In 2014, the Central Baltimore Partnership put together a task force of neighborhood representatives to study the high concentration ofRead more
Robert Emmet Mara has been in Baltimore since 2006. A native New Yorker, Robert came to Baltimore to do three things: work with kids, renovate houses and write a second book of fiction. Since his arrival, he has managed to do all three and more.
He has sought better oversight for his still blighted Harwood neighborhood from the city and has been asked to speak to various community association leaders on the subject of city agency relations.
In 1839, a 35-year- old Benjamin Disraeli spoke thus in the British House of Commons: “Whenever is found what isRead more
Dear John, I appreciate your job as Speaker is a difficult one, with nary a day’s rest. Some have likenedRead more
I first met Deandre when he was 14, on a player/coach bonding walk along the Gwynn’s Falls Trail through underutilizedRead more
The story my father told his kids too often went like this: in the fall of 1939, he attended hisRead more
While many of the nations’ capital pundits took issue with Vladimir Putin’s OpEd in the NY Times at the endRead more
It’s been said the FBI used to do its recruiting at Holy Cross while the CIA did theirs at Yale.Read more
Call it the Levant: the stretch of land where the southeast of Europe connects paths in Turkey toward Asia andRead more
In the Northern hemisphere, August is often a time of reflection before the upward march with school and kids throughRead more
There are many signs across the nation of our degeneration. Broken windows in rusting factories are surrounded by buckled sidewalksRead more