Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians, Inc. (AMFM), a nonprofit organization that supports professional Annapolis-area musicians and music programs for youth, is accepting applications for its third annual Tim King Music Performance Scholarship.
Broadway blockbuster to play through March 8
Baltimore Times celebrates Black History month with Exhibit and Experience. This event is FREE
IN THE COMING NEXT WEEKS, Please join BT in ‘The Baltimore Times’ 3 part Community Conversation series.
Founder of Maryland Media Non-Profit On His Journey From Learning Disability to Stellar Career in TV
In the aftermath of a fire mistakenly started by him and his sister in their one-room apartment while his mother was at work, Robert Jackson’s shaken mother fell to weeping.
Hello everyone, we have a lot to talk about and a little space to do it.
Featuring African American Sphinx Competition Winner Violinist Melissa White
When Mo'Nique won the best supporting actress Academy Award in 2010 for her performance in "Precious," she thanked her husband for showing her that "sometimes you have to forgo doing what's popular in order to do what's right."
Beginning February 1, 2020, the St. Francis Missal— a legendary 12th-century manuscript and relic of touch of St. Francis of Assis
The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards were presented Sunday in Los Angeles.
Twenty-five years later, their bromance is as fresh as the day they met. Smith, as the mercurial, perpetual bachelor exhibits his best swagger in years. His Mike is like an old club goer who hasn’t realized the crowd around him ...
TROOP ZERO, made its debut on Amazon Prime Video.
My prayers go out to the family and friends who may have lost a loved one recently on the streets of Baltimore.
All have gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Urban One Inc.
"I wonder what life would be like without jazz, blues, roots, and R&B and the musicians who play them. " - "Rambling" Rosa Pryor-Trusty