Guinness Brewery Lights Up with Outdoor Holiday Installations

Guinness Open Gate Brewery’s Holiday Light Walk with a number of outdoor installations to view as you enjoy a beer or two responsibly is now open at 5001 Washington Blvd in Halethorpe.

REVIEW Small Axe: Steve McQueen’s Five Part Anthology Centers Black British History

Mixed-race British academic, author, and documentarian David Olusoga wrote in “Black and British: A Forgotten History,“ “Almost every black or mixed- race person of my generation has a story of racial violence to tell... They are raw, visceral, highly personal ...

One of Britain’s hottest young actors, Malachi Kirby, stars in ‘12 Years A Slave’ director’s anthology

British actor Malachi Kirby famously flubbed his audition for the role that brought him to the attention of TV watchers world wide. In a 2016 interview, Kirby revealed that just about everything that could go wrong in an audition, went ...

Spreading good vibes is one musician’s answer to the pandemic

On most days as you approach the corner of Maryland Avenue and Main Street in Ellicott City, it is not uncommon to hear the occasional roar of a train from the railroad bridge above or the voices of bustling shoppers ...

Rambling Rose Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, from my house to yours

Hello everyone, how are you? Because this newspaper is a positive paper about positive people, I will try very hard not speak of people in the White House who don’t want to leave. COVID-19 has spiraled out of control and ...

Baltimore area radio host pens first book, ‘Last Request’

Ulysses “Stretch” Garrett has been blessing the airwaves in Baltimore and across the country for over two decades now. He started his first full-time radio job in Cleveland, Ohio; he hosted 92Q’s the “Love Zone” in Baltimore; worked at Yahoo! ...

Rambling Rose Charles Covington: The master will perform solo

Hello everyone, hoping you and everyone in your family are well and safe. This COVID-19 is no joke.

‘Make Good Trouble: Marching for Change’ opens at Lewis Museum

Baltimore— “Make Good Trouble: Marching for Change” opens at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum on Friday, October 30, 2020. The exhibition tells the stories of Maryland artists and citizen protestors who took to the street to raise awareness about social ...

2020 Baltimore Next Media Web Fest #BNMWEBFEST

A festival that celebrates the very best of New Media Content! From October 28 – November 1

Responding to: ‘Baltimore Museum of Art is gradually getting gutted’

“BMA created the concept of pop-up museums and located its first temporary museum on the corner of Druid Hill Avenue and Dolphin Street. Residents old and young would create art in the space Union Baptist provided, and the art created ...

Local couple creates Winsults, the modern answer to The Dozens

First, there was The Dozens, a game popularized in the African American community in which two competitors square off insulting each other until the other gives up.

Rambling Rose Local Musician Celebrates Gabrielle Goodman’s Birthday

Hello everyone, I pray that you are healthy and trying to enjoy life during this very unusual situation with the COVID-19. It’s so very hard, I know, but we got to do what we got to do— this too shall ...

High Museum of Art to Present Major Retrospective of Photographer Dawoud Bey

Featuring nearly 80 works that span the artist’s 40-year career

Black Violin announces debut holiday album ‘Give Thanks’ out November 20th

Black Violin, the classical-meets-hip- hop duo of Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, announced Give Thanks, their debut holiday album will be released November 20, 2020.

Activist, Host of Netflix’ Bookmarks, Marley Dias Shares The Secrets of Making An Impact

Teen activist, author and now host and executive producer of Netflix series “Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices,” Marley Dias admits she was slightly disappointed in one thing she did with regards to her historic #1000BlackGirlBooks project. “I didn’t tell a lot ...