[Events] Every graphic designer, web designer and photographer should attend the Adobe Max conference at least once


Art, business, education, entertainment, events, technology

I don’t think I have ever been this excited to attend something informational in my life. What started out as an offer that I was nervous to take, turned out to be an experience that will hold weight in my creative career and possibly change me forever, professionally. One day I was on campus conversing with […]

November 4, 2017

[Listicle] It's Okay To Step Back: Four things journalists can do to stay engaged with current events , without becoming consumed by social media [Written by Shae McCoy]


advice column, current events, economy, events, Listicle, technology, world news

Journalists are expected to keep up with everything that is going on in our crazy world. They are expected to break the news when anything drastic happens. They are the ones that you depend on to stay updated and informed. Journalists are supposed to know everything, right? Well, I am here to tell you that […]

October 6, 2017

[Current Events/Opinion] The Downward Spiral: Manhunt For Steve Stephens Ends As Expected, Leaving Questions Unanswered [Written by Shae McCoy]


current events, events, opinion, world news

 Does Steve Stephens’ actions classify him as mentally ill or just a coward? The events of April 16, 2017, will be stuck in the heads of some Cleveland residents forever, while the rest of the world will forget it after a while, or will they?  On Easter Sunday, Stephens did the unthinkable as he committed the […]

April 19, 2017

[Local Events/Opinion] Lights Out Light City: Innovative Light Festival Concludes Its Second Year With A Bang [Written By Shae McCoy]


Art, Baltimore Businesses, Baltimore Culture, current events, entertainment, events

  Last weekend concluded the second year of the first large-scale Light festival in the United States. Light City was launched in 2016 by The Baltimore office of Promotion and the Arts (BOPA) and it has left its artistic footprint in the city. The festival takes up Baltimore’s  Inner Harbor and parts of Harbor East with over 50 attractions […]

April 12, 2017

[Local Events] What You Missed and What's Still Happening


Art, Baltimore Culture, current events, entertainment, events, fashion, music

Light City Location: Inner Harbor/Harbor East, Baltimore, Md. Light City has come back for its second year. The event is the first large scale light festival in the United States. The festival is free and consists of light installations, music, and innovation. There are more than 50 attractions and many food vendors. Light City started on March 31st […]

April 7, 2017

[Photos] Last Week At Give & Take : An Artistic Experience [Shot By Shae McCoy]


Art, Baltimore Businesses, Baltimore Culture, black culture, entertainment, events, Good Eats

Every week at Give & Take: An Artistic Experience, there are a plethora of creative events going on. Last week I was able to stop by and capture many moments. First stop was  Alanah Nichole‘s Much More Than An Open Mic where creatives gathered and expressed themselves through poetry, dance, and music. It was a […]

August 17, 2016