February 22, 2017
Katsucon conventiongoers invade Maryland’s National Harbor

Anime, comic-book, and superhero enthusiasts put on their best garb to attend the 2017 Katsucon convention in National Harbor.

February 14, 2017
Majority of Americans hope to receive chocolate on Valentine’s Day

According to the National Confectioners Association, most Americans want to receive chocolate on Valentine’s Day.

February 9, 2017
Maryland’s Black History: Frederick Douglass

February is #BlackHistoryMonth and many influential African-Americans have called Maryland home, including Frederick Douglass.

March 1, 2017
Maryland’s Black History: Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman was born in Dorchester County, Maryland around the year 1820, according to PBS. While Tubman may be best known for her “Underground Railroad” voyages, she was also an accomplished military leader during the Civil War and a vocal activist in the women’s suffrage movement.     Throughout the month of February, which is recognized as […]

February 16, 2017
Maryland’s Black History: Harry A. Cole

February is #BlackHistoryMonth and many influential African-Americans have called Maryland home. Meet Harry A. Cole., a man that paved the way for blacks in the courtroom.

February 10, 2017
Maryland’s Black History: Henrietta Lacks

February is #BlackHistoryMonth and many influential African-Americans have called Maryland home, meet Henrietta Lacks. An ordinary woman with extraordinary cells.

February 24, 2017
Maryland’s Black History: Taraji P. Henson

February is #BlackHistoryMonth and many influential African-Americans have called Maryland home. Meet Taraji P. Henson, a Hollywood actress who’s role in “Hidden Figures” helped earn the film an Oscar nomination.

March 16, 2017
Maryland’s Women’s History: Billie Holiday

March is Women’s History Month and many influential women have called Maryland home. Throughout the month, we’ll honor Maryland’s women’s history. Billie Holiday was a Baltimore native who debuted her jazz and blues at Fell’s Point.

March 8, 2017
Maryland’s Women’s History: Elizabeth Ann Seton

March is Women’s History Month and many influential women have called Maryland home. Throughout the month, we’ll honor Maryland’s women’s history. Meet Elizabeth Ann Seton, a women of religion and education.

March 30, 2017
Maryland’s Women’s History: Gloria Richardson

March is Women’s History Month and many influential women have called Maryland home. Throughout the month, we’ll honor Maryland’s women’s history. Gloria Richardson was the leader of the Cambridge Movement, that revolutionized the way African-Americans were treated in Cambridge,MD.