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Director Spike Lee Wins First Oscar At 91st Annual Academy Awards

Wearing a purple suit and hat and seated in the front row at the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, Lee was nominated for two Oscars: Best Adaptive Screenplay for “Blackkklansman,” and for Best Director of the same ...

Rambling Rose: Most Worshipful Prince Hall Foundation Honor Black History Month

"Hello everyone, I am hoping everything is well with you and you enjoyed the activities in Baltimore and the surrounding counties that many organizations hosted this month. The one that stands out with me is the Most Worshipful Prince Hall ...

Baltimore Comedian Wins NBC Stand-Up Competition

If you don’t know comedian Mike E. Winfield, he at least wants to make sure that you correctly say his name. “Mike … pause … E… pause… Winfield,” said the excitable Baltimore native, the winner of the 15th annual StandUp ...

Smithsonian American Art Museum Extends Critically Acclaimed Exhibition “Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor” for Three Weeks Through April 7

The critically acclaimed exhibition “Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor” will remain open to the public through Sunday, April 7, allowing visitors an additional three weeks to experience this major retrospective. The exhibition brings together 155 drawings and paintings ...

Happy Valentine's Day! Feel The Love!

Let’s talk about our beautiful “Couple’s Day.” The 12 couples on this page are Rambling Rose’s chosen couples for this year. To all my couples enjoy your weekend. Here are a few places that all “Sweethearts” can check out!

Modell Lyric And University Of Baltimore Present ‘A People's History Of The United States’ At Wright Theater

The Modell Lyric Education Department and the University of Baltimore (UB) Diversity and Culture Center presents a staged reading of excerpts from Howard Zinn’s landmark book A People's History of the United States on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from noon ...

Robert Wooden III & Levite Praise Debuts At Concord Baptist Church

This past Saturday, February 2, 2019, I had the chance to see Robert Wooden III & Levite Praise (RWLP) perform at their very first concert at Concord Baptist Church in Baltimore City. I'd like to get right into my experience— ...

Columbia, Maryland’s Brynn Williams Lands ‘Sweet Role’

Williams is among the cast of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which played at the Hippodrome Theatre January 22, 2019 through Sunday, January 27, 2019. The production was a part of the 2018/19 CareFirst® BlueCross BlueShield Hippodrome Broadway ...

Catching Sounds Through A Lens: Ayo Omolewa

I had a chance to speak with 26-year old, Ayo O, photographer and founder of the African-orientated "One Tribe Magazine, in reference to the process of a visual artist, and their perception. Ayo gave me some insight, and talked about ...

Rambling Rose: Music Entertains The Soul

Hello everyone! Yes, it is cold outside, but what do you expect, it’s winter— enjoy it, embrace it, go out and have fun, and listen to some good music. It will warm up your body and soul.

Brooks Long: A True Songster

You can catch Brooks Long on Friday, January 25, 2019, when he will be opening up for Kentavius Jones at Creative Alliance!

Dramatic Opioid Crisis Film Hits Baltimore

A new feature series, “Jacqueline and Jilly,” currently airing on the Urban Movie channel, will be screened at AMC Owings Mills 17 Theatre on Friday, January 11, 2019, is the story about one family.

Film Review: The Upside

On-screen, The Upside, an American remake of the 2011 Cesar-winning French blockbuster called Les Untouchables, which launched the career Omar Sy (Jurassic World, X-Men: Days of Future Past), is iffy but still quite touching. Three-dimensional compelling performances by Bryan Cranston ...

Rambling Rose: Think Positive With Music For 2019

"Let’s pray that life will be better in 2019 than it was in 2018. When you look at the news, it doesn’t look good. All we can do is to keep looking forward and pray to God that a change ...

Paul Williams Interview

Paul Hamilton Williams came from simple means, becoming an icon in the music industry. Although he always aspired to be an actor he found that it was difficult to make a living at it. Unemployed with time on his hands ...