ASALH (Association for the Study of African American Life and History)
ASALH, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History is an organization committed to creating and disseminating knowledge by providing events and organizational activities to enhance the knowledge of all citizens concerning the rich life, history and culture of African Americans.
The Writes and Book Festival will provide exposure to a diverse group of writers and their literary works from the communities of Baltimore for the public’s viewing and purchasing pleasure. Vendors and refreshments will also be available to the public free of charge.
ASALH Julian Branch writers and Book Festival will take place on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 1-4 p.m. at the Windsor Mill Middle School, 8300 Windsor Mill Road, Windsor Mill, Maryland. The types of books available at this festival are historical, children’s book;, religious; sports; biographical; food; fiction; non-fiction; health; African American life and culture, including yours truly’s books. Yes! I will be there with my books looking forward to meeting you and signing your book. For more information, contact Mary Brown at 443-864-4699 or Charles Minor at 443-743-8041.
August Wilson’s Radio Golf on stage at Everyman Theatre
August Wilson’s Radio Golf stage play directed by Carl Cofield will be at Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette Street in Baltimore thru Sunday, November 17, 2019. Radio Golf tells the story of Harmond Wilks, a successful real estate developer running to be the first black mayor of Pittsburgh in 1997. Harmond sets up his campaign office in the heart of his childhood neighborhood-the Hill District, which could be a mirror image of our own Lexington Market area.
Learn about this amazing work and how much it lifts up and examines issues that are so relevant and concerning to Baltimore City today. For more information, call Jenny at 443-614-7055 ext.7132.
DJ Mel Entertainemnt and WMEL Radio 2019 WMEL Radio Honors
DJ Mel Entertainment & WMEL Radio will host an event on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at the American Legion Post #285 located at 2324 McElderry Street, honoring the work of singing groups and artists such as: The Whatnauts; First Class; The Softones; Empress of R&B Natasha C. Coward; Damon Harris; the Jewels; Billy Stewart; Bobby Starr; Panama; The Choice 4; the Crosswind; Karenlinette; and the Hardway Connection. Also DJ Mel is honoring yours truly, Rosa Pryor; Keith “Showtime” Busey; Jowan Larue; Nick Johnson; Viola Griffin; Janora “Lady J” Winkler; Kenneth “DJ Kay” Anderson; Keith Rogers; Millie Battle; Prime Time Gary Ellerbe; Kevin “Slow Jammin”; and James “Big Jim” Staton. My lands of Mercy! Folks this is an event you don’t want to miss.
Baltimore Museum of Art presents Generations: A History of Black Abstract Art
This month, the Baltimore Museum of Art presents more than 70 paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media works by black artists from the 1940’s to the present offering a sweeping new perspective on the evolution of abstraction.
Just recently, matriarchs of Baltimore’s art community, Joyce J. Scott and Oletha DeVane were there with a lively conversation with renowned art historians Dr. Leslie King Hammond and Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims.
This work of art is presented by The Helis Foundation and organized by the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. For those of you who love this type of art will truly love this exhibit.
The BMA is located at 10 Art Museum Drive in Baltimore. A few weeks ago, my husband, Shorty and I were invited to take a tour of this amazing museum and not knowing a darn thing about art, I was truly fascinated with the works of art on display. I can only imagine that the people out there who know the art world how much you would enjoy the tour of this exciting building.
Oh my goodness, I am out of space, just when I was getting started. I got to go now, but remember if you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS.