Michael Jackson, "The King of Pop" (SOURCE: http://www.8notes.com/pictures/jackson/)
(GLEN BURNIE - June 24, 2010) - WFBR 1590 AM news talk radio host Daren Muhammad has a busy schedule this weekend.
On Friday at 12 noon, he will honor the legacy of our beloved Michael Jackson, the King of Pop. Jackson, who touched the hearts, minds, and souls of people around the world, passed 1 year ago Friday. His special guest is the one and only Dr. Tyrone Powers, an "unbought and unbossed" voice of black America.
On Saturday, June 26 at 2 pm, Daren will host former Radio One (WOLB 1010 AM) news talk show host C. Miles on his radio show (WFRB 1590 AM in Baltimore).
And on Sunday at City View Restaurant at Security Blvd. and Whitehead Rd. in Woodlawn, Muhammad will host a Special Tribute event to the men who cut our hair. It will salute black barbers who have been in the undustry for 40 years or more. The cost is $30 and includes a meal. C. Miles is the featured guest.
Additionally, the living legeng, Baba Dick Gregory, will be a special guest on the show.
FMI, please call 410.878.5298 or visit www.badulforjustice.com.
To view Daren on BMORENEWS, click here.
Bmorenews Publisher Among Those to be Honored at 4th Annual MBE-WBE-DBE Legislative Night in Annapolis (Jan. 16, 2014)
Secretary Zenita Hurley, the Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs (GOMA)
Director Sharon Pinder, the Mayor’s Office of Minority Business Development
Randy Reynolds the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)
The Honorable Victoria Jackson-Stanley, Mayor of the City of Cambridge
Lance Lucas, President of SOMBCOC and GBBCC
Aisha Braveboy, Chair, the Maryland Legislative Black Caucus
Tessa Hill-Aston, President the Baltimore Chapter of the NAACP
Secretary Zenita Hurley, Special Secretary of GOMA
Doni Glover, Publisher of BmoreNews.com
Abby Harper, GOMA
Barry Hampton, STAR Associates, Inc. Read in Full >>
Fells Point Station Nearing Completion
This structure will contain 47 one- and two-BR apartments in Upper Fells Point. It's the adaptive reuse of the original Eastern District Police Station built in 1860 and new construction on a former parking lot. Read in Full >>
REBIRTH: The Bmorenews.com 11th Anniversary Gala & Benefit :: Honorees include Hilton Bostick :: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 :: 6-9p :: Douglass-Myers Museum
During the early '90's, I began volunteering with Dr. Gossie H. Hudson, Professor of History at Morgan and host of WEAA's 'Just You & Me' two-way-talk show. Later, I went on to host the Tuesday Edition of 'Late Night Music' and host my own 'Public Education Plus' talk show on 88.9 FM. During this time, I appeared on Kweisi Mfume's 'Bottom Line Show', Richard Sher's 'Square Off', and The Ron Shapiro Show to discuss community matters.
In 2001 during a self-imposed exile, I relocated to Des Moines, Iowa. While there, I worked as a community outreach worker for Iowa State Rep. Wayne Ford's Urban Dreams Community Center. Consequently, I went to work as secretary to State Senator Jack Hatch. Further, after having opportunities to travel the world like Paris, London, West Africa, Monte Carlos and parts of Iceland, I returned to Bmore where I'm receiving a rebirth and opportunity to do my greatest good in assisting Doni Glover and Bmorenews. Read in Full >>
REBIRTH: The Bmorenews.com 11th Anniversary Gala & Benefit :: Honorees include Mark Reutter of Baltimore Brew:: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 :: 6-9p :: Douglass-Myers Museum
A media icon, Reutter recently saved the city $100 million with his coverage of proposed "Smart War Meters" for Baltimoreans by way of City Hall.
Who is Mark Reutter?
Mark Reutter has been reporting and writing on Baltimore since 1970, when he started as a 19-year-old summer intern covering cops for The Evening Sun. Read in Full >>