Park Heights Renaissance Leads Successful Nonviolence Rally

Park Heights is a highly diverse community, which shares a common aspiration to rebuild. It offers enhanced quality of life and economy opportunity, according to community leaders.

Local Radio-Show Host, Community Activist And Pastor, Reverend Dr. St. George Crosse Dies At 79

Outspoken, dedicated and trailblazing community leader, political activist and pastor, Rev. Dr. St. George I. B. Crosse passed away on August 7, 2019. He was 79 years old.

The Market At Montebello Features Yoga, Wellness, Plant-Based Foods

Recent negative comments about Baltimore came from individuals who have never truly experienced all the good that Charm City has to offer, according to Nicole Foster.

Special Brian Ganz Piano Performance

Classical pianist Brian Ganz will inaugurate the newly acquired 7-foot Steinway grand piano at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis (UUCA) on Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 3 p.m. Well-known as one of the leading pianists of his generation, Ganz ...

Youth Photojournalism Project Exhibition ‘We Rise!: Celebrating Maryland's African American History’

Banneker Douglass Museum (BDM) recently had the opportunity to work with talented youth from Baltimore City’s Forest Park High School on the youth photojournalism project titled, "We Rise!: Celebrating Maryland’s African American History.”

Anne Arundel County Teenager Named Boys & Girls Club “Maryland Youth Of The Year”

Lieutenant Governor Boyd K. Rutherford recently presented 17-year-old MiKayla Simms with a citation recognizing her as the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Maryland State “Youth of the Year” for 2019. Simms participated in the year-round program through the Boys ...

Baltimorean Offers Hope To Families Of Missing Children, Empowers Others To Rise Above Adversity

Societal ills are both traumatizing and disappointing but individuals like Monique Smith serve as a reminder that Baltimore is home to a plethora of inspiring people who work to make the world a better place. Behind Smith’s infectious smile and ...

Author’s Romantic Suspense Sequel Delivers Thrill Ride

Maryland attorney and author Deliah Lawrence has released her new book, “Gotta Get It Back,” the second novel in her Deidre Hunter series.

Shop Talk With Schroeder Cherry

After the death of Freddie Gray and the subsequent civil unrest in Baltimore, resulting in rioting, arsons and vandalism in many parts of the city in the spring of 2015, ShopTalk: Share. Heal. Grow., a community-based project was ushered into ...

Will Smith Chosen As New Executive Director Of Belair-Edison Neighborhoods

Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Inc. (BENI) Board of Directors announced that Will Smith is the organization’s new executive director. Beginning his tenure at BENI in 2013, Smith built upon his neighborhood revitalization experience while continuing to transform Belair-Edison into a healthy community ...

Baltimore Author Shares ‘Her-story’ In Two New Books

Homelessness, domestic violence, losing her children, an addiction to marijuana, low self-esteem and anger problems were among the issues that Ashley Tate has faced over the course of her life. The 29-year-old has taken her tumultuous experiences and packaged them ...

RFL Museum Hosts Author Of “Notes From A Young Black Chef,” In Celebration Of Baltimore’s Restaurant Week

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture will host Chef Kwame Onwauchi for an author talk and book signing in honor of Baltimore Restaurant Week on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Return To Baltimore For Convention

For the first time in nearly 60 years, Jehovah’s Witnesses are back in the Baltimore area hosting their annual convention at UMBC Catonsville each weekend through August 18, 2019.

Pennsylvania Avenue Corridor Designated Black Arts And Entertainment District

Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young presents a citation to Lady Brion Gill at a press conference to announce the creation of the Pennsylvania Avenue Black Arts and Entertainment District. A large and enthusiastic crowd jammed The Avenue Bakery on Tuesday, July ...

Operation Charm City Leading The ‘Charge’

Veterans with the national nonprofit, The Mission Continues; active-duty personnel; and community volunteers came together the third week of June this year for one week to participate in Operation Charm City Charge.