If Prince came to Baltimore to try and heal a fractured community, his arrival proved a tad too late. But nothing escapes his royal highness.
If you are a woman who has sisters, then playwright Katori Hall’s latest work, "The Blood Quilt," will seem familiar territory to those ubiquitous experiences of sibling dynamics.
This is not a linear story with a straight narrative and clearly evoked characters. It's a fantastic tale told with bold imagery, inventive weaving of language and a healthy reliance on metaphor and symbolism.
Legendary entertainer and activist Harry Belafonte will take part in a nationwide telephone town hall Wednesday, which is open to community leaders and change agents.
Whoever said that big girls don't cry needs to know that's not true.
“The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory and Hell Revisited by Contemporary African Artists” can be viewed now through Aug. 2 at the National Museum of African Art.
When four disconnected sisters attempt to create a family quilt to honor their recently-deceased mother at their childhood home, they must grapple with their own history and age-old rituals.
The Purple One wants Sunday in Baltimore to be a Gray day.
GoGoRadio LIVE, formerly known as GoGoRadio.com, will celebrate Tuesday its 5-year anniversary as the top source for go-go music.
Derek Anthony Colquitt, also known as Big House, bassist of the seminal D.C. go-go outfit Junk Yard Band, died Sunday afternoon in Waldorf after his motorcycle crashed into the back of a truck.
Ben E. King, the famed R&B singer best known for the song "Stand By Me," has died. He was 76.
Guests on the "Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage" cruise each year have come to expect excellent celebrity entertainment, informative seminars and a beautiful and mature crowd ready to party at sea, and this year's version certainly didn't disappoint.
In the new book "Body of Truth" by Harriet Brown, you'll see that everything you thought you knew about weight may be a big fat lie.
Thousands gathered in Southeast to celebrate Earth Day's 45th anniversary during an event that featured local artists, entrepreneurs and more than a dozen hip-hop and R&B acts.
When Bruce McNeil travels abroad — to Ghana, China or Quebec — his destinations have one thing in common: there’s a river nearby.