Apr 3, 2013
The Baltimore Sun
Inspiration for 'Roc' television show killed after city argument
The 80-year-old man killed in Northeast Baltimore Monday after police said a punch made him fall and hit his head was the inspiration for the 1991 TV show "Roc." John Wood formed the basis for the lead character on the Fox TV show by Baltimore actor Charles S. Dutton.
Mayoral candidates debate one another while Mayor spends her Night Out
It was certainly the most well attended community debate to date. It was well organized, immaculately set-up and overwhelmingly viewed via live feed on the Empowerment Temple website , as well as heard on weaa.org. They had two throwback moderators, a well respected morning show host giving a brief 'State of the City', as well as a choir that made ...
Dialing for dollars and debates have seemed to replace door knocking in 2011
Field operations have been pushed aside for other mass communicational styled services in Baltimore City's Mayoral Elections.
Lesbian couple gets apology
The president of the oldest shopping center in Raleigh, N.C., says he has apologized to a lesbian couple who were ejected from the mall by a security guard.