We know Baltimore is a great place to live and work, but one group wants to get that message out to everyone.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is planning a trip to Maryland to tout his state for having lower taxes.
He stopped at McDonald’s after signing a huge NFL contract, but soon Joe Flacco will appear in an ad for the fast food restaurant, according to the Baltimore Business Journal.
Retired Ravens legend Ray Lewis helps in the creation of a new football ad for Under Armour.
The dean of Washington National Cathedral is speaking out in support of gay marriage in a new advertisement airing in advance of next week’s Supreme Court arguments on same-sex marriage.
Metro is adding disclaimers to ads in its system after a judge told officials that Metro must post a controversial pro-Israel ad.
There’s more fallout in the Gallaudet University controversy over the suspension of an administrator who signed the same-sex marriage petition. This time it’s over a campaign ad.
Gallaudet University is asking a coalition opposed to same-sex marriage to stop airing a television ad that features a staff member who was suspended for signing a referendum petition.
One of the bigger surprises this offseason for the Ravens was the departure of Todd Heap, who like Derrick Mason, was a victim of Ozzie Newsome’s significant payroll reduction. Now a member of the Arizona […]
We’re eagerly looking forward to driving the 2012 Ford Focus. It’s won raves in reviews–including the first-drive report on TheCarConnection–and been the subject of downright fawning coverage in Detroit media. It has many unique features […]
An animal rights group is offering to help out the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, which has been cut off financially by the city of Baltimore.
Pepco is apologizing to customers in the Washington region for widespread power outages and is pledging to make improvements in a full-page newspaper advertisement.