Author Archives: The Rev. Dorothy S. Boulware

  • Baltimore Preacher Writes Path to Healing

    Trouble is a phenomenon that finds everyone, but it has a beginning and an ending. That’s the message the Rev. Dr. Dana Neal posits in her new book, “Released in the Spirit,” hot off the presses for those who are pressed. “I just want people to know that there is ...

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  • ‘The Avenue’ To Be Revisited

    Eastsiders call Broadway “The Avenue.” Hampdenites give that designation to 36th Street, known nationally for its Christmas lights extravaganza. But for the African-American community of Baltimore, especially those who live on the west side, “The Avenue” will always ...

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  • Slots Finally

    After a two-year wait Marylanders will finally start to get the gaming terminals they overwhelmingly voted for in 2008. On Sept. 30, Perryville in Cecil County will launch with 1,500 machines in a new facility, according to Donald Fry, chair of the Video Lottery Facilities Location Commission ...

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  • ‘Doc’ Set for Next Level Leadership

    The man called “Doc” by his friends, who has come to embody the local branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, is ready to begin a new phase in his career. Marvin Cheatham, who Pinder Group CEO Sharon Pinder says has restored the NAACP brand, is ...

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  • Dr. John L. Wright

    Dr. John L. Wright was what could be called a persistent advocate; he seized every opportunity to make his voice heard. He even turned his AFRO church directory ad into a personal billboard, decrying injustice, encouraging protest, signifying that which had been determined to be insignificant. ...

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