If Your Central Baltimore Community Needs Sprucing Up, CBP Is Willing To Give Helping Hand

Does your neighborhood need some sprucing up? Perhaps there is a building you believe could use a fresh, inviting façade or a coat of paint? Maybe, a vacant lot across the way could use a community garden. Whatever that sprucing ...

Five Ways Young People And Everyone Else Can Fight For The Environment

“Anyone can be a hero in the fight against pollution; anyone can step up for any of the environmental problems that plague us and be a natural warrior,” Landis says. “From everyday habits to small lifestyle changes, doing those things ...

Keeping Your Sanity: Getting Started In The Music Business, Part I

“Some careers have a path created and you learn how to walk it, in the music business, you're creating the path as you walk it.”

Four Ways To Be A Positive Force In The Lives Of Others

“Some people think they don’t matter enough to make an impact on other people,” Grossi says. “This is because they might not see the full extent of the impact they make because one action can set off a chain reaction ...

Don’t Live Your Life On Autopilot

Are you truly living or are you simply existing? Are you in the driver’s seat or are you living your life on autopilot? Does life happen to you or do you make life happen?

Kromah Gallery Fundraising Event

Do you remember Kromah Gallery? It was an art gallery founded by Ernest and Gail Kromah in 1978, at 1203 Druid Hill Avenue near Dolphin Street. The purpose of the gallery was to showcase the works of African American Artists ...

D.C.’s Glamourina Apparel Company Is ‘Hitting The Mark’ With Activewear

Who says you can’t work out, be chic and comfortable, and fashionably celebrate your cultural ancestry? Glamourina, that’s who. Founded by Kia Phillips and Nekol Gaskins, Glamourina is an active apparel brand that is ‘running’ towards changing the athletic industry ...

Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar Returns Sunday, April 7th

The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar offers a can’t-miss food experience! The market produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) begins Sundays April 7 through December 22, 2019 from 7 a.m. to noon, located on Saratoga ...

Enjoy Corned Beef And Cabbage This St. Patrick’s Day

Corned beef and cabbage might not be a part of many people’s diet regimens throughout the year. But come March 17, it’s not uncommon to find people from all walks of life indulging in this beloved meal.

Joan Scheibel, Gina Falcone Skelton, And Farida Hughes Come To Y:ART Gallery

Y:ART Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Joan Scheibel, Gina Falcone Skelton and Farida Hughes. The installation highlights a distinctive body of work from each artist that speaks to the layered complexity of the human experience.

BCPL Collecting New, Gently Used Formalwear For “Prom Closet” Giveaway Event

The Baltimore County Public Library is accepting donations of formalwear for “Prom Closet,” a one-day event where teens can take dress clothes home for free.

Harriet Tubman Day Events Set For March 10

In celebration of Harriet Tubman Day on Sunday, March 10, Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park and Visitor Center invites everyone to free, family-friendly programs. The park, located in Dorchester County, marks its second anniversary on this Harriet Tubman Day, ...

Anchor Bar Brings America's Favorite Food To Frederick

Anchor Bar, home of the original Buffalo chicken wing since 1964, is expanding its world-famous franchise with its 16th restaurant opening here in Frederick at 5605 Spectrum Drive.

Celebrating The 11th Anniversary Of Highlighting The Culinary Delights Of Annapolis

Annapolis Restaurant Week is one of the best times to make reservations at Annapolis area restaurants. From March 2 to March 10, forty five of the areas restaurants are participating in this annual event and will offer two-course, price-fixed meal ...

Transitioning Back To Work After A Baby

Just when you were getting the hang of having a baby at home, it’s time to go back to work. Beyond the expected changes such as picking work tasks back up and catching up on things you’ve missed, your priorities ...