Celebrating Maryland Vegan Restaurant Month with Golden West Cafe

Behind the Lens: Vic Carter Shares the Story Behind His Steve Geppi ProfileIn this edition of Behind The Lens, Vic Carter shares the story behind his profile of Steve Geppi, owner of Diamond Comic Distributors.

On the Menu: Celebrate Vegan Restaurant Month in Maryland with Golden West CafeIn honor of Maryland Vegan Restaurant Month, Golden West Cafe owner Samantha Klassen shares a recipe for a delicious vegan version of Bánh mì.

Where’s Marty? Celebrating Maryland Wine Month at Linganore WinecellarsMarty Bass traveled to Mt. Airy to celebrate Maryland Wine Month at Linganore Winecellars in this edition of “Where’s Marty?” »

Where’s Marty? Break the crab tagMarty Bass celebrated National Crabmeat Day with Jimmy’s Famous Seafood. But he also asked Marylanders if they would show a novice how to remove crab meat from the shell.

Where’s Marty? Celebrating National Crabmeat Day with Jimmy’s Famous SeafoodWith Wednesday being National Crabmeat Day, Marty went to Jimmy’s Famous Seafood in Dundalk, a family business that has been making crabs for 48 years. In fact, 75% of Jimmy’s menu includes crab in some form.

Behind the lens: Linh Bui explains the story behind ‘Project Buy Nothing’In Wednesday’s edition of Behind The Lens, Linh Bui shares the backstory of his report on the “Buy Nothing Project”.

Behind the Lens: Mike Hellgren Shares the Story of ‘What Lies Beneath’Mike Hellgren sits down with Denise Koch and Meg McNamara to share what he learned about historic Lexington Market and the catacombs that sink below this iconic Baltimore landmark.

What lies below? Inside the Lexington Market Catacombs and New Market PavilionFrom a sprawling, mostly outdoor market that featured over 1,000 vendors, Lexington Market got its start when our nation was new. And it’s still going strong, set to open in a reimagined space later this year.

Family-owned clock repair business in Maryland says business is boomingAre clocks a thing of the past? Not according to Maryland Clock Company, a family-run clock repair business. Sean Streicher has the story.

Where’s Marty? The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, Part 2Marty Bass offers a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower in this edition of “Where’s Marty?” Additionally, he asks Baltimore residents if they wear a watch and use it to tell the time.

Behind the lens: Ava-joye shares the story of the Taharka brothersAva-joye Burnett sits down with Denise Koch and Meg McNamara to discuss the storytelling process behind her Taharka Brothers Ice Cream profile.

Ava-Joye Burnett dives into the history of the Taharka brothersA heartbreaking loss led to the success of ice cream company Taharka Brothers.

On the menu: kale salad and baked chickpeas“Chef Egg” Erik Berlin shows you how to make quick and tasty kale salad and baked chickpeas in this edition of “On the Menu.”

Where’s Marty? The Bromo Seltzer Arts TowerMarty Bass offers a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower in this edition of “Where’s Marty?”

Maryland lawmakers fast-track bill to stop gas tax collectionMuch-needed relief may soon be on the way for Marylanders facing soaring prices at the pump.

City squeegee worker initiative keeps kids in school and finds stable jobsA 90-day initiative set up by the Mayor’s Office of African American Men’s Engagement to help secure stable employment for squeegee workers is helping to change lives.

Car crashes into DC restaurant beer garden, 1 woman deadAn SUV crashed Friday afternoon into the outdoor seating area of ​​a popular Greek restaurant in northwest Washington, DC, killing one woman and injuring seven others, four seriously.

‘Safe and sound’: Baltimore man saves his grandmother from UkraineOleksiy Blavat emigrated from Ukraine to Baltimore 20 years ago. On Wednesday, he began his journey back to the area to rescue his grandmother.

St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5K returns to raise money for a good causeAfter a three-year hiatus, the St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5K returns this weekend.

Federal prosecutors call Mosby’s motion to dismiss ‘baseless’ in hot caseFederal prosecutors on Friday filed a searing response to Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s request to dismiss the federal charges against her, calling her position “baseless” and her arguments “dishonest.”

Ukrainian church in Baltimore flooded with Pierogi ordersSmall homemade pierogies made at the St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canton go a long way in helping the people of Ukraine.

WJZ Weekend Planner: March 12 and 13Every Friday, WJZ at 9 will bring you the events and activities happening in the city during the weekend.

Where’s Marty? The work involved in setting up the Maryland Home & Garden ShowIn this segment, Marty gets the inside scoop on all the work involved in setting up the Maryland Home and Garden Show.

Behind the lens: Annie Rose Ramos tells us the story of ‘documenting history’Annie Rose Ramos sits down with Meg and Denise to elaborate on “Documenting History,” the story of the Maryland Center For History and Culture’s decision to chronicle the local impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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