Author Archives: Alexis Taylor

  • South Pacific Comes to Baltimore

    Marylanders looking to see one of their own in a Broadway production need look no further than Baltimore’s famed Hippodrome Theatre. Showing Oct. 4-9, the South Pacific National Tour, featuring Columbia native, Jay Frisby, will entertain audiences while also bringing up heavier issues ...

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  • Exelon Merger with Constellation Energy Nears

    Calvin Butler, Jr. is the first to admit that he never intended to get involved in the energy business, much less become senior vice president of human resources for the Exelon Corporation. The St. Louis, Missouri native had already completed a year of classes at Bradley University in broadcast ...

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  • Death Penalty Protests Won’t Die

    Far from the dim Burger King parking lot that forever changed the course of his life, Troy Anthony Davis faced his fourth and final execution date with the State of Georgia on Sept. 21. Davis, a convicted murderer who spent over two decades on death row, maintained what he and millions around ...

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  • Howard University’s Afro-Blu Makes National Debut

    Americans all over the country tuned in to NBC Monday night as Washington D.C.’s own premier a cappella group, Afro-Blu, took over The Sing-Off stage in Los Angeles, Calif. Capturing 5.2 million viewers in its third season opener, The Sing-Off pits 16 singing groups against each other ...

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  • Power Conference Encourages Women Entrepreneurship

    Nearly one thousand women gathered together in Bethesda, Md. on Sept. 7 to celebrate the third annual Power Conference: Women Doing Business. Hosted by the Women’s Business Consortium, the Power Conference focuses on bringing together women to network, educate, and effectively develop ...

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  • Homage to a King

    In spirit, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has taken his rightful place on America’s National Mall. Twenty-seven years in the making, the journey to the first national memorial honoring an African-American has been a test of the very perseverance Dr. King preached and lived in his 39 short ...

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  • 5.9 Earthquake Rocks East Coast

    Charles Village residents and workers poured into the streets Tuesday afternoon as a 5.9 earthquake sent tremors up and down the East coast. Felt in New York City and as far south as North Carolina, for many this was a once in a lifetime encounter with Mother Nature. “I always wanted to ...

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  • Radio One Hosts Contentious Mayoral Debate

    Mayoral candidates for Baltimore City gathered together early Tuesday morning to debate the issues on WOLB 1010 AM Larry Young Morning Show. Noticeably present, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings -Blake joined the conversation to share her plans to combat the tough issues facing the city. ...

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