One former big-name guest who didn't make it to the "The Late Show with David Letterman" tour was Orioles manager Buck Showalter, who in a 1992 epsiode tried to teach a then-45-year-old Letterman how to be a ballplayer.
Anne Arundel has major cause for celebration in the 50th season of our unique outdoor Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre. At the historic former colonial blacksmith shop at 143 Compromise Street, across from City Dock, the challenges of presenting 50 seasons under the stars have shaped this troupe's identity.
As the Oct. 11 release date of the new movie "Captain Phillips" approaches, Baltimore-based officials with the International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots hope to capitalize on the publicity to highlight the importance of the merchant marine — and full funding of their mission.
One of the top television series of the summer of 2013 has a Harford County native among its cast members, an actor who has spent nearly 25 years working with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.
From its start, Infinity Theatre Company has had a mission to bring New York City productions to Anne Arundel County. It was a goal fulfilled in the troupe's first full season in 2011 with the show, "My Way," that played in Annapolis after it had previewed in Manhattan two months before.
At least three members of Harford County's delegation to the Maryland General Assembly weren't convinced 25 years ago that the corner of West Ring Factory Road and the new Route 24 was the best site for a new elementary school.
More than 300 days had passed since Matt Rutherford pushed out on his 27-foot boat from Annapolis after a quiet send-off. More than 27,000 miles had been navigated to help Rutherford become the first sailor in history to go solo and non-stop around North and South America.
The game is table tennis, and if you think you're been playing it in your basement all these years, you're wrong. Just check out this weekend's North American Teams Championships at the Convention Center