WBAL-TV has bid goodbye to longtime reporter and anchor Donna Hamilton.
Here’s some national press that Mayor Catherine Pugh may be none too pleased about: The Onion has rolled out a blunt fictional tagline for the city to try to draw young people in, worded simply, “You Get Used to It.”
Mayor Catherine Pugh’s office plans to re-up its contract with local public relations pro Gregory Tucker, at a cost of $150,000 to taxpayers over the next year.
Veteran Baltimore TV news reporter Adam May is leaving WBAL and Charm City behind for a communications job in his home city of Minneapolis.
Mayor Catherine Pugh accepted an invite to go on Fox News’ conservative punditry program “The Ingraham Angle” last night, and things went as expected. In an alternate universe, a thoughtful discussion would have taken place about Pugh’s plan to bus Baltimore students to the “March for Our Lives” anti-gun violence rally on March 24 in D.C. Unsurprisingly, that didn’t happen, as the conversation swiftly spiraled into a painful eight minutes of Pugh and her host talking over each other, flinging stats around and making snide remarks.
To save you the headache of watching, we’ve rounded up the five most cringe-worthy moments:
At the Parkway Theatre last night, Baltimore magazine held an event touting visionaries in the city, people profiled in the current issue who “are shaping the future of Baltimore—one big idea at a time.”
Before the dust even settled, a new alt-weekly has announced it’s moving into Baltimore to help fill the void left by the very recent shutdown of City Paper.
Edwin Warfield, publisher of citybizlist and former publisher of Warfield’s and The Daily Record, has announced the launch of a new website dedicated to the popular CEO video interviews he has published on citybizlist. The new site, known as Warfield.co, will serve as a dedicated repository for more than 300 interviews Warfield has conducted over the last two years. Those interviewed include entrepreneurs, CEOs, angels, disruptors, innovators and professionals in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington.