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.

Indie Soul Review: Love Will See You Through and The Lost Treasures of R&B

Literacy and education are key to helping our young people move forward and live successful lives. This month Indie Soul gives you two books to encourage our children to learn and gain understanding.

Baltimore native goes from extra to successful actor

Growing up in West Baltimore, Jerome Ro Brooks always dreamed of seeing his name in bright lights, however, it wasn't until leaving his hometown that the trajectory of his career changed.

Whitney Houston's daughter 'fighting for her life'

Two days after she was found facedown and unresponsive in a bathtub full of water at her Roswell, Georgia, home, Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is on a ventilator and in intensive care, a source close to the family ...

Angela Brown redefines opera

Soprano Angela M. Brown who has graced prestigious opera and symphonic stages around the world, performed before approximately 300 supporters of the arts at the Bowie Center for Performing Arts in Maryland on Sunday, January 25, 2015.

RAMBLING ROSE: Lexington Market celebrates Black History Month

Hello, my dear friends, I hope all is well with you and your family. As you know, this is a fun and festive time of the year for many people, for many races.

Center Stage: ‘One Night in Miami’

When you are in a position to be able to uplift and educate, you must do so. The stage play “One Night in Miami” by Kemp Powers and directed by Center Stage Artistic Director, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Kwame continues does just ...

Benedict Cumberbatch apologizes for 'colored actors' remark in U.S. interview

Oscar-nominated star Benedict Cumberbatch has apologized for referring to black actors as "colored" on a U.S. talk show.

Baltimore actress appears in ‘Whitney’ biopic

Noree Victoria grew up on the hardscrabble streets of Baltimore, but to say she has never looked back is completely wrong.

Award-winning Annapolis native releases musical masterpiece

Delray Richardson released his fifth album “Mahogany Masterpiece: The Return of Hip Hop” under his own label, Del-Funk-Boy Music Publishing on January 9, 2015.

‘Selma’ reaches both young and old

The civil rights film, “Selma,” which was produced by Oprah Winfrey has opened nationwide and while many have concluded that Oscar voters essentially snubbed the movie, it still received a Best Picture nomination from the academy, which will announce winners ...

Local author pens book about fate

Kyle Taylor is a 2001 graduate of Loyola Blakefield High School in Towson, Maryland. He graduated from Morgan State University in Baltimore in 2005 with a B.A. in English/Journalism.

Indie Soul Review: 'Big Words'

The beauty of independent films is that they often times become cult classics.

Indie Soul: Sister’s Soul celebrates resiliency of women in performing arts

A community event to celebrate the resiliency of women in the music industry and the importance of arts education will take place Saturday, January 24, 2015 at the Eubie Blake Center located at 847 North Howard Street in Baltimore from ...