FOOD & DRINK
This Maryland Restaurant Offers the State's Finest Sunday Brunch Buffet with Stunning Scenic Views
Weekends are indeed a wonderful time for a relaxing meal, and many people love to gather with their families on Sundays for brunch buffets in Maryland. The state is home to numerous fantastic brunch restaurants, offering a wide range of delicious options to satisfy everyone's cravings.
Hampden’s migrating flying visitors nestle in their industrial chimney abodes
As the September days grow short, a cloud of migrating chimney swifts pay a visit to Baltimore. Their motel of choice is a brick industrial chimney in Hampden on a secluded edge of the Jones Falls Valley. Their final destination: Brazil’s Amazon region. It’s a spectacle in the air and on the sidewalk. As the swifts drop into the 1930 brick smoke stack, dozens of their human fans observe this ...
Jenenne Whitfield departs as American Visionary Art Museum director 'effective immediately'
BALTIMORE -- Jenenne Whitfield will be departing as director of the American Visionary Art Museum effective immediately, the museum announced Thursday."After an extensive review of issues essential to the strategic growth of AVAM, the Board of Directors decided to part ways with Jenenne Whitfield as director. While deeply unfortunate, the Board nonetheless appreciates Ms. Whitfield's contributions over the past year and wishes her well in her future endeavors," Christopher Goelet, Chair of the AVAM Board of Directors said. Whitfield became director of the museum in September 2022. The AVAM Board of Directors said the museum will operate under a shared leadership structure on an interim basis for the remainder of 2023 and 2024. "Donna Katrinic, Director of Finance & Operations, will share responsibilities for the day-to-day operations of AVAM with Director of Development & Marketing Valerie Williams. AVAM's Founder and past Director Rebecca Hoffberger has agreed to return to AVAM in this period as Artistic Director to assist with curation and also support the further development of AVAM's endowment," AVAM said in a statement. The AVAM board said it plans to form a search committee and begin defining the process for selecting a new director in the coming days.
Baltimore's Top 5 Pretzel Stores You Simply Must Visit
In this article, we explore five top-notch pretzel shops in Baltimore. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Discover Baltimore's Top 9 Pubs: The Ultimate Guide
This article presents an exploration of nine distinct pubs located in Baltimore. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If you have, we invite you to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Kosher restaurant in Baltimore closes its doors after 12+ years
The closing appears to be a sudden development, as the previous post on the Pikesville restaurant's social media feed introduced a new menu item.
These Baltimore, MD based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Baltimore.
Artscape to resume Sunday, including rescheduled flash mob
Artscape will be back on Sunday, as the weather conditions from Tropical Storm Ophelia that caused organizers to cancel Saturday’s activities are expected to improve enough to resume the final day of the Baltimore arts festival. Sunday’s Artscape events will run from noon to 5 p.m., beginning one hour...
Broadway legend and Baltimore treasure Andrè De Shields on his hometown and longevity
BALTIMORE -- WJZ sat down with Broadway legend Andrè De Shields at the Bygone Friday after what has been a whirlwind week in his hometown."I could not have made it in New York if I had not first made it in Baltimore," De Shields told WJZ's Mike Hellgren. "Making it in your hometown is all about life lessons—the ones that are going to get you from Point A to Point B."For De Shields, Point A is the 1800 block of Division Street where he grew up. It was renamed in his honor this week This is what "The Wiz" star had to...
'Don't smoke or drink': The secret to making it to 104
Birthdays are special, especially when you're celebrating 104! The Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Department in Randallstown helped Theresa Kess Morton and her family do just that this afternoon.
Maryland weather: Artscape to return Sunday as rain, wind from Tropical Storm Ophelia move through Baltimore
Artscape will return Sunday as the effects Tropical Storm Ophelia continue to impact the region. While the storm had been predicted to bring heavy rain and high winds to the region Saturday, the impact was lesser than expected. On Friday, Artscape organizers cancelled Saturday’s schedule because of the storm forecast. The festival, organized by the city and nonprofit Baltimore Office for ...
Jewish-owned ice cream shop delivers delicious flavors
With a rotating menu and creative flavors, Baltimore-based The Charmery is a delicious Jewish-owned ice cream shop that has a new location in Chevy Chase. It oozes positive energy through silly paintings of ice cream monsters and window decals that look like sprinkles. I highly recommend checking it out if you’re looking for a sweet treat.
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... a raptor!
Thousands of raptors fly over Baltimore each year during their migration south and you can get a ticket to watch it.
Newly opened!! Savor exceptional gourmet toast and smoothies at TOASTIQUE - OWINGS MILLS
Address: 10209 Grand Central Ave Ste 118, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Desc: Juice Bars & Smoothies, Breakfast & Brunch, Acai Bowls. A guide of exploration based on authentic user feedback:
‘Pizza Harbor’ Opens in Place of ‘HomeSlyce’ in South Baltimore
Pizza bar HomeSlyce closed in recent weeks after 11 years of business in South Baltimore, but Pizza Harbor has reopened in its space at the 2 East Wells apartment building. Pizza Harbor is a new concept by Ukrainian-born entrepreneur Vladimir Semerey. HomeSlyce was started in South Baltimore at 1741 Light...
Taylor Swift’s guitarist performs national anthem prior to Guardians game vs. Baltimore
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Fresh off performing a cruel summer’s worth of dates as Taylor Swift’s guitarist on the wildly successful Eras Tour, rocker Paul Sidoti wowed the home crowd Friday when he laid down a sizzling version of the national anthem prior to the Guardians game against Baltimore at Progressive Field.
Shop Small with Stevie: Kelly's Kitchen & Bakery
Kelly's Kitchen & Bakery is a hidden gem in Baltimore county that is family-owned and has both sweet treats and savory items on their menu!
SPCA brings cute guest star to morning show
(WBFF) — Katie Haines, a member of Maryland SPCA, joins Fox45 Morning Show to bring a special guest for the week. Bullwinkle, a nine-year-old Boxer, came to SPCA as a stray; he was wandering the streets of Baltimore when someone found him. Because of Bullwinkle's age, he is calm,...
New York Times names Baltimore’s Little Donna’s one of the 50 best U.S. restaurants
Chef Robbie Tutlewski was just waking up from a nap on the couch with his newborn son Jesse around 4 a.m. Tuesday when the emails started pouring in. Little Donna’s, the Upper Fells Point restaurant Tutlewski owns with his wife Kaleigh, had been named on the New York Times’ 2023 list of the nation’s 50 best restaurants.
5 Top Baltimore Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurants
Baltimore, Maryland is home to a rich tapestry of culinary delights, and our exploration of “5 Top Baltimore Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurants” has unveiled some of the city’s hidden gems. From the cozy and welcoming atmosphere of Cat’s Eye Pub to the nostalgic charm of Clock Restoration, each of...