The Olympics may be on most people’s minds, but Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium it was all Ravens all day as Baltimore’s purple birds had their first open practice of the season.
A local nonprofit group is offering people in the D.C. area who have had too much to drink a free ride home through the end of the year.
Drama in Aruba as a judge rules police must release Gary Giordano– the prime suspect in the disappearance of his lover.
Officials say Baltimore County will be offering free metered parking over the holidays this year.
Connecting East Baltimore to downtown for free.
Metro is about to introduce a free transfer between the Farragut West and Farragut North rail stations.
Officials in Maryland are offering reflective safety vests to Halloween trick-or-treaters and their parents and guardians.
Despite new medical recommendations to avoid prostate cancer screenings, the service was offered for free Sunday in Baltimore and dozens of men took advantage.
Baltimore has some serious street cred when it comes to art. Charm City is home to MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art and one of the nation’s best art schools; the Artscape festival, celebrated every July; the wildly fun and avant-garde American Visionary Arts Museum and endless street art and underground projects at every turn. Luckily, for those of us trying to steer clear of extraneous expenses, Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) hosts Free Fall Baltimore.
In the wake of Hurricane Irene, Baltimore City is turning fallen trees into gardening gold.
It’s the East Coast’s largest and loudest free arts fest. Since 1982, Artscape has taken up a sizable chunk of the Station North arts district with top acts like Ray Charles, Blues Traveler and features art from across the country. Taking in the fest can be daunting to both outsider and local a like. This guide will help you enjoy the festival and not get too lost in the three-day sea of creativity.
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering residents of the Delmarva peninsula free admission to its 18-acre waterfront campus and new exhibits.