The American Craft Council celebrates 38 years and promotes Baltimore as a destination for jewelry buyers.
The Baltimore Sun tells the stories of four Baltimore artists that shared their work at the American Craft Council show.
Maryland Office of Oral Health stresses the importance of proper dental hygiene for children.
b free weekly highlights some of the popular restaurants in Baltimore that put together a special mixed-price menu for Valentine's Day including B&O Brasserie and Rusty Scupper.
The Parking Authority of Baltimore City and the Mayor's Commission on Disabilities plan to launch a program to create more parking spaces.
The Baltimore Sun discusses Dan Klein's challenges and successes as a businessman.
Baltimore plans to set aside more metered spots for disabled drivers.
After the renovation of the Lord Baltimore Hotel, a new restaurant has space to open and serve up their take on classic French cuisine.
Marley Station Mall notices a dramatic drop of business after Raven's lost their opportunity for the Super bowl.
The Intel Science Talent Search awarded two students of The Ingenuity Project as semifinalists in the national science competition.
Free Zumba classes during the new year help increase The Y of Central Maryland's memberships.
Pediatric ophthalmologist at Katzen Eye Group discusses the diagnosis and treatment for lazy eye.
Laurie Schwartz, President of the Waterfront Partnership, shares the development plan for the transformation of the Inner Harbor.
The Baltimore Business Journal takes a look into "Inner Harbor 2.0", the plan for improving the look and feel of the downtown waterfront.
The Baltimore Station is excited about the positive impact art therapy has on their residents.
The Y of Central Maryland is thrilled about the opening of the Towson Family Center Y that will house saltwater pools, a rock-climbing wall and other awesome amenities.
GBMC and Bariatric Boot Camp team up with MAC to fight obesity and take part in MAC's Healthy Start Program.
Lou Haddad, the CEO of Armada Hoffler, shares what he thinks it means to be a charmer.
The Ingenuity Project is training middle school children to become future rocket scientists with their new bottle rocket project.
RA Sushi's Grape Ghoulade was considered one of Baltimore's 10 most devious and delicious Halloween cocktails. The Grape Ghoulade was served at RA Sushi's annual Boo Bash party.
Al Decesaris biked 3,000 miles across the country to raise money and awareness for his niece who suffers from a rare disease called Sturge-Weber syndrome. Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute recently identified the mutation that causes the syndrome and found that it is not genetic.
Rusty Scupper's all-inclusive buffet and complimentary drinks made them a great candidate for 30 breakfast and brunch hot spots.
Marley Station Mall shows off this season's Ravens merchandise on Fox Morning News.
Baltimore Business Journal interviews Brian Levin who plans on returning to Baltimore for his next project.
Enterprise Homes senior development manager, Cory Powell, was recognized as a star in the making by American Housing Finances.
National Aquarium in Baltimore makes room for 1,700 new animals with the closing of the DC aquarium.
B&O American Brasserie adds a bottled cocktail, the Grape Drink, to their menu.
Baltimore magazines captures the hot happenings and people who attended Jhpiego's Anniversary Gala.
Jhpiego celebrates its 40 decade milestone at a gala at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
Kennedy Krieger Institute sends wheelchair softball teams to nationals.
Waterfront Partnership President, Laurie Schwartz, promotes summer series and activities by the Harbor.
This summer, Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore hosts fun outdoor activities.
J. Paul's Chef shows us his take on classic burgers.
Md. transit is headed in the right direction.
J. Paul's introduces exciting new menu items.
Mothers-to-be must be mindful of dental health.
Leslie Mancuso joins her colleagues of Jhpiego, an organization dedicated to preventing needless deaths of women and their families, to celebrate International Nurses Day around the globe.
Rusty Scupper offers three new items for month of May to celebrate soft-shell crab month.
Baltimore's residents and businesses can work together to keep Baltimore's Inner Harbor clean and beautiful.
The Carrera family, whose son was diagnosed with with an autism spectrum disorder by the Kennedy Krieger Institute, has already raised $1,500 for 9th annual autism fundraiser that will be matched by CareFirst.
The Baltimore Station holds annual Homerun for Recovery to support homeless veterans suffering from addiction.
John Racanelli, CEO of National Aquarium, urges Earth Day to be a call to action to take back the planet.
Biden speaks at University of Baltimore School of Law Center preview.
The Architectural Record takes the first look at the John and Frances Angelos Law Center at the University of Baltimore.
The University of Baltimore School of Law prepares to open a 12-story environmentally friendly facility.
