As if it weren’t enough that he’s the most exuberant and beloved beer vendor at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fancy Clancy is about to have a beer named after him that’ll be available just across the street, at Sliders Bar & Grille.Read more
Novelist and former Baltimore Sun reporter Laura Lippman has dedicated her latest book to the five victims of last year’s Capital Gazette newsroom attack.Read more
A Baltimore law firm is representing Florida radio personality Bubba “the Love Sponge” Clem in his lawsuit this week against his former employer, Cox Media Group, which claims Cox employees were behind the leak of a sex tape involving Clem’s wife and wrestler Hulk Hogan.Read more
A Maryland girl went viral this week after her father posted a video to social media of the 8-year-old performing Carrie Underwood’s song “The Champion” in American Sign Language.
Richard Dahan, of Frederick, filmed a home video of his daughter Savannah’s bilingual performance and posted it on social media in hopes of sharing her gift for music.Read more
Come early spring, college basketball fans tend to go a little mad.
The NCAA tournament calls for over two weeks of nonstop television watching, obsessive bracket tracking and never-say-never underdog triumphs that make it all worthwhile. Here’s where you and your friends can gather, cheer on your favorite teams and make the most of March Madness around Baltimore.Read more
“Broad City” fans distraught over the show’s impending end can console themselves at a screening of the show March 20 at Baltimore’s Parkway Theatre.
Audiences will get to see the show’s co-creator, Abbi Jacobson, and watch a screening of the newest “Broad City” episode a day before appears on television.Read more