The new director of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute is making history is more ways than one.
The Maryland man entrusted to protect and care for historical items in the National Archives has been sentenced for stealing and selling them.
City residents can enjoy a good symphony, broadway production or private art showing all throughout the year. When saving is a priority, Baltimore has tons to offer.
Putting history online. That’s what the Walters Art Museum is doing thanks to nearly a million dollars in grants.
Tina Fey’s red suit, flag pin and eyeglasses worn to channel her Sarah Palin parodies of the 2008 presidential race are going on view at the Newseum, along with items from journalists and candidates who made history in presidential politics.
On Sunday it will be the 4th ring for Pats QB (and husband of a super model) Tom Brady or the 2nd ring for little brother Eli Manning. Either way a tough pill to swallow for Peyton Manning.
Ever wondered how Valentine’s Day started? We’ve got the answer for you…
City buildings in Baltimore are closed for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday with the exception of police headquarters.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced last week the nation’s 2010 senior population, or those 65 years old or older, was the largest in census history and outgrew the nation’s total population rate from 2000 to 2010.
The Newseum is opening a new show featuring sports photographer Neil Leifer and his images from some of the great moments in sports history.
The potential in downtown Frederick and the challenge of turning an industrial area into a shopping mecca brought a young Texan to the city nearly 40 years ago.
An easy way to get Priscilla Rall engaged in a conversation is to start talking about local history. She lives and breathes it.