[QOTW] How Would You Feel If You Or Your Spouse Was Required To Pay For The Burial Of An Aborted Fetus? [Written By Shae McCoy]


current events, economy, education, question of the day, Uncategorized

Reasonable or Inconsiderate? We know that there is a vast majority of people in the United States that are for and against abortion, but do you think it is fair to force another thing on an already grieving parent? In Texas, it will be required for aborted fetuses to be buried or cremated. The cost […]

December 7, 2016

[Guest Blog] Insight On The Plans To Rebuild Baltimore Landmark, Lexington Market [Written By Keem Griffey]


Baltimore Businesses, Baltimore Culture, current events, economy, Guest Blog

When the average civilian from Baldimore thinks of the historic Lexington Market, they will most likely think of the smell of raw fish and baked cookies, delicious and inexpensive foods, black culture and the plethora of drug addicts that hang in and around the market. However you perceive it, if you are a true Baldimore civilian, […]

December 7, 2016

[QOTW] Why aren't Communal Creative Networks More Common in the Underground Workings of Society? [Written By Kevin Hart]


business, economy, question of the day

  If income and assets, essentially, come from a return on what you’ve contributed to a network, why aren’t communal creative networks more common in the underground workings of society? There are many opportunities to counteract the oppressor but, do we take the chance when we get it? I know that many movements arise behind the […]

September 7, 2016

[The Divide] Baltimore Chinese Restaurant Proves There Is A Disconnect Between Business Owners And Their Customers [Written By Shae McCoy]


Baltimore Businesses, current events, economy

Last week proved to me even more that there is a serious disconnect between business owners and the customers who patronize their businesses. Myself and a few others were leaving Give & Take: An Artistic Experience, a black-owned art gallery, when we were called upon to come to the aid of a young lady who […]

August 9, 2016

[Winter Storm Jonas] In Baltimore.


current events, economy

Remember there is a reason for everything. The myth that people usually speak of when we get warm weather in the winter proved itself true this time. Winter storm Jonas can be compared to a person with many hidden talents that is constantly doubted. The impact of this storm was definitely doubted by residents although they […]

January 25, 2016

[QOTD ] Will Gov. Larry Hogan’s Plan To Raze Vacants Help and/or Hurt Baltimore?


current events, economy, question of the day

On Tuesday Maryland governor, Larry Hogan made an announcement about various investments that he believes will help Baltimore City. If you live in Baltimore you are familiar with one of the city’s biggest problems, vacancies. Vacant homes have been decaying for years on Baltimore’s streets and have been an eyesore to residents, and tourists. Hogan […]

January 6, 2016