New Film draws attention to significance of identifying “unmarked” graves of enslaved people

In recent years, interest in locating burial grounds of enslaved people has grown. There is even a project called The National Burial Database of Enslaved Americans (NBDEA), which Slaververyremembrance.org describes as “the first and only national database to document individual ...

Rambling Rose Uplifting Minds II Entertainment Conference Celebrates 22 Years!

Hello everyone, I truly hope you enjoyed your Easter weekend. I pray that you and your family are in good health and safe.

AMFM is accepting applications for $5,000 scholarship for a music performance major

Annapolis— 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 fourth annual Tim King Music Performance ScholarshipAnnapolis— Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians, Inc. (AMFM), ...

Rambling Rose Local entrepreneur chosen as the first “Face of Tourism”

Hello everyone, hoping my words find you and your family safe and healthy. I hope you all are still wearing your mask and staying socially distanced whether you have had your vaccine shots or not. I believe the light is ...

Baltimore Times Writer Ursula Battle Honored for Her Work in the Arts

There is not much Ursula V. Battle hasn’t accomplished in her career.

Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs’ speaks at Bay to Ocean Writers Conference

Eastern Shore, Md.— On Saturday, March 20, 2021 in the Chincoteague Bay Breakout Room, author and historian, lecturer Dr. Kerri Moseley- Hobbs will speak at the 2021 “Bay to Ocean Writers Conference,” (BTO) at 11:45 a.m. via Zoom.

Rambling Rose Help Celebrate Baltimore Blues Society 35th Anniversary

Hello everyone, I am hoping everyone in the sound of my words are well and healthy and if not, hang in there, God will make a way. I know it has been a year since this mess of COVID-19 started, ...

Baltimore real estate professional inspires freedom from mental imprisonment in book

Alan Upshur started writing the pages of his book Prison to Paradise during his first incarceration, but it was during the second that he really started committing to living the life he was writing about.

Catch John Tyler’s Charitable Baltimore Love Groove Festival

John Tyler is a 21-year-old artist, guitarist and multi-genre producer from Baltimore. He is also the founder of Love Groove Music Festival.

‘Letter to a Nation’ Morgan Choir Alum Pens Song Confronting COVID and Racism

Moved by the civil unrest and racial disparities he was seeing happening around the nation, pinnacled by the death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, Garrett “GP” Jackson sensed a calling to express himself in a creative way to ...

Rambling Rose “Black History Month Going Out With a BANG!”

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“BADASS” Baltimore Baby-Girl Bernadette Bascom, Bodacious!

Named a “BADASS WOMXN IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST “by Press Books.pub, the first artist to sign with Stevie Wonder’s fledgling music label, Black Bull Music in 1971, then 18-year- old Bernadette Bascom launched her professional music career, a journey that ...

Baltimore’s Billie Holiday Foretells America’s ‘Strange and Bitter Crop’ of Hate

Honoring a prominent daughter of Baltimore during Black History Month would normally be cause for jubilation

BSO making ‘more Black History’ in classical music

In observing Black History Month, National Newspaper Publishers Association President and CEO, Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., has always maintained a poetic-like theory.

Rambling Rose Spice of Life: Valentines Day & Black History Month

Well, hello my dear friends. It is such a great honor this week to be able to write about something else other than who died. It is just wonderful to write about something you can smile at for a change. ...