photo by yulescanyon
Baltimore Sun front pages after Orioles’ division titles
Happy #flashbackfriday, Baltimore! Today, with storms looming, we’re throwing it back to Tuesday with this photo of the lightning dancing in the sky above #OPACY. Photo — Karl Merton Ferron, #BaltimoreSun (at Oriole Park at Camden Yards)
Alright, Baltimore/DMV: We follow some pretty great photographers, but we want to know your favorites
And, we want to tell the Baltimore (and beyond) #photography community about them. Over on our blog, The Darkroom, we want to feature area photographers who are doing something special, original or just phenomenal, but we know there are some great photographers out there that we don’t know about.
Who are your favorites? Let us know.
We want to see your best interpretation of “Summer Vacation” for this week’s #ReaderSunShots theme. Be creative and hit us with your best shot.
To submit: Tag your photos on Instagram or Twitter with #SunShots2014, or upload directly at photos.baltimoresun.com. Winning photos will be showcased online and in print.
Pictured: Fans burst out in laughter as the Orioles Bird sprays Richard Aberbach of Baltimore with silly string between innings during the first game of the Grapefruit League Season for the Orioles at Fort Lauderdale Stadium Sat., Feb. 28, 1998. Aberbach, here on vacation to see the Orioles play, was posing for the Bird, who was holding a trick camera. (Baltimore Sun/Karl Merton Ferron)
Brooks Robinson and his son, circa 1965.
“Newsrooms are emotional places.”
— Overheard at The Washington Post
We knew Frank Underwood could cheat, connive, even murder. But sing?
This Day in History: Aug. 28 -
In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech to 200,000 people at a peaceful civil rights rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. (AFP/Getty Images)
More than 100 former Playboy Bunnies will be converging on Baltimore this weekend for a semi-annual reunion. The women worked as waitresses and hostesses in the old Playboy clubs, which were once a fixture in most large cities.
The women worked in low-cut satin leotards, bunny ears and fuzzy tails, which were handed out by a “Bunny Mother.”
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of Baltimore’s Playboy club, which closed in 1977.