Edwin Warfield, publisher of citybizlist and former publisher of Warfield’s and The Daily Record, has announced the launch of a new website dedicated to the popular CEO video interviews he has published on citybizlist. The new site, known as Warfield.co, will serve as a dedicated repository for more than 300 interviews Warfield has conducted over the last two years. Those interviewed include entrepreneurs, CEOs, angels, disruptors, innovators and professionals in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington.
For the second time in a week, Baltimore police are confronting a video that showed an officer using violent force during an arrest. The latest incident comes as city officials push for all officers to wear body cameras.
The latest incident happened early Tuesday outside a Greenmount Avenue nightclub. According to the Baltimore Sun, a group of five officers used batons and Tasers while arresting a man, Jamar Kennedy, outside Melba’s Place.
I’ve long thought that working in pediatric oncology (that is, cancer treatment for kids) would be one of the saddest things in the world. But apparently not at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where doctors, nurses, patients, and staff wear clown noses, strum guitars, dance like maniacs, and race tiny race cars — at least according to the video above.
If you’ve ever been charged with making a holiday card for a group of critical people — hey, if you’ve ever had to work with other people at all — you’ll be able to appreciate Johns Hopkins’ 2012 video holiday “card,” which manages to capture both the stress and the sweetness of the season all at once.
Remember when Ray Lewis gave a rousing pep talk to the Stanford basketball team last year (thus inspiring them to win the NIT championship)? After hearing about Lewis’s torn right triceps, the team recorded its own series of you-can-do-it to inspire (and thank) the Ravens linebacker. It’s not quite as loud and heartwarming as Lewis’s speech, but then again, there’s only one Ray Lewis.