John-John Williams IV

Writer

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

  • Oriole Park now serving Roseda Farm burgers from Monkton

    Oriole Park now serving Roseda Farm burgers from Monkton

    At Oriole Park, beef will now be regionally sourced. This week, Monkton-based Roseda Black Angus Farms burgers will be served at the new Roseda Farm Grill on Eutaw Street near Gate H, according to a news release. In addition to the burgers served at Roseda Farm Grill, Old Line Custom Meats will...

  • Main Event Entertainment opens Tuesday at The Mall in Columbia

    Main Event Entertainment opens Tuesday at The Mall in Columbia

    With more than 120 virtual video games and 22 bowling lanes, the 50,000-square-foot Main Event Entertainment will open its doors Tuesday at 2 p.m. at The Mall in Columbia, according to a news release. The venue will be located on the south side of the mall near Sears and J.C. Penney. The Texas-based...

  • Five Maryland restaurants, including four in Baltimore, make OpenTable's Top 100 brunch restaurants

    Five Maryland restaurants, including four in Baltimore, make OpenTable's Top 100 brunch restaurants

    Looking for a vetted restaurant to enjoy Mother’s Day brunch this weekend? According to more than 12 million verified OpenTable diner reviews, five Maryland restaurants have made the company’s 100 Best Brunch Restaurants in America for 2018. The Food Market in Hampden, Gertrude’s in Charles Village,...

  • Rachel New American Cuisine in Federal Hill closes

    Rachel New American Cuisine in Federal Hill closes

    Rachel New American Cuisine, the rustic restaurant in Federal Hill that opened in December 2016, closed after its Sunday service, according to its general manager. The restaurant, which served Mid-Atlantic Chesapeake cuisine and was located in an 1875 townhouse at 554 E. Fort Ave., was run by chef...

  • Urban Deli has reopened in new location on Light Street

    Urban Deli has reopened in new location on Light Street

    Urban Deli, the sandwich shop known for its spicy turkey panini, reopened Saturday in its new location four blocks from its smaller original spot on Light Street. “It’s been just an incredible weekend,” said owner Laura McCormack. “We are so thrilled that our customers have supported us.” The eatery...

  • Kinetic Sculpture Race enlivens Baltimore for 20th year

    Kinetic Sculpture Race enlivens Baltimore for 20th year

    Crowds screamed, shouted and cheered with amazement as the gigantic turtle, dragon and mystical horned blue poodle floated by on bicycles Saturday morning in Fells Point. None were more spirited than 3-year-old Zariya Muhammad, who stood near the corner of Aliceanna Street and Broadway waving orange...

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