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Where's Marty? Kicking Off Memorial Day Weekend With Jimmy'sThe Memorial Day holiday weekend is here, and in Maryland the crab is the king of the summer. So, where else should K2 and I have gone this morning but the kitchen of Jimmy's Famous Seafood?
Where's Marty? Visiting With Civic Works At The Clifton MansionThis morning we were at the historic Clifton Mansion in Clifton Park. It was built in 1803 by shipping magnate Henry Thompson and later sold to Johns Hopkins, who made it his summer home. Having Johns Hopkins himself on the resume is a showstopper, but these days the mansion is home to Civic Works, Baltimore's service corporation.
Teddy Davies Opens Up About His Record-Setting Maryland Hunt Cup VictoryWJZ spoke with this year’s Maryland Hunt Cup winner, Teddy Davies, about what makes his victory special.
How Cooking Helped Turn This Baltimore Chef's Life AroundFor the past three years, Steven Allbright has been leading the soup kitchen staff at the Franciscan Center in North Baltimore, feeding the souls of our community.
Where's Marty? Making Buds At Radebaugh Florist & GreenhousesToday was a treat, a real local treat. Radebaugh Florist and Greenhouses is a family-owned business that has been a Charm City staple since 1924. So wherever you're reading this, chances are you have gotten, worn or held flowers from Radebaugh's.
Where's Marty? Seeing How All The Maryland Zoo's Residents Are FedEver wondered what goes into animals' meal prep at the Maryland Zoo? That's the subject of Monday's "Where's Marty?" adventure.
Longtime Band Director Melvin Miles Reflects On Nearly 50 Years At Morgan StateAfter spending nearly 50 years at Morgan State University, Melvin Miles is retiring from his role as director of university bands.

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Ocean City Mayor Richard Meehan Joins WJZ To Talk About The Holiday WeekendSean Streicher is in Ocean City for Memorial Day weekend, and Mayor Richard Meehan joins him to discuss all the holiday foot traffic.
Getting To Know Reigning Maryland Hunt Cup Champion Teddy DaviesTeddy Davies, an 18-year-old with a family tradition of horse racing, opens up to WJZ about his record-setting Maryland Hunt Cup victory.
New Exhibit Shares Story Of Maryland's Civil Rights MovementThe Maryland Center for History and Culture sheds light on Maryland's civil rights movement with a new exhibit. Director of Collections Harrison Van Waes joins WJZ at 9 to discuss what the exhibit has to offer.
Baltimore Chef Says Cooking Turned His Life AroundHealing through food -- that's what one local chef in Baltimore credits with turning his life around. Now Steven Allbright, the executive chef at Franciscan Center, hopes to inspire others to indulge in the world of cooking.
Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino Hiring Full-Time WorkersHorseshoe Casino in Baltimore is hosting two large-scale hiring events this week. There's a wide range of opportunities available, including some for those seeking full-time employment.
Morgan State Band Director Melvin Miles Takes Final BowMelvin Miles is an institution at Morgan State University. But as the longtime director of university bands prepares to retire, he's reflecting on a long and storied career at the school.
Previewing The American Craft Made Show In BaltimoreThe American Craft Made Marketplace is happening this weekend at the Baltimore Convention Center. Darryl Patterson and Lawrence Moore join WJZ at 9 to preview the event.
CDC Recommends Pfizer Booster For Children Ages 5 To 11The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now recommending Pfizer booster shots for children ages 5 to 11.
Weather Day: Marty Bass Chats With Chris Strong From The National Weather ServiceIn recognition of Weather Day, Marty Bass and Bob Turk chat with Chris Strong from the National Weather Service.