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  • Wally GPX prepares for another adventure. - Photo courtesy of Michael Wallace
    Wally’s world: A picturesque path
    May 28, 2014, No comments

    He’s not painting Impressionist haystacks through the four seasons, and he’s not taping the word “yes” to the ceiling for the delight of ladder-climbing gallery-goers. Michael Wallace, a.k.a. Wally GPX, […]

  • Frog
    Hopping into history in Patterson Park
    May 21, 2014, No comments

        Last Wednesday in Patterson Park, city kids enjoyed a favorite activity of kids all over: putting their hands on slimy frogs. The 48th annual Preakness Frog Hop, which […]

  • Rafael Alvarez at “the office,” Highlandtown’s G & A Restaurant. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    A reading from ‘The Holy Land’
    May 21, 2014, 3 Comments

    “You think you know Baltimore because you own a television? Can recite Poe? Maybe a distant relative had some rare and awful thing cut out of their brain at Johns […]

  • Nayarie Frazier, Makiyah
Matthews, Tyese Houston, Moriah
McQueen, teacher Sarah St. Claire
and Dalante Wheeler, all of John
Eager Howard Elementary School,
share their environmental knowledge. - Photo by Erik zygmont
    Water Wheel debuts at Inner Harbor
    May 14, 2014, No comments

    “We are very excited to collect some trash,” said John Kellett, who with Daniel Chase invented the latest, greatest contraption to keep trash out of the harbor–the Water Wheel. At […]

  • VertTree
    Highlandtown Green Team beautifies school
    May 14, 2014, No comments

    The Bayview Community Association has embarked on an extensive greening project, planting 40 trees last weekend with TreeBaltimore. “We want to attract more people to own homes in the neighborhood,” […]

  • Maegan James of Baltimore’s Make Believers gets ready to eat pie until she finds hidden treasure. It was one of the many absurd tasks faced by competitors in this
year’s Kinetic Sculpture Race, an annual event held by the American Visionary Art
Museum. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Kinetic Sculpture Race amazes, again
    May 7, 2014, No comments

    Patterson Park–and the rest of the city–saw strange visitors last week in the form of kinetic sculptures–artistic, wheeled, human-powered vehicles designed to move through streets, sand and water–last weekend. The [& ...