Nestled amidst all the seasonal festivities is Medicare's open enrollment season, which kicked off October 15. Seniors will have until December 7 to select their Medicare plans for the coming year.
"James Earl Jones portrayed world heavyweight boxing champ Jack Johnson, whose power and persona took white America by surprise in the early 1900’s. Johnson presented a double threat to the status quo; he violated laws that forbade him white female companionship, and literally, no one could whip his black ass."
Vocalist Sara Jones will put the audience in a mellow mood for the holidays with “Winter’s Greeting: A Seasonal Collection of Jazz Standards,” on Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 3 p.m., at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis (UUCA), 333 Dubois Road. Backing Jones are veteran musicians Paul Langosch on bass and David Kane on piano.
Saturday, December 1, 2018/Coppin State University, Talon Center
Former Baltimore Times journalist, Kimbely Brown has written a new book about her own journey. Her book, “Reflections – What Ms. Angelou Taught Me,” is an ode to the late poet Maya Angelou.
The Greater Remington Improvement Association (GRIA), in partnership with Johns Hopkins University and Seawall has announced the launch of the Remington Storefront Challenge (RSC)— a Shark Tank-style search for local entrepreneurs— to start temporary retail concepts in two storefronts in what organizers say is one of Baltimore’s hottest neighborhoods.
Judging from what Jackson was able to do against the Cincinnati Bengals last week, Baltimore has a bright future. The NFL is moving towards a league that places more of an emphasis on scoring.
"In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, this is a time not to focus on one big meal on one big day. This is a time to commit and work even harder to end poverty and hunger in this land of plenty."
The time is now for action, not more partisan debate. No more postponements. No more excuses. The U.S. Congress should pass the First Step Act. We want equal justice. Criminal justice reform for black America is long overdue.
"I've been listening to Travis Scott for quite some time now. My opinions about him and his music have differed over the years, but his last two solo projects have impressed me. After this [show], all I can say is.... take me back to Astroworld!" - Imani
The Baltimore Times and the Baltimore Times Foundation are hosting an inaugural Holiday Marketplace at the Coppin State University’s Talon Center on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018.
Annapolis— Magical! That’s the word that best describes Annapolis and Anne Arundel County during the holidays. A host of events for the young and young at heart makes it easy for everyone to get into the spirit of the season. To help you celebrate, Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County has pulled together a handy list of 14 holiday happenings the whole family can enjoy.
More than 100 women impacted by violence were given all the trimmings for a Thanksgiving meal and served dinner at the 11th Annual Thanksgiving Event organized by Millie Brown, founder of A Mother’s Cry on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at the Lillian Jones building at 1303 Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore City. A Mother’s Cry is a local group that supports mothers who have lost children to violence.
'Tis the Season To Be Jolly!
We are continuing in the theme of Shop Small Business Saturday to support Baltimore's local artisians, small business owners and entrepreneurs!
CeCe Winans will perform with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Morgan State University Choir in a rousing gospel Christmas program of holiday favorites on Friday, December 21, 2018 at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall at 8 p.m.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, which provides support services to young people with cancer and their families, is nearing completion of a house in Baltimore where patients can stay while receiving life-saving cancer treatments.
Many people experience stress during the busy holiday season. Rushing around, worrying about others, missing people, navigating tough relationships— all can be difficult to manage, especially when we are surrounded by messages that we are “supposed” to feel happy.
The Baltimore Ravens started the season with an impressive 47 - 10 win over the Buffalo Bills. Things were really looking good for them after shutting out the Tennessee Titans 21 - 0 in week 6. Entering week 7, the Ravens had a 4 - 2 record before things started to spiral out of control.
Make A Lasting, Positive Impact This Holiday Season: Give Family And Friends Gifts From The Arbor Day Foundation
Celebrate this year’s holiday season with friends and loved ones while supporting conservation and tree planting with the help of the Arbor Day Foundation.
Holiday Recipes Worth Sharing
Most great holiday gatherings start with great food and end with quality time spent with loved ones. This holiday season, rely on simple recipes that let you spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating special moments with family and friends.