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The actor behind Ocean City’s “Rodney the Lifeguard” campaign on being Maryland’s face of summer.
Baltimore City College’s first class with women celebrates a 30th reunion.
Police K-9 units have become an increasingly essential law-enforcement tool in and around Baltimore.
Maryland's Oldest & Oddest Congressman Fights For His Political Life
After leaving WMAR-TV, Mary Beth Marsden chose to take on a new cause—the fight for her daughter and other children with autism.
We interview three local broadcasters who recently gave birth to twins.
Nearly 40 years after its founding, a radical Catholic commune finds new allies
An assistant coach for Towson University’s basketball team (alas, 0-17 at press time) also happens to be Bill Murray’s son
Yak, python, bear: Chef Bernard Dehaene at Corner BYOB gives Baltimoreans a taste of the wild.
A group of Eastern Shore history buffs believe Anna Ella Carroll was a secret member of Lincoln’s cabinet.
Baltimore's most notorious graffiti artist tries to go straight, juggling family, school, sobriety, and an art world that just might embrace him.
Don't worry parents, those otherworldly Otakon costumes are just a fun part of growing up.
Navigating life in a Canton row house when babies make six.
A veteran cop faces his toughest opponent: City Hall.
Has the talented but well-traveled skipper finally found a permanent home in Baltimore?
The news anchor on her fear of bridges, doggie desk droppings, and her BFF Deborah Weiner.
The never-shy defense lawyer on porn stars, speaking his mind, and besting William Shatner.
How Alfie Himmelrich went from a family chemical business to owning Stone Mill Bakery.
The Baltimore-born star copes with his recent arrest and his mother's ongoing addictions.
Towson author is the unassuming bestseller next door.
The Incredibly True Adventures of the Baltimore Bachelorette