Baltimore has become a microcosm of the world with its very diverse populations. Known for its communities which span the gamut of cultures, Charm City has become the place to visit as well as live. Because of the diverse cultures living in the area, there is a desire and/or need to learn the languages native to the various residents. Here is a sampling of language classes available for people interested in becoming bi-lingual or just studying another tongue.
Coffee With Renate Stoever and People Are Talking about Chessie Jam.
Hagerstown Mayor David Gysberts has apologized for telling visiting German students he sometimes wishes his city had a war to clear out old buildings.
At 9 a.m., the wooden pews of McDaniel College’s Big Baker Chapel were quickly filling, as middle school and high school students streamed into the building.
A murder case involving a 91-year-old Washington socialite and her much-younger husband has taken a series of bizarre turns.
A German man who masqueraded as a Rockefeller and assumed many other identities was ordered to stand trial Tuesday in a California killing that baffled police for 26 years.
The Coast Guard Cutter Eagle will be docking in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor this weekend.
A German national who was extradited from Europe on a 10-year-old rape charge has been sentenced in Hagerstown to 20 years in prison for a lesser offense.
When the Old Stein Inn burned down last New Year’s Eve, owner Mike Selinger watched 28 years of his life go up in flames.
A German journalist reported missing from his Maryland home last month has been found dead in a rural part of northern Pennsylvania.