- Ingram’s addition to the cast of 'Lady in the Lake' comes just four weeks after it was revealed that Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o pulled out of her co-starring role in the series being filmed in Baltimore.
- Arnold C. Rifkin, a Korean War veteran and pioneering WJZ-TV engineer who late in life had a second career as a chef, died May 4 of complications from dementia May 4 at his Pikesville home. He was 93.
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- There were vintage cars, movie trailers, excited neighbors, fans of Natalie Portman and tons of hot dogs for the cast and crew as filming began this week for the TV adaptation of a local author's novel set in 1960s Baltimore.
- Longtime Baltimore television personality James Uhrin, known to Fox 45 viewers as “Traffic Jam Jimmy,” has died, the station confirmed Saturday night. He was 65.
- Early Grammy winners Sunday include Chris Stapleton, Jon Batiste and Foo Fighters, who swept the rock categories.
- "CODA" star Troy Kotsur made history at the Oscars as the first deaf man to win an Academy Award for acting.
- For 30 seconds, the Oscars went silent for Ukraine. A tribute that started with words from the Ukrainian-born Mila Kunis ended with the Academy Awards fading to black about midway through Sunday’s show from Los Angeles
- Singer Traci Braxton, who was featured with her family in the reality television series “Braxton Family Values,” died at age 50 on Saturday.
- A documentary film profiling Baltimore’s police department in the wake of Detective Sean Suiter’s on-duty death is set to hit television and streaming services in December.
- When the Brothers Osborne, a country duo from Deale, take the stage at the CMA Awards on Wednesday, the award-winning duo will have a powerful message for fans who sometimes feel like outsiders — an experience that they know all too well.
- Before the kickoff of the highly anticipated home opener, the Ravens played a song that Omar Little from “The Wire” used to whistle, paying tribute to the late Michael K. Williams.
- As Omar Little, actor Michael K. Williams patrolled the streets of Baltimore with a shotgun and a terrifying swagger. But in real life, friends say the man they called “Mike” cared deeply for the city and the people in it.
- Actor Michael K. Williams, who as the rogue robber of drug dealers Omar Little on “The Wire” created one of the most popular characters in television in recent decades, died Monday.
- Tucker Carlson's celebration of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán might not be so alarming if American democracy was not at such a precarious point.
- Mike Flanagan, a 2002 graduate of Towson University and renowned director in the horror genre, is at it again, this time with a new Netflix TV series.
- While the term talking heads is often used with some derision, I think this is where the real power and credibility of some of the best documentaries resides. And this HBO production on the life of Barack Obama is no exception.
- As powerful as the opening day testimony was, don't expect the hearings on the Jan. 6th storming of the Capitol to change anything in Washington. It's a media thing.
- Veteran journalist and educator Jacqueline Jones is named dean of Morgan State University's School of Global Journalism and Communication.
- Gbenga Akinnagbe, 42, who played the murderous Chris Partlow in the HBO show, claims Lola Adesioye, 38, who writes for The Guardian and other publications, touched and grabbed his rear end in May and June 2020, according to a criminal complaint.