City students and alt-rockers produce song about recent unrest.
What is the best piece of advice for a great summer cookout?
Overheard at the tattoo convention, Spincycle laundromat, and LGBTQ walking tour.
The local company designs a mobile app that celebrates all things Baltimore.
We talk to Kennedy Krieger's Patrick Rummerfield, the world's first fully functioning quadriplegic.
Academy Award-nominated directors document local ice cream company's journey.
Our favorite photos from this year's water-themed Artscape.
Saturday's event at the Lyric included Freddie Gray's stepfather and Wire cast and crew.
Rawlings-Blake announces review of all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues.
We've got some great fish tales for our first-ever seafood issue.
Fortieth Pride festival tempered by iconic nightclub’s closure.
Deputy police commissioner Kevin Davis will serve as interim commissioner.
Game-show host is just the latest incarnation of longtime TV personality Richard Sher.
Inner Harbor aquarium will live-stream shark feedings and host daily diver chats.
Distilleries are popping up all over Maryland, everywhere from Under Armour to the Eastern Shore.
Our guide to the largest free arts festival in the country.
Former mayor resigned in 2010 after taking gift cards donated to the poor.
Waterfront Partnership raising money for cleanup innovation off Boston Street.
As Pride prepares to celebrate its 40th year, we look back at the local LGBT celebration.
Nepal quakes hit home for Baltimore aid worker Robin Contino.
Society pair and Richmond cousin sewed first rebel “Southern Cross” early in Civil War.
Rawlings-Blake “disheartened" by decision; Montgomery and Prince George's line gets go-ahead.
What’s your favorite local beach?
Managing editor Max Weiss previews the July issue of Baltimore magazine.
John Waters discusses what the one-legged lawn ornament meant to him and Baltimore.
Document mysteriously leaked to The Sun shows "high-energy injury."
Former Dorchester County slave became an Underground Railroad leader.
Maryland governor says he has lymphoma and will soon begin chemotherapy treatments.
Your guide to the summer solstice in Baltimore.
The landmark Annapolis deli, Chick and Ruth’s, turns 50.
Kim Firestone ditches the silver spoon life to run a restaurant in Frederick.
Carroll leaves a legacy of journalistic integrity after storied newspaper career.
Station North Tool Library is DIYer’s dream.
Retired Baltimore City investigator says police ‘leery’ of aggressively pursuing arrests in wake of Freddie Gray charges.
We talk to director of racing Georganne Hale about the Triple Crown winner and future of Preakness at Pimlico.
Festival to bring light, art, music, and innovation to Baltimore in 2016