Musical participants at the concert. (Pic. taken from invite)

It is in one of the busiest parts of Howard Park in Northwest Baltimore Maryland.

Boxed in by a funeral home and a gas station, this building once hosted many talented black performers; it was later converted to a movie theatre, then a Christian church, and now it’s a relic.

This neighborhood once stationed a black owned supermarket, that thrived for a short while before demise set in. (, (Super Pride, closed in 1987) The four corners had several black owned businesses that have all demised, replaced by churches, a Muslim Mosque, and a thriving black funeral home.


Could the Ambassador make a comeback?

In 2018 the winds of change began blowing to spend millions in refurbishment, however, the silver lining needs binoculars to see the “coming” in the distance.

Towards the end of this summer, MY GIRL CHERYL (Cheryl Goodman of Facebook, former DJ, WEAA -FM Baltimore), kept “hope alive” by holding a one-day festival. was present.

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