With the NCAA 2014 Men’s Midnight Madness Basketball Set for Friday, October 17, and the NBA Season set to begin on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 basketball fans can’t wait to enjoy another season of we call “B’ball or Ballin.’”
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According to the 2012 Maryland School Assessment, approximately 34.5 percent of third graders are reading below grade level, a figure that is double the state average.
Indie Soul is always looking for something different and exciting to bring to you to broaden your experience. When an associate mentioned she was a bellydancer, Indie Soul decided to find out more.
Over the last few weeks we have taken a look at the new fall TV programming concentrating on shows that feature African American shows or shows that feature blacks in prominent roles.
Over the last few weeks Black America has been called to the mat on multiple social issues including child discipline, domestic abuse and let’s not forget about Ferguson.
Musician Mark Noxx is this week’s Indie Soul artist of the week.
Fashion designer Stephen Wise is not new to the game of owning a business.
One of the most incredible things about Baltimore is that you are always able to find great shows from independent artists almost any day of the week.
The Baltimore Times and Indie Soul are happy to announce that one of the most talked about fashion events of 2013 is back for the fall in 2014: Wear It Wednesdays.
The fall TV season is quickly approaching and over the next few weeks, Indie Soul, will spotlight networks and shows aimed specifically at the African American community.
The Walters Art Museum recently announced that the popular art and jazz series Jazz@theWalters will return next spring in April 2015.
The fall TV season is quickly approaching and over the next few weeks, Indie Soul will shine the light on networks and shows aimed specifically at the African-American community. First up is Black Entertainment Television also known as BET.
There are hundreds of artists releasing music everyday— some with talent, others are just products of the corporate music machine. There are those who are copycats and others who are just fake— and then there is Jahiti.
Author Kristina Laferne Roberts, better known as Zane who hails from the DC area and was a student at Howard University, was recently in Baltimore for the African American Festival and I had a chance to discuss her writing and ...