RAMBLING ROSE: Happy Valentine’s Day!

Hello everyone, I hope you have a fantastic Valentine’s Day and plan on enjoying some Black History Month events this weekend.

HBCU athletes honored at Banneker-Douglass Museum during Black History Month

The Banneker-Douglass Museum (BDM) is featuring untold stories of HBCU athletes who helped to shape African American college athletics, while also hosting a companion sports exhibit. On February 7, 2015, two exhibitions— “Untold Stories: Athletes of Maryland's Historically Black Colleges ...

Creator of HBCU web series hails from Annapolis

Christian Smooth is a 24-year-old Annapolis resident who has thrown his hat into the independent filmmaking ring. When he is able to coordinate schedules of volunteer actors, Smooth shoots episodes of his original web series called "The Student Body," based ...

Indie Soul Interview: Bill Duke’s 'Dark Girls'

If you don’t know who Bill Duke is, then by all means Google his name. He is an iconic figure when it comes to producing, directing and acting. He uses his talents to delve into race and culture, and in ...

Indie Soul: The Exchange 2

As we reflect about the past during Black History Month it is also important to pay attention to issues that should be addressed in our community today.

How did Beck beat out Beyonce?

No, Beck, you're not a loser. But some people think you should have been.

Source: Bobbi Kristina Brown has injuries that still need to be explained

Investigators are focusing on Bobbi Kristina Brown's boyfriend, Nick Gordon, as they try to determine how she ended up facedown in a tub of water, a source with knowledge of the case told CNN.

Award-winning basketball documentary to air on ASPiRE during Black History Month

ASPiRE (@tvASPiRE) announced the exclusive premiere of the acclaimed, award-winning documentaryDoin’ It In The Park: Pick-Up Basketball, NYC (doinitinthepark.com/film), directed by Bobbito García (“It’s The Shoes,” author of Where’d You Get Those? NYC’s Sneaker Culture: 1960-1987) and Kevin Couliau (Heart ...

‘America’s Got Talent’ winner performs Valentine’s Day weekend show in Baltimore

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. will perform at Baltimore Soundstage February 13, 2015. The vocalist from Logan, West Virginia, who has been singing and dancing since age three won season six of “America’s Got Talent,” along with a $1 million dollar ...

Indie Soul: Getting fit and eating healthy

Most folks wait until spring to officially begin to try to get themselves in shape and eat healthy. By February, most New Year’s resolutions are long forgotten. Now is the time for people who are genuinely concerned about living healthy ...

Indie Soul Review: Camera Soul

Last year, a group out of Italy called Camera Soul came to our attention. Our readers have reached out and wanted to know when Camera Soul was going to be putting out more new music and when would they touring ...

Celebrate Black History Month at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum presents thought-provoking events celebrating Black History Month spanning the Civil War and Antebellum periods through the Civil Rights Movement, to the present day.

BSO celebrates black history honoring innovators

While Baltimore area organizations, museums and other cultural institutions have detailed their various plans to celebrate Black History Month, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra certainly will not be outdone.

America’s Got Talent finalists ‘Sons of Serendip’ release debut recording

The 2014 “America’s Got Talent” finalists and audience favorites, Sons of Serendip have released their debut studio recording, a self-titled compilation of the group’s most memorable performances on the wildly popular talent competition show.

Indie Soul Book Review: No Cell Phone Day and Surrender

Winter time is great time to get caught up on some reading.