Misty Copeland is known nationwide as a groundbreaking ballerina who became the first African American principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre. She assumes the title on Saturday. Conincidentally, she will be in Baltimore that day giving a talk at the Reginald F. Lewis African American History and Culture Museum. Read More →
Anna Deavere Smith grew up on Bentalou Street on the west side of Baltimore in the 1950s. After graduating from Western High School, she left town to embark on a career that’s included a six-year sting on The West Wing, a MacArthur genius grant, and Pulitzer Prize nominations. Read More →
Yesterday, thanks to a Maryland Public Information Act request, the Baltimore Sun received more than 7,000 emails sent to and from City of Baltimore officials during and after the riots, protests, and unrest in April. The paper is still sifting through all those documents, but they’ve already uncovered one juicy (and, in the grand scheme of things, pretty trivial) tidbit. Read More →
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