On Saturday, family of former 92Q radio personality DJ Reggie Reg organized a block party to honor the former 92Q radio personality who died of congestive heart failure in February. At the event, a new red street sign was unveiled at 1800 N. Payson St., renaming it "DJ Reggie Reg Way."
Stacia Brown's voice pours through speakers like velvet as she helps deliver a collection of narratives from some of the city's long-standing, nostalgia-inducing sites in her podcast "Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City."
As Baltimore grapples head on with its own fraught police-community relations, the Rev. David Anderson is in Ferguson, on a trip scheduled long ago to check in on the progress of the discussions he facilitated there.
If you¿re trying to find a way to listen or watch Friday¿s home opener, the Orioles switched flagship radio stations in January. CBS Radio's WJZ (105.7 FM) will broadcast all 162 regular-season games, as well as pregame and postgame shows.
The Orioles announced Monday that they have signed a multiyear deal with CBS Radio's WJZ-FM 105.7 The Fan to become the club's flagship radio station. The station will broadcast all 162 regular-season games and select spring training games, as well as pregame and postgame shows.
Laurel police announced Wednesday that three people have been arrested and will be charged in what they called a theft scheme orchestrated by two employees and a former employee of the Laurel Radio Shack.
56-year-old Ellicott City resident Bill Vanko is a wildlife photographer, training the lens of his Canon 7D on varied landscapes to capture and illuminate strikingly intricate images. His inquisitiveness, he notes, dovetails perfectly with his full-time job as a news anchor and reporter for WBAL radio.
Joe Knight, a legendary Baltimore radio personality who was known to several generations of WFBR and WCBM listeners as "Joe Knight, the Knight of the Spinning Roundtable," died Saturday at Hope Hospice in Forth Myers, Fla., of complications from a broken hip. He was 87.
Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger is featured in a new radio ad supporting Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's gubernatorial run, as Democrats try to win over county voters in the final stretch before Election Day.
The Democrat and Republican running to be lieutenant governor have agreed to debate on a Washington radio show next week, the first publicly broadcast showdown between the men vying to be No.2 in the next administration.
For many Baltimoreans, the story of the Orioles is the story of their family. It's a way for fathers and sons to talk, for mothers and daughters to celebrate, for grandparents to share an interest with grandchildren.
Brad Kolodner isn't just following in his father's footsteps by performing folk, bluegrass and other traditional music. Brad, 24, is an impresario of sorts, organizing jam sessions and square dancing events in a effort to get young people interested in traditional music.
Robert I. "Bob" Callahan, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who worked in both radio and television and in early June was honored with a star on Maryland Public Television's Walk of Fame, died Aug. 28 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Miami, Fla. He was 76.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
On Tuesday her acrobatic gymnastics crew, AcroArmy, was scheduled to compete as one of the final 12 teams on the NBC prime time television show "America's Got Talent." Three of the 18 AcroArmy team members reign from the Baltimore area: Twenty-year-old Emily Ruppert of Arbutus, 18-year-old Chrissy Antoniades of Sykesville and 15-year-old Hannah Silverman of Clarksville.
By By Kym Byrnes and For The Baltimore Sun Media Group