Since movies were first exhibited in the late 19th century, Maryland has been home to hundreds of theaters. Some of these theaters were built for movies, but others were traditional theaters, academies of music, lodge halls, and even town halls.
From Ferris wheels to roller coasters to tunnels of love, everyone has a favorite amusement park memory. For nearly 130 years, many of those memories have been made at Maryland's amusement parks. Learn More
The demon car of Seven Hills Road, the ominous Hell House above the Patapsco River, the mythical Snallygaster of western Maryland--these are the extraordinary tales and bizarre creatures that color Maryland's folklore. Learn More
In 1970, the feds framed Eddie Conway for the murder of a Baltimore City Police officer. He was 24 years old. They threw him in prison, took him away from his family, his friends, and his organizing, and tried to relegate him to a life marked by nothing but legal appeals, riots and lockdowns, transfers from one penal colony to the next. But they failed. Learn More
When the unthinkable happens, you always want to be prepared. Now, with these decals you can rest assured that if your house, trailer, storefront or bomb shelter were to spontaneously combust, emergency personnel will be alerted of your most precious cargo and know that they require immediate assistance. Learn More
It is a Charm City tradition—an annual visit to the Baltimore gravesite of Edgar Allan Poe on the renowned author’s birthday by a mysterious cloaked figure bearing gifts of three roses and a half bottle of cognac. Learn More
On May 17, 1968, nine Catholic activists entered a Selective Service office in suburban Catonsville, Maryland, dragged stacks of Draft Board records out into the parking lot, and set them on fire with homemade napalm. They then prayed, and waited to be arrested. Learn More