First Sunday Arts Festivals Celebrating Fall Season

The First Sunday Arts Festival is always a free-admission arts festival. Free parking garages next to the festival include; John Whitmore Garage (25 Clay Street) where parking is free until 4 p.m. There is also free all-day parking 2 blocks ...

Maryland Public Television Celebrates 50 Years

Engaging with African American and urban communities is an important priority for Maryland Public Television, the only statewide television network in Maryland. (Left) Charles Robinson, a reporter and associate producer at Maryland Public Television, is joined by his wife, Robbie ...

Chart-Topping Gospel Artist Anthony Brown Honored At His Alma Mater

Seated at a piano on the stage of Morgan State University’s Recital Hall, gospel singer Anthony Brown of Anthony Brown & group therAPy, was asked what advice he would give to students faced with student debt and other challenges.

Rambling Rose: Hoppy Adams Foundation Announces 2019 Essay Contest Winners

"Hello everyone, I hope everything is well with you. I have been a little under the weather but I am “Rambling Rose,” so I have to keep going. Prayers and faith will get me through this with my husband “Shorty” ...

138th Maryland State Fair Did Not Disappoint This Year According To Foodies

If you didn’t make it to the 138th Maryland State Fair this year, then you missed an epic battle between French fries and fruit. Fairgoers who are into staying fit, and avoiding sweet treats had to navigate acres of temptation ...

The Tamron Hall Show Debuts

“One of the ways Hall is shaping her show is by insisting the makeup of the crew reflect her audience. Despite having veteran executive producer Bill Geddie at the helm, Hall insisted that more women be hired because she wants ...

Stacy Brown's New Book Provides Insight Into Cosby, M.J., & O.J.’s Courtroom Battles

Brown, who is a native of New York, is also the co-author of Blind Faith: The Miraculous Journey of Lula Hardaway and her son, Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson: The Man Behind The Mask, An Insider's Account of the King ...

Rambling Rose: Community Folks End Summer With A Bang

I hope your Labor Day weekend was all you wished for. My goodness, what a summer? I sure hate seeing it slowly creeping to an end but I have enjoyed every moment of it. With me rambling around to so ...

Lashawn Daniels, Grammy-Winning Songwriter, Dead At 41

Lashawn Daniels, who helped write countless hits for artists like Beyoncé, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez and Michael Jackson, died Tuesday, according to his publicist JoJo Pada. He was 41.

Diverse Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra Ready To Wow Locals

On Sunday, September 8, 2019, the Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra is scheduled to perform at Paulie Gee’s Hampden at Chestnut Avenue in Baltimore.

Get Ready To ‘Fall’ With Greenleaf Another Season

Greenleaf takes viewers into the unscrupulous world of the Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch, where scandalous secrets and lies are as numerous as the faithful. Born of the church, the Greenleaf family love and care for each other, ...

Rambling Rose: Baltimore's Pennsylvania Avenue Celebrates With Festival

"Great balls of kitty-kat! Long time over-due!" - "Rambling" Rosa Pryor-Trusty

Rambling Rose: Baltimore Jazz Festival Downtown

Hello everyone, this is going to be an exciting, week. It includes a lot of fun, lots of music and entertainment. Just follow my lead.

Entrepreneur’s Night Brunch Brings Residents Together

Jason Bass knows all about how to attract people to a specific brand. For much of his adult life, the Baltimore entrepreneur has helped celebrate his hometown by calling attention to all of the good things the city has to ...

Rambling Rose: Baltimore Musicians Do Their Thing!

Hello everyone, I hope everyone is well. I have so much to tell you and some good and some not so good. I will start off with the good things first.