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Freddie Jackson, still fabulous and fresh, works his music magic

With 11 No. 1 hits and 30 soundtrack tunes, Freddie Jackson arrives with a soulful, love movement with the sizzling new single, “One Night”

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HBCU Report: Alabama State, Jackson State advance to Women’s Tennis Championship

Top seeds Alabama State and Jackson State prevailed in Saturday’s semifinals on day two of the 2017 SWAC Women’s Tennis Tournament played at the Pepsi Tennis Center

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Keyboardist Marcus Johnson to speak at Uplifting Minds II Entertainment Conference

NAACP Image Award winning keyboardist Marcus Johnson has been added to the list of entertainment business panelists for the Baltimore Uplifting Minds II (ULMII) entertainment conference at Security Square Mall on Saturday, April 22, 2017

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Baton Rouge Area Foundation accepting entries for 11th Annual Gaines Award

Deadline for $10,000 prize is August 15, 2017

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Trump’s EPA Awards Flint $100 Million for Water Crisis

Buried in the 24-hour news cycle of Russian conspiracies, presidential tweets, and White House nepotism, the Trump Administration found the time to set aside $100 million for the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

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Buckets Blakes of the Harlem Globetrotters visits local schools

For Anthony “Buckets” Blakes a member of the iconic Harlem Globetrotters for 15 years, shooting a basketball 583 feet and 8 inches is just another trick shot

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Mr. President, what if it was your Mama?

The president’s budget identified steep cuts in numerous domestic programs. It calls for the elimination of a key program that Meals on Wheels groups depend on: a $3 billion program—community development block grants (CDBG)— that began under the Ford administration to combat poverty by giving states and cities greater flexibility in how to combat poverty.

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Central West Baltimore eager for State Center redevelopment

When you walk through Historic Marble Hill, you will appreciate the architectural craftsmanship with details that have stood the test of time and can’t be replicated by today’s builders.

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Lardarius Webb finds a way back to the Ravens

Lardarius Webb signed a three-year deal worth $10.5 million with the Baltimore Ravens after he was released by the team in March this year.

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Aperture Education Launches Essay Contest with $1000 College Scholarship Prize

Succeeding in high school and college often requires more than just good grades.

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Students explore southern HBCUs on annual tour

There has been meaty discussions in the African-American community around the topic of whether it is culturally necessary to attend a Historically Black

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Baltimore comedienne survives heart attack, urges women to be aware of wellbeing

Well-known comedienne Pamela Hill, whose performance name is “Miss Maybelle,” has survived a heart attack and two stroke.

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Al Roker helps bring ‘crab walk’ title back to Baltimore

Al Roker with Loyola University Maryland Cheering Squad rallying the crowd before they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of crab walkers

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Park School Third Grader’s Project Leads to Restriction on Idling

Park School Third Grader’s Project Leads to Restriction on Idling

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Ringling Bros Returns to Baltimore One Last Time!

Feld Entertainment, Inc. parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® producer of live family entertainment, announced in January that the iconic circus would hold its final performances at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, R.I., on May 7, and at the Nassau Veterans Memorial.

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Internet security survey reveals Baltimore residents vulnerable to hacks

According to officials at Ooma, an online phone and Internet security company, multi-device Internet security has become particularly important now that a single network supports multiple devices

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HBCU Round-Up: MEAC Announces Weekly Tennis Honors

Morgan State junior Jeremy Field and Bethune-Cookman senior Alvaro Barrera were named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men’s Tennis Co-Players of the Week

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New PACS focus on getting more blacks into politics

In the aftermath of former-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s crushing defeat last November, a number of groups were launched to encourage greater political participation among young people, women and minorities.

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Comedian Charlie Murphy dies following leukemia battle

Comedian Charlie Murphy died Wednesday after a battle with leukemia, according to his publicist Domenick Nati.

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