It seems likely that when Meghan Markle walks down the aisle on Saturday and says, “I do,” this divorced bride will be greeted a lot more warmly by her crown-wearing in-laws than the “other” Yankee who became a member of England’s ruling family, Baltimore’s own Wallis Warfield Simpson.
The family-owned Rooster + Hen market, which offered fresh organic produce, cooking classes and live music from its Catonsville spot since 2016, has reopened doors at its new location at Federal Hill's Cross Street Market.
Tuesday in the lobby of the Lord Baltimore Hotel, “Master of Mind Reading” Dan Eckhart opened a sealed envelope that had been placed inside a sealed container four weeks ago. In it was a piece of of paper predicting The Sun’s headlines of Dec. 31, 2019.
The movie “Charm City Kings," a drama shot in Baltimore in 2018 under the name “12 O’clock Boys,” will have its world premiere at next year’s Sundance Film Festival, organizers of the influential movie showcase announced Wednesday
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.
The Night Before Thanksgiving — that sometimes-wonderful, sometimes-uncomfortable mashup of family, old high-school friends and enough alcohol to make both bearable — is upon us. Worried about who you’ll run into and how you’ll deal? Fear not. Here are some quick survival tips.
Wendell Pierce and Dominic West, who played Baltimore police homicide detectives William “Bunk” Moreland and Jimmy McNulty in HBO’s “The Wire,” reunited Monday night, to the delight of the show’s fans.