An assault that started in a Baltimore bar early Saturday morning made its way out onto the street, resulting in a minivan driver speeding into other vehicles and at least one person along the sidewalk, according to video and accounts from police.
I've always thought that the new batch of IndyCars were hideous, but when you get up close and you see the tech poking out from under the quasi-closed-wheel rear, and suddenly you see all the beauty in the tech itself.
It's called "12 O'Clock Boys," and it's the documentary I'm most looking forward to seeing next year.
A cargo train crashed into a commercial truck and then derailed in the Baltimore suburb of Rosedale this afternoon, causing a massive explosion that could be felt several miles away, according to news reports.
The Old Cars is the latest book from Baltimore based photographer and librarian Patrick Joust. Using film and vintage mechanical cameras, he shoots cars on the street that are just as old as the machines on the tripod. Mostly at night.
Once more, a bus driver was caught on video getting into a fight with a passenger. This time it was in Baltimore, and the petty offense came from a girl playing music too loudly.
Albert Einstein famously said, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Apparently, Einstein was a pretty smart guy, and even the most foolish of individuals would probably agree with his statement.
A Baltimore City Councilman wants to put advertisements on the city's fleet of fire trucks in order to ease their massive debt. Self-aggrandizing alternative ad agency People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals (PETA) wants to help by buying the first round of ads. Of course, since it's PETA, there's a mostly…
This may not be the most inappropriate homage to every good ol' boy's favorite jumping Dodge Charger we've seen lately, but this E90 four-door M3 in orange with blocky "01" numbers leaves us wondering just what everyone involved was thinking.
Porsche GT3 Cup driver Jeroen Bleekemolen did something stupid while qualifying for this weekend's Baltimore Grand Prix: he drove himself off the track into a narrow run-off zone and lost a tire. Then he did something brilliant: he got out of the car and put the tire in his passenger seat. What?
Helio Castroneves was braking hard into a turn during practice for this weekend's debut of the Baltimore Grand Prix when, out of nowhere, Tony Kanaan went flying over Helio's car and into he wall. Kanaan would later blame a stuck throttle, but after shotgunning five seasons of The Wire in one week we're suspicious.
A train from Baltimore to Philadelphia stalled on the tracks for ten hours last night. With doors locked and electricity waning, passengers cried and fought for emergency rations. A local news reporter happened to be on board, and tweeted it.
It's two-thirty in the morning, you're a raging drunk cop, stuck at the Taco Bell drive-through desperately in need of cheesy double beef burritos and some jerk won't hurry up. What to do?
The summer is almost upon us and with it come the growing hours of daylight during the time normally used for an evening repast. The Baltimore Sun and all of us here would just like to take a moment to remind those of you who make the decision to dine outside your local eatery — be careful. You never know when an…
Baltimore has given us many things. The Orioles, for example. The Colts, too. John Waters!
E. Bloom, Richard Hell, Joe Strummer, and John Doe. And now it's about to give us more Subarus. The Fuji Heavy Industries unit is planning to run an additional 31k import and export vehicles across the Maryland city's docks, as…