Baltimore Riots

History & Politics

When Baltimore Burned

Fifty years ago this month, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. set off an upheaval in the city unlike anything since the Civil War.

The Chatter

New Youth Jobs Center Adds to Mondawmin Revitalization

One year after unrest, mayor returns to site of initial clash to celebrate urban renewal project.


Swing and a Miss

How SNL tried—and failed—to cover the Baltimore protests.

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Thank You, Tampa Bay

As the O's played a "home" series down in Florida, Rays fans showed their love.

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This Week in Photos

A compilation of the most inspiring photos, tweets, and videos from the week that shook Baltimore.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: May 1-3

A roundup of ways to support Baltimore this weekend.


Sound of Silence

Eerie images from Wednesday’s Orioles game at Camden Yards, which was closed to the public.


Orioles Play to Empty House

Surreal Camden Yards experience for O's—and noisy fans peeking from behind outfield gates.

On The Town

Bartenders Concerned About Curfew Affecting Business

The city-wide 10 p.m. curfew isn't doing the service industry any favors.

The Chatter

Cleanups, Free Lunches, and Meetings After the Riots

Baltimore spends today recovering from yesterday's destruction.

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Decades Night Club Documents Baltimore Club Music History at the Peale Center: We speak with curator Mia Loving about her latest exhibit, on view through this week.

What is the Likelihood of President Trump Coming to Baltimore?: With a House Republican conference and an invitation from Elijah Cummings, a presidential visit might be imminent.