From the Desk of Alethea King of Spectrum Enterprises :: THIS Thursday, Nov. 29th @ 5100 Denmore Avenue :: how you can get a loan based on your income and job history
Come join me at 5100 Denmore on Thurs. 7-8:30pm
I am trying to help as many people as I can to get a home.
HELP YOURSELF and join me THIS THURSDAY at 5100 Denmore Avenue in Baltimore, MD 21215.
For more info, email Spectrum Enterprises LLC - A Boutique Real Estate Brokerage at email@example.com or by calling 888-902-6070 ext. 3 Read in Full >>
BPM Alumni Dinner :: Thursday, December 27th :: Ensuring the Future of the African American Male
Black Professional Men, Incorporated (BPM) is a nonprofit organization based in Baltimore, Maryland and was established in 1991 to address the social, economic and political awareness needs of the African-American community; especially those of the African-American male. Our self proclaimed mission is 'Ensuring the Future of the African American Male'.
Please visit our website @ www.blackprofessionalmen.org. Read in Full >>
Op/Ed: BREAKING NEWS: Governor O’Malley, do you believe in redemption? :: Prince George's County's Young Democrats, Community Advocate for Greg Hall to Fill Rest of Tiffany Alston's Term; Gov. O'Malley Decides Monday
This Monday, Prince George’s County’s Young Democrats and advocates for justice throughout Maryland must take action. We are asking that PGCYD members and advocates throughout Maryland call Jeanne Hitchcock, Secretary of Appointments, to Governor Martin O’Malley between 9am and 11am to demand that he finalize the appointment of Greg Hall, a former PGCYD President.
Click Here if you plan to call in support of Greg Hall on Monday and receive key talking points as well as instructions for your call. Read in Full >>
BMORENEWS: Daren Muhammad's "State of the City" Featured Dick Gregory, Sister Civ on WFBR 1590 AM
Baba Dick Gregory, the legendary author/speaker/activist , was live in the studio today with WFBR 1590 AM host Daren Muhammad on "State of the City". The show, which airs Tuesday thru Saturday at noon, is one of the most provocative shows in America. Read in Full >>
The Inaugural B'More, Be More! HBCU College & Career Fair
The Inaugural B'More, Be More! HBCU College & Career Fair will take place on Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 10 AM until 2 PM at the Randallstown Community Center. The event is Free and open to the public. We are Baltimore City and County HS students and parents, as well as HBCU students and alumni or anyone interested in going to college or career school. Read in Full >>
Cassandra Mack's Holiday tip: The Call You Should NOT Make Today!
The Holidays are a time for spreading love, laughter and good cheer. Thanksgiving for many marks the start of the holidays. It's a time where we reach out to old friends, family members who we haven't spoken to in a while and people we've lost touch with over the years. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: Bea Gaddy's 31st Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner :: A Baltimore Tradition
She went from being homeless to being a Baltimore City Councilwoman. She stood out because of her love … for the people. I wonder if anyone will ever compare to her. She was loved just that much because she made it her business to love everybody unconditionally.
Miss you, Ms. Bea! Read in Full >>
Bea Gaddy's Family Gears Up for Thanksgiving 2012 :: Men Volunteers Needed :: 5 am :: Patterson Park
Men volunteers are needed as early as 5 am at Patterson Park to begin preparations to serve thousands in Baltimore's Patterson Park later today. According to the Gaddy family, there won't be as many people served as last year because of Super Storm Sandy and the help the victims of Sandy have needed. Read in Full >>
Baltimore Police and Fire Department Give Back .... JUST IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING, 11.21.12
To the very fine men and women in blue - and to our fire fighters and emergency medical professionals who serve unconditionally: THANK YOU for giving back to the community! Read in Full >>
MEET Dallas Dance, Baltimore County Schools Chief :: Tues., Nov. 27th
Dr. S. Dallas Dance
Baltimore County Public Schools
Lawrence E. Schmidt, Esquire
Baltimore County Public School Board Read in Full >>
TODAY: FOOD GIVEAWAY
: TODAY: Wed., November 21, 2012 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Where: 6 Distribution Centers ... Read in Full >>
COR Tigers :: Reshaping the Image of Black Men
Classes started today, Monday, November 19, 2012. Please share this with young men throughout Baltimore City. Play your part and get some young brothers involved in this class. Our future depends on it! FMI, please visit www.cortigers.com. Read in Full >>
Baltimore County 15-year old FOUND :: Sasha Samlal is ALIVE and WELL
It's going to be a happier Thanksgiving - at least for one family this year. A 15-year old girl, Sasha Arianna Samlal was first reported missing
on BMORENEWS on September 27th after pleas on facebook. We are pleased to report that, according to WBAL TV 11
, she has been found alive and well. Read in Full >>
LEADERS FROM PARKS AND RECREATION HONORED FOR THEIR SERVICE
: The Cherry Hill Hall of Fame will induct five stalwarts from the community during the 1st Annual Cherry Hill Hall of Fame Ceremony
at the Walter's Art Museum on Saturday, November 10, 2009, from 6:00pm – 9:30pm. The event is hosted by the Cherry Hill Hall of Fame Committee and produced by The Finn Group. These organizers will also honor "Legends" who have demonstrated support and commitment to the Cherry Hill Community. Read in Full >>
Centro de Apoyo Needs Your Help to Feed Homeless, Hungry :: Saturday, November 17, 2012 :: Baltimore Rescue Mission
: NO CONTRIBUTION IS TOO SMALL OR INSIGNIFICANT!
