Families Continue Christmas Tradition At Movie Theaters Despite COVID-19 PandemicFor some families, going to the movies is a Christmas tradition. While the COVID-19 pandemic has led some movie studios to put new releases in theaters and online, some movie fans feel it's important to see the films on the big screen.
NORAD Tracker | When Is Santa Coming To Maryland?Merry Christmas Eve! Santa Claus is already delivering gifts and is expected to arrive in Maryland later tonight.
Maryland Main Streets With A Hallmark Movie FeelThree Maryland communities were deemed holiday destinations fit for a Hallmark movie. 
Maryland Office Of Tourism Teaches Mindy Kaling What A Smith Island Cake IsAfter she asked her fans on Twitter what a certain holiday cake was, Marylanders and the Office of Tourism gave her a crash course in the Smith Island Cake.
Beats Not Bullets Program Shows Baltimore Teens How Rap Can Teach Life Skills, LessonsBaltimore teenagers are learning how rap can teach life skills and lessons in a relatively new program teaching "rap education."
Baltimore County Music Teacher Martellies Warren, Group Anthony Brown & Group TherAPy Nominated For Grammy AwardA Baltimore County music teacher has been nominated for a special award: a Grammy!
Maryland Zoo Adds More Walk-Through Dates To Zoo Lights EventThe Maryland Zoo has added more hours for people to walk through its annual Zoo Lights exhibit.
DJ Kopec Hopes To Collect 20K Gifts For Children With Stuff The Train Toy Drive EventDJ Kopec is giving back yet again, this time with a Stuff the Train Toy Drive event. The goal is to collect 20,000 toys.
WJZ Holiday Spectacular: 49th Annual Baltimore's Washington Monument LightingFor the 49th year, the Downtown Partnership hosted the lighting of the Washington Monument in Baltimore.
The Show Must Go On: Months Of Planning Lead To COVID-Safe Virtual Holiday Lighting Of Baltimore's Washington MonumentDuring a year when so many things were closed or canceled due to the pandemic, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was determined the 49th annual lighting of the Washington Monument would go on.
Baltimore Performing Art Venues Asking For Public's Support To Survive Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs Baltimore's performing arts venues remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those who run the facilities are asking for the public's support to survive.