As the artist behind the Love Project, Michael Owen has painted the image of hands forming the word "love" on 11 walls scattered throughout the city. In June 2010, when he and his wife separated, he almost quit the project. How could he keep painting this word when he barely believed in it?
Yes, the name is a little silly, in an Abbott and Costello kind of way. But Don't Know Tavern is a South Baltimore neighborhood bar that's great for pre- and post-gaming. And if you don't have tickets to the Ravens' season opener, Don't Know's 25 TVs will have you covered.
Read a Q&A with Rodney, our favorite Ocean City lifeguard. Two years ago, Ocean City debuted a sunny, slightly absurd ad campaign starring a lifeguard named Rodney, who "rescued" people from their daily lives and whisked them away to the beach.
The Wiyos, a little-known four-piece band from New York, got an opportunity most bands dream of - the chance to open for legends Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp on a 28-date summer tour, stopping in Aberdeen Friday.
This might be the age of the iPhone, but the lowly cassette tape — long abandoned by the average listener — is making a small yet fervent comeback, fueled by a devoted base of indie musicians and fans.