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Pirates invade Baltimore – ‘Arrrrrgh!’

They call it the “Privateer Festival!” It’s held in the oldest part of B’more in a hood named, “Fell’s Point.” A long time ago, like in 1726, they built ships at this site in the genre of “privateers,” such as […]

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Pirates invade Baltimore – ‘Arrrrrgh!’

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They call it the “Privateer Festival!” It’s held in the oldest part of B’more in a hood named, “Fell’s Point.” A long time ago, like in 1726, they built ships at this site in the genre of “privateers,” such as […]

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CityLit Festival celebrates its 11th Anniversary

The  CityLit Festival 2014 celebrated its 11th anniversary Saturday at the Enoch Pratt Central Library, at Cathedral & Mulberry St. in Baltimore. The all-day event spotlighted the literary arts and

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Taking a stand for peace at McKeldin Square

Just about every Friday, the “Women in Black,” show-up to demonstrate at McKeldin Square at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore. April 4th was no different. I got a chance

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Baltimore should look at a streetcar alternative to the Red Line

Baltimore Streetcar Museum (Wikipedia) The Baltimore Red Line project has stirred up a great deal of controversy over the past few years. As I wrote last week, it is 14.1-mile of

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Book Talk at Artifact Coffee with Jen Michalski

Author Jen Michalski hosted another segment Monday of the “Starts Here! at (Ivy Bookshop) Artifact Coffee Reading Series.” Artifact Coffee is a restaurant located at 1500 Union Avenue in Hamden,

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Max Obuszewski speaks on peace vigils and the movement

I sat on a bench with Max Obuszewki outside the Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation on Friday. The church located at St. Paul Street and University Parkway in Baltimore. It’s

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Pabu at the Four Seasons features excellent Japanese sushi

I recently made my first visit to Pabu Sushi Restaurant.  It is located on the lower level of the Four Seasons Hotel.  But there is no door from the

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Baltimore’s Red Line Project should be revisited before it’s too late

Baltimore City wants the Red Line to happen in the worst way. The Red Line is a proposed 14.1-mile, east-west transit line connecting the areas of I’ve lived here for a

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Danny Glover speaks out about Venezuela and challenges the ‘media’ in Baltimore

Actor and social justice activist Danny Glover just returned from visiting Venezuela and served on a panel Sunday discussing the the struggle in that South American country, along with

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Brewmore: Inspiration through beer and film

March 20th. The first day of spring. A century or so ago Baltimore breweries may have been busy brewing a Märzen, or March beer, which was traditional German beer

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