Boston is finally embracing native son Edgar Allan Poe more than 160 years after his death, despite his notoriously frosty relationship with the city’s literary elite of his day.
It only happens once a year, and Saturday is the day you’ll have a chance to meet some of Baltimore’s most famous characters. Back by popular demand, it’s Meet the Mascot Day.
An original manuscript of a poem written by Edgar Allan Poe has sold for $300,000 at an auction in Massachusetts.
You see them in costume but rarely get a look at the people inside. They’re the mascots of Baltimore’s pro and college sports teams.
The closer we get to the Super Bowl, the more fans are getting excited. On Wednesday, hundreds of Ravens fans showed up in the middle of the day for a rally at White Marsh Mall.
From the tombstone of Edgar Allan Poe, one can reach the street by taking a narrow dirt path between two tall stone mausoleums and crouching for a few steps underneath a portion of Westminster Hall.
In just a few days, the Ravens will head to high altitude for a chance to continue their playoff push. Excitement is ramping up for the team and the fans ahead of the big game in Denver. Wednesday night, supporters got to get up close with some star Ravens.
It was too valuable to lose. The historic Edgar Allan Poe House was in danger of closing for good, but the landmark has a revival plan in the works and it comes on the anniversary of the writer’s death.
Baltimore is going purple. The mayor urged everyone to get into the Ravens spirit. And kids are already putting pen to paper to cheer for the home team.
Take a look outside and it is clear that fans are fired up about the Ravens march toward the Super Bowl. And starting Tuesday, you can start to see that purple pride around the city.