The Baltimore Ravens have announced that Joe Odoms is the winner of their National Anthem competition and will sing at each home game during the 2014 season.
A 200 year old piece of paper is one of the most important documents in our country’s history.
Before the “dawn’s early light” and the “twilight’s last gleaming,” the author of our national anthem was busy arranging a prisoner swap with the enemy.
Girl Scouts, Little League baseball players and musicians including Phish and Train are joining a national sing-a-long on Saturday, which is Flag Day, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the national anthem and the flag that inspired its lyrics.
American history comes to life in Baltimore this summer as we celebrate the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House in Baltimore is opening a new exhibit about the creator of the flag that inspired the national anthem.
The original, handwritten manuscript of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and the flag that inspired the song’s lyrics will be displayed together at the Smithsonian in Washington, the first time the historic pieces are believed to have been shown side by side.
It was 200 years ago this summer that a Baltimore flag-maker stitched the flag that inspired America’s national anthem. Now, hundreds of people are helping to recreate the star-spangled banner.
Sewers in Maryland are set to begin recreating the flag that inspired the national anthem.
Who would have ever thought that a hockey game would be remembered more for something that happened before the puck even dropped?
A little-known official translation of the U.S. national anthem to be sung in Spanish is now part of the Smithsonian Institution’s collection.
Baltimore’s oldest holiday, Defenders Day, was celebrated Sunday.