Celebrate Baltimore's best seafood at the Baltimore Seafood Festival

The Baltimore Seafood festival will feature signature seafood dishes ranging from raw oysters, lobster lasagna, shrimp ceviche, grilled oysters, and fish tacos to steamed crabs!

Join police and fire for Public Safety Day

Join the Baltimore County Police and Fire departments for a day of family fun at Public Safety Day on Saturday, September 19.

Banneker-Douglass Museum presents the BDM Selfie Studio: A new interactive experience

The Banneker-Douglass Museum, Maryland’s official repository of African American heritage launches the BDM Selfie Studio on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 1:00pm-3:00pm.

Vanessa Williams and the declining scandal of nude photos

When nude photos of a celebrity surface nowadays, it's often rumored that the star may have "leaked" them.

RAMBLING ROSE: Post Labor Day entertainment

Hello my dear friends, I hope everyone had a happy, safe and memorable Labor Day Weekend. The weather was perfect here in Baltimore. It was like it was God’s gift to us.

Local artist to exhibit Rams Head photos

It’s a bit of a struggle for Renita R. Clarke to come up with a short list of her favorite artists. Herb Ritts; Jonathan Mannion; Chan Andre’; Jemal Countess; and even her dear friends and mentors Leslie Alessandro and Mike ...

Battle Stage Plays launches kickstarter campaign

Baltimore-based production company Battle Stage Plays officially launched its Kickstarter Campaign on September 1, 2015.

'Empire' fans sing their way into chance to appear in season

Whether they're Team Cookie or Team Boo-Boo Kitty, it's no secret that fans love "Empire," the hit Fox TV show breaking records and winning over critics with its blend of love, hip-hop and unvarnished family drama.

MICA's 'Intersection' connects past, present of Baltimore thoroughfares

The M.F.A. in Curatorial Practice program at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) presents “Intersection,” an exhibition showcasing the layered stories of people, places and moments in history that have shaped the identity of one of Baltimore City’s popular ...

Writer says Idris Elba 'too street' to play James Bond

The writer of the new James Bond novel "Trigger Mortis" has set off a firestorm with a remark about Idris Elba.

Sesame Street’s move to HBO angers local parents, childcare workers

Sesame Street will now be brought to you by the letters H-B-O!

Bobby’s Burger Palace opens in Towson

Local burger lovers have a new spot to add to their foodie list. Bobby’s Burger Palace (BBP) opened on July 28, 2015 at 515 Virginia Avenue in Towson Square.

PBS documentary uncovers story of legendary tennis pioneer Althea Gibson

People often cite Arthur Ashe as the first African American to win Wimbledon (1975).

RAMBLING ROSE: Arch Social Club is alive with entertainment

D&J Entertainment presents “Classic Soul Saturdays” on Saturday, August 29, 2015 from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Arch Social Club located at 2426 Pennsylvania Avenue featuring Van Fields’ Stylistics, First Class and Boo’ne and Zo. Cash bar and BYOB ...

Robert Johnson: Playing by his own rules

Robert L. Johnson has proven to be one of America’s premiere innovators and with his RLJ Companies empire and other ventures; Johnson’s legacy could ultimately be defined by what he’s accomplished to level the playing field for African-Americans and other ...