Maryland officials thwart woman and Florida man conspiring to destroy energy substations in Baltimore area

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, The FBI has charged Catonsville, Md. native Sarah Beth Clendaniel and an Orlando, Fla. man, Brandon Clint Russell, with conspiracy to destroy energy facilities in the Baltimore area.  U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland Erek Barron and FBI Special Agent in Charge Thomas Sobocinski announced the filing


Coppin State University Celebrates Homecoming 2023

BALTIMORE – Coppin State University Homecoming 2023 kicks off February 12, 2023, and we welcome all to join us in celebrating 123 years of Coppin State history, honoring the community we have built, and instilling pride in Eagle Nation through active engagement of students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of our illustrious institution. Homecoming ThemeOur


Symposium to Explore Baltimore’s Black Food Scene

When he moved to the city in 2022, the number of Black-owned restaurants in Baltimore surprised Minkah Makalani, director of Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Africana Studies. In his quest to learn more about the history of Baltimore’s Black food culture, Makalani talked with notable figures in the city’s Black food scene, such as activist


LeBron James Breaks NBA’s All-time Scoring Record – WATCH His Speech (with Unnecessary Out-of-nowhere F-word)

*(CNN) — LeBron James on Tuesday became the association’s all-time leading scorer in the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder, surpassing the record that six-time NBA MVP Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had held for 39 years. So for now and the foreseeable future, King James is the king of NBA scoring. Needing 36