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How to get private investors to invest in Baltimore’s social ills

As my last column on the Harbor Point Project began to make its rounds on different sites, I started to see some disturbing commentary. A lot of people feel that as cities pursue development dollars and the jobs that come […]

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How to get private investors to invest in Baltimore’s social ills

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As my last column on the Harbor Point Project began to make its rounds on different sites, I started to see some disturbing commentary. A lot of people feel that as cities pursue development dollars and the jobs that come […]

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Charles Street gets a lift!

Artscape opening a huge hit

Artscape 2014 opened Friday in Baltimore. It’s now known as “America’s largest free arts festival.” A huge crowd attended the event. Artscape takes place at and around Charles Street, Mt.

Sieera Club

Activists protest at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, chanting ‘No Cove Point’

All photos by Bonnie Lane except noted. Hundreds of activists from several Mid- Atlantic states and beyond gathered Julu 12 near the U.S. Capitol reflecting pool before marching to the

Beatty Development Corp. website

Harbor Point Project: More jobs, more income inequality

Artist’s rendering of Habor Point, from Beatty Development website. Let’s face it. America has become a highly polarized society on many fronts. We have drawn battle lines from race to

Cheering the Parade On

Gay Pride Parade Rocks: Heather Mizeur gets spotlight

Saturday in Baltimore was the most fun-filled, colorful Pride parade in my memory. It started with a race, with high heels, that began at Charles & Eager Streets and ended at

The Conowingo Dam

Conowingo Dam, Port Deposit and Bainbridge are worth a visit

The Conowingo Dam is located about 40 miles from Baltimore City. Think seriously about turning that television off on a Saturday and Sunday afternoon and getting into your car and traveling north on Belair

Morley

Los Angeles-based street artist ‘Morley’ visits Baltimore to promote new book

Morley A Los Angeles-based street artist, “Morley,” was co-featured at the Ivy Bookshop May 29th. He was in town to promote his new book, “If You’re Reading This, There is Still Time.” Morley’s

Afterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference.

St. Francis Neighborhood Center handles delinquency and victims the right way

Aterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference. (Courtesy) While researching my post last week on Baltimore's curfew, I found some interesting facts on the

Kevin Zeese, Ian Schlakman & Jim Johnson (Cooperative Challenges & Strategies)

Economy conference hits Baltimore

Kevin Zeese, Ian Schlakman & Jim Johnson (Cooperative Challenges & Strategies) Photos by Bonnie Lane. Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers of Popular Resistance brought the It’s Our Economy Conference to

Vince and Joe

Baltimore’s in love with the Bard

(Vince Eisenson and Joseph Grasso) I'm a Brit in Baltimore and I recently toured with the amazing Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) around schools in Maryland with their spring production of Romeo and Juliet. The

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