| Sep 2, 2013
| 8:41 PM
Baltimore planners want to invite development around mass-transit stations where individuals and families can live, shop and commute without having to get behind the wheel of a car — part of a proposal to modernize the city.
In the 350-page,...
| Sep 10, 2013
| 2:56 PM
CORONADO, Calif. -- The question from the young sailor to the admiral was politely phrased but direct in its inquiry: If America strikes at Syria, will sailors end up being deployed inland to that country, as thousands were to Iraq and Afghanistan? ...
| Sep 14, 2013
| 8:45 AM
The old arched red wooden door to the Seventh Metro Church is less that two blocks from the modern glass-and-steel panel that floats in front of the Maryland Institute College of Art's newest exhibition space.
They bring to mind two different eras and...
| Jun 5, 2013
| 6:56 AM
Celebration, the veteran, psychedelic indie-rock quintet from Baltimore, is a live-and-learn type of band.
The last time The Baltimore Sun spoke to lead singer Katrina Ford, it was 2011, and she was turning the St. John's Baltimore church into a concert...
| Jun 7, 2013
| 7:54 AM
Two food-truck events were scheduled for the weekend. But concerns about Tropical Storm Andrea have led the organizers of The Gathering to cancel Friday night's food-truck rally in Canton.
This was to be the first-ever trip to Canton for the traveling...
| Jun 5, 2013
| 5:00 PM
European artists will help transform Baltimore bus, train and light rail stations to be more attractive, better designed and more user-friendly as part of a $200,000 grant from ArtPlace America, a consortium of banks and foundations that gives money to...
| Jul 5, 2013
| 4:56 PM
Thousands of dollars and hours of labor have been poured into Boone Street Farm, an oasis on a quarter-acre of city-owned land a few blocks north of Green Mount Cemetery.
Through Baltimore's "Adopt-A-Lot" program, residents legally planted fruit trees,...
| Jul 8, 2013
| 3:00 AM
It's been more than a year since the Contemporary Museum closed its doors in order to rethink its mission and reorganize its operations and staff. The economic downturn that began in 2008 hit Baltimore's most insistent institutional advocate for what a...
| Jul 17, 2013
| 9:05 PM
Last summer, Baltimore writer Justin Sirois was mentally and physically exhausted, and his work was to blame.
The 34-year-old's debut novel, 2012's "Falcons on the Floor," attempted to humanize Fallujah's bloody war scene. "The Last Book of Baghdad,"...
| Jul 9, 2013
| 9:00 AM
A recent Sun editorial linked the planned reopening of the Contemporary Museum with "newly designated arts districts." including the Station North Arts & Entertainment District immediately north of Penn Station ("The Contemporary returns," July 8).
| Jul 9, 2013
| 4:30 AM
A recent commentary wrongly criticized The Baltimore Sun for not covering local theater ("The show goes on," July 6). In the several decades that I have subscribed to The Sun, I have never seen such wide coverage of theater here as now exists.