He is also a regular guest personality on “The Morning Edition.”
Ron, a well-known local radio personality, has worked at several radio stations in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
A native of Baltimore, Ron received an A.A. degree in Radio/TV from the Community College of Baltimore in 1965. He received a B.A. degree in Journalism/Broadcasting: Radio/TV from the University of Maryland, College Park in 1969.
Ron lives in Baltimore City.
More Stories by Ron Matz
You’ve heard of Purple Fridays to support the Ravens. Now, a similar effort is underway to support the Orioles each week.
It’s a big weekend in Baltimore for Trekkies and science fiction fans. The 35th annual Shore Leave sci-fi convention sets up shop with authors, workshops and some famous actors.
If you like steamed crabs, Annapolis is the place to be Friday. It’s time for the world’s largest crab feast.
So who’s the best chef in Baltimore? We’re about to find out as the annual Mason-Dixon Master Chef Tournament continues.
If you enjoy a good meal at a bargain price, you’ll like what starts Friday in Baltimore. It’s restaurant week!
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He was the founder of the University of Maryland’s Shock Trauma Center. Dr. R. Adams Cowley was a heart surgeon and medical visionary.
They are a mainstay in Baltimore, and have been so since the 19th Century, selling fruits and vegetables from their colorful trucks. Now the city’s arabbers are being joined by a group of artists.
It’s the granddaddy of them all and it starts Friday night. Believe it or not, it’s the 15th year for the Little Italy Film Festival.
It’s one of the biggest Fourth of July parades on the East Coast, and it’s a Dundalk tradition.
It’s a national and international sorority more than 300,000 women strong, dedicated to public service, and they’re celebrating their 100th birthday right here in Baltimore.
It’s not easy hitting a golf ball, and it’s even tougher to do if you’re wearing high heels.