Joe Squared has been praised by Zagat, The Food Network and appeared on “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” Now, the Thrillist series “Really Dough?” is challenging the beloved Baltimore pizza shop to create its most outlandish pizza in its Season 3 premiere airing June 24.
“We never try to be a traditional pizza shop,” restaurant owner Joe Edwardsen said.Read more
Bob & Carol & Ted took a pass, but Alice is spending much of her June in Baltimore County.
Dyan Cannon, who established herself as a Hollywood A-lister with her starring role in writer-director Paul Mazursky’s 1969 sexual-mores comedy “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,” is filming “Hope’s Legacy” at horse farms in Glyndon and Reisterstown, as well as North East in Cecil County.Read more
Actor and Baltimore native Josh Charles dusted off his “Bawlmer” pronunciation skills and shared his love for Charm City on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on June 13.
The two celebrities joked about the city’s recent ranking as No. 18 on a list of the country’s sexiest accents.Read more
Laura Embrey enjoyed something of a family reunion in Philadelphia last week, involving her brother and her son, the spirit of her father and a 990-foot steamship that was once the pride of the Atlantic but has been out of service for half-a-century.Read more
The 34-year-old, who signed with the Los Angeles Rams in March after the Ravens released him from his four-year contract, has listed his massive house in the Quarry Lake at Greenspring community for $895,000.Read more
Baltimore’s 5-year-old Cohesion Theatre Company will be going on “hiatus” at the end of this month, forcing the cancellation of its final two shows of the 2018-2019 season.
Specifics on the company’s future were not detailed in a media release announcing the “production hiatus,” dated June 11. “We look forward to making more audacious art with you all soon,” the release promised.Read more