The chaos that engulfed the entire community and left us with so much work and conversation to have.
By now many of you have seen the BET Awards show where Diddy fell through the floor; Kendrick Lamar ripped the stage; Lil Kim sent the audience into a frenzy; and Smokey Robinson killed the new school with words and ...
Back in the day when I was deejay, I would spend hours, not to mention money, listening to and buying music. I was the type of deejay who wanted the newest music first or to introduce a new artist that ...
This week we review for you, “Mayor For Life The Incredible Story of Marion Barry, Jr.” written by Marion Barry Jr. and Omar Tyree.
If you are like many folks who were at the African-American Festival this past weekend, who were checking the program guide to see who was performing or checking the app on their phone, courtesy of Black Enterprise, you were saying ...
This is a first for Indie Soul! We are taking time out to send congratulations to people who have committed themselves through the bond of marriage.
In honor of Black Music Month, this week’s spotlight artist is Kamasi Washington who hails from Los Angeles, California.
Hennessy hosted an exclusive gathering on board the L’Hermione tall ship docked in Baltimore’s Harbor Place Mall to celebrate French-American friendship and Lafayette’s historic voyage 250 years ago.
On Thursday, June 11, 2015, the lovely and talented Tamia made a stop in Baltimore to perform a short acoustic set at The Sound Garden record store in Fells Point.
I can hear my media sidekick and radio personality Civ Jones, saying to me now, “Phinesse when are you going to highlight some female emcees?”
If you talk to anyone in the Baltimore area who loves fashion, there is always one name that comes up— Earle Bannister!
Lolita A. Kelson presents: ‘It’s Not Personal ...You know what it is. Real Men Feel’ book signing and conversation event
This is not hate for Steve Harvey’s book, “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man,” but when my friends and I read the book, as men, we whole-heartedly disagreed with the content and felt the book judged men unfairly.
This week, Indie Soul continues with a look at rising music artist, Kember and the return of Kenny Latimore during Black Music Month.
There are traditional entrepreneurs that open a brick and mortar business, get a loan, and make a business plan; Cheri' Felix or CF has taken a different approach to her freelance stylist business.
Indie Soul Spotlight: Quinton Randall