Ebban Dorsey and her brother, Ephraim has stolen the hearts and respect of all the local and national musicians around the country. The both of them now study at the Baltimore School for the Arts while they perform all over the Maryland and Washington, DC Metropolitan area for the past few years. Congrats my “Little One” we are so proud of you. (Right): The letter of acceptance to the Baltimore School for the Arts for Ebban Dorsey, a Rosa Pryor Music Scholarship Fund recipient.
Introducing “Alvin Kirby Brunson Way,” a Street named changing ceremony in remembrance of Alvin Kirby Brunson, historian, educator, visionary and founder of the Center for Cultural Education, Inc. on Friday, March 30 from noon to 1 p.m. (formerly 500 block of Wilson Street). Alvin Brunson displaying his artwork. He was a very gifted and talented artist who cared about out community.
Sandi Mallory WEAA 88.9 FM Radio Personality invites you to her birthday celebration on Sunday, March 25 from 4-7 p.m. at the Forum Caterers, 4210 Primrose Avenue featuring live entertainment by Baltimore’s premiere Reggae Jazz Fusion Band, the Joe Cooper Project. For more information, call 410-358-1101.