How Tony Award-winning Myles Frost Moonwalks from Bowie to the King of Pop on Broadway – The Baltimore Sun

Seventeen years before Miles Frost embraced Tony, the history-maker who starred in Broadway’s “MJ: The Musical,” he was a cute kid and killed it with a King of Pop song. “The first memory I had when I danced with Michael was the Spirit of Washington. I think I was about five years old,” Frost was … Read more

Maryland Center for the Arts Gala Breaks Financing Record – Baltimore Sun

The 2022 Dance for Arts Gala, hosted by the Maryland Center for the Arts on June 4, was a night reminiscent of nearly 400 people attending the Delta Hotel in Hunt Valley, according to a spokesman for the center. This year’s event raised record amounts to nearly $ 140,000. This is the most abundant in … Read more

Baltimore Police Sergeant sued for civil rights violations was accused of rape in 2010

Baltimore Police Sergeant sued for civil rights violations was accused of rape in 2010

A federal civil lawsuit recently filed against Baltimore Police Sergeant Welton Simpson Jr. for violating the civil rights of a Baltimore man in January 2020 also revealed that the veteran cop had been accused of sexually assaulting his then-wife. The protective order has been something of an open secret in legal circles for years and … Read more

Elijah Gorham, a Melbo soccer player who died of a traumatic brain injury last year, was honored at the graduation ceremony – The Baltimore Sun

Chantress Shaw, the mother of Melbo footballer Eliya Gorman, who died during a football game last season, replaced him at the graduation ceremony of Melgan Thaler High School at the Athletic Complex at Copin State University on Sunday. I participated in. (Amy Davis / The Baltimore Sun) (Amy Davis / The Baltimore Sun) The absence … Read more

53-year-old Westminster resident Jim Mingle sets powerlifting world record – Baltimore Sun

53-year-old Westminster resident Jim Mingle sets powerlifting world record - Baltimore Sun

Retirement does not mean the end. For Jim Mingle, it was just the beginning. Mingle, a Westminster native and Air Force veteran, retired from the Baltimore City Police Department in 2014 after a 20-year career. “I felt like it was halftime in my life,” Mingle said. “I retired, but I wasn’t done.” An athlete most … Read more

Uncovering the secrets of “The Wire”, Charm City Veterinary is back and the B-side concert series begins – Baltimore Sun

This week, The Sun launches Baltimore Backstage, a hand-picked column on Charm City-related arts, music, celebrities, events and entertainment. I will be your host as you peek behind the scenes to the artistic gems that add to the fascinating culture of the community and city. First, a casting director heard how he made local kids … Read more

Maryland Dance Company uses dance to support mental health

Behind the Lens: Amy talks about how to train the behavior of the National AquariumAmy sits with Dennis and Meg and shares what she learned about how the National Aquarium trains animals for specific behaviors. 12 minutes ago How to train animals in the National AquariumAmy Kawata digs deeper into the residents’ behavioral training plans … Read more

Dean Kremer returns but Orioles go 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position in 3-2 defeat to Guardians to lose series – Baltimore Sun

Dean Kremer returns but Orioles go 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position in 3-2 defeat to Guardians to lose series – Baltimore Sun

There couldn’t have been a more ideal place in the batting order for the Orioles to find themselves in. There were so few chances to be had, but Baltimore had the right players at the plate for both opportunities. Second baseman Rougned Odor and center fielder Ryan McKenna reached base consecutively twice, first in the … Read more