May 14, 2012
There's a delicious surprise in the new issue of Sun Magazine. You have to know what you're looking for, though. There's so much to read and see in the 175th anniversary celebration issue of the Sun Magazine, great pieces by Sun staffers, past and present, and charming essays by Marylanders whose lives have been affected by the Baltimore Sun. But the surprise I'm talking about accompanies an essay by retired dining critic Elizabeth Large...
August 6, 2014
Division: Newsroom Position Type: Internship Position paid or unpaid? Unpaid Duration: 10 weeks (comprising 120 hours OR specified hour requirements from school) Description One-semester data journalism internships are offered on the data desk. Emphasis is on using data to find and tell stories through applications, print graphics and/or written pieces with a strong eye toward building the student's skills and portfolio Location Baltimore, MD, USA Documents Required Cover Letter/Resume, Unofficial Transcript, Writing Sample (Submission of programming or scripting samples is also encouraged)
September 12, 2011
The Baltimore Sun is launching a new food-truck finder. Here it is , in its beautiful beta version designed by Baltimore Sun Production Technology Manager Adam Marton. The trucks' locations were provided to the Sun by an association of Baltimore food trucks in the form of a monthly schedule. Obviously, the locations of an individual truck on a specific day may have changed since this schedule was created. The Twitter box on the Sun's food-truck finder should is a good place to look for hour-by-hour changes.
April 16, 2014
This Sunday's Sun Magazine is devoted to dining, and the magazine's centerpiece is our list of Baltimore's 50 best restaurants. You can have a look at that list now, in a beautiful new interactive database designed by Baltimore Sun web producer Greg Kohn. But there's more. You can also see what Baltimore Sun readers said were their 10 favorite restaurants, along with our lists of favorite Baltimore d esserts , some of the best new dishes we've met in the past year and our favorite inexpensive dishes in the city.
May 17, 2011
The Baltimore Sun turns 174 years old today, and I sure hope that means cake and ice cream in the newsroom. It's worth noting the milestone, with or without birthday party treats, since so much has changed since the paper first rolled off the presses on May 17, 1837. The most obvious transformation is one that Arunah Shepherdson Abell, the Rhode Island printer who founded the paper with two partners, could not have even imagined: The Sun doesn't just exist on paper anymore.
February 23, 2010
The Baltimore Sun's men's lacrosse Top 20 No. School Rec. Prev. 1. Syracuse 1-0 2 2. Virginia 1-0 3 3. North Carolina 3-0 4 4. Notre Dame 1-0 8 5. Johns Hopkins 1-0 5 6. Duke 1-1 1 7. Maryland 1-0 7 ...