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A Son of Hampden: A Conversation with George Figgs

I had a conversation with one of Hampden’s unique sons – George Figgs on Saturday. He’s now residing across the Jones Falls in neighboring Woodberry. We sat down in his living room, filled with memorabilia of his days as the […]

A Son of Hampden: A Conversation with George Figgs

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I had a conversation with one of Hampden’s unique sons – George Figgs on Saturday. He’s now residing across the Jones Falls in neighboring Woodberry. We sat down in his living room, filled with memorabilia of his days as the […]

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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

Labor Day offers little to celebrate this year

Today is Labor Day, when Americans across the country celebrate — or mourn — the end of summer. The end of summer doesn’t really arrive until September 22 when

Letter to the Editor: Confederate statues on the run

I continue to be baffled by the late night romp of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to purge downtown Baltimore of a few lonesome Confederate statues. On a scale of

Photographer who shot iconic riot photo: ‘Everyone needs to wake up’

Photographer Devin Allen's image of a young masked man fleeing police officers during the Baltimore riots in 2015 landed on the cover of Time magazine and changed his life,

Pratt Street Power Plant (Baltimore) site of the old Six Flags Power Plant theme park wikimedia commons credit G. Edward Johnson

Exploring the Remains of Baltimore’s Six Flags Power Plant

Prompted by an incredible series of articles by Josh Young on ThemeParkUniversity.com, Monika and I decided to explore the remains of Six Flags Power Plant, a theme park that

Baltimore’s ‘R House’ – a tasty visit

Although it's been open since last December, I just recently made my first trip to R House. This is a large area, 50,000 square feet, if you include the

Treat minimum sentences like an emergency public health measure

By Nate Loewentheil For MarylandReporter.com Last week I was at a vigil for a young man named MJ in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. A few days earlier, he had

This little piggy went to market: Cochon555

They’re back; those delicious, plump heritage pigs will be making an appearance Sunday, August 6 at Cochon555 in Washington DC at the Watergate Hotel. An all out pig out and

Mi & Yu Noodle Shop expansion: Baltimore and Virginia

Mi & Yu Noodle Shop reminds me of Tampopo, a 1985 Japanese comedy of many subplots, but at its core, making that perfect bowl of slurpable ramen noodle soups

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