Though many of us overlook breast cancer because it may not be a disease we've personally struggled with, chances are we all know someone who has.
While most of the nation is still in shock, thousands of supporters joined hands in solidarity, walked the Arthur Ravenel Bridge in support of the victims and all affected by the Mother Emanuel A.M.E. massacre. Click Here to Read more and see the pics! and Here are some related links: Baltimoreans Get Emotional About […]
For me the most disturbing thing to come out of this disastrous Ray Rice situation is the way women have chosen to breakdown another woman. We don’t know Janay Palmer personally or even really what is going on with the couple outside of a short video. However, women seem to be going in on Janay […]
There has been a major shift in the country and specifically in DC. A recent poll shows that a majority of Dc residents now support the recreational use of Mary Jane. The poll numbers came on the same day that a committee of DC lawmakers voted unanimously to begin to loosen DC marijuana laws […]
I don’t think the American Red Cross expected to celebrate their 132nd anniversary helping victims in Moore, Oklahoma restore their lives from the devastating tornadoes that claimed the lives of 20+, including children. So, I ask Baltimore, WHAT CAN U DO to help? Sometimes, we get selfish and say to ourselves “It didn’t bother […]
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Official Press Release 6520 Eberle Lane, Baltimore, MD—The Barnes family would like to encourage the community to come out and participate in one last candle light vigil for Phylicia Barnes. Phylicia was discovered last week in the Conowingo dam outside of Baltimore. The vigil will be held on Thursday, April 28th, 2011 from 7pm-9pm at […]
In the age of instant information it is imperative that we explain disasters to our children. They need to understand that the world in their own time. Here are a few steps to help you explain natural disasters to your child. 1-Take into account your child’s age and developmental stage. While a toddler may only […]