While the line of people for previous open casting calls at the Bel Air Armory for the Netflix series "House of Cards" has snaked down and around the block, there was only a short wait for Saturday's casting call, and those seeking a part as a background extra praised the efficient process.
A recent YouGov survey shows that millennials now have a more favorable opinion of socialism than capitalism. One reason might be the movies that they have grown up with, which portray corporate America in an increasingly negative light. This is especially evident in Hollywood remakes, where the same characters re-emerge with altered attitudes and values.
Bel Air resident Amy Plotts won $19,160 in cash and prizes, including a $7,300 trip for two to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, on an episode of Wheel of Fortune that aired last Friday. Had she solved the bonus puzzle ¿ a working model ¿ Plotts would have won another $33,000.
Known for his spot-on impressions of President Obama, Eddie Murphy, Denzel Washington and many others, cast member Jay Pharoah prepares for his first stand-up performance in Baltimore at the Baltimore Comedy Factory.
Dave Arnold (Mount St. Joseph) scored his first goal of the season in the 108th minute Wednesday night to give the visiting Navy men's soccer team a 2-1 double-overtime victory over No. 20 George Mason (6-1-0).
A Baltimore City police officer has been charged in a drug dealing conspiracy, officials confirmed. The officer, Daniel G. Redd, was taken into custody Tuesday at the Northwest District police station.