Free Fall Baltimore, Celebration Of The Arts, Returns In OctoberFree Fall Baltimore is a free month-long celebration of the arts in the Charm City held during National Arts and Humanities Month.
AFRAM Festival Returns, First In-Person Event Held On MondayAfter two years, the AFRAM Festival is back.
Things To Do In Maryland: Labor Day WeekendIt's almost the end of summer as the kids prepare to go back to school. So here's a few things you can do in Maryland to enjoy your last few days of summer break. 
In Need Of A Laugh For Labor Day Weekend? Come To The 3rd Annual Baltimore Comedy FestivalDuring this upcoming Labor Day weekend, people throughout Baltimore will take part in various festivities before the official end of summer.
Theater Festival In D.C. Puts Spotlight On Female PlaywrightsIt was a historic moment in theater few people saw when the first female writing team won Tony Awards this year for "Fun Home." The milestone symbolized a stubborn imbalance between the number of female playwrights who see their work produced on stage compared with men.
Frederick Film Festival Focuses On International Short FilmsThe Frederick Film Festival is putting on shorts this summer.
African American Festival Taking Place In BaltimoreOfficials are expecting up to 350,000 people at the African American Festival this weekend in Baltimore.
Artscape Returns to BaltimoreArtscape, America's largest free arts festival, is coming back to Charm City from Friday, July 17 through Sunday July 19 on Mount Royal Ave. and North Charles St.
Tourists In D.C. Waiting For Cherry Blossoms To BloomWhile the trees aren't in full bloom just yet, many people say Monday was still a great day to be there.
Women's Voices Theater Festival To Include 50+ TheatersMore than 50 theaters in the Washington area are joining a two-month festival to present new plays by women playwrights.
Week-Long Ideas & Music Festival Coming To BaltimoreDazzling light displays and major music acts. A week-long, multi-million dollar festival is planned for Charm City. If it comes, you may not even recognize Baltimore's most familiar landmarks.