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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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America’s Strangest People: Baltimore #17

(Travel + Leisure, 12/2011) Voters were a little put off by these Marylandians, who came in next-to-last place for looks and last place for making one feel safe. To explore the city’s goofier side, come to the Hampden area in … Continue reading

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Bob Hieronimus’s Trippy Campaign Poster for William Donald Schaefer

By John Lewis (Baltimore Magazine, 4/21/2011) As unlikely as it seems, Bob Hieronimus designed a campaign poster for William Donald Schaefer’s 1971 mayoral run. Pictured above, it was done with Schaefer’s blessing, and here’s an explanation, via Hieronimus, of how … Continue reading

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The Only Place To Go (The Bluesette, 1967)

By Eirik Tecumseh Blom, photos by C. B. Nieberding (Baltimore Magazine, 9/1967) Eirik Tecumseh Blom —there’s American Indian blood in those veins, along with the Scandinavian — describes himself as “barely a post-teenager.” At 20, he has been a cook, … Continue reading

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