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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

  • Not your father's Atlantic City: It's time to give the New Jersey beach town another look

    Not your father's Atlantic City: It's time to give the New Jersey beach town another look

    A speakeasy entrance for a dining experience from a celebrity chef; luxurious spa treatments; Sunday drag shows; and pools that could rival a Miami nightclub — those are just some of the attractions that await visitors to the new Atlantic City. The coastal New Jersey city is no longer the tired...

  • Merriweather's new resident orchestra is changing the face of classical music

    Merriweather's new resident orchestra is changing the face of classical music

    When violinist Jessica McJunkins looks out into the audience during performances of the Soulful Symphony, she can’t help but brim with joy. When she was growing up, she rarely saw people who looked like her playing string instruments — and nothing to the extent of Soulful Symphony, which is composed...

  • After flood, Ellicott homemaker opens fashion boutique

    After flood, Ellicott homemaker opens fashion boutique

    Jenn Skarda, 34, didn’t let the floods deter her from opening a women’s fashion boutique along Main Street in Ellicott City. “After the flood occurred, I had the ability to open a store and help revive the town,” says the Ellicott City resident, who previously was a homemaker. “It’s something I...

  • Owings Mills library to give away more than 900 free prom dresses

    Owings Mills library to give away more than 900 free prom dresses

    The Baltimore County Public Library system has made it easier for prom-goers to attend the big dance. On Saturday, high school students will have the opportunity to choose from 932 dresses and more than 200 pairs of shoes that all 19 branches of the library system collected for Prom Closet, a program...

  • Budding artists take a crack at Ukrainian egg dyeing

    Budding artists take a crack at Ukrainian egg dyeing

    Northeast Baltimore resident Shanika Baylor was eager to spend a “crafty day” with her 11-year-old daughter, Kamyiah Gray. Baylor wanted to tap into the artistic predilection of Kamyiah while “spending mom and daughter time” together. “Good job,” Baylor said as she held up Kamyiah’s work for the...

  • Man shot in back in Baltimore

    Man shot in back in Baltimore

    A 19-year-old man walked into an area hospital late Saturday night after being shot in the back, city police said. Officers from the Southwest District responded to the hospital, which police did not identify, at 11:45 p.m. Once there, the man told police that he was in the 300 block of S. Augusta...

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