Vaginal Health 101: Dryness, Hormonal Replacement Therapy (HRTs) and Viagra for her

In communities around the world, the vagina seems to be a taboo topic; an irrelevant topic or a touchy topic to say the least. However, in other communities, it seems to be the first line of interest and debate for ...

5 Tips to Avoid a ‘Break the Bank’ Summer Vacation

How can you avoid vacation sticker shock? One option is sitting in your wallet, as certain credit cards offer rewards with virtually every purchase.

Ginger Beer 101: Spice up Your Summer Cocktails

Superb on its own, ginger beer is a soft drink being used increasingly in cocktails around the world to add intense flavor to mixed drinks featuring whiskey, gin, rum, tequila, liqueurs and vodka.

Baltimore’s Farmers’ Market & Bazaar open

The 38th season of the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar in now open on Sundays from 7 a.m. to sell out— approximately noon.

Local Communities Benefiting from Expanded Transportation Access

Substantial and robust public transportation infrastructure is one key innovation that helps to support economic growth in local communities.

America's transgender moment

It's only April, but 2015 may be remembered as the year the term "transgender" fully entered mainstream consciousness.

Jumping the Broom: Celebrating African American Weddings in Maryland

Exhibition to Open at the Banneker-Douglass Museum in May 2016

Author discovers how to be 'brave in a new world'

It’s a day that Yvonne Broady will never forget. On January 24, 2009, her beloved husband Clarence Cortez Loftin III, a distinguished venture capitalist and educator succumbed to pancreatic cancer sending her into deep depression and loneliness.

House of Mandela Wines celebrates family and legacy

It's dreary outside, but Tukwini Mandela, granddaughter of late legendary South African leader Nelson Mandela, is full of light and enthusiasm. Her visit to Baltimore is the last stop on a three-week U.S. promotional tour for House of Mandela, the ...

Is the United States falling behind in women's rights?

Where do American women stack up against their counterparts around the world? While they're ahead in many regards, the U.S. falls short when it comes to paid maternity leave, wage equality, and even the number of women in leadership roles. ...

American Cruise Lines Announces Cruise Extension Packages in 2015

American Cruise Lines has announced pre and post cruise extension packages beginning in the summer of 2015

Top chefs return to Baltimore for the 5th Annual Brothers Who Can Cook

On Saturday, May 2, 2015, Baltimore foodies can bring their appetites to the 5th Annual Brothers Who Can Cook tasting affair to benefit the Christian Warriors Marching Band.

Life In Baltimore: Leah’s Book Club honors women in the community

Leah’s Book Club was organized in February, 1998 by Leah Goldsborough Hasty for like-minded readers to get together to discuss books—particularly those by African American authors.

Sisters welcome spring with hot shoe trends

Erica Mitchell and Domeakia Snyder are shoe-loving sisters who both owned over 300 pairs, even before they were in the business of selling them. In 2012, the fashionistas who always wanted to own their own business launched an online ladies ...

Broadway Fitness

Bored with your workout? Holly Firfer takes you to an exercise class like no other.