All it takes is one bike ride to transform Baltimore into a screenshot from the ubiquitous game Angry Birds.
It was the summer of 1992 and Street Fighter II was the king of the still thriving U.S. arcades scene.
Two guys with semiautomatic firearms were hellbent on breaking street for Call of Duty: Black Ops, sticking up a Baltimore-area GameStop and looting it of 100 copies of the game, due out Tuesday.
Otakon 2010, the gigantic anime and Asian pop-culture convention going on in Baltimore, was completely cleared out around 2 p.m. local time by a fire alarm. Authorities report no incidents but the Baltimore Convention Center was evacuated.
Want to own a piece of Baltimore history, a bit of gaming that helped unseat a mayor of the east coast city?
In part. One of 12 counts against Charm City's Mayor accuses her of soliciting donations of gift cards for the needy over the holidays, then using them to buy a PSP and a PS2 controller.