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Northwood Commons Renovation Marks New Era for Northeast Baltimore Community

Despite checkered history, developers hope for promising future at Morgan State-adjacent property.

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Former Presidents Obama and Clinton to Speak at Cummings Funeral in Baltimore

The late Congressman is the first African American elected official to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol today.

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New Book Explores Extraordinary Life of Baltimore’s First Black City Councilwoman

Power of the Ballot chronicles life of civil rights leader Victorine Q. Adams.

Arts District

Culture Club: Lunar New Year at The Walters, True Vine’s New Home, and President’s Day Cabaret

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

Arts & Culture

Marching Orders

The Dunbar High School marching band fosters a community of musicians.

The Chatter

Morgan State Marching Band to Perform at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The Magnificent Marching Machine was surprised at their homecoming halftime show with the news.

Arts District

10 Things Not to Miss at Light City

What to see, hear, and do at the art and innovation festival that begins April 6.

The Chatter

Under Armour Shirt Credited With Saving Las Vegas Shooting Victim

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.

The Chatter

NAACP Convention Kicks Off, Trump Declines Invitation

Founded in 1909, the nation’s largest civil rights organization returns its annual convention to Baltimore.

Education & Family

What Morgan Means to Me

As Morgan State celebrates its 150th anniversary, five noteworthy alumni recall their college years.

News & Community

Safety Lessons

Are colleges protecting students or guarding their own images?

The Chatter

Adam Jones Poses as Substitute Teacher to Surprise Kids

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.

The Chatter

Friday Replay: The Cast of The Wire Drives...a Prius?

And four other things that happened in local sports this week.

Arts District

Public Art Emphasizes 'Black Lives Matter'

Morgan State University Students paste portraits on Station North building.

Arts District

Q&A with Keith Saunders

Dance Theatre of Harlem ballet master and Baltimore native returns for this weekend's performance

News & Community

Morgan Students Staged Read's Drugstore Sit-In 60 Years Ago

Sixty years ago, Morgan State College students staged the first successful lunch-counter sit-ins.

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