The 17-year-old Baltimore student, whose murder is now the subject of the world’s most popular podcast — Serial — talks about balancing school and a job in this archived interview released by ABC2.
How’s your team doing this year?
The NFL Players Association filed an appeal of the indefinite suspension on behalf of Ray Rice on Sept. 16.
The 22-year-old old creator of the For Brown Girls blog and the #DarkSkinRedLip project epitomized the Tumblr-popularized image of a Carefree Black Girl. After news of her suicide spread this spring, many were left asking: How could a woman whose mission was to uplift others take her own life?
The brand modified its “I Will” motto for women to “I Will What I Want.” Under Armour has hired at least four women to VP roles and higher since 2012, though none serve on its board or executive team yet.
Featuring one college graduate’s very unfortunate attempt at a backflip, a hamster eating the world’s tiniest burrito, and an absolutely terrifying landslide in Baltimore.
The collapse swallowed a row of cars parked along a street.
French Photographer Frédéric Nauczyciel captures one city’s “faint and almost secret” world of ballroom voguing in his latest project, The Fire Flies [Baltimore / Paris].
Photographer Sean Scheidt presents the before and after transformation of Burlesque performers in Baltimore, challenging preconceptions of the performance art.
Lindsay Bottos epitomizes how terribly women can be treated on the internet through a photography project that went viral on Tumblr.
It goes on crabs. It goes on fries. It goes on everything. It is all-purpose and always tasty. It is all you will ever need.
The 20th annual Honfest in Baltimore, Md. happened over the weekend. Welcome to Bawlmer, hon!
It’s still unclear exactly what happened, but photos are pouring in of a large explosion in the Baltimore area.
Charm City’s favorite daughter Sen. Barbara Mikulski gives the most adorable Superbowl speech ever. “You know, I’m short and chunky, but I was ready to do cartwheels around my condo that evening!”
Even if your team just won the Super Bowl.
There is some confusion as to whether or not Ravens fans are rioting in the streets of Baltimore right now. Either way, what is clear, is that the city is packed with people celebrating.
From Natty Boh to Mrs. Doubtfire, this is what our lawmakers could have to lose in the annual wagers.
As the Ravens beat the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, Twitter filled with reports of gunshots in the Baltimore area.
Does have some good moves, though.
Baltimore’s “Show Your Soft Side” campaign, which features pro athletes and other “tough guys” speaking out against animal cruelty, illustrates that being kind to animals is the strong (and the cute) thing to do.
I don’t think Baltimore will survive. (Via Baltimore Media Blog)