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  • Conflicts of Interest: Mea Culpa

    Conflicts of Interest: Mea Culpa
    I’ve been writing a lot about Light City, the light festival slated to take place in March 2016 in the Inner Harbor, because it is an opportunity to see how a big festival comes to be—even if it sounds sickeningly bad sometimes. There is this model, where it sort of comes about by fiat—some people in power are enamored by an idea and they push it on everyone else (think Grand Prix). And then there is the model of last weekend’s Print City, which included Open Space’s Publications and Multiples Fair and the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Contemporary Print Fair. PMF grew up organically and slowly over the past several years until this year’s, which took place at the new Baltimore Design School and was a major event that also helped encourage other galleries to hold openings on the same weekend, especially in the new Bromo district. With Future Fest also happening in Station North, it felt like an art festival that actually encompassed much of the city.
  • The Mail 4/1/15

    The Mail 4/1/15
    Benched Slogan Your amazing study of city benches and the U.S. Census was a novel and important means of exploring Baltimore neighborhoods, changing demographics, and landscape (“Benchmarks Revisited,” Feature, Match 25). This article is...

    Wandering Eye: The NRA is winning the gun-control debate, how development works in Baltimore, and more

    Wandering Eye: The NRA is winning the gun-control debate, how development works in Baltimore, and more
    Here in Baltimore, where guns are used to shoot people pretty much every day, controlling the availability of firearms is perhaps seen as a fundamental public-health priority. Not so elsewhere in this country, though. Pew Research Center has been tracking...

    Comings and Goings: La Cuchara, Clavel, Heavy Seas Beer's Island Jam Music Festival

    Comings and Goings: La Cuchara, Clavel, Heavy Seas Beer's Island Jam Music Festival
    - Come mid-April you’ll be able to jump off the light rail and, within minutes, be sitting at a bar throwing back pintxos—small tapas popular in the Basque region of northern Spain and southern France—and sipping on wine while you...

    Conflicts Of Interest: Untangling Light City Baltimore 2016

    Conflicts Of Interest: Untangling Light City Baltimore 2016
    “Can we really get holographic 3-D figures on the Harbor?” David Warnock asked three guests on his WYPR show “Baltimore’s Future with David Warnock,” for which his foundation was an underwriter at the time. “We could...