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John-John Williams IV

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John-John Williams IV has worked for The Baltimore Sun since 2005. He joined the paper as an education reporter covering everything from cheating scandals to inappropriate teacher behavior.. He then switched gears when he joined the Features desk, where he has covered fashion and pop culture for the past three years. Prior to The Baltimore Sun, he worked as a reporter at The Times-Picayune and The Argus Leader.

Recent Articles

  • Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, nurse and artist, dies

    Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, nurse and artist, dies

    Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, a health care provider, author and artist, died Aug. 22 at Integrace Fairhaven in Sykesville after an allergic reaction to medication. She was 98. Mrs. McCausey was one of three children. She was born and grew up in the north of Scotland on the estates of Brahan...

  • Stay indoors: Baltimore to spray some areas for mosquitoes Sunday night

    Stay indoors: Baltimore to spray some areas for mosquitoes Sunday night

    Baltimore City is advising residents that some areas will undergo mosquito spraying Sunday night. Residents between Coolidge Avenue and Benson Avenue and Sharonleigh Road to S. Grantley Street are being advised to remain indoors tonight after 10 p.m. while the city conducts mosquito control truck-based...

  • Wedded: Karen Hillsley and Jeff Meyer hit it off on the dance floor

    Wedded: Karen Hillsley and Jeff Meyer hit it off on the dance floor

    Date: May 21 Her story: Karen Hillsley, 25, was born in Durham, N.C., and grew up in Ellicott City. She is a physical therapist at St. Agnes Hospital. Her parents, Russell and Ellen Hillsley, live in Ellicott City. His story: Jeff Meyer, 24, was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and grew up in Cary,...

  • Take the plunge into blue home decor

    Take the plunge into blue home decor

    When it comes to home decor, blue is never out of style for Lee Whitehead, owner of Mount Vernon's Nouveau Home & Interior Design. "It's just beautiful," he said. "Sure, there's an ebb and flow [in the color's popularity]. But when you go to trade shows, you are always going to see the peacock...

  • Cooking up culture: Baltimore's Youth Compass Collective caters to the needs of asylees

    Usually the kitchen at Ekiben is filled with the mouth-watering smells of Thai chicken meatballs in a coconut curry sauce, sweet and starchy steamed buns and the other delectable Asian-inspired dishes at the recently opened Fells Point eatery. But Saturday, those smells were interrupted by the...

  • Cooking up culture: Baltimore's Youth Compass Collective caters to the needs of asylees

    Cooking up culture: Baltimore's Youth Compass Collective caters to the needs of asylees

    Usually the kitchen at Ekiben is filled with the mouth-watering smells of Thai chicken meatballs in a coconut curry sauce, sweet and starchy steamed buns and the other delectable Asian-inspired dishes at the recently opened Fells Point eatery. But Saturday, those smells were interrupted by the...

  • 'Hero mom' Toya Graham, family displaced by fire [Updated]

    'Hero mom' Toya Graham, family displaced by fire [Updated]

    Update: Graham's GoFundMe page, which had a goal of $5,000, has raised over $26,000 from more than 750 people as of late Wednesday morning. Toya Graham was in the middle of working a double shift Saturday when she got a frantic Face Time call from her 18-year-old daughter, Teiyona, telling her...

  • Color for the classroom

    Color for the classroom

    Kids will stand out from their peers and go to the head of the class with back-to-school fashion choices that are bold and brash. Add these colorful pieces to their ensemble when school starts, and they're sure to stand out. After all, individuality is the name of the game, right? Incorporate these...

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