Show Your Community Some Love This Valentine's Day

“My dream is that in honor of Valentine's Day, every citizen would do just one small thing to make their community better. We all know that random acts of kindness have positive ripple effects that reach far and wide, often ...

At 115, The Arch Social Club Remains A Beacon On Pennsylvania Avenue

Most Baltimoreans recall the smoke-filled clubs and hotspots like the legendary Royal Theater, The Regent Theater, the Sphinx, and Club Casino— institutions that made Pennsylvania Avenue the place to visit and simply hang out.

MRCR Employee Leads Campaign To Help Renters, Homeowners ‘Take The Credit’

t’s tax time, and the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition (MCRC) is ramping up it’s “Take the Credit” campaign

Four Ways To Transform Your Side Gig Into Your Main Show

If you try to make a buck on the side with an extra job that inspires you but doesn’t really pay the bills, you’ll likely hear this sobering and uninspiring advice: Don’t quit your day job.

Mike Bloomberg Makes History With The Black Press Of America

“The Bloomberg campaign’s initiative is groundbreaking, and it goes to significantly increasing the economic health of African Americans by tripling their net worth,” said Columbia, South Carolina Mayor Steve Benjamin, who co-chairs Bloomberg’s campaign. “The Bloomberg model is intentionally focused ...

The Baltimore Times Presents Black History Month Exhibit and Experience

Baltimore Times celebrates Black History month with Exhibit and Experience. This event is FREE

The Baltimore Times Presents 'Community Conversations"

IN THE COMING NEXT WEEKS, Please join BT in ‘The Baltimore Times’ 3 part Community Conversation series.

Before Blacks Could Visit Ocean City, There Were Carr’s Beach and Sparrow’s Beach

During the Jim Crow era post 1940, a large number of recreational water locales, including the popular Ocean City, Maryland and Virginia Beach, Virginia were off limits to African-American vacationers.

The Essence And Beauty of Black Women in America

Black women are some of the most amazing females on the planet.

National Philharmonic Celebrates Black History Month With ‘Black Classical Music Pioneers’

Featuring African American Sphinx Competition Winner Violinist Melissa White

Racially Discriminatory Legislation And Policies Must Be Stopped

The Unintended Consequences of a Menthol Cigarette Ban to Black America

How Self-Talk Determines Your Destiny

Do you hear that voice? Yes, the voice in your head that allows you to read this very article.

Big Pharma Doesn't Deserve All The Hate

Americans loathe the pharmaceutical industry.

Hidden Tax Increases On Airline Tickets Won’t Fly

Why is it that poor people are always asked to pay more in America?

The Legacy Of Kobe Bryant. . . In His Own Words

“The most important thing is that you try to inspire people so they can be great in whatever they want to do,” Bryant said.