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Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

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  • The Contemporary creates a new grant, the Grit Fund, to support artist collaboration

    The Contemporary creates a new grant, the Grit Fund, to support artist collaboration
    On the heels of last week's Cultural Town Meeting, in which Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake lauded many of the city's arts-related grant opportunities, The Contemporary recently announced a new grant for that list. The Grit Fund is designed to support collaborative, artist-organized work in Baltimore that isn't eligible for the same funding for which large institutions and nonprofits are eligible.
  • Who benefits from the mayor's plan to boost the Baltimore art scene?

    Who benefits from the mayor's plan to boost the Baltimore art scene?
    During the Cultural Town Meeting on Wednesday night at the Maryland Historical Society, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake boasted the numerous arts- and community-based projects, research, and grants that are supposed to help accomplish her goal of...

    Costello sworn in as council members explain their votes

    Costello sworn in as council members explain their votes
    The City Council voted 12-0 and then Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake confirmed Eric Costello as the 11th District city councilman tonight, after a series of speeches in which council members explained that, while they did not think the process by which...

    Come Mayor $RB, Won't You Smoke a Little Weed With Me?

    Come Mayor $RB, Won't You Smoke a Little Weed With Me?
    They arrested me for having weed in my high school parking lot when I was 16. I have been an outlaw ever since.  The moment itself was horrible—I got pulled over by the cops into the school parking lot on an exam day when everyone was out at...

    High Times

    High Times
    Come Oct. 1, people in Maryland caught with less than 10 grams of pot or less will no longer face criminal penalties, thanks to the April 7 passage of a marijuana-decriminalization bill in the Maryland General Assembly, which Gov. Martin O’Malley...