Hot Fudge Wednesdays

Hot Fudge Wednesdays By Lexie Mountain
Hot Fudge Wednesdays: A rat's guide to Artscape

I gotta say, there's nothing like being a rat in Baltimore, and there's nothing like Artscape to touch a rat where it counts. When I'm not transmitting leptospirosis through my feces, I love to kick back and trash surf with the locals. This will be my second year at Artscape and therefore my last, so take part in some social learning and absorb wisdom gained in my eighteen months of existence.

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Hot Fudge Wednesdays: Mingling with Complete Strangers 101

Nothing says Spring has Sprang like tulips and gratuitous dating advice, and I'm all out of tulips! As a human person who has been single for longer than one month, I am officially Now An Expert On Being Single and I'm feeling generous with my knowledge, honey! Take advantage of this spontaneous outpouring. Hold a bucket under this truth fountain.

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Hot Fudge Wednesdays: Put on your End-Times Cardigan

It's spring and I have my finger-wagging pants on! One question for people who live in the vicinity of cars and the question is, WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Maybe I'm getting conservative in my moderately advanced dog years. I confess that on a stroll in Mount Vernon last spring, I espied a man's bare ankles and immediately took ill.

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Hot Fudge Wednesdays: Fun with the Constitution

Since Jan. 2, an armed militia calling themselves the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom have "occupied" federal lands and buildings in Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Led by two of the sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, more than a hundred militants justify the action as a protest of federal overreach and intend to stay, in the words of Ammon Bundy, "indefinitely."

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Hot Fudge Wednesdays: Top 10 Wetlands You Can't Google Yourself Out Of

Can I tell you something extremely personal? I'm on the Eastern Shore for a full week, and two days in, my pelvis is vibrating. Faintly, arrhythmically, sure, but as I sit here on a lawn chair in a garage, slapping December mosquitoes, the bones cradling my reproductive organs hum in a sort of downward fashion. When I was born, my hips were, medically speaking, all fudged out.

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Hot Fudge Wednesdays: Ride with every color of the rainbow

A few weeks ago, Gov. Larry Hogan unveiled a brand-new website dedicated to thinking about proposing to maybe solve some of the issues facing Baltimore City's public transportation system, calling the plan outlined on the MTA's BaltimoreLink website "incredible" and "comprehensive."

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