As 'Black Panther' shows, inclusion pays at the box office
When Hollywood crafts a must-see theatrical event, it has increasingly been propelled by the power of inclusivity.
This Day in History: Nov. 1
In 1512, Michelangelo finished painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican.
This Day in History: Sept. 26
In 1960, the first-ever debate between presidential nominees took place as Democrat John F. Kennedy and Republican Richard M. Nixon faced off before a national
Good times roll on in Annapolis
Maryland General Assembly members have an active social calendar during the 2017 session in Annapolis
The Nose on the Senate's 'porn rock' hearings, 30 years later
George N. Manis, lawyer
George N. Manis, founder of the Annapolis law firm of Manis, Canning & Associates, died Wednesday of heart failure at the Fairfield Nursing Center in Crownsville. He was 85.
Film review: Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys' catchy but uneven
Film Review: 'Million Ways' is Seth's take on Western
Film Review: Jolie's a fun hero-villain in 'Maleficent'
Film Review: 'Out of the Furnace' rusted over
$1.5M of counterfeit goods seized from Dundalk flea market
Baltimore County police seized $1.5 million worth of counterfeit merchandise after a raid at a Dundalk flea market last month, the department announced Wednesday.
Baltimore County police raid Plaza Flea Market for counterfeit goods
Baltimore County Police seized a number of products from more than dozen vendors Saturday at the Plaza Flea Market in Dundalk.
New doc offers a compelling look at bullying, if not the whole story
Violent video games: Not your grandfather's fairy tales
Mary Avara scrubbed those dirty movies
Zellweger film to shoot in Baltimore
UP IN SMOKE
Life doesn't need to be rated R
Lee's film gets 'Caution' sign: an NC-17 rating
Man arrested in fake-goods case
Big Tobacco rolls on, leaving surreal trail of death
When politics is involved, free expression gets smoked
Big-screen rebels sans cigarettes just seem bogus
Tougher film ratings loom if actors smoke on screen
Where sports, religion meet isn't a place all feel comfortable
Ratings board takes small steps toward change
TV industry aims to lend visibility to the V-chip
John Waters has mellowed, but his humor remains twisted, his sensibilities bizarre
John Waters has mellowed, but his humor remains twisted, his sensibilities bizarre.
Park Service wants cash, not credits, for its movie locations
INSIDERS OUT Politics: An openly gay and powerful Washington couple goes about the business of championing music and human rights, and making sexual orientation a non-issue.
Agree or disagree, Valenti rates Television: The new TV ratings system crafted by the longtime Hollywood figure is a near-perfect piece of Washington brokering, but critics say it serves the networks more than parents.
TCTelevision program code comes too lateOnce again,...
As expected, PG dominates prime-time TV ratings
Critical Mass Kids lose out, but adults get good drama; Television
Support for TV ratings is weak Television: The six age-based categories of programs do not satisfy those who want content spelled out.
System for TV ratings ready But age-based warnings anger child advocates
Dit-dit-dit-dah: V is for Various Vocables
Dole changes his tune to 'Hooray for Hollywood' GOP candidate praises films that reinforce basic American values; CAMPAIGN 1996
Voluntary TV rating proposal criticized Analysts question move as empty ploy to answer public outcry; 'An awesome task'; Network executives tell Clinton system will be ready by 1997
Locking Out Violence Analysis: Is the television industry really ready to monitor itself, or is Washington about to give Fox and other networks the keys to the hen house?
Fox TV takes V-chip plunge
Networks consider TV show ratings 4 major broadcasters end opposition, seek to draft own system
Today in history: Oct. 7In 1765, the...