Ask someone the question, “Why do our inner cities look the way they do?” and you’ll get a lot ofRead more
Jason spent eight years at T. Rowe Price serving in various roles from investment counseling to retirement planning. In 2005, he became Senior Security Analyst at Wells Fargo Corporate Trust in their Residential Mortgage-backed Securities division. He has contributed to several financial newsletters and the Motley Fool website while completing his thesis and Master’s Degree in Government from the Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Program. He resides in Baltimore.
My last post dealt with the state of Maryland gradually raising its minimum wage over the next five years. ItRead more
In case you haven’t heard: Governor Martin O’Malley stated that his top priority of his final legislative session in officeRead more
Baltimore Streetcar Museum (Wikipedia) The Baltimore Red Line project has stirred up a great deal of controversy over the pastRead more
Baltimore City wants the Red Line to happen in the worst way. The Red Line is a proposed 14.1-mile, east-westRead more
For the past nine months the media has reported about a new project that would act as an urban revitalizationRead more
The Southeast Baltimore I remember looked nothing like it does today. Patterson Park had a park. Highlandtown had shopping onRead more