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Real Men Feel

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  • Real Men Feel Lolita A. Kelson, author of It’s Not Personal..It’s Penis, hosted a book signing and a male panel discussion at Coppin State University on June 2, 2015. She gave people who have heard of her book and passerby’s a chance to ask questions in regards to her findings. Though the book is pro-male, it does not bash women in the slightest. The book takes an in-depth look at what may cause issues in a relationship when women deal with men. Some of her chapter titles though male heavy, express the true thoughts men might be unwilling or afraid to share. Titles such as He Hurts When, You Get ChangeFrom A Dollar.. Not From A Man…He Is Who He Is, as well as When Loving Her Is Killing Him. If you haven’t already gone to itsnotpersonal.net to order you book, you should do so now. It’s a great summer read!! Photos by TC Caldwell
  • 6/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1950321

DTLR Hosts ‘3-on-3’ Basketball Tournament at Tench Tilghman

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  • Photo by Anderson Ward Urban fashion store DTLR partnered with City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the Ewing Brand to host a “3-on-3” basketball tournament on June 19. The event was hosted at Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore and was held to uplift the community following the turmoil caused by the city’s uprisings. Attendees included members of the community and DTLR Radio personalities. The Baltimore Hawks team won the championship after defeating Let it Fly 11-9. Following the win, each teammate took home a $250 check.
  • 6/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1950320

MD CentenariansLuncheon May 14, 2015 (JD Howard)

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  • MD CentenariansLuncheon May 14, 2015 (JD Howard)
  • 6/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1945699

Happy 50th Birthday Odyssey (JD Howard)

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  • Happy 50th Birthday Odyssey (JD Howard)
  • 6/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1945695

Boys and Girls Clubs, Be Great Gala- By Da’Rrell Privott 5-21-15

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  • On May 21st at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel, a spectacular event was held to honor the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore (BGCA) “Be Great Champions for Youth”, 4th Annual Gala. This great organization has a sustained commitment and focus on helping the youth of Baltimore. From the start, this was evidenced by articulate oration and charisma of Saidah Sargent a 17-year-old who attends Western School of Technology, 5-year member of the Kendrick Boys & Girls Club. Sargent was named the Youth of the Year for 2015 and her solo dance routine was excellent. She was awarded a thousand dollar scholarship by the organization. Sargent stated, “I have been given so many opportunities through the Boys and Girls Club. I would like to give someone what so many have given to me.” The Keynote speakers, Sean & Leigh Anne Tuohy, successful entrepreneurs and a married couple of 31 years, gave compelling testimonies. Well known for their extensive philanthropic involvement with (BGCA) and the movie, The Blind Side, which chronicles the life the family lead due to the couple adopting Michael Oher, as a child, now a former Baltimore Raven NFL Star. They stated, “People who adopt children are the heroes of this country” They enthusiastically encouraged both members and guess to never give up trying to help kids. There was a very successful live auction. Awards presentations honoring individuals who had shown outstanding commitment and support for children were held, for Dr. Tim Tooten- WBAL-TV 11 News Education Alert Reporter, Cheryl Worthington- Associate Deputy Director, Office of Resident Services, at the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC), and Joe Tristani, Chief Operating Officer, Sound United. By Da’Rrell L. Privott
  • 6/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1945690

Memorial Baptist Church Centennial Celebration (JD Howard) 5/22/15

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  • 6/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1945686

Service of Installation Rev Dr. Beryl Whipple (JD Howard)

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  • 6/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1945655

Rovenia Madison's 80th Birthday

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  • Rovenia Madison reached yet, another milestone as she celebrated her 80th birthday. From the moment she was escorted into the venue by her grandson Jordan Brown, the evening was magical. The applauses filled and the smiles brightened the room. As they subsided, renowned saxophonist Isaac Parham begin to play happy birthday. As the evening went on, more surprises were in store. Two of the most prestigious surprises of them all were the citations and recognition recieved by Ms. Madison from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Governor Larry Hogan for her lifetime achievements. Surrounded by the love of her daughter Donna Brown, sister Annie Butler and other family and friends, Ms. Madison 80th birthday was without a doubt, a cherished occasion. photos by M. Davenport
  • 6/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1945644

Tree Planting for Freddie Gray

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  • Freddie Gray Tree Planting On Saturday May 30th we the city and community of Baltimore, were able to participate in an extremely positive event. Parks & People Foundation along with The Maryland Master Gardener Program came together in support for a tree planting for the late Freddie Gray in the 1700 block of Presbury Street. Kliffi Blackstone of the Parks & People Foundation Community Forestry Project Organizer and Cathy Allen organizer for this event from The Maryland Master Gardener Program designed to train volunteer horticultural educators for University of Maryland Extension. After receiving 40-50 hours of basic training from University of Maryland professionals, Marylanders then have knowledge of how to cultivate garden spaces and manage landscapes sustainably using research-based information. Then they agree to work in their communities. On this day at Baltimore’s Gilmore Homes many supporters and volunteers, young, old, from the community, and not, came together among many neighborhood memorials: Beautiful murals located on 1700 Blk of Presbury St. & the 1700 Blk of N. Fulton Avenue, and Freddie Gray Garden located at the corner of the 1600 Blk. of N. Mount St. & 1700 Blk of Presbury St. It was hot, the work was hard, but even the little kids persevered and smiled as they worked to change their environment. The trees planted represent new life, color amongst the cement, kids growing up with the trees, and Baltimore on the mend as this is planned to continue with both organizers into the court yards, school lawns, and more communities. By Da’Rrell Privott
  • 6/2/2015
  • Album ID: 1942744

Grandopening of the Ivy Hotel

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  • Ivy Hotel
  • 6/2/2015
  • Album ID: 1942741
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