Top 40 radio fans might not know Charlie Puth by name. But chances are good they know the 24-year-old¿s wistful falsetto, thanks to his scene-stealing feature on Wiz Khalifa¿s ¿See You Again,¿ a surprise, quadruple-platinum hit from last year¿s ¿Furious 7¿ soundtrack.
Electronic dance music duo the Chainsmokers, sing-songy rapper Fetty Wap and Towson pop-punk act All Time Low lead the music artists scheduled to perform at the Preakness Stakes' InfieldFest on May 21, the Maryland Jockey Club announced in a news release today. Tickets are on sale now here.
Hip hop artist and fashion designer Kanye West debuted his newest album "The Life of Pablo" and clothing line ¿Yeezy Season 3¿ today at Madison Square Garden. But as if an album listening party combined with a fashion show wasn¿t innovative enough, the rap star also broadcasted the show via satellite in movie theatres across the globe, with several locations in Maryland, including Baltimore.
If someone would have told Pete Wentz -- bassist of the band Fall Out Boy, who plays Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., this weekend -- that the pop-punk quartet he formed in a Chicago suburb in 2001 would go on to write one of the biggest sports anthems in recent memory years later, he would have shook his head in disbelief.
Progressive trance DJ Armin van Buuren and actor-turned-rapper Childish Gambino will headline this year's 2015 Preakness InfieldFest concert on May 16, Pimlico Race Course general manager Sal Sinatra told The Sun on Thursday.
Baltimore rap fans have been waiting for Los' "Becoming King" since last year. On Thursday, the Bad Boy Records signee and Baltimore native finally released the free 17-track mixtape, which you can download from Datpiff.
University of Maryland football player Ryan Schlothauer was stabbed multiple times in a fight that led to three injuries and two arrests at Charles Village Pub in Towson early Saturday morning, Baltimore County Police said.
By By Jon Meoli and Jeff Barker and Baltimore Sun Media Group
Towson community leaders have seen a sharp decease in community disturbances related to Towson University's annual Tigerfest in recent years, and hope that trend continues when the annual end-of-year celebration takes over campus this weekend.
Before his record-breaking sophomore season at Iowa Western Community College, Deon Long spent his summer days working out and running routes with Maryland quarterback Ricardo Young and wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
Two days after Kentucky Derby winner I'll Have Another's thrilling win over Bodemeister under sunny skies and in front of a packed house, Maryland Jockey Club president Tom Chuckas pronounced the 137th running of the Preakness a rousing success.