Former Laurel High science teachers Alan and Lynn Goldstein found themselves vacationing with Michael Jackson when actor Macaulay Culkin, who knew the Goldstein's son, invited the King of Pop to accompany him on a Goldstein family vacation.
While the thought of stretching the body in any number of directions might scare most men, instructor Paul Shapiro says that once you get used to yoga, it brings positive change. "Yoga is a lifestyle," said Shapiro, who holds classes at Yoga on York in Baltimore.
More than 250 bikes should be available for short-term rentals at 25 stations throughout Baltimore by this time next year, under a bike-sharing program modeled after initiatives in Washington and London, city officials said.
A lot of humans had their hands full at Sunday's 18th annual March for the Animals in Druid Hill Park. March for the Animals, whose co-sponsors include the Baltimore Ravens, draws 4,000 to 5,000 pet owners to the park each year, and typically raises $350,000 for the Hampden-based Maryland SPCA
So, really, the only questions that remained suspended over the Under Armour Performance Center on Wednesday afternoon were the ones that nobody likes to ask at a historic and heart-strung moment such as this:
In the 17 years since Katie Cleary and Sharon Dongarra first locked eyes in the kitchen of an Arby's restaurant, they have shared a first, tentative kiss, traded letters across continents, set up a home, exchanged vows before family and friends, and nurtured a young daughter.
The Library of Congress today released a collection of interviews on topics such as sex, drugs and rock and roll -- including Paul McCartney relating how pot and other drugs boosted the Beatles' creativity.
The National Retail Federation says Halloween will be an $8 billion industry this year, with seven in 10 Americans celebrating and spending an average of nearly $80 per person on costumes, candy and decorations.
Halloween is a big-business, big-interest holiday and no different in North Baltimore where local merchants and residents, like Erin Rinner get into the spirit. At Rinner's Evesham Park house tombstones dot the yard, skeletons crawl through the fog in the grass, an animatronic Grim Reaper greets you with ghoulish good humor at the front door, and a battery-operated black cat yowls at the bottom of the footpath.