When Ann Munro Wood and her sister Roxie Munro talk about 50 shades of gray, they really talk about 50 shades of gray. Both women have had long careers as artists, but their styles, subject matter and working speed are completely different.
Festivities continue in Maryland as we celebrate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Saturday, after days of anticipation, the Blue Angels soared above Fort McHenry.
The Boardwalk has been a tourism nucleus for decades. And while it stays relatively the same year after year, with a multitude of stores, eateries and other attractions, each season brings a few changes.
The 113th-annual New York International Auto Show opens to the public on April 6. Find out what has already been revealed.
Bridal show proceeds go to fight cancer. Also, we have brunch ideas.
Sometimes that classic chestnut “you get what you pay for” is actually true. We’ve all been in that situation: the moment when you’re sitting in a nondescript but aggressively modern trendy bar, drinking a mediocre yet expensive cocktail and listening to the same tired bar music and you start to think “What am I doing here?” But then there are those special places that aren’t easy on the wallet but you’re practically guaranteed to have a great night. They’ve got great looking décor, tons of ambiance and a deep bar selection. The place where you don’t mind paying a little bit more for a drink because the atmosphere is right and the service is good, without being fussy or snobby. You can show up in jeans or a cocktail dress, and still be comfortable.
Baltimore City Police are investigating the city’s first homicide of 2012.
The fireworks that sound off the beginning of 2012 are the biggest show organizers have ever put together in Baltimore.
You might think that being the host of a high-profile TV show would cause a performer to watch his mouth. You’d be wrong. At least in the case of Adam Carolla, the comedian who is […]
Don and Marty talked to David Bryan and Montego Glover about the musical “Memphis”.
It’s the biggest show in town. “Shrek The Musical” is now happening at the Hippodrome. One of the biggest stars of the show is actually one of the smallest.
A Pennsylvania woman who admitted cheating advertisers and exhibitors out of thousands of dollars for a fake Boston bridal show has been sentenced to nearly 5½ years in prison.