Embrace your inner 4-year-old and climb up into the padded seat of a big truck cab. Or a police car. This Saturday, the Baltimore Museum of Industry has its big truck day event, which should draw in kids from all ages ...Read More »
Today, I’m on the hunt for Woody Harrelson. “Game Change” is filming at the Tremont Grand, right around the corner from TDR’s offices, and security and set people have told us that Harrelson’s supposed to make an appearance Monday to ...Read More »
Baltimore Orioles TV ratings are up on MASN, according to Nielsen Research. Through the team’s first 26 games of the 2011 season, the household audience in the Baltimore market overall is 24 percent larger than it was last year. That ...Read More »
It’s back again! The Maryland Film Festival is here for our viewing pleasure Thursday through Sunday. Tickets are $10 for most screenings, so get them soon after checking out the great schedule. John Waters will be presenting “Domaine,” while Animal ...Read More »
The Maryland Jockey Club announced Monday it has an app of its own. The app, which will provide instant, real-time access to the latest Preakness Stakes updates, is available for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry phones. So while you’re out in the ...Read More »
First thing: after yesterday’s Art Donovan post, my “crack research team” finally found the glorious moment in which Mr. Donovan can be found in that Pete and Pete episode. About 1:30 in of part 3 of the episode. Also, a ...Read More »
This weekend the weather should be a bit better than last weekend’s, and more suitable for letting the kiddies loose on the lawn for Easter egg hunting. But if you’re looking for a more fun venue this year, the Maryland ...
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This weekend, Baltimore will commemorate 150 years since the Pratt Street Riot in 1861. Friday will kick off with a symposium by the Maryland Historical Society titled, “Land of the Free? The Fate of Civil Liberties in Baltimore in 1861.” ...
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Come one, come all (creatures, perhaps). This weekend will be a good one to head over to Westport Waterfront for the new Cirque du Soleil show, “Totem.” There will be a 4 p.m. show and an 8 p.m. this Saturday, and ...Read More »