Twenty-Two Children Become America’s Newest Citizens At Baltimore Museum Of Industry Ceremony

Asong was one of 22 children from 17 different countries who obtained U.S. citizenship through their parents. Some were adopted by U.S. citizen parents; and others derived citizenship when their immigrant parents became naturalized citizens.

Author’s Debut Book Shares Her Parents WWII Love Story For Veterans Day Celebration

After the extent of their love for each other was discovered by their children in some 200 transcribed v-mail (an expedited postal service that combined stationery and microfilm) and a dozen paper letters, it was agreed that Jacqueline being the ...

Ninety-Nine Year Old Celebrates Birthday And Self-Publishes Third Book

Psychiatrist, photographer, author and writer, Dr. Barbara Young celebrated her 99th birthday with friends at the Symphony Manor Assisted Living of Roland Park in Baltimore on October 29, 2019.

Books And Lights Combine To Create Brilliant Baltimore

Baltimore Light City and Baltimore Book Festival partnered to create the festival together. These are two of the biggest events sponsored by The Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts (BOPA). They are calling the experience Brilliant Baltimore.

Local Veterans Share Their Stories Of Service

Men and women who served in the military will be honored for their service on Monday, November 11, 2019, as the nation observes Veterans Day.

Governor Hogan Orders Special Election For Maryland’s 7th Congressional District

Governor Larry Hogan issued a proclamation ordering a special election to fill the 7th Congressional District vacancy created by the passing of Congressman Elijah Cummings (D-MD).

Winter Coat Collection For People In Need

The Greater Baltimore offices of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are collecting clean, gently used and new winter coats, scarves, gloves, hats and blankets for the Charm City Warmth Drive through November 15, 2019.

‘Made In Maryland’ Is An International Enterprise

As we celebrate local manufacturers statewide, let's recognize how international companies catalyze local economic growth— giving a whole new meaning to "made in Maryland."

City Of Annapolis Celebrates Local Boy Whose Big Dream Came True

The rapper and performer also received a key to the city, congratulations from Annapolis City officials; and well wishes from residents, family and friends in celebration of getting his own show on Nickelodeon written by Tyler Perry.

One-On-One With Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, Part II

“My overall vision is to reduce crime and clean up the city,” said Mayor Young. “There are areas that are filthy, people want potholes filled, and there are a host of other things on the books that people want done. ...

Morgan State Commemorates 400 Years Of African Presence In America

The 400 Years of African-American Commission is a 15-member body established by the federal government to coordinate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in the English colonies.

New Museum Connects Children To African Heritage

A celebration at The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Pimlico Road Arts and Community Center introduced the Sankofa Children’s Museum of African Cultures to the Park Heights area. More than 70 guests attended the event, dressed in their African attire, on ...

Rambling Rose: Fall Happenings

"Rambling" Rose runs down the local fall events to look forward to!

Veterans Day Weekend Celebrations In Downtown Annapolis

Downtown Annapolis will fill the Veterans Day weekend with events that celebrate and honor our veterans. The events start on Sunday, November 10, 2019 from noon to 5 p.m. with a Veterans Celebration block party on Market Space in downtown ...

First Sunday Arts Festivals Season Finale A Great Place To Start Your Holiday Shopping

As the holiday season approaches the popular First Sunday Arts Festival hosts its season finale on Sunday, November 3, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Annapolis. This event is gearing up to be the biggest event yet ...