Reginald F. Lewis Museum
When you think of how the Star-Spangled Banner sounds, most of you will conjure up nearly identical versions of the song in your mind.
Just because the kids are not in school, does not mean they need to stop learning. This is a list of places that can be both educational as well as fun.
Use those legs and walk your way through the history of Baltimore.
Linh Bui had “Coffee With” Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan. They talked about the holiday weekend and the summer season. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about a new exhibit at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
USA Today calls it a must see exhibit, and it’s ready to open right here at Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
There’s a new and unusual exhibit opening Wednesday at Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum. It features artwork by local students who are refugees.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum has great events planned. Also, we have the latest technology to make your Super Bowl party great.
What we don’t know about African-American history. Lost documents reveal a new and never told story about the rich legacy and history of America, and now, a part of that story is here in Baltimore in the form of documents, artifacts and art.
Washington, D.C. is a short commuter train ride from Baltimore, perfect for a day trip to see the events of Inauguration Day in person. But in D.C., there are high costs and boisterous crowds to contend with, which are enough to keep many people in town. If your office isn’t airing President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, check out one of these five locations to get your Inauguration Day fix.
Black History Month ends in a few days and that’s still enough time to celebrate African-American heroes, especially those from Maryland.
As part of our Continuing Community Commitment, WJZ celebrates Black History Month. Our own Kai Jackson was the emcee for this year’s oratory contest at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
A Baltimore museum dedicated to the history of Maryland’s black residents is planning an event marking the abolition of slavery in the state.