08 February 2009

Bill Cosby Visits Baltimore -- Sheila Dixon Responds

Click the link below to see Bill Cosby's visit to Baltimore yesterday and to hear Mayor Sheila Dixon's response to me about Bill Cosby's talk.

It should be noted that no interviews were granted to any of the major mainstream media in attendance. My interview with Mayor Dixon was the only one done by her at this event.

Click the play button below to view the video report

What's Up Baltimore? -- Weekend Update

Bill Cosby Visits Baltimore -- What's Up Baltimore Weekend Update from MacArthur Media on Vimeo.

"It Takes A Village" As part of the official city celebration of black history month, comedian Bill Cosby delivered the keynote address.

Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon remarks on his speech.

Reporting by A.F. James MacArthur of MacArthur International Media

filed by A.F. James MacArthur

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