Quantcast

Entertainment

Subscribe

Indie Soul Book Review: ‘The Half That’s Never Been Told’

Sometimes when books come to Indie Soul, they sit on the desk for a few weeks before they are read. Every once in a while, once the book is opened, we find a gem!

RAMBLING ROSE: Live Entertainment at the American Legion Post #263

Hello everyone, I hope everything is well with you. While you are reading my column this week, I am onboard a cruise ship heading to Panama, Aruba, St. Maarten and a few other exotic places with warmer weather.

Jury: 'Blurred Lines' singers must pay $7.4 million

Pharrell William's must pay the Marvin Gaye family!

‘DRAKE’S HOMECOMING: THE LOST FOOTAGE’

Drake’s Lost Concert Comes to Select Cinemas for One Night on March 19, Presented by Fathom Events, SpectiCast, Serious Ent., AMG Inc., Rap-A-Lot Records and Young Empire Music Group

Transformative Art Prize applications open for 2015

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and PNC Bank announce the return of the PNC Transformative Art Prize for 2015!

Indie Soul Past & Present: David Chance of Ruff Endz

It was February 11, 2002, a few days before Valentine’s Day and a couple of months before wedding season when Baltimore group, Ruff Endz, released a song entitled “Someone To Love.”

A conversation with LaShonda Katrice Barnett

“Jam on the Vine,” the debut novel by author LaShonda Katrice Barnett is a lush historical novel set at the turn of the 20th century that sheds light on black life in America post-emancipation.

Indie Soul Spotlight: Dia Simms

Dia Simms was the keynote speaker at a business conference hosted by The Greater Baltimore Urban League on February 19, 2015.

Indie Soul Book Review: Howard L. Bingham’s Black Panthers 1968

Parents and guardians are responsible for teaching black history of to our children. One group that is often misunderstood and forgotten about is the Black Panthers.

Oprah Book Club novelist to read from new book at Pratt Library

Lalita Tademy chooses to write books about real people who have experienced tough times like slavery and those who have been victimized by racism or other kinds of discrimination. The New York Times bestselling author and an “Oprah Book Club” ...

The book, “Light of the World” by Elizabeth Alexander

Following the death of her husband, artist and chef Ficre Ghebreyesus, poet Elizabeth Alexander found herself at an existential crossroads.

Hamilton College Choir to Perform in Baltimore on March 14

The Hamilton College Choir boasts an uninterrupted tradition of fine choral singing that dates back for over a century. It is directed by G. Roberts Kolb, professor of music and director of choral music at Hamilton since 1981

Artist Betty Ganley featured at Gallery 333

Gallery 333 features the artist, Betty Ganley from March 5 to April 30 2015. Ganley has won over 80 awards for her vibrant watercolors, which have been published in nine national "How To" art books.

Indie Soul: Kem

Indie Soul has been lucky enough to see many artists perform live over the years, but the one artist that we kept missing was Kem.

RAMBLING ROSE: Black History Month ends with a bang!

Hello, Hello, Hello, my dear friends. “Baby, baby, it's cold outside!" Girlfriend, I am not complaining, because when I look at the news on TV, at other cities on the East Coast, we are truly blessed. But it is cold ...