It’s been a part of Baltimore for more than a century, and it happens on Sunday.
One of Baltimore’s very own holds a unique honor of being the oldest African-American church below the Mason-Dixon Line.
When you think of how the Star-Spangled Banner sounds, most of you will conjure up nearly identical versions of the song in your mind.
The National Zoo in Washington is throwing a panda party.
It started out small. A Catonsville newspaper didn’t like the idea of people leaving on the newly created interstate going to 4th of July celebrations elsewhere.
The Archdiocese of Washington is 75 years old, but Catholics in the diocese have been celebrating Mass for 380 years.
A warning as an American holiday celebration proves to be the cause of an increasing number of serious hospital visits for kids.
A historic milestone for one of Maryland’s own. Thursday, Phillips Seafood celebrates 100.
Summer starts Saturday, and Baltimore will get an early start on it Friday night. A two-night summer solstice celebration begins in Druid Hill Park.
Its home is the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore, but the original manuscript of the Star-Spangled Banner is about to leave town for a little while.
American history comes to life in Baltimore this summer as we celebrate the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
Members of Delaware’s congressional delegation are joining in an annual celebration of the Delmarva region’s poultry industry.