Festival Of Trees Will Be Online This Year. You Can Get A FREE Ticket To The EventThe Festival of Trees is moving online this year, like many events, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harford County Girl Reenacts WJZ NewscastNeed something to smile about? Watch this adorable 7-year-old Harford County girl do the news from her living room.
Thanksgiving 2020: What's Maryland's Favorite Side Dish?What are those must have side dishes on your Thanksgiving table?
Click Here Now! Smartphones May Be Making Us More ImpulsiveBeing glued to your smartphone could be causing you to make impulsive decisions and crave immediate gratification.
Ellicott City's DJ Kopec Hosting Another Virtual Dance Party To Raise Money For Mount Washington Pediatric HospitalSince the COVID-19 pandemic began, millions of people have tuned into Maryland DJ Chris Kopec's virtual dance parties. On Saturday, he's hosting another that doubles as a fundraiser for Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital.
Thanksgiving Food Survey: Stuffing Or Dressing?Thanksgiving is upon us, and there's a debate across America -- is it called dressing or stuffing?
Baltimore's Miracle On 34th Street Suggests People Don't Come This Year Due To COVID-19Another long-standing Baltimore holiday tradition will look different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanksgiving 2020: What's Maryland's Favorite Pie?Thanksgiving is a week away and regardless of how you're celebrating in 2020 -- one thing will probably be on the table -- pie. 
Six Flags America Still Holding Holiday In The Park Winter Festival Despite COVID-19 PandemicLooking for something to do with the family this holiday season? Six Flags America's annual Holiday in the Park winter festival is returning for its fifth year despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Everyman Theatre To Reopen For Production In NovemberThe Everyman Theatre announced it will reopen to the public for a production in November. 
Frankenstein Is The Most Popular Horror Movie Villain, Study SaysEveryone has their favorite movie villains, but when it comes to horror films, preferences vary from state to state.