Maxine Ashley is not someone to be toyed with. The versatile artist has released “Somebody Else,” a funky farewell that will make you bop your head and tap your feet. Ashley assures her insecure lover that she is irreplaceable, and finding a replacement for him is easy on this groovy track. She warns him that
Sean “Diddy” Combs has unveiled a stunning music video for his Teyana Taylor-fronted song “Closer To God.” Taylor directed the video, utilizing a deserted region as the backdrop to showcase her bold and futuristic fashion choices and belt her heart out. Later on, she and Diddy meet up when he rides a horse to her
Baltimore native Pinky Cole is the founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan, a restaurant chain known for its approachable, plant-based hamburgers. Cole will return to Baltimore to serve as the keynote speaker for Executive Alliance’s Women of Excellence event. Credit: Courtesy of Slutty Vegan By Megan SaylesAFRO Business Writermsayles@afro.com Executive Alliance is set to host
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By AFRO Staff Passionate Black polo players joined Susan Smallwood in hosting the Polo x Jazz event with celebrities Judge Mathis and Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins from TLC on Sept. 23. The group enjoyed delicacies from Smallwood’s line of La Grande Caviar and live music from a DJ. The party took place at the Congressional Polo
Armaní Washington rests in her crown as the 38th Miss NBCA Hall of Fame. (Photo Courtesy of HU Royal Court) By Re’Jon Jones, Special to the AFRO On a night filled with glamor, talent and celebration of African American culture and scholarship, Aramní Washington was crowned the 38th Miss National Black College Alumni Hall of
New Reginald F. Lewis Museum exhibit honors Black health professionals, examines disparities in medical field for Black people
By Karyn Cook, Special to the AFRO In Maryland, where 31.4 percent of the population is Black, only 12.3 percent of physicians identify as Black, according to data from the Association of American Medical Colleges. The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture in Baltimore recently debuted a new exhibit, “Blacks
By Sean Yoes, Special to the AFRO A two-day event focused on African Americans and cannabis will take place Oct. 14 -15. “The Black Canni” will gather Black cannabis entrepreneurs, educators and enthusiasts for discussions that have become all the more important since recreational use of marijuana became legal in Maryland on July 1. A
By Baltimore Police Department Media Relations Baltimore, Md. (Oct. 13, 2023) – Regarding the Oct. 3, 2023, mass shooting that occurred on the campus of Morgan State University, detectives have arrested a 17-year-old male in Washington, D.C. The juvenile was taken into custody on Oct. 12, without incident. He will be transported to Central Booking Intake Facility