Monday, January 31, 2011

huevoicesdotcom @ the 2011 Baltimore CASH Campaign Kick-Off

Baltimore CASH Campaign is a non-profit organization that offers free tax preperation services to low-income families.

One-on-One interview with Baltimore CASH Campaign Director Sara Johnson

Baltimore CASH Campaign volunteer Teffany Hornes speaks on program and how it has helped her family save money.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

First Annual James Baldwin Awards

James Baldwin Civil Rights Awards will honor individuals who have demonstrated outstanding service to the community through civil and human initiatives. Honorees include Maryland State Senator Catherine Pugh, Attorney J. Wyndal Gordon, Esq and Center for Emerging Media founder and WEAA talk radio host Marc Steiner.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

One-on-One with Marc Steiner

Radio talk show host Marc Steiner weighs in on the city wide elections and being honored with the James Baldwin Civil Rights Award.

Monday, January 24, 2011

huevoicesdotcom @ ALL-Peoples Congress Protest

Community organizers protested against Baltimore City State's Attorney's office for recent controversial incidents that have made headlines as of late: Eliyahu Eliezer Werdsheim, a member of the Northwest Baltimore night watch group Shomrim, was charged with the assault of a 15-year-old Northwestern High School student in November. Early this month, the shooting of Baltimore City Police Officer William H. Torbit, Jr. by fellow officers. Led by Leo Burroughs, president of the Memorial Apartments Association and Sharon Black of the All-Peoples Congress, protesters expressed displeasure with the poor handling of the previous cases mentioned by the State's Attorney's office and the Baltimore City Police Department.

huevoicesdotcom @ Baltimore's Black Media Group press conference

GCOMM Media founder and Baltimore's Black Media Group member Hassan Giordano joined community activist Doc Cheatham, Paul Robeson Institute Executive Director Michael Eugene Johnson and Project Focus executive director Brian K. Easley for a press conference to call on Baltimore City States Attorney's Gregg Bernstein to explain his decision to drop a felony assault charge in the case of Eliyahu Eliezer Werdsheim. Werdsheim was charged in November for allegedly assaulting a 15-year-old boy in Upper Park Heights. Recently, Bernstein dropped the felony charge in the case. When asked why the charge was dropped he responding with "no comment".

Friday, January 21, 2011

One-on-One with Armstrong Williams

The health care debate is back on with Congressional Republicans pushing for a repeal of the law passed last year. huevoicesdotcom's Bobby Marvin interviews conservative radio host Armstrong Williams on the health care law and how it affects small businesses. PUBLISHER'S NOTE: THIS INTERVIEW WAS RECORDED LAST YEAR PRIOR TO THE 2010 GENERAL ELECTION DAY.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

One-on-One with Mia Hall

When it comes to good entertainment, Bmore Fab's Mia Hall knows where to look. As editor and writer for the popular blog The Fab Empire, she has covered the latest trends, hottest clubs and the most talked about celebrities. huevoicesdotcom's Bobby Marvin listens up as she shares the hustle and bustle of an entertainment blogger.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Thursday, January 13, 2011

huevoicesdotcom @ Ofc. William H. Torbit, Jr.'s vigil

Baltimore City Police Officer William H. Torbit, Jr. was shot and killed by "friendly fire" from fellow officers. Baltimore City community organizers and citizens held a vigil in his honor.

Radio personality Darren Muhammad speaks

I Can't We Can founder Israel Cason and other Baltimore residents speak

Baltimore City Council member Carl Stokes speaks

The Torbit Family Speaks!

In light of the shooting and killing of Baltimore City Police Officer William H. Torbit, Jr., the Torbit family demands answers and justice at a vigil held by community organizers.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Bundle Up Baltimore

ACE (Arts, Culture and Entertainment)Consortium, a group dedicated to the enrichment of nightlife and entertainment in Baltimore, will host their first annual Bundle Up Baltimore event featuring a coat drive for the homeless. ACE representative Reginald Doblyns discusses Baltimore's homeless issue and giving back to those in need.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

One-on-One with Femi The Dri Fish

Hip-Hop spoken word artist Femi The Dri Fish of the dynamic spoken word duo The 5thL has ripped the stage with his partner Native Son (David Ross) for roughly 10 years. Now, huevoicesdotcom's Bobby Marvin interviews Femi on his second solo release The Clown with no Circus.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Victoria Rowell is coming to Baltimore

Actress and author Victoria Rowell is coming to Baltimore for the Booklovers' Breakfast Saturday January 29th at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

MISSING NC TEEN Phylicia Barnes

Yesterday, I went to visit to an old friend and I noticed this picture of missing teen Phylicia Barnes on the front door of the apartment building. I remember a report on Fox 45 News and another one on WJZ-13 last night. Her mother was clearly upset and worried. As a father of two little girls, I would be as well. I only hope she returns safely to her parents. To ALL parents out there, hug your child a little tighter today and God bless.

A Benefit for Baltimore's Children

The DMV's star entertainers take the stage for a special concert benefit for Baltimore's children on January 26th at The Hippodrome Theatre. The event includes appearances by Mo'Nique, Mario, Raheem DeVaughn, Paula Campbell and Darin Atwater.