Share-worthy stories from the Maryland Patch network to talk about tonight:
Light City kicks off this weekend in Baltimore and will turn the promenade around the Inner Harbor into a dazzling, interactive light show. The theme for 2018 is "More Love, More Lights!"
A Temple Hills man has received a 10-year sentence for his role in a dogfighting ring, as well as for being ringleader in a credit card fraud and identity theft scheme, according to a Department of Justice statement.
The Maryland Zoo asked you to help it name its 1,000th baby penguin, which was born this winter, and you answered the call. Last week, zoo officials announced the bird is a girl, and she needed a name; Friday the winner was announced.
A Los Angeles television producer who has worked on "The Jerry Springer Show" and "Divorce Court," was taken into custody Thursday in Baltimore on suspicion of murder. Jill Blackstone was arrested at Johns Hopkins Hospital on a warrant for murder in the death of her sister.
The home of retired Baltimore Oriole Cal Ripken Jr. is going up for auction in May. This weekend the open houses begin for potential buyers interested in the multi-million-dollar property.
Robert Griffin III’s quest to find another job in the NFL succeeded recently when he signed a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens. But the former Washington Redskins quarterback remains on another quest, and that’s to finally sell his old DC-area digs as listed as here on Realtor.com that have been on the market for some two years.
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