Local brewery initiates ‘Give a Crap’ campaign for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Colorectal cancer disproportionately affects the Black community, where the rates are the highest of any racial group in the United States. African Americans are about 20 percent more likely to be diagnosed with colorectal cancer and about 40 percent more ...

Area Company Sells $250,000 of Plant-Based Burgers Within 24 Hours of ‘Shark Tank’ Appearance

Everything Legendary, a Maryland new-to-the-market plant-based meat company, scored a big deal with Mark Cuban on ABC TV’s “Shark Tank.” Cuban offered the company $300,000 for a 22 percent stake.

Protect Your Heart With A "Heart Smart" Eating Plan

(Family Features) As people have spent more time at home, many have rediscovered the simple joy of home‐ cooking and stumbled upon a secret weapon for health at the same time. By making smart, intentional decisions from breakfast to dinner ...

Three ways to help you keep your New Year’s resolutions

Ok, you are almost a month into 2021! Are you still sticking to those New Year’s resolutions that you’ve set for yourself?

Baltimore counts among most ‘giving’ cities in America

With the Season of Giving in full swing, a growing consensus opines that generosity is needed more than ever, with COVID-19 destroying the economic security so many households.

Festive and Flavorful Holiday Snacks

“Christmas for me is all about spending time with my family. I cherish any chance we have to spend all day together making gingerbread houses, baking cookies, or sitting around and watching movies.” —Blake Lively

Little Hearts United Gives The Gift of Warmth: Distributes 100 Coats to Children Impacted by Violence

Millie Brown reflected on the conversation she had with seven-year- old Jerrod Murray, a youngster she describes as being ‘the face behind’ her newly-formed organization Little Hearts United.

Seafood lovers, we have a challenge for you!

Baltimore— At Phillips Seafood, our signature Phillips products began as treasured family recipes, written by hand and passed down through the generations. Now we’re inviting you to be part of the tradition.

The Urban Oyster Now Operating from Hotel Revival

A Pearl of a Business Comes to Mt. Vernon

Happy National American Indian Heritage Month — Celebrate All Year!

Happy National American Indian Heritage Month!

Prospering during the pandemic but is Zoom here to stay?

Remember when Bill Gates started Microsoft and Mark Zuckerberg opened Facebook?

Republican connected tech firm targeted black voters on facebook for ‘deterrence’

A database built by Cambridge Analytica, the Republican-aligned firm that shut down over allegations of improper use of Facebook data, targeted Black voters for “Deterrence” in profiles prepared for Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign according to reporting by Great Britain’s Channel ...

Defund the Police Department

I remember my late mother, a graduate of Shaw University, Mary Beasley Hathaway, saying to me, “you don’t see the forest for the trees.” The saying was meant to communicate that every now and then you have to step back ...

BCRP holds groundbreaking ceremony for regional recreational facility

A transformative South Baltimore- based project more than a decade in the making is finally beginning to come to fruition.

84-Year-Old Body Builder, Beyonce’ Video Star Endorses ‘A Better You’

Ernestine Shepherd is a world champion bodybuilder. Before one could dismiss that with a “so what?” note, the Baltimore resident is 84.