Something about a celebratory cake made for one of Donald Trump’s inaugural balls this past Friday looked awfully familiar to Duff Goldman.
S. Dallas Dance is due to appear at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D.C. tonight to receive an award at a presidential inaugural ball, though it won’t be one of the ones commanding the presence of our new president.
An image of a Maryland highway sign with some serious advice relating to Donald Trump’s inauguration made the rounds on the web yesterday and this morning.
In case you haven’t heard, Donald Trump becomes the leader of the free world this Friday. For those who don’t plan to travel to D.C. to celebrate or protest that this is happening, two Baltimore art institutions have designed creative events to keep you busy that day.
A second Maryland congressman has decided he can’t stomach watching Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony this Friday.
Anthony Brown of Maryland’s 4th congressional district has added himself to a list of dozens of lawmakers who refuse to be present when Donald Trump officially becomes president.
Catherine Pugh’s inauguration as Baltimore’s 50th mayor will be marked on Dec. 6 with events in all quadrants of the city, starting with the official swearing-in at City Hall and culminating with a $100-per-person nighttime celebration at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.
Larry Hogan officially assumed office as Maryland’s governor on Wednesday afternoon in Annapolis. As he began his speech, snow was beginning to fall. The flakes gave Hogan an opening to set a tone of back-slapping defiance, from the moment he took the podium.
“They said it would be a cold day in hell before Maryland elected a Republican governor,” Hogan said. Robert Ehrlich, Jr., who left office as a Republican governor of Maryland eight years ago, left the podium just a few minutes before Hogan stepped up. But the message was clear.
Serving as the president of a college involves taking on a number of roles — relating to students, reassuring trustees, leading faculty, wooing donors — but rarely do college presidents actually slather on the stage makeup and get in costume. Which is why we got excited when we heard that Towson University’s new president Maravene Loeschke plans on celebrating her inauguration by getting on stage for a one-time performance (with her husband as co-star!) of Love Letters, a play that traces two characters’ relationship from second grade through marriage, divorce, and old age.