All of Baltimore was stunned when kid rapper Lil’ Key didn’t get the So So Def chain at the end of “The Rap Game” Season 2. But from the looks of Lil’ Key’s Facebook and Instagram pages, that’s all behind him now.
Baltimore native Mo’Nique is back with a comedy set specially priced for her fans. The actress/ comedian took to Instagram today to
Millions around the world are remembering renowned boxer Muhammad Ali following his death Saturday from septic shock. However few can Ali remember quite like City Delegate Curtis Stovall Anderson. In 1977 Anderson, then a reporter for Baltimore NBC station WBAL, “fought” Ali in a 1977 comedic charity match.
Comedian and actor Chris Rock did not heed Jada Pinkett Smith’s boycott, but he certainly did not let the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences off easy for the lack of diversity in its nominations. Less than a minute in, Rock opens “Well I’m here at the Academy Awards otherwise known as the white …
Even as Baltimore city officials and community activists came together to plan “next steps” at Tuesday night’s Call to Action Inaugural Dialogue, they were forced to acknowledge many of their efforts do not reach the struggling young black men whom they wish to impact.