“Eunetta was a pioneer and an inspiration to everyone she met,” Raven-Symoné, the star and executive producer of “Raven’s Home,” said in a statement about Eunetta Boone. “She was a masterful storyteller, and empathetic leader and a beacon of light to so many … She will be missed."
In 1997, the first Disney Channel Original Movie was released. "Brink," the long-running series' first sports film, came out the following year. Its story followed a made-for-cable-TV archetype: Protagonist and antagonist rise to athletic prominence. Turf war ensues. Goodness and decency prevail.
Last June, Natalie Samuel went through with the "big chop." The 33-year-old Columbia resident cut off all of her chemically straightened hair in an attempt to return her mane to its tightly curled, natural state.
At start of the very first Ravens game, back in Memorial Stadium, a recent graduate of Morgan State University stepped forward to sing the national anthem, burnishing the words with his velvety baritone.
Seton Keough High will hold its annual Homecoming Festival this Saturday at the school on South Caton Avenue where, for the second year, classes will build floats made of donated canned food, a school press release said.
Though just last spring he was a junior at River Hill High School, right now Dan Geraghty and the other four band members of Hollywood Ending are contestants in "The Next Big Thing," a Radio Disney show.
By By Janene Holzberg and Special to The Baltimore Sun