<p>Police K-9 units have become an increasingly essential law-enforcement tool in and around Baltimore.</p>
On a clear, crisp March day, Officer Christopher Davies prepares the second floor of a long-abandoned building at Rosewood State Hospital to go to the dogs—or, more specifically, to the Baltimore...
Party On: 23 ways to celebrate
There’s a ton of events for all ages on tap in Baltimore for the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. Here’s a roundup:
Wednesday, June 13
Head for the harbor to see a massive fleet of 13 towering...
<p>154 Things To Do In The 10 Neighborhoods You Need To Know About</p>
If you talked to any Joe Schmo on the street about the best neighborhoods in Baltimore, they’d list the usual suspects: Canton, Federal Hill, Fells Point, Hampden. And while all of those are...
After 40 years, Glenwood Life has become an institution for addicts.
It’s late on a crisp fall afternoon at the Glenwood Life Counseling Center in Govans. This is typically the quietest time of day, but there is still a small crowd chatting by the front door. One by...
Can’t find parking? Two Baltimoreans have a solution
It’s enough to ruin a nice dinner, a night out, or, God forbid, a Ravens game—yes, we’re talking about parking problems. But two local techies, Nick Miller and Adam Zilberbaum, have solved the...
It's a new year, so our thoughts are naturally turning to the future. And despite the economic downturn felt here and elsewhere, things are looking pretty bright in Charm City.
It's a new year, so our thoughts are naturally turning to the future. And despite the economic downturn felt here and elsewhere, things are looking pretty bright in Charm City. The thing we're most...
Baltimoreans reflect on the day that changed America, 10 years ago this month.
Governor of Maryland on September 11, 2001
When you run for office you think about all the things that can happen. Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined the circumstances...
The Grand Prix comes roaring into the Inner Harbor next month. But when the exhaust clears, will the headaches have been worth it?
Seconds before the green flag drops on the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, one of the most famous female athletes on earth will steer her bright-lime-and-black race car onto Pratt Street, then hit...
Developers are reimagining the tourist mecca as a hub for downtown families.
From the 17th-floor offices of the Greater Baltimore Committee on South Calvert Street, one can see much of the Inner Harbor, from the pavilions, past the Maryland Science Center, around to the Rusty...
Plans for a new city skate park roll forward
When Stephanie Murdock was a student at Towson University, she started skateboarding. Problem was, she couldn't find many legal, safe places to do it.
"Carroll Park in Pigtown was pretty much the...