Baltimore’s 100 essential food and drink experiences for 2019
Compiled with input from readers and the newsroom, The Baltimore Sun’s list of 100 essential food experiences encompasses places people talk about, think about and come back to again and again and again.
Rising fifth-graders learn how to make paper at Living History Camp at Carroll farm museum
Living History Camp — a program teaching children about farm life in the 1800s with hands-on learning — had its first day for incoming fifth graders Monday.
Farm Museum Fourth activities are a mix of old and new
The family-friendly daytime events at the Carroll County Farm Museum are more than just a prelude to the night's fireworks.
Coming Attractions: Movies, theatre camp, Carroll's Got Talent and Peter Yarrow on tap
Coming July 31, we will be presenting “Carroll’s Got Talent,” held for the first time at the annual Carroll County 4-H and FFA Fair.
Art lives on for some young students in Towson
A group of families along Anneslie Road hold an annual art show featuring the work of students during the school year.
From the impossible-to-miss to the easily overlooked, here are public artworks to check out in Baltimore
More money has gone to acquiring new works than to conserving the existing ones.
West Carroll: Inaugural Sweet Corn Festival coming to Union Bridge; Family Day at Taneytown museum
The inaugural Sweet Corn Festival and corn-eating contest will be held Saturday, July 20 in the Flood Zone parking lot in Union Bridge.
Remington storefront challenge brings a fresh look to a neglected corner
An arts collective is one of two retailers winning a neighborhood competition for a spot in a renovated gas station in Remington.
Central Carroll: Farm Museum adds 'Farmyard Friends' for Fourth of July; historic Sunday School picnic
Join your friends and family at the Carroll County Farm Museum from 3 to 10 p.m. on July 4, for a fireworks extravaganza with food, fun and so much more.
Fourth of July in Baltimore: 5 ways to celebrate
Here's how you can celebrate the Fourth of July in Baltimore.
Where to watch Carroll County fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July
From the Carroll County Farm Museum to Mount Airy, here's where you can catch some fireworks this Fourth of July.
Get your brushes out for Paint It! Ellicott City
Now in its ninth year, Paint It! Ellicott City returns to historic Main Street the weekend of June 27 through July 1.
Coming attractions: Beats, Bows and Remixes tonight; summer movie series continues next week
Tonight, Carroll County Public Library presents a free event at the Carroll Arts Center, Beats, Bows and Remixes.
From gallery to stage: Handmade instruments at center of Wherligig concert at Carroll Arts Center
Wherligig takes the stage of the Carroll Arts Center on June 29 to play a repertoire of traditional Celtic and Nordic tunes on handcrafted instruments.
Baltimore fashion designer Bishme Cromartie represents 'best of the city'
In a period when there seems to be so much bad news about Baltimore, fashion designer Bishme Cromartie represents the best of the city.
Baltimore Museum of Art heads to market — Lexington Market — with new outpost
The Baltimore Museum of Art launches BMA Lexington Market with an exhibition of youth art works Wednesday before officially opening the next day.
Tylden W. Streett, sculptor, Maryland Institute College of Art teacher, musician, and World War II veteran, dies
Tylden W. Streett, a sculptor who taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art, died Thursday of lymphoma at his home in Richmond, Calif. He was 96.
Coming Attractions: Movies, camps, two new exhibits and Wherligig at Arts Center
On Saturday, June 29 at 8 p.m. we welcome to our state Wherligig, an ensemble of traditional Celtic and Nordic string and wind instruments.
Symphony wrong to 'sell' its most important asset
BSO's treatment of musicians is equivalent to BMA disposing of its prize paintings.
To commemorate Juneteenth, Alveda King takes 'freedom tour' of Maryland
To commemorate Juneteenth, Alveda King was set to appear at Morgan State University, then a church and later a children's book reading in Annapolis.
Baltimore Museum of Art adds more than 70 works to its collection
The Baltimore Museum of Art has so far this year added more than 70 contemporary and historic artworks to its broad collection.
CRP techniques can save a life
South Laurel/Montpelier Neighborhood column
From croquet to Sinatra, Farm Museum event bringing 'Roaring 20s' to Carroll County
If you head to the Carroll County Farm Museum on Saturday donning a flapper dress or other 1920s-era attire, you might just win a prize.
Coming Attractions: 'The Art of the Musical Instrument' opens at Arts Center June 20
On June 20, “The Art of the Musical Instrument” opens in the Tevis Gallery, guest curated by Ryan A. Koons, weaving together sound, narrative and history.
