This weekend, the Maryland Wine Festival returns with a mixture of drinks, vendors and entertainment. A key element of the event are the bands which provide a pleasant soundtrack for those drinking the day away at the Farm Museum.
Each online episode of "A Few Odd Minutes in Howard County" opens in black-and-white with eerie music and a low-tech graphic of sparking electrical current that pays homage to 1960s' television series.
In a Discovery series, actor Morgan Freeman explores universal mysteries: truth, life — and coincidence. And it just so happened the crew was filming Monday at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum when a fire started.
If you missed the Open House on National Train Day, you still have the opportunity to tour the museum at 41 N. Main St. in Union Bridge on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (closed for lunch 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The museum's website is westernmarylandrhs.com.
For more than 20 years, the exact number escapes him, Butch Maisel, of Eldersburg, has been coming to the Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens on Memorial Day to setup a field museum of thousands military artifacts, the kits and personal affects of American and Maryland soldiers stretching from the revolutionary war to the present day. During all those years, Butch's son, Chris Maisel, has been there too, a young boy helping his father with the tents and listening, rapt, to the stories veterans would
We never run short of events to celebrate here in the historic district. This weekend I am delighted to inform you that we are marking the 186th anniversary of the B&O Railroad. Yes, on May 24, 1830, service began between Baltimore and Ellicott City — the first in the country.
Carroll County's historical organizations are coming together this weekend to celebrate this country's history, as well as the impact of the past on Carroll's present, at the inaugural Celebrating America Weekend.
The Carroll Arts Center is your home to concerts this weekend, with Carroll's Sunday Night Big Band and Baltimore's Motown and More tribute highlighting the best hits of yesterday's more popular genres.
For quilt lovers and history buffs alike, the Taneytown Heritage and Museum Association monthly meeting is an event that should not be missed. The Museum Association will host a presentation and discussion of the Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail at Grace United Church of Christ, 49 W. Baltimore St. in Taneytown at 7 p.m. Monday, May 23.
Railfans of all ages can celebrate National Train Day when they visit The Western Maryland Railway Museum Complex. The Western Maryland Railway Historical Society will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 14 at the Museum Complex, located at 41 N. Main St. in Union Bridge. Admission is free.
The 35th annual Havre de Grace Decoy & Wildlife Art Festival again brought out more than 140 artists, exhibitors and vendors to promote and celebrate the art of decoy carving, even as organizers continue to wonder about the event's future.
Stumti the stork glided through the cool morning air and down the hill behind the American Visionary Art Museum, as bubbles swirled around her beak. With a swaddled baby doll dangling from her bill, the towering bird was ready to take on the streets, waters and mud pits of Baltimore.
Market Day is a chance for those interested in expanding their knowledge of plants, flowers, trees, herbs, and other flora that grow in Maryland's soils to make purchases and talk to horticultural experts.