William Gay born January 1,  is an American football coach and former cornerback , who is the current defensive backs coach for the Missouri State Bears. He played college football for the University of Louisville for head coach Bobby Petrino from to before being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Gay signed with the Cardinals prior to the NFL season before returning to Pittsburgh the following year. Gay attended James S. Rickards High School in Tallahassee, Florida , where he played quarterback, wide receiver and safety for the Raiders. He racked up over 1, all-purpose yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior.
‘Its Our Story’: New Book Explores Aftermath Of Freddie Gray’s Death From Eyewitness Accounts
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Each one, Moore said, tells an important story, not just about that moment but what the city can learn from it. In his new book, readers re-live the five fateful days after the funeral through the firsthand accounts of those who lived through them. Last weekend, the Enoch Pratt Library brought most of those voices together — attorney Billy Murphy, a former police major, a public defender, the sister of a victim and Greg Butler, who infamously cut a fire hose aimed at a burning CVS — to talk about the book. Butler later apologized in court, served supervised release, is paying restitution and is now a dean and a basketball coach at a Baltimore charter school. It tells a story of hope and disillusionment. It tells the story of a beautiful future and also a frustrating reality. Baltimore News.
Baltimore Sun’s 2020 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: Neil Meltzer
Although Washington, D. Baltimore is Maryland's largest city and located just 40 miles northeast of Washington. While the city is a worthwhile destination for any traveler for its long history and trendy neighborhoods, LGBT tourists will find Baltimore to be especially welcoming and open. It's the hometown of iconic gay filmmaker John Waters and his drag queen muse, Divine, and the Mount Vernon neighborhood is one of the longest-established gay districts in the country. If you're on the lookout for something different from the stereotypical gay bars, then this city will likely appeal to you.
The Pride Center of Maryland , formerly the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland , is a c 3 nonprofit organization  serving the lesbian , gay , bisexual and transgender population of Baltimore and the Baltimore metropolitan area , located at North Charles Street on the third floor in Baltimore. The Center was co-founded by Paulette Young, who became the Center's first president. In March, , the Center rented a building at Maryland Avenue and within a month under the auspices of the Center, the Baltimore Health Clinic opened for business.