Proposed steps on east slope of Federal Hill face pushback from neighbors, American Visionary Art Museum
A proposal to add steps to the east slope of Federal Hill ran into opposition from neighbors and the founder of the American Visionary Art Museum.
Pair of upcoming dance performances highlight community, legacy
Longrunning local dance studios Project C Studios and the Ballet Slipper will both have performances this weekend.
Explore local history with your kids using county passport program
Mostly Main Street neighborhood column
Things to do in Baltimore this week: Pride 2019, World Refugee Day, 'West Side Story' and more
The top A&E events in the Baltimore area for the week of June 9-15, 2019.
Food Truck Sunday Funday expected to bring food, fun and charity to Farm Museum
Food Truck Sunday Funday will be held at the Carroll County Farm Museum on Sunday, June 9.
Laurel Arts Council creates projects people can live with
Laurel Arts Council hosted two projects: a tiled bench created by residents at McCullough Field and a glass mosaic created by students at the municipal pool.
Baltimore Sun's 2019 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: John Waters
The Sun inducts filmmaker, author and actor John Waters into its Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
Port Discovery reopening June 14 with new exhibits the SkyClimber and The Port cargo ship
Following a $10.5-million transformation, Baltimore's Port Discovery Children's Museum will be re-opening on June 14.
Resident artists in spotlight at Howard County Arts Council show
The 35th annual exhibit on display at the Howard County Arts Council in Ellicott City is an opportunity to appreciate the talented artists.
Coming attractions: Family movies start June 18; FLICC's next offering is June 21 at Arts Center
All of us at the Carroll Arts Center are excited to announce our first-ever season pass!
New Water Taxi terminal coming to Inner Harbor
A new Water Taxi terminal is set to begin construction at Pier I in the Inner Harbor
Howard County nonprofit earns state honors for preserving Puerto Rican music and dance
When it comes to sharing Puerto Rican culture, “the music does the translating for us,” says Hanover resident Angel Rivera.
Bishme Cromartie a Baltimore booster on Project Runway
Fashion designer Bishme Cromartie uses his role as a contestant on Project Runway to promote Baltimore.
3 things to know about Patapsco Heritage Greenway's Lindsey Baker
Lindsey Baker, 35, took the helm of Patapsco Heritage Greenway, a preservation-based nonprofit, in January 2018.
Central Carroll: All things strawberry at Gamber carnival grounds, St. John's Lutheran Church
The 29th annual Old-Fashioned Strawberry Festival, a gigantic celebration of all things strawberry, will be held June 15 at the Gamber carnival grounds.
West Carroll: Hudson Car Show and Wine, Brew and Music Festival coming to Taneytown
The Taneytown Heritage and Museum Association will host the 2019 Hudson Car Show on June 15.
Gordon: Historical Society of Carroll County deserves ongoing support
Here are a few ideas that should be strongly considered to continue the Historical Society of Carroll County moving forward for future generations.
Artists at Kish Gallery in Columbia paint music in motion
April Rimpo and Elaine Weiner-Reed have distinct styles, but their exhibit at the Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House in Columbia emphasizes shared interest.
Baltimore County Historical Society hosts Smithsonian exhibit on water
The exhibit on water's effect on local history and society runs through July 6.
Coming attractions: Arts Council offers summer camps for young artists and thespians
Now is the time to get your kids enrolled in summer camp! For kids 9 to 12, we are offering Art Expressions, June 24-28.
West Carroll: Magic show to benefit Northwest Middle; Taneytown museum seeks yearbooks
Northwest Middle School will host a family-friendly magic show, Fool of Illusions, starring comedy illusionist Reggie Rice, at Francis Scott Key High School.
Volunteer opportunities at Mt. Airy Train Station Museum
Community service opportunities at Mt. Airy Train Station Museum
Randallstown dance school team catches Beyoncé's notice with viral video
Adrienne Carver, the founder of Studio A, said that her independent dance academy got significant attention after being featured on the musician's Instagram.
Rescheduled benefit for 'Bald Ballerina' features renowned dancers from around the world
Howard County’s sweetheart ballerina Maggie Kudirka produces her fifth cancer benefit with stars galore at Howard Community College’s Smith Theater on June 2.
Coming attractions: Art in the Park coming June 1; free movies coming all summer
On Saturday, June 1st, the Carroll County Arts Council once again presents Art in the Park, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the grounds of Westminster City Hall.
Catonsville Historical Society to sell its property, seeks new home for artifacts
Damage from last year's flood has made it so selling the property is the most "fiscally responsible" move for the society.