With the nation’s eyes on Baltimore, Charm City is shining on the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
It was a sellout last year, and now it’s moving to a bigger location. The hills in Druid Hill Park will be alive with the sound of music Saturday.
Baltimore—underrated? That’s what a business and technology site is saying about Charm City.
We know Baltimore is a great place to live and work, but one group wants to get that message out to everyone.
Tens of thousands of visitors are flocking to Baltimore, and it’s not the Fourth of July holiday weekend that has them staying in hotels and eating out.
Political leaders and local church parishioners gather at City Hall for the annual blessing of the city.
With crabs, history, crime and football, the personality of Baltimore is multifaceted. As such, books about Charm City reflect the varying aspects, from times gone by to more recent developments, both in fiction and non-fiction alike. These are the best books about Baltimore, perfect for locals and visitors alike.
The Baltimore Orioles ran into a team in the Tampa Bay Rays that did not pack it in just because they were eliminated from play-off contention. The O’s went into Tampa and lost two out […]
The Ravens are going to be a much better offensive team in 2012, but it looks like defensive coordinator Dean Pees will have to be creative with his schemes to hide some of the deficiencies.
Two Maryland companies are proposing to bring a carousel back to the Inner Harbor.
The choice is whether you’d take Rice over Ben Grubbs. Both of those guys are free agents now, not Flacco.
I’m not saying the Houston defense isn’t stout, because it is, but Cam called some very interesting plays toward the end of the half and game that drove me crazy