baltimore Pride Parade marching up Charles Street and ending in a joyous block party in the Mount Vernon area, sometimes referred to as the “gayborhood.”
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- Learn how to change the pigment of your hydrangea blooms and get to the bottom of why your rosemary isn't growing.
- Find out 50 years later how the original 'Grease' has roots in Baltimore; go behind the scenes of an Independence Day tradition that is returning to the Inner Harbor with a bang; and hear from “The Wire” cast how Charm City worked its way into more than the setting of the story.
- Radio show host Cassandra Ferguson is elevating and uplifting others through her Towson-based Elevation media brand.
- 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.