An important part of history has been restored. Cannons that were a part of the War of 1812 are now on display in Patterson Park.
Bank of America, and the National Food Truck Association are hosting a food truck rally at Patterson Park as part of their Eat Drink and Save Lives initiative.
There’s no better time than the spring to enjoy a picnic in Charm City, where the venues are as rich in history as they are beautiful. Visitors will want to have their cameras ready to capture the various mementos that are sure to frequent these ventures.
When one thinks of Baltimore, it is not the location of iconic photography destinations like Mount Rushmore or the Grand Canyon, but there are a few photogenic gems that are not as well known but can still create a gorgeous surrounding for any photographic experience.
Sometimes filling the shoes of those before you is just remembering the path they provided for you.
The ceasefire between the Ukrainian government and Russian-backed separatists is short lived.
Some of the greatest basketball players in the US got their start on the humble public courts in Baltimore. For basketball fans and aspiring players, picking up an informal game may be the best form of training, or just an enjoyable way to pass the afternoon.
A man was attacked in Patterson Park by suspects armed with a medieval weapon.
Homicide detectives are investigating a fatal stabbing in East Baltimore.
Anyone who has tried to park downtown knows it can be a major headache. Now one Canton resident says there’s an app for that.
Bike Jam is Sunday. Also, Fogo de Chao has tips for us.
Some iconic pieces of Baltimore history are about to get a makeover. A few of them are more than 300 years old.