Last Friday, What Weekly & Lineup Room Recording Studio took over The Crown with kickass jams from the early 2000's. Catch what you missed in the photos below.
My brain tells me I'm on the edge of a rock formation hundreds of feet in the air—a sweeping green valley below me, a winding river stretched out far in the distance. To my left another climber sits on an outcropping, adjusting his footing.
Go beyond your comfort zone and participate in the creative process of Baltimore’s first Light City Festival.
Light City artists Yandell Walton and Robby Rackleff conjure surrealistic visions at the Inner Harbor.
Mina Cheon and Gabriel Kroiz bring diamonds to Light City Festival, and with them the healing power of light to illuminate feelings of clarity, unity and optimism.
You’ve probably heard that not a single person of color was nominated for an Academy Award this year. TT the Artist talks about her difficulty connecting with the film industry and how a lack of diversity hurts us all.
Lower Dens' 2015 album, <i>Escape from Evil</i> has been written about as one of the best albums of 2015 from several music journalists and media outlets, but to Jana, the creation of the album was a very real and complex process.
Aerial photographer Peter Stern takes flight and captures nature from above.
How many pounds of produce do we throw-away each year? This Maryland start-up is helping to reduce food waste.
As conversations and initiatives work to support women involved in STEM disciplines worldwide both in the present and future, many people still don’t know about women’s lasting contributions from the past.
Perez Klebahn peels back the layers of the reemergence of Maryland distilling. Meet some of the people developing fine spirits locally and get a glimpse of the variety of libations being produced right here at home.
What better way to celebrate your 33rd birthday than with 100 Hunter S. Thompsons
This past weekend a bunch of awesome Baltimore favorites played Windjammer—a festival, to benefit Believe in Music, at Pier 6 including Future Islands, Beach House, Dan Deacon, and a handful of others.
Parents can unmake you in their death, as easily as they can make you in your birth.
Jeannie Howe is Executive Director of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
ADAM SCOTT COOK has worked his way up in construction architecture for the past fifteen years, from intern to construction worker, to architect-in-training, to project manager, now handling millions of dollars worth of orders for materials, labor and fixtures to complete several major projects at Harbor East in Baltimore.
Heather R. Mizeur is an American politician and member of the Democratic Party from the state of Maryland. She has served as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates from January 10, 2007 to January 14, 2015, representing the 20th district in Montgomery County.
Photographer Jack Radcliffe and I like to talk when we travel, so I flipped on the GPS to think for us and didn’t notice that there was multiple routes from which to choose.