They've been married just over two years, but Andy and Seanne Herbick have already exchanged vows three times, most recently Sunday morning at their alma mater, Loyola University Maryland, with about 80 other steadfast lovebirds.
Marquetta Sullivan, 56, of Annapolis, sparkled like a purple jewel on Lot J this morning — metallic ribbons in her hair, nine necklaces around her neck, frosted purple eye shadow and a Ravens' tattoo on her cheek — all for the playoffs and to mark her hero's last home game.
Carrying on what's become a Baltimore tradition, hundreds of area Jews spent Tuesday up to their elbows in craft paper and care packages, working on community service projects for Mitzvah Day, now in its eighth year.
Anthony Clark hadn't even gotten a plate of food and already he was overcome with emotion, just seeing friends, having a medical student check his blood pressure and knowing hundreds of people had given their time to make sure those needier had a taste of Thanksgiving.
Women account for 45 percent of the National Football League's fan base, according to league officials. The NFL is courting them like never before -- with pop-up boutiques at games, fan clubs where they feel at home and, of course, with a never-before-seen selection of team gear.
Baltimore police are investigating a pair of shootings that occurred late Saturday and Sunday afternoon in the city's Upton neighborhood.
Even a lottery official, a woman who spends her days dealing in hundreds, thousands and, yes, millions, was having a hard time Thursday getting her head around this monstrous number: $540 million.
Millions are braced for the opening of "Hunger Games," the latest young adult book series to become runaway hit and then a movie and, it's looking like, a cultural phenomenon on the likes of "Harry Potter." Tickets to a number of the shows in the Baltimore area are already long gone.
By some estimates, as much as a quarter of the country has cut back on gluten or eliminated it altogether. And yet, experts say less than 10 percent of us have a real problem with gluten. So everyone else? Those gluten-free muffins in your grocery cart are there for no good reason.
As the funding controversy swirled around Susan G. Komen for the Cure this week, much of the criticism was directed not at the group's president, but at Karen Handel, a Maryland native who serves as a senior policy adviser.
When Vinny Ragone heard the Dog Whisperer was going to be at a Baltimore pet store, and he could see him for free, he told his mother (who had never heard of Cesar Millan), "I've got to be there."
Across the country, anonymous kindhearted strangers have been paying off layaway accounts this season — doing it with such frequency that folks have given them a name, "layaway angels."
In the shopping industry, it's an accepted truth that The Average Man is allergic to malls and finds holiday browsing about as appealing as dental work. So if men won't go to the malls, the vendors are coming to them.
A Baltimore-area oenophile has resigned as a critic for the influential Wine Advocate following allegations that a representative sought payments from vineyards for him to visit them. Jay Miller, the former co-owner of Bin 604 in Harbor East,
The publisher of The Wine Advocate said Monday he had embarked on a no-holds-barred investigation into an alleged payola scandal involving one of the publication's top critics.
Forced to choose between a sit-down dinner or watching the game, many football fans are taking their turkeys — and all the trimmings — to M&T Bank Stadium
Fox television's "Kitchen Nightmares," featuring celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and his decidedly tough-love approach to restaurant rehab, will be filming at Cafe Hon next week
The holidays are for family. But while we can squeeze folks around the table for turkey, or into the living room to unwrap presents sometimes they just have to sleep somewhere else. Here's a little help figuring out which hotels would best fit your relatives.
Helped along by its sticky, podlike seeds, wavyleaf basketgrass continues its march across Maryland where it threatens to take the top spot on the region's "most wanted" list of dangerous plants.
Danielle Tate founded MissNowMrs, a site that for $29.95, promises brides a honeymoon free of paperwork and waiting in line. Running since 2006, the Potomac-based business has helped about 85,000 women change their names.
As word began spreading Tuesday that the beloved movie "Diner" was being rejiggered as a Broadway show — with Sheryl Crow music, no less — the mood of the people could best be summed up with a universal head scratch.
Before big games in Ravens Country, we see the most enthusiastic fans changing into purple clothes, flying the team colors on their cars, layering on beads and painting their faces. But lately, the truly passionate are taking it all a step more purple by getting their dogs in the act.
Where's that dislike button when you need it? Facebook's 750 million users awoke Wednesday morning to some dramatic changes on the social media site. And what did they do? Immediately posted about just how much they despised every last bit of it.
Creators of the campaign, called "Show Your Soft Side" and featuring tough, strong athletes, want to convince kids in a city where youngsters have recently been charged with burning, beating and stoning animals, that real men love cats and dogs — they don't hurt them.
Corporations snap to attention when Scary Mommy tweets, and Simon & Schuster will release her first book next Mother's Day. All because when, say, she admits to swearing at her children under her breath, fans sigh with relief, responding, "Me too! Me too! Me too!"
In the 30 years since the aquarium opened, millions of visitors have experienced its sea life and stewardship. Its quixotic tilt on the skyline energized the waterfront. But on its pearl anniversary, the aquarium's biggest gift might be the one it has given to other cities — inspiration.
After a $6.1 million renovation and a two-year closure, Robert E. Lee will re-opening Friday, boasting all sorts of refinements — the centerpiece being a legal, fenced dog run that people will have to pay to use.