The Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week is a man who understands being a successful business person means being willing to expand beyond your comfort zone.
With the NCAA 2014 Men’s Midnight Madness Basketball Set for Friday, October 17, and the NBA Season set to begin on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 basketball fans can’t wait to enjoy another season of we call “B’ball or Ballin.’”
Check out two great DVD's for guaranteed to please music lovers.
This week, Indie Soul has tapped a young African-American teen, Jordan Cofield of New Town High School as the Student of the Week
On Monday, October 6, 2014 in the afternoon, the charismatic Traci Braxton stopped by the Baltimore Times office to talk about her solo project “Crash & Burn.”
According to the 2012 Maryland School Assessment, approximately 34.5 percent of third graders are reading below grade level, a figure that is double the state average.
Indie Soul is always looking for something different and exciting to bring to you to broaden your experience. When an associate mentioned she was a bellydancer, Indie Soul decided to find out more.
In the face of adversity, the Coppin State Eagles united, stayed strong and trusted each other in winning the last two sets to earn a memorable 3-2 victory over Maryland Eastern Shore in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Northern Division treasure Sunday, October 4 at the W.P. Hytche Center.
This week’s Indie Soul Student of the Week is a very ambitious and career driven young lady who attends Howard High School in Howard County. Naomi Lilly is only a junior but is focused on her next journey— college. The 17-year-old old holds an impressive unweighted GPA of 3.86 and a weighted GPA of 4.57.
Choosing to be a comedian means facing a lot of obstacles. There’s the criticism from family telling you to get a real job, friends who don’t get it and others who seem to think making people laugh is easy.
On Saturday September 20, 2014, local fashion retailers and designers hosted Trendsitions: Shop and Soiree,” an event designed to showcase Baltimore’s fashion scene.
A rundown of new fall shows on the CW network featuring African Americans.
One of the most incredible things about Baltimore is that you are always able to find great shows from independent artists almost any day of the week.
The fall TV season is quickly approaching and over the next few weeks, Indie Soul will shine a light on networks and shows aimed specifically at African American audiences. This week: Fox Television.
Sunday, August 24, 2014, The Real News (www.therealnews.com) hosted a town hall meeting to discuss the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and how African Americans can be more involved in finding solutions to problems in the community.
The Baltimore Times and Indie Soul are happy to announce that one of the most talked about fashion events of 2013 is back for the fall in 2014: Wear It Wednesdays.
The fall TV season is quickly approaching and over the next few weeks, Indie Soul, will spotlight networks and shows aimed specifically at the African American community.
Everyone dreams! Some dream of making it big and becoming famous in the entertainment business while others dream about how they can be of better service to others.
The Walters Art Museum recently announced that the popular art and jazz series Jazz@theWalters will return next spring in April 2015.
Since 1999, Baltimore has been home to Otakon, the annual three-day Anime convention, which is held at the Baltimore Convention Center in downtown Baltimore
If New York is the city of dreams, then the District of Columbia is home of the champions! Boxing champions, that is. Finally six accomplished fighters from the D.C. area will get the honors they deserve on September 18 – 20, 2014 at the DMV Celebrity Weekend of Champions Launch. (Visit: www.GFSent.com for more information).
There are hundreds of artists releasing music everyday— some with talent, others are just products of the corporate music machine. There are those who are copycats and others who are just fake— and then there is Jahiti.
In ushering in a new era, first-year Coppin State men’s basketball head coach Michael Grant has gone big by signing Lawrence Fejokwu and Blake Simpson, the first recruits for the 2014-15 season.
This week’s entrepreneur Catrina Friday puts it all on the line for the greater good and for the love of the arts!
When is comes to the church and church folk, there is a perception they are better than those who don’t attend services.
On October 25, 2014 at the Downtown Cultural Art Center located at 401 N. Howard Street in Baltimore will have an opportunity to learn more about vegan life style.
Every once in awhile Indie Soul will get an email asking when we’re going to show some love to fashion designers and models. Well you asked, and now here it is.
With everyone talking about Comic-Con, Planet of the Apes, and Transformers, people tend to forget the smaller, simple movies like Chef starring Jon Favreau.
For the past couple of years, Atlantic City has been on a campaign to get more families to vacation there.
The long awaited bout between Donald Cerrone and Jim Miller took place Wednesday July 16, 2014 at the Revel Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
This week’s Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the week holds so many titles we might have to call her the new mini Oprah. TyLeishia Douglass is a woman with many skills, but is confident in all that she does.
One of the most underrated groups from the 80s and 90s, Full Force, is back with another smash CD called “With Love From Our Friends.”
CharmTV to feature local entertainment programming
On June 25th, something new and fresh hit the television airwaves.
There is a misconception that people who box or participate in MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), have anger management issues, grew up fighting on the streets, or are just simple knuckleheads. This is not the case at all.
This week’s student if the week is Phillip Freeland, a two-sport scholar-athlete. First and foremost, he is dedicated to his academic success. He is excelling in high school and his last report card boasted 3 A's and 1 B at Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School where he is finishing his freshman year.
What is your purpose in life? Many people have jobs they don’t enjoy and are simply doing it for a paycheck.
Three hundred-ten students who attend Margaret Brent Elementary/Deer Park Park Middle School have made the grade to be students of the week.
There’s a lot of good music out there you haven’t heard because it doesn’t get air time on the radio.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Take a picture it lasts longer?”
On Saturday, April 26, 2014, the Baltimore Arena in downtown Baltimore City played host to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
This week’s entrepreneur of the week is musician Rahmlee Michael Davis. The Baltimore resident has spent the last four decades working with the likes of Earth, Wind & Fire, Phil Collins, The Jacksons, Tyrone Davis, Frida (of ABBA), Jackie Wilson, The Whispers, Michael Jackson and countless others. His upcoming Mother’s Day show and recent CD release prove he’s still making things happen in the music world.
Transitioning from middle school to high school can be challenging, especially when juggling a vigorous workload of Advanced Placement classes.
About a week ago Indie Soul attended a CD release listening party for the one and only Will Downing, better known as the Prince of Sophisticated Soul. His new eight-song EP “Euphoria” is now in stores.
The world of fashion is bigger than ever before. Our entrepreneur of the week is someone who has been in the fashion and glamour business for over 30 years and has worked in movies, stage and music: Betty Fenner-Davis. She now lives in Baltimore after moving from the West Coast.
Donte Lewis is a budding entrepreneur with just one wish. He wants to be as successful in his media interests as his mother Angelia Lewis is with her natural hair care business.
What were you doing when you were nine-years-old?
This week’s Indie Soul features a movie about golf and the independent music release from Baltimore’s very own JSoul.
Eartha Lamkin says the B Sharp Summer Enrichment Academy got started after church watching children play after church. “After church services on Sunday, we would have kids either trying to bang on the piano or play the drums.”
There is a saying that “Whatever doesn’t kill you, makes you strong.” This week’s entrepreneur, Caprice Smith, is no stranger to making it through the worst times, to becoming one of the most empowering individuals in the Baltimore area.
Asia Robertson has played volleyball at The SEED School of Maryland for the past three years.