You can contact Centro de Apoyo/Janet Arce-Rosado at 443-990-6048. Please leave specific contact info or text. Read in Full >>
COR Tigers :: Reshaping the Image of Black Men
An event that will provide inspiration and direction for young black males.
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Councilman Carl Stokes’ Statement on the Passing of East Baltimore Community Activist Lucille Gorham
Her primary interests were to fight for the improvements of her neighborhood. We have lost an able steward of the community whose wisdom, experience and proactive leadership will be dearly missed at a time when cities like ours could benefit from her wisdom and expertise.
To her immediate Family: Although she will be missed by all who loved her, her leadership, commitment and legacy will always continue. Thanks for sharing her life with us! Read in Full >>
We Have The Right! Sat., Nov. 17th
: The St. Petersburg Rebellion: Working to STOP police brutality and corruption. Saturday, Nov. 17th @ 4pm :: Pleasant Hope Baptist Church, 430 E. Belvedere Ave. Read in Full >>
MEET Jessica Marie Smith, Founder and Director of Culture Kingdom Kids™
*Culture Kingdom Kids is the recipient of the 2011 Africa Showcase Award for Excellence In Children's Cultural Programs.
*In January 2012, the Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund recognized founder Jessica Smith as one of the Top 40 Under Forty residents for her contributions to the field of Education through her work with Culture Kingdom Kids.
"Children's Events With A Cultural Twist!" Read in Full >>
Associated Black Charities Announces 3rd ‘Annual Girls Night Out’ :: Thursday, Dec. 6th :: 5:30-7:30 pm
Associated Black Charities (ABC) is excited to announce its Third Annual Girls Night Out
fundraiser hosted by the Women of the Board of Directors of ABC on Thursday, December 6, 2012 at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Museum, 1417 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Tickets are $50 General Admission and $100 Patron Admission (Program acknowledgement & Gift Bag). Read in Full >>
HAPPY 10TH ANNIVERSARY, GBLA: Greater Baltimore Leadership Association's 2012 Masquerade Ball
In 2002, seven young professionals founded Greater Baltimore Leadership Association under the tutelage of J. Howard Henderson, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Urban League. GBLA serves as an outlet for young professionals to offer the skills and expertise for the betterment of the community while developing and honing their leadership skills. The Masquerade Ball Urban Life Urban Love celebrates 10 years of service and commitment to the community on November 10th
at the Tremont Grand Historic Venue. Read in Full >>
LOVING ARMS HOMELESS SHELTER FOR YOUTH CELEBRATES FACILITY UPGRADES!!!
Wednesday, November 7, 2012, 10am- 2:00pm
3313 Oakfield Avenue, Gwynn Oak, MD 21207. Read in Full >>
Poly-City Game Set for Sat., Nov.3rd at M&T Bank Stadium :: 12 Noon
In any event, this Thanksgiving season game will bring out alums from both schools for one of the oldest American football rivalries in high school sports in America.
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BALTIMORE HISTORY BEING LOST: Rev. Dr. Harvey Johnson by Rev. Al Hathaway, Pastor, Union Baptist Church
This is a picture of The Reverend Dr. Harvey Johnson, a leading African American Pastor at the turn of the 20th Century.
His endeavors preceded the Civil Rights movement and gave it impetus. Too many of Baltimore's leading citizens who had the honor of a school building named for them are being lost because of school closings and restructuring. Such is the case with the closing of the Diggs-Johnson Middle School. Once there was a Harvey Johnson Middle School which was closed but a portion of Dr. Johnson's name was retained by merging it with what is now known as Diggs-Johnson Middle School. Read in Full >>