AFRO Charities Inc. Ms. Santa’s Toy Drive 2017

Bring new unwrapped toy(s) on to support the AFRO’s annual Ms. Santa program on December 15th. All donations help support families in need. Come...

Annual Toy Drive

Join Delegate Adrienne A. Jones and R. Kevin Hooks, pastor of Transformation of Life Christian Church for the toy drive on December 12th from...

Toys for Tots

Members of the U.S. Marines will be collecting new unwrapped toys at City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s Annual Toys for Tots Holiday...

SING-ALONG MESSIAH

New this year, on December 15th, Anthony Blake Clark will lead the audience and Chamber Chorus in Handel’s complete oratorio. Enjoy this surround-sound experience...
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Today: AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes Monday, December 11.

Today, three of more than a dozen women that have accused Donald Trump of sexual assault and misconduct came forward with details of their...

After HBCU Equity Lawsuit Decision, HBCUs Plan Path Forward

Representatives of Maryland’s historically Black college and universities recently met with alumni plaintiffs in a decade-old lawsuit challenging inequality in the state’s higher education...

Jealous Taps Former Democratic Chair Turnbull for Lt. Gov.

Maryland gubernatorial candidate and former NAACP President Ben Jealous is seeking to further distinguish himself in a crowded Democratic field by naming former Maryland...

Embattled Balto. Police Department Awaits Response from FBI

As doubt looms over the investigation into the shooting death of Baltimore Homicide Det. Sean Suiter in a vacant West Baltimore lot nearly three...

NFL: Chickens Coming Home to Roost

In October, I wrote a Race and Politics column titled, “The NFL is Dead To Me.” It still is. But, I feel compelled to report...

Rockeymoore Cummings Takes Aim at Hogan Sick Leave Plan

Maryland gubernatorial candidate Maya Rockeymoore Cummings is taking aim at Governor Larry Hogan’s plan to introduce paid sick leave legislation in the upcoming 2018...

RAMBLING ROSE

Hello everyone! This week I am going to start my column off with something festive and fun, because you would think after writing about...

How a Wrongly Imprisoned Maryland Man Got His Life Back

BALTIMORE, Maryland — They called him Mandela.  Some inmates knew it was a nickname. Some didn’t. Either way, it didn’t matter much to Walter Lomax....