Find the Best in Baltimore
When the show ended its run, David Simon said he wanted his portrayal of Baltimore judged against the future.
Local rapper discusses his latest album, which shines light on the Black queer male experience.
We talk to Rizzo about her new book, ’Come and Be Shocked.’
Councilman Leon Pinkett hopes to increase production tax incentives with new resolution.
With a nod to New York magazine, check out our guide to some of the most Baltimore moments from the past year.
Over four decades, Vander Pearson of Pearson's Florist has seen it all in Station North.
The latest work about The Wire and Maryland's musical history.
Co-creator talks about his creative process and what he’s working on next.
Wherever these Wire actors end up, they remain a part of Baltimore, and we’re happy to follow them.
And four other things that happened in local sports this week.
The creative couple talks about authorial autonomy, the complicated legacy of The Wire, and why Simon had no idea who Channing Tatum is.
The Center Stage artistic director and The Wire star discuss the HBO classic, The Baltimore Unrest, and the beauty of getting naked.
Saturday's event at the Lyric included Freddie Gray's stepfather and Wire cast and crew.
White House video shows the president and Simon discussing the consequences of the drug war.
Six-part miniseries will focus on race relations and politics in Yonkers, NY.
The Maryland governor and The Wire creator make peace over Coronas on Amtrak.
Dancer, Wire actor, and storyteller Maria Broom always comes home.
Cast members from the critically acclaimed show come together for a good cause.
Six years after “the best show on TV” began, the man behind the series comes clean about why he did what he did.