The two artists who have separate exhibits at Howard Community College are artists-in-residence at Baltimore Clayworks. Although their exhibited sculptural objects incorporate ceramics, as you would expect, these are mixed medium creations whose materials also include wood and metal.
Forecasts of sunny skies are combining with falling gas prices and an apparent "pent-up demand" for a getaway to put Maryland on a course for its busiest Labor Day weekend for travel since the end of the recession.
Vincent J. Leone, the former Locust Point cafe owner who with his two brothers sponsored notable amateur baseball teams, died Saturday at Genesis HealthCare Spa Creek Center in Annapolis, where he had been recuperating from a fall. He was 91.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
U.S. commerce "would grind to a halt in a matter of days" in the wake of a crippling cyber attack that the nation's ports — including Baltimore — are ill prepared for, according to a new Brookings Institution report. But Port of Baltimore officials called the report "misleading and factually incorrect."
Baltimore and other major users of energy are turning to "microgeneration," miniature power plants that look nothing like the sprawling complexes that much of the country relies on for light, heat and air conditioning.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Monday that she's "open" to imposing a fee on disposable plastic and paper shopping bags in an effort to clean up litter in the city, reversing a stand she took four years ago as City Council president four years ago.
By By Luke Broadwater and Timothy B. Wheeler and The Baltimore Sun
Seismic testing for oil and gas off Maryland and other Atlantic coast states could cause widespread harm to whales, dolphins, sea turtles and fish, as well as to fishing and tourism, the environmental group Oceana warned Tuesday.