Jon Poletti of Middletown is from the same New York town as Nicole Polizzi, otherwise known as MTV’s Jersey Shore cast member “Snooki.” Because he doesn’t have regular television, he was unaware that he knew one of reality television’s most recognizable faces until the show had already been on the air for three seasons.
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum is celebrating the satellite that powered the first TV transmission around the globe 50 years ago.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is expected to appear on radio and television shows as the Maryland General Assembly wraps up its 90-day session.
A state prison inmate is looking at 17 more years behind bars for bludgeoning his cellmate to death with a television set.
The first major TV show since “The Wire” is now shooting in and around Baltimore.
Rosecroft Raceway’s new owner says the Prince George’s County horse track will reopen Thursday to feature simulcasts from other harness tracks around the country.
Dozens of dogs are barking for a spot on TV. Friday the Maryland SPCA held a casting call for the leading role in a commercial.
George Wunderlich began working with history-related TV programs in 1999. He and a group of people who work with him try to find out the truth about history, mostly from the 1800s.
Can we come to an agreement on proper conduct to avoid looking like a complete yutz when sitting behind home plate (or any visible seat at events)?
Powering a plasma TV can jack up your BGE bill.
It’s been a tough last few days in the sports world as we mourn the loss of two memorable figures. Since this past Saturday, Nick Charles and Lorenzo Charles have both left us. Two gentlemen that I will never forget.
In the world of television sitcoms, fathers often stand out as memorable and unforgettable and we thought we would pay tribute to some of them in our list of Best TV Dads of all-time.