Free art kits from the Walters Art Museum distributed to Baltimore City and County residents

Baltimore— The Walters Art Museum has once again distributed free art kits to supplement arts education for students learning from home. Designed for ages six to 11 and offered in both English and Spanish, the art kits explore themes of ...

The Art of Activism: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This weekend: Four days of virtual events feature arts and activism programming in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Baltimore social worker pens book to draw attention to pandemic of child sex abuse

“Body Safety Zones Activity and Coloring Book” is a publication that Baltimore-based social worker and therapeutic consultant Terri Johnson has long wanted to publish.

Georgia farmers create 40 acre portrait of John Lewis in last minute call to vote

Atlanta— In a stunning poetic short, John Lewis’s words about our planet united with the imagery of his crop art portrait drawn into 40 acres of Georgia farmland.

Warnock, Ossoff win Georgia Senate runoffs

Just ahead of the Senate Runoff Election, President-elect Joe Biden went to Georgia and rallied voters by demanding, “Send me these two men!”

Rambling Rose Happy New Year! & Happy Kwanzaa!


Producer Lyn Sisson-Talbert Taps Her Inner Child

Netflix’ Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, the tale of the brilliant, iconoclastic toy inventor Jeronicus Jangle (the younger played by Justin Cornwell, the older by Forest Whitaker) and his blerdy family, is one of the few incredibly delightful things about ...

Rambling Rose Baltimore’s Holiday Angeles

Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I know COVID-19 is jumping up and down and doing the “James Brown.” When will it end— nobody knows but in the meantime don’t be a fool— wear your mask and ...

Black Violin recently earned first Grammy nomination for 2019 album

Newark, NJ— The classical- meets-hip-hop duo Black Violin released the video for “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” taken from their debut holiday album Give Thanks. Produced by Phil Beaudreau, the album was released in November this year.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum welcomes new executive director

Baltimore— The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is pleased to announce the appointment of Terri Lee Freeman, former President of the National Civil Rights Museum.

Covered By Christ Who Cared The Singing Sensations Youth Choir To Hold Virtual Concert

For 17 years, The Singing Sensations Youth Choir has been raising money for its scholarship fund though its annual Christmas concert. Last year, the festive event drew an estimated 1400 attendees. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the choir will ...

Soul’d out Saturday Blessing Bags

Hello everyone, I hope and pray that all of you who are in the sound of my written words are safe and health.

Guinness Brewery Lights Up with Outdoor Holiday Installations

Guinness Open Gate Brewery’s Holiday Light Walk with a number of outdoor installations to view as you enjoy a beer or two responsibly is now open at 5001 Washington Blvd in Halethorpe.

REVIEW Small Axe: Steve McQueen’s Five Part Anthology Centers Black British History

Mixed-race British academic, author, and documentarian David Olusoga wrote in “Black and British: A Forgotten History,“ “Almost every black or mixed- race person of my generation has a story of racial violence to tell... They are raw, visceral, highly personal ...

One of Britain’s hottest young actors, Malachi Kirby, stars in ‘12 Years A Slave’ director’s anthology

British actor Malachi Kirby famously flubbed his audition for the role that brought him to the attention of TV watchers world wide. In a 2016 interview, Kirby revealed that just about everything that could go wrong in an audition, went ...