Petting Zoo, Crafts & More: Harbor Harvest Fall Children's Festival Goes VirtualThe Harbor Harvest Fall Children's Festival will be held virtually this year from Oct. 19-31.
One Day At A Time Stars Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez On Show's CBS Premiere: 'What's Really Special Is It Takes On Very Difficult Topics, But Does So With Enormous Heart And Soul'Two of the stars of "One Day At A Time" discuss what audiences can expect from Season 4 premiering tonight on CBS.
Jimmy Buffett Plays Impromptu Mini-Concert For U.S. Naval Academy Sailing Team Before PracticeThe U.S. Naval Academy sailing team got quite the surprise Friday afternoon! 
New Sports & Social Restaurant Coming To Maryland Live! Casino & HotelIt's a one of kind restaurant, gaming and social lounge at Maryland Live! Casino & Hotel, and it could be the perfect spot for sports betting. 
'Charm City Kings,' Film About Harsh Realities Facing Baltimore Youth, To Launch On HBO MaxA new film, about to be released on HBO Max, depicts a Baltimore teen facing some tough decisions; a life of crime, or a long walk on the straight and narrow.
'How Often Do You Get To Pick Your Own Neighbors?' CBS' Stephen Colbert Encourages Marylanders To VoteWith exactly four weeks until the 2020 general election, late-night comedian Stephen Colbert is encouraging Marylanders to cast their votes, calling this year's election "an important one."
Sports Betting On Ballot In Maryland This Fall; Hogan Expects Measure To PassVoters in Maryland will be able to weigh in this fall on whether sports betting should be legal in the state.
Jimmy Buffett Spotted At Maryland's Chesapeake Inn"Margaritaville" singer Jimmy Buffett was spotted in Maryland over the weekend.
'Stubby' The Rhino's Departure From The Maryland Zoo Has Been Postponed. Here's How You Can Say GoodbyeAfter spending most of his life at the Maryland Zoo, Stubby the rhinoceros is set to move to a new home at a private wildlife conservancy.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Resumes Practice With COVID-19 Safety Precautions In PlaceIn July, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra canceled all concerts through November 29 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Free Fall Baltimore To Show Case Arts & Culture For Residents, VisitorsThe Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts has kicked off the start of Free Fall Baltimore.