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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

Nose-picking, cringe-worthy Skynyrd tunes, and automatic defibrillators: The Nose goes to Gov. Hogan's inaugural gala

Nose-picking, cringe-worthy Skynyrd tunes, and automatic defibrillators: The Nose goes to Gov. Hogan's inaugural gala

Daniella, the new Maryland governor’s 2-year-old granddaughter, just wouldn’t quit. There she was, up on the stage in her mom’s arms, right next to Larry Hogan at his inaugural gala at the Baltimore Convention Center, way past bedtime on the evening of Jan. 21, wearing a glittery gold dress, doing what toddlers are wont to do: insistently mining the contents of her nose.  The well-lit act was being closed-circuit broadcast onto numerous enormous screens placed throughout the massive hall, a live-action spectacle for a large audience, preserved for posterity. When her mom couldn’t get Daniella to stop, she turned her back to the crowd to save us from...

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