What does a million-dollar Halloween costume look like? Hint: It gives new meaning to the phrase "dripping with diamonds."
Maryland Hall will open three exhibitions on November 3, 2014— Clay Artists from the Shore, in the Chaney Gallery; Drawing and Painting the Life at Maryland Hall, in the Martino Gallery; and Student Work by students of MHCA Instructor Andree Tullier in the 2nd Floor Hallway Gallery.
October 31st is nearly here, and soon the streets will be filled with costumed revelers eager to get their share of the free-flowing candy and other prizes. Year after year, trick-or-treaters don their costumes and parade from home to home.
Maryland has received a five-year, $9.73 million federal grant that seeks a reduction in violence in children through a comprehensive program promoting healthy behavioral development.
If you’re not familiar with the Chicago Rap music scene you may not have heard of Tone Gabz.
Here are a few election-time questions to think over: Why in the world do Democrats think they can bash President Obama and his policies and still win black votes?
CenterStage has some great entertainment this season.
More cars could soon join the list of recalls over exploding airbags, a senior administration official told CNN Friday.
October is Car Care Month and AAA Mid-Atlantic is reminding drivers about the importance of properly maintaining their vehicles.
It was a busy week for students in the Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) Dental Hygiene Program as the annual event where free preventative dental care is provided to area seniors.
Rarely-before-seen photographs before, during and after emancipation
In honor of the 150th anniversary of Maryland Emancipation, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum presents renowned photo historian Dr. Deborah Willis on Saturday November 1, 2014 at 1 p.m. Her critically acclaimed book, “Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery,” co-written with Barbara Krauthamer, tells the visual story of the period before, during and after emancipation and its effect on African Americans.
Leon C. Thomas III, a student success and retention advisor at Anne Arundel Community College, received the 2014 Minority Access Role Model award.
Expanded facilities, free screenings and new treatment techniques
When Tammy Owens Johnson received a breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 41, the news would forever change her life. What followed, was chemotherapy, radiation and surgical removal of both breasts and reconstructive surgery.
The Indie Soul Student of the Week is usually reserved for students in grade school but this week we have made an exception.
The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland Chapter will host the Tenth Annual Pythias A. and Virginia I. Jones African-American Community Forum on Memory Loss, Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Coppin State University located at 2500 W. North Avenue in Baltimore.
bola affected Liberians and other West Africans who can obtain plane tickets will be headed to the United States. How many more can we handle coming into our country?
After the housing industry, American’s colleges and universities are collectively the country’s second largest business. A closer look behind higher education’s ivy-covered walls reveals how colleges are kept afloat by practices as mercenary as housing’s sub-prime lending practices that nearly destroyed the US economy in 2008.
There are approximately 12,000 homeless individuals in Maryland. An estimated 5,400 of them are children under the age of six.
The Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week is a man who understands being a successful business person means being willing to expand beyond your comfort zone.
What is this thing called slavery? What is this thing called freedom?