Rambling Rose

Haooy Thanksgiving To All, May Your Turkey Be Blessed!

11/16/2018, 6 a.m.

Hello everyone! I know there is a lot going on, especially with the Thanksgiving holiday coming up. I do wish you all a very blessed holiday. Don’t forget the homeless and the less fortunate.

This weekend is very special to me, because Hassan Rasheed and T-Shirt Brian are honoring me at their “Royal Theatre Reunion Black & White Ball” at the Patapsco Arena on Saturday, November 17, 2018. I am so excited! The live entertainment will be awesome with groups such as: “The Softones”; “The Ebony's”; “First Class Revue”; “David Smooth #1 Temptation Revue”; “Style”; “Epiphany” ; and the “Five Shadows”. I told you the entertainment will be awesome. I will see you there.

Oh, by the way ladies and gentlemen, I will be at Lexington Market on Saturday, November 24 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. if you want to get one of my autographed books about Baltimore and Pennsylvania Avenue for a holiday gift to give someone or maybe for yourself. So stop by and say hello.

I want to say hello and congratulation to a dear friend, Ruth Lee, the mother of Andre Lee, celebrating her 90th birthday. May God continue to bless you with health and happiness.

The Indie Author Legacy Awards (IALA) sponsored by Black Enterprise is honoring impact centered writers. The IALA is the only of its kind, honoring modern impact centered writers, who serve as unsung heroes within our communities. This monumental event was designed to specifically celebrate non-fiction literacy geared towards the promotion of social awareness, education and personal transformation. Nomination submissions are open until December 31, 2018. For entry guidelines and nomination submissions visit www.IndieAuthorLegacyAwards.com.

Lexington Market goes “holiday” all way with their Artisan Market of many vendors beginning Saturday November 24 and every Saturday until December 22. Find gifts, handcrafted jewelry, books and artwork. It is a place that you can find everything you need for every day and for the holidays. There are piles of fresh collard greens; and sweet potatoes, poultry and all kinds of meats, pies and desserts, fresh flowers and decorations. Also while you shop every Saturday, live entertainment will rock the house. On Saturday, November 18 you will be entertained by “Rufus Roundtree and DA B’More Brass Factory” and next Saturday, the Evolution Orange Bank Band will perform.

I want you all to meet me at the New Town High School Auditorium, 4931 Newtown Blvd in Owings Mills, Maryland starting at 2 p.m. for the live taping of comedian Howard G’s Musical Comedy Stage Play on Saturday, November 17, 2018. The play is called “Never Could Have Made It!” For more information, call 410-808-5805 and tell them “Rambling Rose” told you.

Before I leave you, I want to invite you to a Big Birthday Party for Milton Dugger and Rosa Pryor, we have celebrated together for many years. It will be held at St. Mary’s Hall 5500 York Road from 6:30-ll p.m. It is cabaret style, BYOB AND BYOF, free set-ups. Milton is going all the way this year with live entertainment featuring, Sonny Turner of the Platters; the Bleu Lights “Charles “Big Daddy” Stalling and his band; The Palovations; Rhapsody; and Sheila Ross of the Royalettes. Honey Child! Talking about a good time…… Girlfriend! Let me tell you, you got to be there. Call 410-938-8411 for tickets.

Oh hell, I am out of space, I got to go, but remember if you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at rosapryor@aol.com. UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS.