For the second time this week, Baltimore sports fans celebrate opening day. This time it was at Pimlico.
Chris Brown has been taken into custody by U.S. marshals and will be transported to Washington, D.C., for an upcoming misdemeanor assault trial, an official said Thursday.
Rosie O’Donnell will receive the 2014 Isabelle Stevenson Award, an honorary prize given to members of the theater community for their philanthropic efforts.
Sen. Edward Kasemeyer says Maryland should look to the film industry for jobs it has lost in manufacturing.
Bentley and Crow will perform “I Hold On,” Brice will perform his ACM nominated single “I Drive Your Truck,” and Paisley will make the national television debut of his new single “River Bank.”
Get “Happy!” That’s the theme for this year’s African American Festival, and the mayor has announced the entertainment lineup.
U2′s classic album “The Joshua Tree,” Linda Ronstadt’s “Heart Like a Wheel” and an early, influential Christian rock album will play on forever, or at least as long as the Library of Congress is around.
In its 208th and final episode on Monday, the CBS comedy “How I Met Your Mother” finally revealed the mystery contained in its title and then ended with a twist designed to reward longtime fans.
A new museum exhibit explores the history of the banjo in Baltimore, home to the first U.S. banjo factory.
The two artists will perform their duet “Medicine” live during the 49th annual ACM Awards this Sunday.
The new CBS comedy series “Friends With Better Lives” premieres Monday after the hour long series finale of “How I Met Your Mother.”
The Band Perry will kick off the 2014 ACM Awards with a performance of their latest single “Chainsaw.” Also, two Entertainer of the Year nominees artists will pay tribute to Merle Haggard. Who are they? And which fellow Country Hall of Famer will present Haggard with the award?
They’re more than just a pretty face! These celebs started out as models, but found their niche in the acting world.
April is National Poetry Month, and CBSBaltimore.com is celebrating by highlighting some legendary, celebrity, local and controversial poets.
Ranking Stephen King’s books from worst to best. His newest, Mr. Mercedes, will be released in early June.
They may have little else in common, but these celebs all share the name “Patrick.”
These are a few of our favorite (green) things.