Wakanda Forever: actors reflect on agency and representation for Black and Brown communities at D.C. film premiere

By Deborah Bailey, Contributing Editor For many, the much-anticipated Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, opening in movie theaters nation-wide on Nov. 11, is much more than the fictional next chapter in the journey of Wakanda’s fight for survival after the death of the King T’Challah.     T’Challah was portrayed by the late actor, Chadwick Boseman


Silver Line extension could begin service before Thanksgiving despite train shortage, officials say

By Grace Yarrow, Capital News Service  An extension of the Metro’s Silver Line could be ready to service Washington Dulles International Airport in time for Thanksgiving travel, Metro officials said on Oct. 19. However, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) executives said there won’t be enough railcars to support the extension opening without removing cars


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Hogan Administration Announces More than $19 Million to Revitalize Historic Buildings

Tax Credits Leverage Projects Expected to CreateMore Than 1,380 Jobs Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hogan Administration Announces More than $19 Million to Revitalize Historic BuildingsTax Credits Leverage Projects Expected to Create More Than 1,380 Jobs(November 1, 2022) CROWNSVILLE, MD – The Hogan administration announced today the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT), a division of the Maryland Department of Planning