Nefertiti Griffin Wins WJZ Black History Oratory Competition 2021WJZ is proud to sponsor the Oratory Contest held during Black History Month, where students from across the state choose a quote from significant figures in the African American community that spoke to them and explained why it has defined their lives.
WJZ's Black History Oratory Competition Goes Virtual Due To COVID-19 PandemicWJZ continues to celebrate Black History Month with our annual Black History Oratory Competition.
Baltimore School For The Arts Student Mia Dyer Named 2021 Recipient Of Scholastic Art And Writing AwardA Baltimore School for the Arts student recently won a prestigious regional award. Mia Dyer is a junior at the school. She's been named a 2021 recipient of the Scholastic Art and Writing Award.
Feature Film About Baltimore Jazz Singer Billie Holiday To Debut On HuluBorn April 7, 1915, to two teenage parents, Eleanora Fagan, better known by her stage name, Billie Holiday, spent her childhood in Baltimore.
Lexington Market Calling For Artists For Two New Art InstallationsThe Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore announced two calls for artists for the new Lexington Market.
Bill Portlock Reflects On Career Photographing, Studying The Chesapeake BayFor the past five decades, photographer Bill Portlock has captured beautiful images of the Chesapeake all while educating those in the area about the importance of the Bay.
'They're Kind Of Everywhere': Baltimore's Streetside Salt Boxes Become Public Art FixturesThis winter, artist Juliet Ames was inspired to give Baltimore's salt boxes a little love.
Heart Of Baltimore Art Piece To Go Up Near Inner HarborAfter five months and the efforts of numerous volunteers, the Heart of Baltimore is ready to go up.
US Army Field Band From Maryland's Fort Meade Performs On Super Bowl SundayThe U.S. Army Field Band out of Fort Meade was part of the Armed Forces Color Guard's presentation.
Baltimore Paralympian Jessica Long Featured In Super Bowl AdThe spot, titled "Upstream," ran during the second quarter of Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast on CBS.
Baltimore Museum Of Art Welcomes Back Small Groups Of Visitors After Closure Caused By COVID-19 PandemicThe Baltimore Museum of Art took a step toward reopening Saturday as they started welcoming back small groups of visitors.
Broadway Coming Back To Hippodrome Theatre Starting Fall 2021
Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman To Host Poetry Reading For Montgomery College StudentsAmanda Gorman, 22, is the youngest ever inaugural poet who captured the nation's attention at President Joe Biden's inauguration.
'It's An Emotional Thing' | Baltimore Man Finds Passion For Painting After Being Seriously Injured In Car CrashOn February 15, 2015, Baltimore resident Ron Greene was in an accident. A semi-truck smashed into him during a snowstorm, totaling his car with him inside.
HIGHLIGHTS: WJZ 's Virtual New Year's Eve CelebrationIf you missed WJZ's New Year's Eve special, don't worry; here's a look at some of the fun!