The plight of West Baltimore was back on the airwaves as NPR’s Rachel Martin interviewed a community activist from Sandtown about what is and is not happening in the neighborhood. Read More →
Never underestimate the ability of people sitting around on vacation to get some footage for those of us stuck working to enjoy. The latest viral video from the shore involves beach umbrellas moving with reckless abandon as a thunderstorm appears to set to descend on an Ocean City beach. If it weren’t so terrifying to imagine being caught in the middle of, the video would be kind of beautiful. Read More →
This summer, we have asked our intern, Bryn Mawr School Senior Madi Johnson, to get some insight from area students about the hot issues of the day. We want to know what the leaders of tomorrow think! Want to add your voice to the debate? Email Madi at email@example.com.
Earlier this summer, 21 year-old Dylann Roof opened fire on a Bible study group at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina leaving nine people dead. Several days later, images surfaced of Roof posing with the Confederate flag. Roof’s association with the flag, an emblem of Southern heritage to some and racism to others, triggered a debate about the appropriateness of such symbols across the nation, including in Baltimore.
This column, That Nature Show, is about the nature right under your nose, in our backyards, playgrounds and parks! Stop and look around, you’ll be amazed at what surrounds you.
In Cambridge, Massachusetts where I am reporting live for the next three weeks, I am hanging out with mothers, like an embedded anthropologist. Read More →
Normalizing relations between Cuba and the U.S. are opening up all sorts of new possibilities (remember those non-stop flights between BWI and Havana?). Now Johns Hopkins is taking advantage of the changing status of Cuba by offering a semester-long study abroad program on the island, in partnership with a consortium of other schools. Read More →
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