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Ulysses Muñoz

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Ulysses Muñoz has been a Sun photojournalist since 2017. He was a HoCo Times intern in 2014 before becoming a multimedia producer at The Capital. Uly was born and raised in Columbia before moving to College Park and graduating from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. He's Very Online™ so please direct all Taco Bell gift cards, memes and insults to his Twitter account —> @y00lz.

Recent Articles

  • Villain Arts tattoo convention returns to Baltimore

    Villain Arts tattoo convention returns to Baltimore

    Walking past the booths at this year’s Baltimore Tattoo Convention, the first thing I thought was just how impressive it was to have so many shops and independent artists set up together into hallways that crowds could wander through. My second thought was, “there is a lot of buzzing.” But unlike...

  • IAmA Baltimore Sun Journalist: With reporters Justin Fenton and Kevin Rector

    IAmA Baltimore Sun Journalist: With reporters Justin Fenton and Kevin Rector

    Crime reporters Justin Fenton and Kevin Rector hosted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit Tuesday afternoon to talk about the Gun Trace Task Force trial, crime reporting in Baltimore and whatever else the Redditors had on their minds. Here’s five highlights, and you can find the AMA in its...

  • Philadelphia takes to the streets to celebrate Super Bowl LII win

    Philadelphia takes to the streets to celebrate Super Bowl LII win

    On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, getting revenge for their 24-21 loss to the Pats 13 years ago in Super Bowl XXXIX. My friend Noah and I had talked about driving to Pittsburgh to watch the Super Bowl if they made it to the Big Game. Then my beloved...

  • Voters in Laurel say they crossed party lines

    Voters in Laurel say they crossed party lines

    Laurel voters had few contested local races in Tuesday's general election, but joined voters across the state in deciding the next governor

  • Teams put culinary skills to the test at Howard County Fair

    Teams put culinary skills to the test at Howard County Fair

    Three teams put their culinary skills to the test at the Howard County Fair's Thursday evening Iron Chef competition. Alba's Army, a group from the Howard County Recreation and Parks department, took home first place with their southwestern style steaks, grilled potatoes and vegetable-stuffed squash....

  • Miniature horses captivate crowds at Howard County Fair

    Miniature horses captivate crowds at Howard County Fair

    Miniature horse owners from across the region brought their tiny stallions to the Howard County Fair on Wednesday. Owners entered their horses in a variety of contests, from jumps, to obstacle courses and even an egg-in-spoon race (but it was really a ping-pong ball).   Mark Laird oversaw each...

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