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The Banner Planner

Want to know what is happening in Charm City? Welcome to The Banner Planner, a comprehensive list of virtual and in-person events happening in and around Baltimore.
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See a full list of results from Maryland's primary election.
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Columnist Leslie Gray Streeter

Creatives in Residence

Snake Hill’s brick and mortar though I’ve tried their food at festivals and popups around Baltimore. The restaurant specializes in craft sausage with options for everyone, including vegans.

Charm City Table: Good eats in Highlandtown

Multi-ethnic neighborhood is home to Baltimore-style pizza, a 'Top Chef' alum’s interpretation of comfort food, Peruvian chicken, tacos, pho and more

Criminal justice

Baltimore judge denies bid by police union president to halt investigation into media leak

Sgt. Mike Mancuso, president of the Baltimore City Lodge No. 3 Fraternal Order of Police, filed a complaint with the court on July 15, asserting that the Baltimore Police Department’s Public Integrity Bureau was on a “fishing expedition.”


Baltimore County executive, school superintendent announce pay raise plan

Both the superintendent and county executive stood united at West Towson Elementary Tuesday afternoon after being on different pages in previous conversations over the school system’s spending plan.

Arts & Culture

Baltimore Black Sox artifacts like photos, signatures and jersey replicas. Bernard McKenna brought the replicas to Peabody Heights Brewery on August 18, 2022.

The Baltimore Black Sox thrilled fans for two decades in the early 20th century. Now a parks partnership wants to make sure they aren’t forgotten

Parks & People and the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership have teamed up to look for a consultant to “lead the effort to honor the Baltimore Black Sox," a Negro Leagues team that played from 1913-1934.

Better Baltimore

Will the Baltimore Visitor Center ever return to daily operations? Here’s what we found.
Baltimore’s visually striking Visitor’s Center is open to the public post-COVID.

Mental health care with a twist: New Howard County treatment center seeks to promote ‘creative recovery’

Baltimore street entertainers say they’re being shortchanged by the city