Among the films premiering are features from Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson and Todd Haynes.
For politicians, discussing climate change in a province enriched by oil money is fraught.
The U.S. finds itself caught between defending President Biden’s climate change agenda and aiding allies intent on increasing their access to fossil fuels.
Investors are eager to cash in on soaring demand for luxury properties, but an attack on an archaeologist investigating building violations brought a darker underbelly to light.
By Jannette J. Witmyer, Special to the AFRO Age is nothing but a number for sisters Joyce Thomas and Charlene Knight, two of the proudest members of the 2023 graduating class for Baltimore City Community College (BCCC). The two stood tall inside of the Lyric Performing Arts Center on May 13, as they took part
By Marnita Coleman, Special to the AFRO It all started in 1991, when a group of community members believed a learning center was needed to help revitalize the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. Building on Sandtown Habitat for Humanity formed two years prior, the dedicated group of supporters, led by founders Susan Tibbels and her late husband, Allan
By Dr. Julianne Malveaux, Ph.D, Forward Times Staff The recent massacre of three students and three adults in Nashville is alarming. How and why did a former student invade the school locked and loaded with an automatic weapon and ruthlessly kill innocent students and their caretakers? While it is useless to speculate on the thought
By Maxine J. Wood, Ed.D, Special to the AFRO Winter in the Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C. areas in 2022–2023 was moderately kind, with no real extreme weather challenges. Spring entered rather quietly on March 20, and will end June 20, with the arrival of summer. Ready or not, those perennial expectations, events, activities– and behaviors
By Special Release It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Tanya Christine Pajardo of Randallstown, Md. who transitioned into eternal life with the Lord on May 8. Those left to cherish her memory are her mother, Mildred Long Harper; sons, Rodney (Lavenia) and Walden; daughters, Crystal and Talitha; grandchildren, Tariyan, Selena