Baltimore Exhibit Will Feature Art Of Filmmaker John WatersAn exhibit set to open later this year at the Baltimore Museum of Art will be the first major retrospective of filmmaker John Waters' art in his hometown.
Museum: John Waters Film Fest Hails Part Of Collector's GiftThe New Orleans Museum of Artis about to begin a John Waters film festival to celebrate a gift of photographs and a sculpture by the movie maker.
'Cry Baby' Actress 'Hatchet Face' Kim McGuire DiesKim McGuire, star of John Waters' iconic film "Cry Baby" has died.
Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013Don and Marty had "Coffee With" John Waters. Gigi Barnett had "People Are Talking" about naming the new lion cubs at the Maryland Zoo.
Historic Senator Theatre To Reopen This WeekThe Senator Theatre is back. The 74-year-old Baltimore landmark has been closed since spring of 2012, but it reopens this week with a fundraiser featuring, "Hairspray," from Charm City's own, John Waters.
Baltimore Icon John Waters Joins Up With BSOJohn Waters breathes new life into his production "Hairspray."
Baltimore Mulls Formstone Ban For New ConstructionBaltimore is considering banning new construction that uses Formstone, the fake stone that covers block after block of rowhomes across the city.
Md. Towns Featured In FilmsAre you looking for Maryland towns featured in films? Baltimore, Berlin, Burkittsville, St. Michaels and Towson were all featured in movies.
Schaefer Back At Baltimore's City Hall For Last GoodbyeThe body of William Donald Schaefer is back in Baltimore for one final farewell. Schaefer lay in repose at Baltimore's City Hall Tuesday, ahead of Wednesday's funeral.