The photos are in black and white, but be sure that everyone was in green. Take a peek into The Baltimore Sun’s archives, with a selection of photos from St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Baltimore through the decades.
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As a photographer, Dennis Drenner has traveled the world. But as a focus for this series, we went right to his backyard, where he frequently sets up a photo studio in the alley behind his Hampden home. When pedestrians cross through the alley, he asks if they’d like a free portrait; many say yes.
Venice Tavern, one of Highlandtown’s last basement bars, was born after Prohibition was repealed in 1933 when Mary Victoria and Frank DeSantis Sr. added a side stairwell to their corner house. The compact bar, located at South Conkling and Bank streets, started out serving shots, beers and spaghetti with meatballs.
For International Women’s Day, people took to the streets to protest for gender equality around the world.
Photos by Karl Merton Ferron, text by Joshua Land
Spring training is a time to prepare and warm up for the grind of another six-month baseball season.
It’s a time for players to gain favor as club officials evaluate who will be one of the lucky 25 to go north in April, and who will disperse among the minor league affiliates.
At the Orioles’ Ed Smith Stadium complex in Sarasota, Fla., much of the roster is already determined. Few spots are up for grabs. But this spring carries weight for an Orioles team with a record payroll coming off a disappointing .500 season. So, browse images of the assembled players stretching, practicing and bonding amid the balmier Florida temperatures leading up to the start of Grapefruit League play the first week of March.
Crew members of the International Space Station (ISS) land near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, on March 2, 2016. U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko returned to Earth on after spending almost a year in space in a ground-breaking experiment foreshadowing a potential manned mission to Mars.