Reports of colony collapse and notions of sustainability have locals swarming to bee suppliers.
Dennis Miller—who likes to say that his day job fixing TVs found him "behind the set, not on it"—has been selling bees and apiary supplies from his home in Chase for the past 15 years. The native Tar...
The North Baltimore Aquatic Club has produced champions—and they've done it their own way.
On an early Monday afternoon in mid-April, Paul Yetter strips naked, showers, and then lies on his back, floating like a cork in the pitch dark atop four feet of heavily salted water heated to skin...
A salon owner and her husband have their heads in the clouds.
Picture this: an awesome collection of salvaged parts from old fighter jets and commercial planes, re-invented into furniture and art. This stuff really churns up the nostalgia for old flyboys and...
The secret second life of top retina surgeon Bert Glaser.
Drop the name Bert Glaser in Baltimore medical circles, and many will know him as the surgeon who heads up the National Retina Institute that he founded 20 years ago. But there's a swashbuckling side...
Mark Kresel crafts custom birdhouses for celebrities and gets a little something in return.
Eccentric hobbyist or savvy entrepreneur? Traveling salesman, former deep-sea fisherman, and quirky birdhouse designer Mark Kresel qualifies as both. That's how he's caught the attention of big...
Even pacemakers and bad knees can't bench the die-hard players in Baltimore's adult hockey leagues.
With 10 seconds left in the shift, Tim Fowler, 52, controls the bouncing puck near his own net, wheels around, and sprints toward the other end of the rink. As the clock ticks down, he zooms past...
For many Baltimoreans, taking the cash has been a chance for a new career free of "The Man."
He still draws President Bush with that scrunched-up nose, those small, beady eyes, and the big ears that jut out like satellite dishes. But Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher's newest work comes with a few...
Until our town gets another professional football team, we’ve got the semi-pro Baltimore Bears, a bunch of working guys who play the game for the glory, the dreams, and the hits.
Under a misty Saturday-evening sky, more than 50 men are spread out along the Kenwood High School track in East Baltimore, undergoing a transformation. They are pulling on pads and plastic armor,...