Baltimore police consent decree will reduce crime but not right away, acting commissioner says
Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says that crime reductions will come as a result of policing reforms mandated under the city’s federal consent decree - but only indirectly, and not right away.
Spring festivals, near and far, mean winter is behind us
We've done the digging to find some of the most authentic and unique fests around.
Friday & Saturday: Django Jazz Fest
Acoustic guitar, sax, and violin fireworks light up jazz standards (and original tunes) at the Django Jazz Festival, back for its second year at the Creative
Rams Head Live sold to major entertainment company
AEG Live, the Los Angeles-based live-entertainment company, has purchased the downtown music venue Rams Head Live, according to a press release.
Americans increasingly hungry for hipster foods
New APG leaders introduce themselves to Havre de Grace
Two new leaders at Aberdeen Proving Ground formally introduced themselves to the council and said they hoped to continue the positive relationship APG has had with Havre de Grace.
Man Man, City and Colour, With Lions, Pretty in Pink, an more
Stuart L. Buchwald
Street magician who had been a staple at Harborplace during the 1980s also performed on the streets of New Orleans and in Europe
New Orleans Jazz Fest ends with gospel music
Jazz Fest makes room for gospel artists
I knew that band back when ...
Aretha Franklin takes a few steps back
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
Whole lotta music going on
Jazz festival already singing reprise
EASIN' INTO THE BIG EASY
Don't like phone solicitations? Here's how to block that pitch
Will the city really profit from casinos? NEW ORLEANS' BIG GAMBLE
In Haiti, RAM voodoo rock the only sound of freedom
The Promise of Summer
Evangeline ready to let the world hear its rich, sweet harmony
ZYDECO, R&B; . . . AND ALL THAT JAZZ New Orleans festival offers menu of food, fun and music