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Poetry Field Report: Wilde Readings

Ann Bracken shares a poem at Wilde Readings. An open mic plus featured readers, Wilde Readings, take place at Columbia Art Center.  The readings are put together by Maryland poets, Laura Shovan, LindaJoy Burke, and Ann Bracken. They all know […]

Poet Ann Bracken at Wilde Readings credit Rocky Jones

Poetry Field Report: Wilde Readings

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Ann Bracken shares a poem at Wilde Readings. An open mic plus featured readers, Wilde Readings, take place at Columbia Art Center.  The readings are put together by Maryland poets, Laura Shovan, LindaJoy Burke, and Ann Bracken. They all know […]

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Episcopal Bishop Eugene Sutton Champions the Cause of the “Dreamers”

A spirited rally was held on the afternoon of September 13, 2017, in Bishop’s Park, Baltimore, Maryland. A crowd of about 150 were present. The park is located at

Veterans don’t ignore the red flags

The thing about the Veterans Affairs Department is that it is a big bureaucracy. That’s the way most people think of it — which is really just one way

Next Exit Travel Bahamas Bat Cave credit Davida G. Breier

To the Bat Cave!

On the way to the hotel, we passed a road sign that pointed to “The Caves.” There was a small, unassuming parking lot and a stone chair, but not

Annapolis for the day

For weeks you've been thinking about a place to go for the day. School is back and time is limited. OK stop fretting I have the answer. Do what

Emvolio could be the next big thing in health care

Always in our modern history the human world has continued to pursue anything and everything that helps us live longer and better. Way back in 1870 Louis Pasteur established

Ben Jealous calls for University of Baltimore to say no to Betsy DeVos

Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Ben Jealous, sharply criticized the picking of the controversial Betsy DeVos, the U.S. Secretary of Education, as the University of Baltimore’s commencement speaker. She is scheduled to

Landmark hospitality at Richmond’s Jefferson Hotel and Lemaire Restaurant

From the moment my car approached the impressive 19th century Jefferson Hotel, pulled into the cobblestoned drive lined with well-manicured topiary, greenery and flowers, I knew then that a

Taylor Swift: ‘Look What You Made Me Eat!’

Taylor Swift (Eva Rinaldi via Flickr Creative Commons) The biggest news in the music industry is the new release of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” single (already

Maryland’s best hideaway places: Port Deposit, Conowingo Dam & the Susquehanna River

It’s one of my favorite, small Maryland towns - Port Deposit. It sits on the upper bank of the Susquehanna River between the Conowingo Dam and I-95. It lies

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