BMORENEWS.com: Baltimore Weekend Update, 4.8.12
Happy Easter! Happy Resurrection Sunday! Here’s to the resurrecting of our higher selves: Renewed, re-focused, re-defined, re-emergence, re-making, re-doing, re-invented. “Old things are passed away; behold, all things … become new.”
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Jody Davis Designs to Present 2 More "chic and classy affairs" Before Christmas
SAVE THE DATES:
*Sunday, November 13 – 2 to 5 pm – Merci Beaucoup: …a chic and classy affair @ www.JodyDavisDesigns.com, 110 W. Saratoga St., Downtown Baltimore.
*Sunday, December 11 – 2 to 5 pm – Amor: …a chic and classy affair @ www.JodyDavisDesigns.com, 110 W. Saratoga St., Downtown Baltimore Read in Full >>
"Love, Layers & Laughter": Shelonda Stokes to be Honored with Black Capitol Awards on 10.2.11
MEET SHELONDA STOKES, greiBO
Shelonda Stokes is no stranger to leadership and accomplishment. She is a results oriented
professional with over 15 years of management, communication and media experience in
the entertainment, government and commercial business arenas.
As President and CEO of greiBO media, Shelonda is responsible for the overall management
of the digital media company, helping organizations create an edge in their marketplace
using mixed media. Since joining greiBO in 2001, Shelonda has helped market many
organizations like The Maryland Department of Business and Economic, Hewlett-Packard and
the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Read in Full >>
"Baltimore SuperStar Competition" at 2011 African American Festival
The 2011 African American Festival to Provide ‘Big Break’ to Local Vocalists
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Shelonda Stokes, CEO of greiBO Entertainment, announced a new competition taking place at this year’s African American Festival. The “Baltimore SuperStar” competition will give aspiring local musicians an opportunity to receive their big break. The competition takes place on Saturday, July 2, and the winner will receive a cash prize and immediate artist exposure.
“Baltimore is home to many exceptionally talented vocalists,” said Mayor Rawlings-Blake. “The winner of Baltimore SuperStar can begin making a lasting impression on Baltimore’s musical and cultural landscape.”
The grand prize is a recording opportunity with Grammy Platinum Record Producer Darryl Pearson. “I am honored to help a lucky musician fulfill a lifelong dream,” said Pearson. “I can’t wait to start working with the winner.” Read in Full >>
MTA's Jo Greene and Shelonda Stokes on African American Festival 2011
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has merged forces with Radio One for a July 2nd + 3rd event celebrating African American heritage and culture Read in Full >>