Maryland’s average rate of coronavirus tests coming back positive over the last seven days is 6.88%, and that average has remained above 5% for 15 straight days, state data show.
An die Musik will broadcast live music performances during Thanksgiving week, portion of ticket sales to benefit charities
As families prepare to hold Thanksgiving dinners over Zoom or adopt other methods to reduce large, indoor gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, An die Musik Live! is also shifting one of its traditions to the virtual space.
The downtown Baltimore jazz club will present its Thanksgiving Homecoming Concerts online this year, featuring a weeklong lineup of live-streamed performances with $5 from every ticket sold going to a charity of the musician’s choice.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation awarded Baltimore-based global investment firm T. Rowe Price “Best Community Improvement Program” in the 21st Annual Citizens Awards.
Maryland recorded an additional 2,353 confirmed coronavirus cases on Friday, the second largest daily number of new cases after the state recorded 2,910 cases on Thursday, state data show.
Maryland confirms 2,910 more coronavirus cases, marking the largest amount reported in one day during pandemic
Maryland reported an additional 2,910 confirmed cases of coronavirus on Thursday, the largest number of cases that the state has reported in one day during the pandemic, state data show.
‘It will be like dominoes.’ Music venues shuttered by pandemic push Congress to ‘Save Our Stages’ with federal funding
With coronavirus metrics on the rise across the U.S., businesses are seeing restrictions reinstated.
But for many in the entertainment sector, in-person operations have been halted since the pandemic began. Unable to open their doors for music concerts and other events, entertainment venues are calling on federal leaders to provide the emergency coronavirus relief that they need to stay afloat.
The number of Marylanders currently hospitalized due to coronavirus grew by nearly 100 patients on Tuesday, state data show.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has appointed LA Opera Music Director James Conlon as the BSO’s artistic advisor, beginning in September 2021, the orchestra group announced today.
Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in Maryland have surpassed 1,000 patients for the first time since June, state data showed on Tuesday.
Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) and the Maryland Public Service Commission are reminding customers to be wary of potential scammers disguising themselves as BGE employees or members of other trusted organizations during the holiday season.