Not only is Baltimore known for its charm, it has been the subject of some of the most famous scenes in film performed by Hollywood’s elite. From 1980s cult classics to political thrillers, movies from every genre and style have the “land of pleasant living” to thank for many of their best shots.
Tears and hugs were on the menu Monday at a Howard County landmark. After more than six decades, the Forest Diner on Route 40 is closing.
If you’ve been to Dundalk you’ve probably enjoyed a good meal at the popular Boulevard Diner.
Can another Baltimore movie make it big on Broadway? We’re about to find out.
It may be hard to believe, but the movie “Diner” is marking its 30th anniversary.
Marty and Don had “Coffee With” comedian Lewis Black. They talked about the holiday season. For People Are Talking, Ron Matz was at the Charles Theater talking about the 30th anniversary of “Diner.”
Barry Levinson is returning to the diner. The writer and director has revisited his 1982 movie, “Diner,”
and turned it into a stage musical with the hope of putting it on Broadway next year. Sheryl Crowe is supplying music and lyrics.
Do you want to see some of the best movies set in Baltimore? They include Hairspray, Sleepless in Seattle, Diner, The Accidental Tourist and Ladder 49.