Tag: Baltimore Community

Northeast / Washington DC - 2 weeks ago

Save The Date!

Since 2015, the BCSAO has hosted weekly events in the summer for Baltimore’s youth The BCSAO is taking their Bmore Pop Up series virtual to continue to provide this welcome distraction for Baltimore City Youth while adapting to COVID-19 social...

Northeast / Washington DC - 1 month ago

BOYCOTT

From the Office of: Dr. Marvin L. ‘Doc’ Cheatham, Sr. Chief Executive Officer MATTHEW HENSON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Northeast / Washington DC - 1 month ago

Candidates React as City Erupts in Violence

By Michelle Richardson Special to the AFRO A violent Memorial Day weekend left at least eight dead in Baltimore City. Eleven have been killed since May 21.  “This weekend we experienced an incomprehensible and unconscionable level of violence in the...

Northeast / Washington DC - 1 month ago

Mini May Concert Series

Mini May Concert Series – May 23, 2020; May 30, 2020 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – The Pennsylvania Avenue Black Arts and Entertainment District will be hosting a free virtual concert series, via Instagram Live on their page @officialblackartsdis...

Northeast / Washington DC - 1 month ago

Defying Order, Baltimore Pastor Holds Services

By The Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — A prominent Baltimore pastor said he would continue to hold two services each Sunday for up to 250 people, defying an executive order from the city’s mayor that extended stay-at-home directives. “About 2...

Northeast / Washington DC - 1 month ago

Mayor’s Race Heats Up in Final Stretch

By Sean Yoes AFRO Baltimore Editor syoes@afro.com During a mayoral debate broadcast live on Facebook, May 11, six mayoral candidates, former Mayor Sheila Dixon, former Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith, former Obama administration official Mary M...

Northeast / Washington DC - 2 months ago

Special Election – Vote TODAY

The Special Election is Today! All ballots must be postmarked before 8 pm on April 28. Remember to sign and date the oath before mailing your ballot back. If you received your ballot in the mail, you do not need to add postage to the provided return...