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.
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.
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.
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.
What do you do when the federal government cuts your grant money leaving you to figure out how you will continue to provide service to the community?
Asia Robertson has played volleyball at The SEED School of Maryland for the past three years.
This week’s Indie Soul is about recording artist Navasha Daya’s project “Rebirthed Above Ground” and “Don’t Do What We Did,” a guide to online dating the right way.
This week’s entrepreneur of the week is graphic artist, consultant, and web-master Darrell Jenkins.
Science of Manhood: Author Derik Barnes wrote “Science of Manhood: Steps To Self Improvement,” hoping to help young men grow into positive adults.
There is constant negative talk about fathers not being part of their children’s lives. There is also negative news about black males only caring about sports for the money and status. The duo of Mack Allison III and Mack Allison IV disprove both myths.
In this week’s Indie Soul, we will be “Looking Back” with author Tyreen King-Maddox and comedian Dwayne “Big Shorty” Morris.
If you are a fight fan, you will be happy to know that boxing will make its return to the Baltimore-Maryland area on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at the Patapsco Arena located at 330 Annapolis Road in Baltimore.
Self-determination is what drives this week’s Entrepreneur of the Week: Martia “Tia” Davis.
This week’s entrepreneur wears many hats and finally all her hard work is paying off! It was just announced that Chere Cofield has been named Ms. Owings Mills of Corporate America for the 2014 calendar year.
The date was Monday, October 16, 1995.
Frances Cuesta, through her company Reinvent U Boot Camps, LLC, has motivated, inspired, educated, and empowered women to lose weight with her "losing weight from the inside out" approach.
With spring in the air, high school seniors are preparing for the colleges they will attend in the fall.
MICA graduate, Jimmy Powell Jr., is our entrepreneur of the week.
In this week’s Indie Soul, a book that details the real life problems of growing up on the wrong side of Baltimore, which many don’t want to discuss and popular radio host/event promoter using her celebrity to make a difference.
The soulful sound of some very talented homegrown music artists and the producer of a popular radio show are on tap for this week’s edition of Indie Soul.
Ever since Diedre was young, people have complimented her on her voice. For many years she had dreams of turning that voice into a business.
This week, Indie Soul concentrates on Soul Food— not the type of food that you eat physically, but food for the mind and body and soul!
Mariners season opens March 20
Baltimore, are you ready for some football? The National Football League season is over but that doesn’t mean that your hunger for football can’t be fed. On March 20, Arena Football returns to the area in the form of a familiar team, the Baltimore Mariners.
Soul music is a feeling, the essence of what comes from the heart. Soul music comes from deep within. It’s not manufactured, but from the soul.
This has been a very busy summer for Indie Soul.
HBCU Football is back
The 2013-14 Football seasons are here and there were some GREAT games that started the season:
It wasn’t that long ago that Sister Sledge sang “We Are Family” while the O’Jays crooned there’s nothing like a “Family Reunion.”
It has been said that “music makes the world go round,” but let me add something to that phrase— GREAT artists playing GREAT music, is what really, makes the world go round! People want music that takes them to another time or space.
On Saturday, August 24, 2013, the first ever Book Club Event at the Baltimore Times will take place from noon to 3 p.m.
When this column first started, the sole purpose was to be part of a movement to expose readers and fans to something new and fresh in entertainment, books, films, television, business and music.
On Friday, July 12, 2013 at Pier Six Pavilion in Baltimore, I had VIP access for one the hottest concerts this summer.
Radio and TV host, author and community activist, Tavis Smiley has a new home on radio.
LL COOLJ rocks the Lyric
On Wednesday June 12, 2013, LLCool J brought his “King of the Mic Tour” to the Lyric Opera House in Baltimore.
The African American Festival takes place during the fourth of July weekend, July 6 and 7, 2013. Headliners for the popular event include R&B divas Fantasia and the fabulous Pattie LaBelle.
Morgan State Bears: The 2013 outdoor track and field season came to an end, June 5, 2013 for the Morgan State women's program of the 2013 NCAA Track & Field National Championship at Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon.
Here is a look at what is happening in sports on Historical Black Colleges and Universities or as we call it HBCU Sports: