Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung erupts, Egyptians vote on a new constitution, a real tortoise and hare race in the snow, and more in today’s daily brief.
West Virginia officials on Tuesday lifted a ban on drinking tap water from 35,000 customers who had been affected by a chemical spill that left the state’s water supply nearly unusable for hundreds of thousands since last week.
Jan. 13 Daily Brief: Macedonian carnival, Muslims celebrate Prophet Mohammed’s birth and a pantsless commute for thousands part of flashmob
Macedonian carnival, Muslims celebrate Prophet Mohammed’s birth, a pantsless commute for thousands part of flashmob and more in today’s daily brief.
Baltimore County kicked off its largest restaurant week to date Thursday morning, with 14 of the 53 participating restaurants offering up samples at the new Liquid Lib’s wine bar in Timonium.
Baltimore Sun Media Group photographers saw action from many sporting events in Howard, Harford and Baltimore counties last week, including boys and girls basketball, swimming and wrestling. The latest edition of the best of high school sports.
A look at what’s coming up on the East Coast and around the world. This week, that includes a new creamery, a new panda, and a continuation of a diplomatic spat with India.
One day after former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon died at age 85, his body lay in state outside the parliament in Jerusalem. Thousands of Israelis reportedly showed up to pay their last respects to the statesmen, who will be buried Monday.
Participants in the 13th annual International “No Pants Subway Ride” were out in force Sunday in more than 60 cities across the globe. Started in 2002 with only seven participants, the idea behind “No Pants” is that random passengers board a subway car at separate stops in the middle of winter, without wearing trousers. The participants wear all of the usual winter clothing on their top half such as hats, scarves and gloves and do not acknowledge each other’s similar state of undress.
Arenacross returned to Baltimore Arena on Friday and Saturday, bringing truckloads of dirt, thrilling jumps and accomplished motocross riders with it.
Jan. 11 Daily Brief: Releasing pigeons, remembering Costa Concordia 2 years later, Denver mini bull riding competition
A villager rides his motorcycle through mud and ash spewed from Mount Sinabung, an 8-year-old practices holding on before competing in the mini bull riding competition at the 108th National Western Stock Show in Denver, polar vortex and more in today’s daily brief.