John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun

John-John Williams IV

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by John-John:

In Baltimore for the AKA regional conference? Here are some places to go.

All are either Black-owned or Black-run and some have sorority or fraternity ties. → Read More

Black creatives find surging demand for a new Black aesthetic in Baltimore’s businesses and homes

Emanating from this country's racial reckoning is a reemphasis on the Black aesthetic — whether in the form of art and designs or the talents of Black designers and creatives colored by Black culture. → Read More

Morgan State University alumna D’Angela ‘Dia’ Simms believes in making room for diversity in the spirits industry

The CEO of Lobos 1707, a tequila and mezcal company, previously worked with Diddy. → Read More

Baltimore’s Old Goucher neighborhood used to house a college. Now it offers opportunity, diversity.

Named for the college campus that occupied a sizeable chunk of the current neighborhood until relocating to Towson in the early 1950s, the neighborhood boasts, large rowhomes, wide streets, and a number of businesses that operate out of former school buildings. → Read More

Maryland chefs share heirloom recipes for Black Thanksgiving

From jerk turkey to oyster dressing to vegan greens, Black Maryland chefs share their Thanksgiving recipes. → Read More

The Black Thanksgiving ‘trinity’: These are soul foods Maryland chefs say make the holiday history

For some Black Americans, Thanksgiving takes on additional significance because it is a way of passing down cooking traditions that started in Africa and extended to America during slavery. → Read More

Black professor at Loyola University Maryland creates a place for positive conversations about race

Karsonya “Kaye” Whitehead, founding director of the Karson Institute for Race, Peace & Social Justice is working to address racial inequities in Baltimore and around the country. → Read More

5 pizzas in the Baltimore area you need to try

The simple pie with ancient origins has risen to the top of our fast-food favorites list since it first came to Charm City at least 100 years ago. → Read More

Kamala Harris inspires Black women from Baltimore state’s attorney to speaker of Maryland House of Delegates

Kamala Harris made history Saturday when she became the first woman, Black and Asian American to become Vice-President-elect. → Read More

Hot property: Annapolis home in gated community offers plenty of space

Hot property: This $1,850,000 home is located at 1713 Foxgrape Lane in Annapolis. → Read More

Perfect home for entertaining in Baltimore County’s Middle River

Hot property: This Middle River home at 13205 Sylvan Avenue is listed at $385,000. → Read More

Hot property: Galesville property has panoramic views of the West River

Hot property: The multi-lot property at 1040 Benning Road in Galesville is listed at $2,775,000. → Read More

Hot property: Custom luxury on South Street in Annapolis

This custom home in Historic Annapolis at 9 South Street is listed at $2,598,000. → Read More

Fewer fittings, more filming: Baltimore theater costume designers adapt to a season shadowed by coronavirus

COVID-19 is significantly altering the way costume creators do their jobs for the foreseeable future. → Read More

Hot property: Cabinetmaker’s $2.9 million home in Glyndon is warm, inviting

This Glyndon home, which was built by a cabinetmaker, is filled with rich, warm wood detailing in every space. → Read More

Bel Air photographer maintains bonds with clients during pandemic

COVID-19 has changed the way Ashley Reherman captures the perfect photographs of clients. → Read More

Hot property: An Arnold mansion perfect for a water enthusiast

Hot property: This gated mansion in Arnold is a dream at $2,495,000. → Read More

Atlas patrons, former employees say racial incidents at Baltimore restaurant group are not isolated

Several former employees and Black would-be patrons at Atlas restaurants say the incident captured on viral video was not an isolated case at the restaurant group. They say it is part of a longstanding pattern of discrimination against African Americans. → Read More

Guide to Ocean City for summer 2020: What’s new, things to do inside and rules of the beach

If you're heading to Ocean City this summer, here's what to expect. → Read More

Baltimore black women find solace and sisterhood in weekly Girl Power Happy Hour Zoom chats

The weekly Girl Power Happy Hour computer meet-ups have been a lifeline for many Baltimore area black women — who are juggling work, children and marriage as well as keeping tabs on their own parents — all under the constant threat of the coronavirus. → Read More