Theo Anthony discusses his new documentary, Rat Film

Aww, rats! By: David A. Chiodaroli Staff Writer For Baltimore resident and independent filmmaker Theo Anthony, it all started with a rat in a trashcan. “I was coming home from the bar one night and I heard this sound coming from a trashcan,”Anthony says. “So, I took out my cellphone and I just started filming.”…

Baltimore, the leading location for women in business

Women in business are said to be more successful in Baltimore By Lawanda Johnson Digital Content Manager The ongoing battle for women’s equality in the world of business has been a tough battle to fight, especially within the United States. Historically speaking, men have been more likely to obtain a white-collar job inside of the…

An interview with two young Baltimore music producers

By: Matt Nickelson I had the fortunate opportunity to discuss music with two local music producers: MYNDS (Collins Ukegbu) and Big-O (Austin Okafor), the creative minds behind 808Bit. What genre would you classify your music in? Big O: I primarily do hip-hop but I have dabbled in other genres like reggae, R&B, funk, and afro beat….