Governor Hogan Celebrates Groundbreaking For Lexington Market Redevelopment

Governor Larry Hogan today participated in a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of redevelopment of Baltimore’s historic Lexington Market, the longest operating public market in America.

The ‘Sign’ of Outstanding Leadership

Trinity A.M.E.’s Rodrecus M. Johnson, Sr.:

Baltimore Times Exhibit And Conversation At Hotel Revival For Black History Month

To celebrate Black History Month, Hotel Revival Baltimore is hosting an exhibit and experience each day through Saturday, February 29, 2020 where attendees will be able to learn about The Baltimore Times, the city’s black-owned and operatored newspaper.

Black Voters Are The Cornerstone Of The Democratic Party And The Most Reliable Voting Block.

During the State of the Union, President Trump featured several African Americans from the gallery with long words of praise and detailed introductions. The Republican Party has always struggled with black voters. But Trump’s political team believes that even a ...

Black History Month At The Maryland Historical Society

The Maryland Historical Society’s (MdHS) February offerings celebrate the astonishing history and diverse culture of Maryland’s past and present during Black History Month.

CCBC Welcomes Urban Educator And Science Advocate As Guest Lecturer For 2020 President’s Distinguished African-American Lecture Series

CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis welcomes urban educator and science advocate Christopher Emdin, Ph.D. as guest lecturer for the 2020 President’s Distinguished African-American Lecture Series.

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

‘I’m Ready’ Looks To Foster Communication About Teen Dating

Maya Jai Pinson says she realized that many teens begin dating at a younger age or without their parent’s consent.

Baltimore Boxers From Time 2 Grind Gym Seeking Titles At Golden Gloves

Sweat often flies rather profusely at the Time 2 Grind Boxing Gym in Northeast Baltimore, where it's rare to pull any punches, and where competition is fierce

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.

AMFM Accepting Applications For A $5,000 Scholarship For A Music Performance Major

Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians, Inc. (AMFM), a nonprofit organization that supports professional Annapolis-area musicians and music programs for youth, is accepting applications for its third annual Tim King Music Performance Scholarship.

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 ...

A ‘Wicked’ Production Comes To The Hippodrome

Broadway blockbuster to play through March 8

Ellio’s Pizza Awards $10,000 Phenomenal Kids Scholarship Contest Grand Prize To Washington, D.C.-Area First Grader

Gracyn is a 6-year-old scientist and entrepreneur who is actively involved in her community, sharing her love of science with kids through educational videos, live demonstrations and science kits.