The Historic Music Festival, Hosted By the City of Baltimore, Returns to Camden Yards Sports & Entertainment Complex for A Celebration of Life, Music and Culture

Hosted by Actor & Producer Chris Spencer, Singer & ”R&B Diva” Brave Williams and Actor, Singer & Comedian David Mann

Baltimore County School System achieving great results

It’s been a whirlwind few days for Dallas Dance, because he has been ducking in and out of the 24 different graduation ceremonies at Baltimore County Public Schools, the 25th largest school system in the nation.

Father and young son build unique bond through art

Twenty-eight-year old Artist Comacell Brown Jr. also known as Cell Spitfire, and Carmello Brown, age three, share a unique father-son bond.

Glen Burnie student overcomes learning disability, seeks presidency

William Shorter, dreams of holding political office one-day. Be it state delegate, governor, senator or the oval office, the Glen Burnie High School senior says he envisions these offices when he closes his eyes and lays his head on his ...

Life In Baltimore: Honoring hands-on dads

Father's Day is an occasion to mark and celebrate the contributions that fathers and father figures make for their children's lives.

Elizabeth Seton Teen conquers academics, athletics

Four years ago, Elizabeth Seton High School officials heavily recruited Raven Fox to attend the all-girls college prep institution and to play basketball for the Roadrunners.

Monarch Academy Celebrates with Coldstream-Homestead Community

Monarch Academy Public Charter School celebrated a milestone in grand style on May 27, 2015. Guests were entertained by a video of students performing “The Wizard of Oz,” while others from various classes at the academy performed live music with ...

KIPP continues to close gap in educating the poor

Lorence Rovell is among the graduates from Northwestern High School in May. The teen’s matriculation, however, was no easy feat.

Ravens WR DeAndre Carter plays game for more than himself

Undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver DeAndre Carter will have to beat the odds to crack the Baltimore Ravens roster but going against the odds is nothing new for the former Sacramento State University wide receiver.

Black Enterprise Presents The 2015 African American Festival To Feature Empowerment Sessions With Celebrity Guests

The African American Festival is presented by Black Enterprise, hosted by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the City of Baltimore, and produced by greiBO Entertainment. Major sponsors include PepsiCo, Prudential and Toyota.

Janitors to march on 25th Anniversary of "Justice for Janitors Day" during negotiations for a new union contract

Rally: 4:15-4:45 PM, Light & Pratt Street, downtown Baltimore March: 4:45-5:15 PM, East on Pratt, North on Commerce; West on east Baltimore, South on S. Charles, to Pratt and Light along Pratt Street

Baltimore's CharmTV marks its One Year Anniversary with the return of My Town and Tasty Tasty Travels for their second season

New season of both shows represents the core of Baltimore's unique character

VIDEO: Charleston church shooting: 9 'killed because they were black,' official says

He didn't start shooting right away.

Port Discovery Children’s Museum ranked one of the 15 best children’s museums in the U.S.

Port Discovery Children’s Museum has been named one of The 15 Best Children’s Museums in the U.S. by Parents Magazine.

McDonald's and the American Black Film Festival announce Lovin' Video Competition Winner

McDonald's USA and the American Black Film Festival joined forces for the first McDonald's Lovin' Video Competition. The winner of this year's competition was Richard T. Fields of Prince George's County, Md., for his submission, "Puppy Love."