The Maryland Public Service Commission announced Monday that a  new area code will soon appear on Maryland phones. Beginning June 14, telephone customers in the current 240 and 301 area code regions who request new service, or an additional line, may be assigned a number in the 227 area code. Join Our Text Club To […] The post New “227” Area Code To Appear On Maryland Phones Beginning June 14 appeared first on 92 Q.

Financial expert, Clyde Anderson joins the Get Up Church this morning to give us some tips on creating a plan that fits your Summer month plans.

If you’re looking for a place to raise your children, you may want to reconsider these cities. According to a new study conducted by WalletHub, Baltimore was ranked the eighth worst city to raise a family in. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text […] The post Baltimore Ranked 8th Worst City To Raise A Family appeared first on 92 Q.

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Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell

Dr. Willie Jolley’s principle to win BIG today is “Grow Your Marriage with Friendship and It Can Fly”

The Roots Picnic Festival took place this past weekend and Mary Mary, along with award-winning bass player and award-winning Music Director Adam Blackstone and rising singer/actress Coco Jones took the crowd at Mann at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, Pa to church.

Miles Morales returns as Black Spider-Man in a sequel that packs on a lot yet saves room for more. The post Review: ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Is A Solid Addition To The Black Superhero Canon appeared first on Black America Web.

Black Music Month

    We continue our Black Music Month celebration, spotlighting the moments that made history. In the past 50 years, there may not have been a bigger moment than what happened on August 11th, 1973. On that day, a culture was born. READ MORE BLACK MUSIC MONTH STORIES ON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM: On August 11th, 1973 at […] The post 1973: The Birth of Hip-Hop | Black Music Month appeared first on Black America Web.

We reviewed the inspiring story of LeBron James & his Day Ones in the Peacock film 'Shooting Stars,' and "GRIFF" even spoke with the director.

The reporting of the deaths of inmates in New York City jails has stopped abruptly and according to the Department of Corrections will not be resumed. The decision has left advocacy groups and the families of inmates incensed as the news comes amidst a federal monitor criticizing the management of the city's jail system including Rikers Island.

Sherri Shepherd's Wigs Fell Off While Reporting On Sarah Jakes Robert's Powerful Wig Tossing Sermon

These Black musicians-turned-actors lit up the small screen in their respective TV guest cameos. The post 15 Standout TV Show Cameos By Black Musicians appeared first on Black America Web.