Category Archives: Art

Bikers Take a Break. Sunday Afternoon in Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, 1973

Click to Enlarge Bikers Take a Break. Sunday Afternoon in Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1973 From the series Southern Roads/City Pavements © 1973, Roland L. Freeman Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection  

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Even the Flesh Is a Mask: Reflections in the Cobbled Spookhouse of Laure Drogoul

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Excerpt from our friend Rupert Wondolowski’s ongoing “Saints & Haints of Baltimore: A Secret History of The Baltimore Underground, 1984-2014, Hidden in the Drawer of a Dust Mote” with added visuals and links from BoL. Even the Flesh Is a … Continue reading

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Still of the Night

A Photo Essay by Patrick Joust (Baltimore Magazine, July 2014) Patrick Joust is a librarian I work with at the Enoch Pratt Central Library. Whenever he’s not helping the good citizens of Baltimore with their queries, tech-savvy Patrick can be … Continue reading

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