The Calvert School is pleased to host an Independent School Admission Workshop and Lunch on Thursday, May 14th at 11:45 A.M. This is the 2nd annual workshop, and Calvert is looking forward to another informative event for parents looking at the Independent Schools Network. The workshop is not specific to Calvert’s process, so all are welcome! Click here for more details.
Saturday was the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and like you’d expect, President Obama yucked it up at his and everyone else’s expense for a good 20 minutes. Read More →
The Drudge Report isn’t known for being the most balanced or accurate news source. Still, Matt Drudge’s tweet about the weekend protests in Baltimore is a particularly egregious fail. Read More →
You have to be pretty special to get a degree from Johns Hopkins, which means you have to be extra special to be deemed worthy of an honorary degree. This year’s recipients are a laudable bunch, including a Baltimore politician, distinguished musicians, and a public health hero. Read More →
Blaster Al Ackerman was more than a writer and a mail artist. He was a full-on cult figure, whose sayings (e.g., “May you be blessed to work in a despised medium”) are widely quoted and whose pranks and stunts (e.g., performing his work with a bar of soap in his mouth) have become legendary. Read More →
Monday Morning Headlines: Protests, Protests, Protests; Orioles Rout Red Sox; Hogan Focuses on Maryland’s Structural Deficit; and More
Rep. Cummings Reflect on Baltimore’s Violent Protests – CBS Baltimore
Batts email praises police for being ‘scary good’ at protests – Baltimore Sun
City leaders call for peace after 35 arrests, 6 officers injured – Baltimore Sun
Rascovar: Hogan begins taming Maryland’s structural deficit – Maryland Reporter
Orioles Get 20 Hits In 18-7 Rout Of Red Sox – CBS Baltimore
In aftermath of Freddie Gray protests, ‘patronize restaurants and businesses,’ city leader says – Baltimore Business Journal
Nearly a week after Freddie Gray died in police custody, hundreds of people marched from West Baltimore to City Hall on Saturday demanding justice in the case. After the pre-planned rally at City Hall was over, pockets of violence flared up as protests continued near Camden Yards, and at other points along Pratt Street. Check out some photos: Read More →
|The big day for the animals is this Sunday! Join the Maryland SPCA, rain or shine, at Druid Hill Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the 20th Annual March for the Animals.
Pet Costume Contest! Games!
Demonstrations! And, so much more!
The March for the Animals offers an exciting day packed full of fun activities for the entire family.
Delicious food! Pet-friendly vendors! Kids’ activity tent! A 1.5-mile walk around Druid Hill Lake! There’s plenty to see and do. If you’re an animal-lover, this is the place to be. (SeeSunday’s schedule on the left!)
|Directions, Parking & Map|
Not familiar with the Druid Park area? Don’t let that stop you and Fluffy from enjoying this wonderful day together… Plug it into your GPS! DRUID HILL PARK: 3001 EAST DRIVE, BALTIMORE, MD 21217
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