The Baltimore Entertainment Association presents SPECIAL DELIVERY 2010: To Benefit 500+ Families
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The Biggest Holiday Happy Hour & Dance Fest to benefit 500+ Baltimore Families
(The Carpenter House, Afro American Newspapers' Mrs. Santa Program, and Maryland Physicians Care-Healthy Groove)
"OUR FIGHT FOR FAIRNESS" PEACEFUL PROTEST AT THE OFFICES OF THE DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP
"OUR FIGHT FOR FAIRNESS": PEACEFUL PROTEST AT THE OFFICES OF THE DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2010
217 N. CHARLES ST.
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Our black businesses, nightlife industry, and entertainment groups will no longer play the role of 'second class citizen' in downtown Baltimore! Join the Baltimore NAACP President Doc Cheatham and Senator Larry Young in the movement for inclusion, opportunity, unity and fairness for our community. We request that all supporters meet at 200 E. Redwood St at 4:30 pm prior to our demonstration or come directly to Downtown Partnership, 217 N. Charles St. It's finally time for us to stand up and be heard!
TGR: Baltimore Nightlife Legislation Has Caused Concern Among Promoters, Club Owners
There is a well-publicized meeting (Community Work Session) tonight at Morgan State University (6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at Morgan State’s Communications Center, Room 101, 5601 Perring Parkway) regarding the “Live Entertainment –Licensing and Regulation – Hospitality Service – Promotion and Coordination Bill” ushered in by Baltimore City Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Read in Full >>