Greater Baltimore Committee Studying Future Of Royal Farms Arena
From the Baltimore Business Journal: Multiple studies throughout the past decade have considered what the future might bring for Baltimore's 57-year-old Royal Farms Arena, and now the Greater Baltimore Committee is taking up the issue.
Glenn Clark's First Annual Summer Reading Guide
Glenn Clark highlights six Baltimore sports-related sports books to add to your summer reading list.
Former Terp Tony Massenburg On Kevin Durant, NBA Finals
Tony Massenburg, who played at the University of Maryland from 1985-1990 and went on to enjoy a long NBA career, assesses the decision for Kevin Durant to play in Game 5 of the NBA Finals and how the series between the Warriors and Raptors will play out.
Project Pneuma Aims To Show City Youth Brighter Path
Damion Cooper leads Baltimore-based Project Pneuma, a growing organization that tries to help improve the lives of boys in grades 4-8 physically, emotionally and spiritually. Two of the ways Project Pneuma is doing that? Martial arts and wrestling.
As Boston Aims To Hold Three Major Sports Titles At Once, Recall Baltimore's Year That Could Have Been
As the Bruins look to give Boston three simultaneous major sports titles, Michael Olesker recalls when Baltimore almost accomplished that miracle trifecta with the Orioles, Bullets and Colts.
With Canter For The Cause, Marylanders Can Experience Pimlico And Help Horses
Marylanders who want to experience historic Pimlico Race Course can do so through the fourth annual Canter for the Cause June 2, which raises money for the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.
War Of Will Wins The 144th Preakness Stakes
After finishing seventh in a dramatic Kentucky Derby, War of Will used his No. 1 poll position to win the second jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown by 1 1/4 lengths.
Preakness Future Still Unclear As Pimlico Continues To Decline
Ahead of the 144th running of the Preakness Stakes -- the middle jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown -- questions remain about the race's future at Pimlico Race Course.
Glenn Clark Offers Five Tips For Attending Preakness
Never been to Preakness before? Don't worry, Glenn Clark has five tips for attending Preakness to help you get the most out of your visit to Old Hilltop.
For Alwaysmining Trainer Kelly Rubley, Preakness Could Be Historic
Alwaysmining trainer Kelly Rubley could become the first woman trainer to win the Preakness, but she's not thinking about that. "There are a lot of great, talented women working in this industry," Rubley said. "It is exciting and I'm glad to be part of it."
With Two Teams Added, AFL Poised For More Competitive Season
The Arena Football League added two teams ahead of the 2019 season, which should make for a more competitive season than last year's four-team format. The Baltimore Business Journal breaks down what it means for the Baltimore Brigade.
Maryland-Bred Alwaysmining Headlines Preakness Field For Local Horse Racing Fans
Bill Ordine breaks down the field for the 144th Preakness Stakes, which includes Maryland-bred Alwaysmining, Bob Baffert's Improbable and D. Wayne Lukas' Market King.
With Course Designer Hired, Fair Hill Advances Five-Star Vision
With a five-star Three-Day Eventing competition scheduled for October 2020, Fair Hill International has hired course designer Ian Stark to create a cross-country course worthy of the prestigious international event.
'American Ninja Warrior' Host Akbar Gbajabiamila Details Life Journey In New Book
"American Ninja Warrior" host Akbar Gbajabiamila reflects on his journey from NFL player to college graduate, broadcaster and author, and he shares why he's rooting for Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III.