Baltimore Archives - Baltimore Post-ExaminerBaltimore Post-Examiner

Babe Ruth Is Still Belting Them Out of the Park

During his legendary major league baseball career, Babe Ruth, aka George Herman “Babe” Ruth, one of Baltimore’s greatest sons, hit 714 home runs. Well, he just hit another one out of the ballpark in the form of a new photo […]

Babe Ruth Is Still Belting Them Out of the Park

By

During his legendary major league baseball career, Babe Ruth, aka George Herman “Babe” Ruth, one of Baltimore’s greatest sons, hit 714 home runs. Well, he just hit another one out of the ballpark in the form of a new photo […]

Continue Reading...

Baltimore’s TV & Radio Personalities from Yesteryear Get Lovingly Resurrected

I just ran across a delightful book titled, “Baltimore: Radio and Television.” It’s written by Gary Helton and published by Arcadia. It’s only 126 pages long, but it brought

Locust Point Recreation Leaders Who Made a Difference

“Latrobe Park in Locust Point" by Bill Hughes Let me tell you about this wonderful, inspirational city recreation leader I had at Latrobe Park. Her name was Mae Dubow. Latrobe Park

Happy New Year! 2020 in the 2021 version

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Lately I’ve been binge watching the critically acclaimed HBO series The Wire. I’ve written about it before (kudos to creator David Simon),  I forget when

Sample ballots form the 2020 Maryland General Election credit Anthony C. Hayes

How I ‘Voted’ Twice (Legally) in Maryland

BALTIMORE -- With our presidential election presumably past the voting stage and rapidly rushing toward the “I’ll see you in court” part of the process, I thought this would

Assault in Baltimore: A screenshot from Instagram showing an individual with what appears to be a cement block in his hand running up behind an unsuspecting victim.

Assault in Baltimore: Did This Really Happen?

Assault in Baltimore? A screenshot from Instagram showing an individual with what appears to be part of a cement block in his hand running up behind an unsuspecting victim. ***

Moving to Baltimore for the Military

Maryland is home to many different military bases, but Baltimore is the home of the Coast Guard Yard. The Coast Guard Yard is a shipping yard that is maintained

Setting up a Business in Baltimore

The first half of 2020 has seen some unprecedented political and microbiological incidences that will certainly go down in history and it's been a testing & stressful time for

An Overview of the Relationship Between Rap Music and Baltimore  

Baltimore is one of the biggest and most diverse cities in the country. As a result, it should come as no surprise that this city has a long history

Szeliga calls for the prosecution of Columbus statue vandals

@BryanRenbaum House Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga said those who were involved in the vandalism and toppling of the Christopher Columbus statue that stood near Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood should be

HOME / ABOUT / CONTACT / JOIN THE TEAM / TERMS OF SERVICE / PRIVACY POLICY / COMMENT POLICY