It’s that time that we give you our Indie Soul picks for kids. Here are two items for you to check out during the holiday season:
On October 11th, 2014, The Heritage Society of Essex and Middle River presented the Guardian Angels with an award for their work in the community.
Bryan Robinson has a passion for the arts. His talent takes many forms including photography, film and drawing. As an educator in the Baltimore City school system he enjoys sharing his time and talent with others.
This week’s double threat is a talented singer and a heavy hitting diva, oh by the way she models as well.
On Thursday, November 13, 2014, at the newly remodeled Royal Farms Arena, (formerly First Mariner Arena), the Baltimore Boxing Renaissance kicked what is going to be a rebirth of locally promoted fights in the Baltimore area.
Khari Parker refuses to be just another statistic and does not want children to be one as well. “I love numbers and finance. Everyone should as well and at least know about savings and finance.
Noni Jean is a hot new artist who recently won a Billboard Music Award without releasing an album and is primed for super-stardom.
Crystal L. Bass, a self-published, writer, director, and author will be bring her play, “Ain’t No Mothers Love, Like A Mothers Love,” to the Baltimore area for one show on Saturday, November 15, 2014, at the Lyric Opera House.
On Sunday November 2, 2014, Tara Pettiford hosted her third annual Natural is Beautiful hair care show at the Sheraton Hotel in Towson.
This week’s student of the week is not a student, but an internet-based radio station designed to be a safe place to inspire young people.
The film “Dear White People” is a satirical drama written and directed by Justin Simien.
Soft-spoken jazz saxophonist Craig Alston is a very deep thinker who cares about his surroundings and his music. Music is his therapy as well as a way to connect with an audience.
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.’”
Check out two great DVD's for guaranteed to please music lovers.
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.