Iyanla Vanzant is coming to Baltimore this week to host a "healing service" for the city.
Time to put aside your dauntlets (small but overwhelming tasks), quit shoverdosing (binge-watching TV) and attend a fun event for word lovers.
Black soot covers the two-story house like a dark shadow. The roof has collapsed, and a bright red sign proclaims the home has been condemned.
Throughout her girlhood in Germany, her struggles as a single mother and decades typing in bland offices, Ursula Populoh was pulled by two desires — to work with textiles and to graduate from college.
For one day each year, tens of thousands dressed in natty suits and flowered hats descend on the Park Heights neighborhood to sip cocktails and watch horses fly down a century-old track.
Devin Allen, the 26-year-old West Baltimore photographer whose image of a protestor running during the riots following Freddie Gray's death was featured on the cover of "Time," will speak at an event this Friday.
The rear door of the yellow truck rolled open and Dimitri Reeves swung down.
Chris Everett wants the world to know that Baltimore is more than looted buildings, protesters lobbing rocks and police in riot gear.