Ryan Hollingsworth celebrated the greatest father’s gift eight years ago when he donated part of his liver to save theRead more
As a child I wrote novels because I didn’t have many friends. I would sit in the living room and pretend my friends were my characters. I would write a story and never complete it. I fell in love with the library on Beauty and the Beast, instead of the Beast. My childhood habits became my passion in life. In college I preferred to write in my journal than to go out to the clubs. I don’t listen to rap music as much because it’s difficult for me to understand, and when I hear the unedited version I am often surprised. I am someone who actually listens to the words and becomes perplexed at the lyrics. I think never and always are unnecessary words because life is unpredictable. Live, laugh, love is a great motto to live by, but if it was up to me I would replace the laugh with write.
A dream without a goal is just a wish. The Chesapeake Synchronize Skaters’ dream of going to Nationals finally isRead more
Artists express their emotions through art; it doesn’t take a rocket science to figure it out, only understanding. The Baltimore MuseumRead more
Zach Azrael, an 18-year-old recent graduate of the Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School in Baltimore is one of 15 teenagersRead more
Liz Saloka is not the usual 19-year-old model. She is self-described proud nerd and graduate of Seton Keough High School whereRead more
Jason Kidd made his way to Vegas on Season 12 So You Think You Can Dance. This Baltimore native whoRead more