Rambling Rose


Hello everyone! I hope you and your families are doing well. It has been a rough couple of months for so many people. I mean that is an understatement, it is a terrible situation. I'm speaking about the attack in Los Vegas, the hurricane disaster in Puerto Rico, California burning and people dying in the inferno; yes it has been a horrible time for so many. Please keep these people in your prayers. In the meantime, I am going to try to uplift your spirit with some fun stuff. So hold on to my coattail and let’s ride!


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Skip Mohoney & the Casuals, the Ebony’s and BADD will be perform live on stage at the Forest Park Senior Center, 4801 Liberty Heights Avenue, for the “Ultimate Cabaret from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. old school style. BYOB and BYOF with free setup on Saturday, October 21. For tickets call 410-790-9333.

For my jazz lovers, Caton Castle will not let you down. I promise you, every Saturday from 6-10 p.m., 20 S. Caton Avenue is a place you can enjoy good music, by the best of the best musicians, good food, with a wide range menu from fried and baked chicken to fresh fried fish; greens; candied sweets; turkey wings; breast stuffed with crab meat; roast beef; and all types of vegetables. I love their food, my hat is off to the chef. Check it out and when you get there, ask for Ron Scott, the owner and tell him I sent you to have dinner and to see an unforgettable jazz show.

Checking in with my friends over at the Baltimore Office of Promotion & Arts and found out they are hosting an event in the month of October, called “Free Fall Baltimore”. A lot of entertainment stuff is going on for all walks of life and for all ages. This event offers hundreds of free arts and cultural events for the whole family throughout the month. Participating venues throughout the city are held in conjunction with National Arts and Humanities. Area attractions and organizations showcase the importance of the arts with free concerts; dance; theater performances; festivals; lectures; workshops; art exhibitions; tours; special events and much more. A full schedule of events and participation organizations can be found on www.freefallbaltimore.org. Or if you do not have access to a computer, call 410-752-8632.

Okay, my good friends, the rest of the good time events are with the pictures on my page including, Dr. Phill Butt’s event; the dynamite cabaret coming to the Forest Park Senior Center and Shirley Nathan-Pulliam Prayer Breakfast at Martin West. So have fun and enjoy life.

Before I leave you, I want to give condolences to Baltimore’s own renowned international recording artist and singer, Gabrielle Goodman and her family for the loss of her mother and to the family of Anthony “Doc Doo-Wop” Ferrelle who passed away last week.

Well, that’s it. I got to go now. But remember, if you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at rosapryor@aol.com. My website is: www.rambling-rose.com. UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS.