PayPal dedicates $500 million for black business owners and startups

PayPal Holdings has announced a $530 million commitment to support black and minority-owned businesses and communities in the United States, especially those hardest hit by the pandemic.

Don’t be so hard on yourself

During the quarantine, I had a moment where I broke down because of the want and need for everything to return to normal. In the midst of my tears, the reason for my sadness transitioned from the impact of the ...

Mary Miller: Racing Against Time

Baltimore is facing a full-blown economic crisis, along with this public health crisis.

From Drive-In Theaters To Online Services, Churches Celebrate Easter In Safe And Creative Ways

In South Carolina, a drive-in movie theater played the role of a church's pulpit and pews on Easter Sunday.

Applications open for Philanthropy Tank Baltimore

Baltimore teens are full of creative ideas to address pressing issues facing their communities. From planning inner-city gardens that bring fresh vegetables to local residents to developing STEM curriculum for young refugees, dozens of Baltimore City middle- and high-school students ...

Attorney General Frosh Defends ACA Birth Control Coverage Mandate In Supreme Court

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today joined a coalition of 21 attorneys general in filing an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court supporting Pennsylvania in its case defending contraceptive coverage and counseling mandated under the Affordable Care ...

BGE Reminds Homeowners And Contractors About The Importance Of Calling 811

With more people at home during the COVID-19 health crisis it is essential to call 811 before digging

Sun Protection And Skin Cancer Awareness During The COVID-19 Pandemic

What The Skin Cancer Foundation Wants You to Know

The Coronavirus: Your Spirit Is Stronger By Far

A storm is passing over Planet Earth. It has picked up momentum. It is wreaking havoc on human beings of every stripe.

Baltimore’s Squeegee Kids Helping To Feed Residents During Coronavirus Pandemic

As recently as January, Baltimore City Police reported that they were receiving about eight calls each day from residents complaining about squeegee kids.

Civil Rights Icon, Dr. Joseph Lowery Has passed

Dr. Joseph Lowery, the Dean of the Civil Rights Movement has passed away.

Reverend Doctor Joseph Echols Lowery, Age 98 October 6, 1921 - March 27, 2020

Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute for Justice & Human Rights Statement on Peaceful Transition of Reverend Doctor Joseph Echols Lowery, Age 98 October 6, 1921 - March 27, 2020


Kyle Pompey has been capturing photos around the city of folks and how they are managing city life during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Baltimore Magazine Receives 11 CRMA Nominations

City and Regional Magazine Association recognizes work in editorial, art, and digital categories.


Navigating this crisis is not easy, but you are not alone. Below is a list of resources that may be of use to your and/or your family. If you know of a resource not on this list, please let us ...