Kanye West gets probation in paparazzi attack

Kanye West is paying a price for not ignoring a swarm of paparazzi surrounding him at an airport this past summer.

“Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race” exhibit opens at UMB

Cruelty in the name of science, as practiced by Germany’s Nazi regime, is the subject of an exhibition produced by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., and hosted by the Health Sciences and Human Services Library at the ...

RAMBLING ROSE: Pennsylvania Avenue Arch Social Club renewed

Hello everyone! Can you believe we had sunshine instead of snow for a few days?

Indie Soul Entrepreneur: Jimmy Powell Jr.

MICA graduate, Jimmy Powell Jr., is our entrepreneur of the week.

Indie Soul: Meet Anthony Leslie Jr. and Civ Jones

In this week’s Indie Soul, a book that details the real life problems of growing up on the wrong side of Baltimore, which many don’t want to discuss and popular radio host/event promoter using her celebrity to make a difference.

Beyonce, what have you done?

There are two Web clips featuring Beyonce that have been getting a lot of attention.

No joke: Obama interviewed by Zach Galifianakis

President Obama took his message of health care for all to a cult internet comedy show, in an effort to get young people to sign up for Obamacare.

Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week: Diedre Gambrill Webb

Ever since Diedre was young, people have complimented her on her voice. For many years she had dreams of turning that voice into a business.

Indie Soul: The Colemans and Debora M. Ricks

The soulful sound of some very talented homegrown music artists and the producer of a popular radio show are on tap for this week’s edition of Indie Soul.

At Oscars, black artists show they're here to stay

When, in 2002, Denzel Washington and Halle Berry won both lead-acting honors at the Academy Awards, pundits and spin doctors were anxious to declare that the Oscars had achieved a great black apotheosis.

Robin Thicke breaks silence after split

As his marriage with Paula Patton unravels, Robin Thicke is leaning on his fans for support.

'12 Years a Slave' wins best picture

The searing drama "12 Years a Slave" was named best picture at the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday night.

The Baltimore Times presents: The Eighth Annual Women’s History Month Literary Festival

In The Sleeping Dictionary award-winning author Sujata Massey paints a stunning portrait of late Raj India. Set against a background of huge political and cultural upheaval, the book is both a sweeping epic and a passionate love story.

Novel highlights role of African Americans during War of 1812

Leesburg author Carey Robert’s newly released novel “Star-Spangled Sailors” paints a poignant picture of the War of 1812, emphasizing the pivotal role of young African American men during the War.

Indie Soul: Talkin’ all that jazz

In this week’s Indie Soul we are “talkin’ all that jazz.” Get ready to find out what’s happening in the community and yes we are talking about jazz music!