A Baltimore and Hollywood legend is back. The Hollywood Diner is once again offering more than just food.
A conference in Baltimore is focusing on how minority adolescents and teenagers are being treated in Maryland’s criminal justice system.
Onscreen tobacco use increased by 34% per movie last year in films targeted at children and teens.
Flash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
Parents are going broke. Kids are getting hurt.
Eight people have been shot in the last 24 hours citywide—right before the holiday weekend. It’s the latest in a string of concerning crimes, including the takeover of a downtown convenience store.
A survey of Salvation Army youth programs in more than 80 cities shows more than eight in 10 programs saw increased demand from children and families in the past year as unemployment and funding cuts strained charities.
Arena Stage has cast five young Washington-area students for its upcoming production of Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man” after a unique casting call that was open to the public.
The Montgomery County Council has delayed action on a youth curfew plan proposed by County Executive Isiah Leggett.
As the losses and injuries keep mounting for Maryland, the Terrapins keep getting younger.
Now in his 16th NFL season, Ray Lewis is still a terror at age 36. At this point in his magnificent career, the Baltimore Ravens’ middle linebacker is a wiser version of his former self.
There’s stripped-down rock, then there’s stripping-down to rock.