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Today, Yvonne Freeman leads tours of the neighborhood where she grew up.
Stain contributed to the city’s acclaimed 2012 Open Walls project.
Developed in the late 1700s and early 1800s, shape-note singing soon moved south and west along with the frontier.
The co-founder of Baltimore-based advocacy group Black People Ride Bikes now leads the Wednesday-night “Do the Bike Thing” ride.
Over the past 20 years, Lashelle Bynum estimates she's found and photographed close to 200 ghost signs throughout the city.
The team continues to pull together kids from the nearby neighborhood known as “Down Da Hill” to play an otherwise unfamiliar sport in East Baltimore.
Since 2016, Gray has posted more than 3,300 architectural watercolor sketches—complete with brief histories—on his popular Instagram feed.
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in Cockeysville was constructed between 1850-1852 by the Irish arrivals.
Like The Block itself, The Midway became a Baltimore institution simply by surviving.
Former NBA star's new memoir recounts relationships with family, mentors, and his fellow Dunbar Poets.
The 69-year-old busker is at home at the Waverly Farmers Market.
Frank Hudson is among a long line of entrepreneurs that have catered to residents' snack and beverage needs.
In addition to produce, arabbers distribute free groceries, masks, and public health fliers.
Overheard at the Shot Tower, state arm-wrestling championship, and annual Nun Run.
First-hand accounts from the Schuler School of Fine Arts, a 70-mile run, and Doors Open Baltimore.
Scenes from an Irish wake and Day of the Dead parade.
We go on a behind-the-scenes tour of Clifton Mansion.
Scenes from Normal's Books & Records and the Baltimore American Indian Center.
Scenes from the High Zero festival, Stanstock in Parkville, and Baltimore Bicycle Works.
Scenes from the Gaelic Assocation's camogie game, Born in Baltimore film festival, and Gamescape.
Scenes from Special Olympics of Maryland, Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, and a Tree Bus Tour.
Scenes from the Roosevelt Park skate park, Mr. Trash Wheel's birthday, and Mt. Vernon Square.