Tall ships and naval vessels from around the world are making their way up the Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore.
Baltimore is pulling out all the stops when it comes to celebrating the upcoming bicentennial of the War of 1812.
We’re marking a birthday of note in Baltimore this weekend. The B&O Railroad is 185 years old.
It’s a real taste of Maryland, and if you’ve had it before you know how delicious and healthy it is. Baltimore restaurants are ready to serve up a rockfish celebration.
As crews get the Inner Harbor prepped for Saturday’s New Year’s Eve party, the night’s main entertainment is getting ready to funk up the stage.
After seven years of darkness, Salisbury’s night sky will again see fireworks on July 4.
Officials with Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts officials say they don’t have the funds to produce the annual Inner Harbor fireworks display due to a lack of donations.
Abolitionist Frederick Douglass is finally getting a homecoming celebration in his native Maryland county with a statue honoring him, after years of work by local residents to recognize him in a prominent place — on the same courthouse grounds where he gave a speech in 1878 and where a monument to local men who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War now stands.
Father’s Day, the holiday set aside to celebrate dad, has been an institution for 101 years. But what is the evolution of Father’s Day? How did it become the holiday it is today? One Father’s Day historian offers his unique perspective on the third Sunday in June and after you read this, you too will be a Father’s Day expert.
The only grandson of Malcolm X will speak at a statewide birthday celebration for the civil rights activist.
A year after Maryland fans’ rowdy celebration following a victory over basketball rival Duke, subdued crowds watched the Terps lose in a blowout to the Blue Devils.
Final preparations are underway for the fireworks that will light up the night sky come midnight.