Ravens' Matt Judon Says He's Changing His Pre-Game Pizza Ritual Because Of COVID: 'Pizza Can Be Delivered Anywhere'The Ravens linebacker likes to visit the top pizza spot in each town he goes to prior to games. But, this year, that routine has changed a bit.
Kanye West Spotted Along Maryland's Eastern ShoreRapper Kanye West was spotted on Maryland's Eastern Shore on Tuesday.
Buildings, Venues Light Up Red To Raise Awareness Of Coronavirus' Impact On Live Event IndustryOn Tuesday night, buildings and venues across the country lit up in red to raise awareness about the devastation COVID-19 has brought to the live event industry.
Former Maryland Terp Vernon Davis To Compete On Dancing With The StarsVernon Davis, a former Terp and pro footballer, will be the first Maryland athlete to compete on Dancing with the Stars, according to his alma mater.
'It's A Real Concern': Chadwick Boseman's Death Highlights Earlier Onset Of Colon CancerActor Chadwick Boseman's death from colon cancer is highlighting the earlier onset the disease is having among younger people and communities of color.
Maryland State Fair To Live Stream Some Events, Including Farm Animal Exhibitions, Despite Canceling Due To CoronavirusIt's the time of year when Marylanders would be flocking to the State Fairgrounds to get on the rides, enjoy some fair food and check out the farm animals, but like many other events, the state fair has had to adapt due to the coronavirus.
TikTok Star, Ellicott City Native Bryce Hall Criminally Charged For Throwing House Party In Los Angeles Despite Coronavirus RestrictionsTikTok star and Ellicott City native Bryce Hall has been criminally charged after throwing several large parties at mansions in the Los Angeles area despite coronavirus-related restrictions on gathering sizes.
Annapolis Native, Fashion Designer Christian Siriano 'Feeling Really Proud' Of Efforts To Donate Masks Amid Coronavirus PandemicSiriano has been hard at work making masks since March when they became an important part of peoples' wardrobes.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Musicians Reach New 5-Year ContractThe orchestra and its players have a new long-term contract in place that the organizations say will help BSO continue to thrive despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mount Vernon's An Die Musik Goes Virtual Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has meant countless live concerts and performances have had to be canceled, a blow to musicians and music lovers alike.
'You're Not Alone In The World' | Summer Camp Created To Provide Safe Space For Children With Limb Differences Leads To Life-Long FriendshipsDespite the coronavirus pandemic this year, Camp Open Arms went on, helping kids break boundaries and make unforgettable memories with others just like them.
Artscape To Kick Off Virtually Friday; Runs Through SundayArtscape kicks off Friday even though it will look and feel very different this year.
Maryland Zoo's Blue Duikers Move To Outdoor HabitatThe blue duikers at The Maryland Zoo have moved to an outdoor habitat two months after one of the antelopes gave birth.
Coronavirus Latest: Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival Postponed To October 2021A jazz festival in Delaware has been postponed for a year due to the safety concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
Pirate Radio Concert To Be Held In Baltimore Harbor This WeekendThe First Thursday Festival Series on the Canton Waterfront may not be happening because of the coronavirus pandemic, but this weekend Baltimoreans can still catch some water-side entertainment in the harbor this weekend.