Cabbie Tells Stories of Little-Known Neighborhoods

Native Baltimorean wishes residents would take advantage of what city has to offer

By Jacques Kelly (The Baltimore Sun, 9/21/2012)

“…I liked the tale of the Fells Point bartender whose car was towed to an impound lot off Lafayette Avenue in a lightly traveled part of West Baltimore. Agitated that he’d have to cough up $280 to get his car back, the bartender started verbally trashing the neighborhood where the car was taken. Logan patiently took the time to show him that only a away it was really a middle-class enclave of 1920s porch-front homes with well-tended gardens. It was, however, a part of the city largely unknown and untraveled by white residents.”

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