Leslie Mancuso, President and CEO of Jhpiego, discusses her international traveling and airport experiences.
Baltimore School for the Arts students get an education by preparing for 'Appalachian Spring.'
This month's Appalachian Spring Festival at the Baltimore School for the Arts marks many firsts.
The new $12.5 million "Blacktip Reef" exhibit at the National Aquarium will open July 10.
Baltimore magazine ranks the top 50 places to eat, including Baltimore's steakhouse, The Prime Rib.
A menu is much more than a list of food and drink. Greg LaMothe, vice president of restaurant concepts and hospitality for Kimpton Hotels, offers the backstory on the menu at Baltimore's B&O American Brasserie.
Baltimore School for the Arts principal Chris Ford is not your typical high school principal. Then again the Baltimore School for the Arts is not your typical school.
Ed Prutzer from Baltimore's Rusty Scupper discusses Maryland's crustacean of choice, the blue crab, and other tailgate favorites.
Weinberg Family Center Y Mentoring program helps children reach their goals and further their success.
B&O American Brasserie cooking trend is named to the top on The National Restaurant Association food trends list.
It was an exciting day at the National Aquarium as Ravens mania was displayed.
Baltimore School for the Arts seniors on tour at local schools to promote fire safety.
The Maryland Athletic Club and Wellness Center teaches WJZ quick exercises to improve health.
TODAY's Erica Hill makes some new aquatic friends at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
Tim and Liz Rhode, owners of the Maryland Athletic Club and Wellness Center share information about the fitness center.
Local Baltimore restaurant receives positive critiques.
Lisa Goldman Vogel shares information about her successful healthcare business.
Baltimore School for the Arts production of the "The Nutcracker" promises to be a production you will never forget.
The Sparkling Sauce Cocktail has become a crowd favorite at J Paul's
WJZ makes a drink with Fell's Point bar featured in Baltimore magazine.
Gordon Biersch has tapped Baltimore as its latest outpost.
The City's main attraction - The National Aquarium - draws millions from out-of-state visitors.
Visitors come to Baltimore from out of state, boosting the economy.
Katzen Eye Group discusses eye problems and the link to diabetes.
BSA students perform the Nutcracker at City Hall for the Mayor.
Taking a look at Rye, one of the best bars in Baltimore.
Gordon Biersch donates to Waterfront Partnerships Healthy Harbor Initiative.
New opportunities for those interested in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
New endeavors, old favorites and everything in between make up our list of Baltimore area's top dining options.
Baltimore's Best Bars - eccentric and endearing.
"Day off in Baltimore...what to do??!!"
New seasonal cocktails to tempting to pass up.
Explore the new seasonal cocktail menu at B&O American Brasserie.
WYPR gains new members and raises money.
McCord is WYPR's new news director
Don't get into business to make money. The temptation to quit will be strongest just before you succeed. Take big risks - even if that means angering a ruler-wielding 6-foot-tall nun.
There seems to be one part of the body that parents are forgetting to protect: eyes.
Learn the difference between an ale and a lager at Gordon Biersch in Harbor East.
Ken Iglehart talks about the best doctors in the area.
Chatanooga, TN- based Gordon Biersch opened the latest addition to its brewery and restaurant collection, a spot located just east of the Harbor East circle. With ample seating inside and out, and a garage-door style opening that allows all patrons to enjoy the harbor breeze.
Gordon Biersch is defined by craft: From brew to food to cocktail and anywhere in between, the newly opened Harbor East restaurant believes in made-from-scratch, small-batch meals and beverages that customers can get excited about.
American chestnut trees were large and in charge for hundreds of years before a foreign fungus decimated the population from Maine to Georgia.
As Pier Four prepares for the holiday light show to again flare across the Power Plant building, businesses in the backdrop hope the spectacle becomes a Baltimore tradition.
The new Black Tip reef exhibit will feature animals including Black Tip Reef Sharks and Whiptail Rays.
RA Sushi's Annual Boo Bash Party!
City, state and federal officials are wondering whether or not to fill an unused corner of the Inner Harbor with a large floating marsh.
CBS Baltimore Talks with Suzzane from Baltimore Magazine.
RA Sushi walked us through their most prized seats in town.
How does a table go from run of the mill to top of the heap? A beautiful view helps.
Cleanup efforts are starting to pick up for Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Who in your company is (or can be) great?
Vinegar may be the solution for preventing Cervical Cancer deaths in low income nations.
Baby Sloth born at the National Aquarium Baltimore.
The hottest happenings in Baltimore.
RA Sushi hosts annual Boo Bash Party.