Former NBA star's new memoir recounts relationships with family, mentors, and his fellow Dunbar Poets.
When the show ended its run, David Simon said he wanted his portrayal of Baltimore judged against the future.
The museum's Fashion Archives include more than 15,000 items spanning four centuries.
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We chat with author and crime reporter Justin Fenton about watching his book get remade for TV.
The city will begin offering $1,000 per month—no strings attached—to 200 parents this summer.
Though shuttered for more than three decades, the Marble’s legacy lives on in the dizzying array of talent it fostered.
There’s something for everyone in the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area
Along with photographing long-shuttered psychiatric institutions, Christopher has shot former factories, power plants, churches, schools, mills, and malls across Maryland.
State funding for city street maintenance expected to finally return.
Leaving the U.S. in part for his own safety, the 27-year-old abolitionist traveled the Emerald Isle for four months and returned a changed man.
Awaiting a fifth trial on the same murder charge, Davis’ defense alleges vindictive prosecution by State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Audio clips complied by nonprofit highlight issues with controversial murder case now headed to fifth trial.
The Eastern Shore-born abolitionist would have turned 200 this year.
NASA recruited Valerie Thomas from Morgan State in 1964.
Volunteer-run establishment honoring the small town's most famous daughter is considered one of the oldest community organizations dedicated to Tubman's memory.
Morgan grad was also the first woman to officiate a D-I men's college basketball game.
Former Milford Mill Academy class president discusses his career, the state of broadcast journalism, and how his deep Baltimore roots inform his work.
But just how similar would it be to the city’s fondly remembered original of the 1970s?
Lacy, who covered Jackie Robinson’s rookie year with the Brooklyn Dodgers, would prove as resilient as No. 42 himself.
Baltimore State’s Attorney allegedly falsified mortgage applications and COVID-19 hardship claims.
The mysterious death, general strangeness, and undeniable genius of a certain macabre poet casts a large shadow over the city’s literary legacy. But Baltimore’s writing tradition is as rich and diverse as the city itself.
Everyone remembers where they were on January 6, 2021, when rioters stormed the Capitol. But that day is particularly vivid to me—because I was there.
In this final year of Maryland’s four-year electoral cycle, political scientists and lawmakers expect a more fiery session than usual.