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The H Street Festival in Northeast D.C. offered various attractions on Sept. 16, including popular brands and bands spanning across 11 blocks. Guests had the opportunity to purchase clothing items, candles and other trinkets from vendors while local performers like Strangers that Clique and Joy of Motion graced the stage. Nicole Short enjoys the sunset
By Maurice Carroll Black male children are born into a culture where their way of life is showered with doubt, untrustworthiness and systems of racism. Worries of White supremacy and high expectations –both self-imposed and externally forced – all take a back seat on the day that a Black boy is born, but what about
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org In the United States, the scourge of coronary heart disease (CHD) devours a staggering $108 billion in annual health care costs, according to a recent Deloitte analysis. A disturbing $1.3 billion of this total is tied to health care inequities, according to the same analysis. The National Institutes
By Ryan Coleman, Special to the AFRO Marylanders already have a higher cost of living than the United States average. In fact, Maryland is the sixth most expensive state in the country. If you live in the Randallstown, Woodlawn or Towson areas, you already spend nearly 7 percent above the national cost of living average.
By AFRO Staff The third Hall of Fame Legends Awards Ceremony and Reception took place in the Cherry Hill community on Sept. 16. Trailblazers and legends of the Baltimore neighborhood were honored for their contributions to society and life accomplishments. The event was held at the Middle Branch Fitness and Wellness Center, located at 201
By AFRO Staff On Sept. 17 at 3:30 p.m. members of Freedom Temple AME Zion Church rededicated their cornerstone. The event took place at the church, located at 2926 Hollins Ferry Road in Baltimore. There, Bishop W. Darin Moore, of the Mid-Atlantic Episcopal District, preached at the ceremony for the church, which was founded by
Although both sides have launched ambitious offensives, the front line has barely shifted. After 18 months of war, a breakthrough looks more difficult than ever.
The impish persona and insouciant attitude of the Formula 1 driver Yuki Tsunoda have overturned stereotypes. The next step? Showing he can keep up with rivals.