Arena Players, Inc. continues its 65th Season of theatre with “Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years,” a performance written by Emily Mann and directed by Arena Player Alum Randolph Smith.
SurvivornomicsTM proffers that youth and emerging adults residing in disadvantaged, hypersegregated and marginalized communities live, adjust and thrive in the face of adversities while finding resilience. Because the challenges they face are multi-factorial and involve so many different systems, we must think critically and avoid becoming rigid in our deliberations.
“Some careers have a path created and you learn how to walk it, in the music business, you're creating the path as you walk it.”
Disproportionately, young African male college students and others are being summarily expelled from college based solely on mere allegations of sexual misconduct violations of Title IX rules without any due process of law or findings of fact. College administrators are arbitrarily determining that these targeted students are guilty and expendable until their innocence is proven.
On March 27, 2019, a wax figure of Joy Bramble, publisher of The Baltimore Times was unveiled at the Maryland State House in front of family, friends and supporters
Spring is finally here, Thank God! My "Rosemobile" is all gassed up and ready to go, so mark your calendar and let’s have some fun!
“Some people think they don’t matter enough to make an impact on other people,” Grossi says. “This is because they might not see the full extent of the impact they make because one action can set off a chain reaction that reaches far beyond the starting point.”
Political partisanship and racial overtones notwithstanding, at its core is the fact that a decision was made some time ago regarding the master plan for development of the Baltimore metropolitan region that obviously included the mass migration of low income Baltimore City residents out of communities that are contiguous to the Inner Harbor and central business district, many of whom have found new residency in Baltimore County
LaQuida Chancey started Smalltimore Homes, an affordable housing and sustainable living solution, which focuses on enhancing community living and improving neighborhoods by creating alternative ownership opportunities.
Democratic Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will be taking an "indefinite leave of absence," her office announced Monday, citing a battle with pneumonia. The announcement comes at the same time she's facing a scandal over a major purchase of children's books she authored by the University of Maryland Medical System.
On April 1st, Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (MD-07) issued the following statement in response to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh taking a leave of absence.
"Instead of pushing students out of school, we need to “rethink schools” and make them responsive to the contemporary needs of our children and young adults. There needs to be teacher trainings, appropriate resources, perceived-risk assessment, and the development of culturally appropriate and compatible trauma-informed curriculum. "
The Priceless Gown Project Prom Dress Giveaway returns to Baltimore for its 15th year to continue granting prom dreams for area high school junior and senior girls on Sunday, March 31, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lord Baltimore Hotel located at 20 W Baltimore Street in Baltimore City. The free event takes place during Women’s History Month and focuses on uplifting and supporting young women to recognize the power, intellect and beauty within themselves to overcome obstacles, resolve issues, maintain a healthy lifestyle and change the world.
Baltimore native Victorine Quille Adams became the first black woman elected to the city council and proved herself as a civic leader and pioneer in African American politics.
Last month, February 2019, was not only Black History Month it was also Heart Health Awareness Month per the American Heart Association. Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States.
SBLC, a Baltimore nonprofit that provides functional literacy, life skills training and career preparation services for adults, is hosting its annual gala Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel located at 202 East Pratt Street in Baltimore City.
Are you truly living or are you simply existing? Are you in the driver’s seat or are you living your life on autopilot? Does life happen to you or do you make life happen?
The Manna House, a community resource for needy and homeless individuals in Baltimore City, plans to expand its facilities in 2019 in order to provide more services to their clients.
Maryland Fellowship Of Christian Athletes Celebrates Grand Opening Of New Park Heights Saints Community Center And Resiliency Hub
In 2016, Garrick Williams, Sr. dreamed of a place where hundreds of athletes and coaches could gather, delve into the Bible and worship and fellowship together. On March 20, 2019, the dream became a reality as a $250,000 transformation of a West Baltimore home into the Park Heights Saints Community Center was completed and celebrated at a Grand Opening.
Donna Brazile says there is no way she is selling out and her core values will always remain intact despite her controversial decision to sign with Fox News.