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The cat's owner made the decision to put Stanley the feline to sleep after he was suffering from some internal complications. [Read More]
John K. Lea, former owner of Columbia's revered J.K.'s Pub. died of natural causes at his home in Vantage House in Columbia on Dec. 11.... [Read More]
Flood warnings are in effect for various parts of the region effective until 6:30 a.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. [Read More]
In a recent article, music and entertainment magazine Rolling Stone did the difficult job of narrowing down hundreds of live music venues and clubs in... [Read More]
Many of Baltimore's frequented bars and entertainment venues have restrooms with creative, edgy, humorous, thought-provoking and, sometimes, offensive forms of bathroom graffiti. [Read More]
At The Crown in Station North, the main attraction is the music — whether it be a live performance or a DJ spinning. But head... [Read More]
The marker commemorates 1935, the year in which black students Margaret Williams and Lucille Scott were denied admittance to Catonsville High School, from which followed... [Read More]
A man was killed and another was injured in separate shootings Saturday, Baltimore Police said. [Read More]
The circumstances of Thursday's mass shooting in Aberdeen are comparatively rare. Police identified Snochia Moseley as female — a rare class of active shooter. A... [Read More]
City police are investigating a bus crash involving an MTA bus in West Baltimore Friday afternoon. The crash occurred at the intersection of N.... [Read More]
The travel company's viewfinder blog named Baltimore one of the country's 10 smelliest cities, citing its freshly baked bread. [Read More]
A movie on abolitionist Harriet Tubman, scheduled to be shown at a museum, is looking for actors. [Read More]
Known for his boastful lyrics, catchy hooks and accounts of life in inner-city Baltimore, Sandtown hip-hop artist YGG Tay has made a name for himself... [Read More]
If the PETA billboard fiasco that attempted to swear Marylanders off their crabs tells you anything about our locals, it's that Marylanders are passionate about... [Read More]
Maryland Institute College of Art professor and Korean-American artist Mina Cheon began displaying her installation "Eat Choco-Pie Together," made up of 100,000 choco pies, at... [Read More]
Maryland Institute College of Art professor and Korean-American artist Mina Cheon, known for her "polipop," or political pop art, began displaying her art installation "Eat... [Read More]
Italian restaurant Cosima will offer a series of cooking classes, led by executive chef Donna Crivello, teaching participants how to make Sicilian fare, through December. [Read More]
Woodberry restaurant La Cuchara was caught on camera dumping leftover tomatoes into the Jones Fall watershed Sunday after its annual Tomatina festival. [Read More]
Sam and Joan Smith were among the few people near the U.S. Naval Academy around noon Sunday.Earlier that morning, the Annapolis couple had put their... [Read More]
armed with chairs, American flags and signs - lined the sidewalks awaiting the late Sen. John McCain's procession. [Read More]