(BALTIMORE – November 7, 2008) – Kevin Scott’s dream is now a reality: a men’s clothier location in the heart of downtown Baltimore at 324 Park Avenue.
Having worked for years to find and attain such a plush locale, the store is a manifestation of the greatness of a young African American man born and raised in this city. However, don’t get it twisted. Scott has also walked in Milan – searching, of course, for the finest - the absolute finest in menswear.
“I am just so grateful to the Almighty for the vision and the courage to see this through,” said Scott as he cleaned a portion of his new hardwood floor.
Having held his Grand Opening a couple of weeks ago, Scott said that his establishment offers everything from Mezlan shoes to the finest leather jackets available.
2015: Niche.com Releases High School Rankings in Maryland: While Howard County Leads Pack, Guess Where Baltimore City Ranks?
Well, we've been saying it forever: Baltimore City High Schools fall at the bottom of the pack. This week, www.Niche.com
reiterates that fact. Derived from an internal memo circulated in Howard County, the most troubling statistic noted is that Baltimore City Public High Schools are the worst in the state in several key categories. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: Working Across the Aisle
Somebody is not effectively speaking up for our issues. I find our officials being sent to Annapolis and to City Hall with the community’s wishes posted up front, but when they return to the community they have with them somebody else’s agenda – certainly not what we sent them there for. Sure, we understand compromise. However, there are serious questions about how government is benefitting the black community. This makes me question our negotiating skills. One thing the Late Marion Barry taught his followers was the need to have an “ask” and that typically meant jobs and prime contracts for Washingtonians. Consequently, Barry earned the title of “Mayor for Life.” Read in Full >>
Inauguration: Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. :: 62nd Governor of MARYLAND :: January 21, 2015 :: Inaugural Speech
Before my father cast his vote on the impeachment committee, 40 years ago, he quoted President Lincoln, who said, "We cannot escape history."
And, we cannot escape our future – it's out there, waiting for us.
Let us show our fellow Marylanders that government can work, that we can work together, that change is possible, and that Maryland can live up to the promise of our founders. Read in Full >>
Let us always act worthy of the great task entrusted to us, to renew and advance our great state.
Let us appeal to the better angels of our nature so that we can achieve the great and shining promise of Maryland.
Ladies and gentlemen, we can change Maryland for the better. And together, we will.
Thank you, God bless you, and may God bless the great state of Maryland.