This is great. They show films in the waiting rooms during Baltimore City jury duty. Some of the ones I remember are Hitch, Sabrina (Harrison Ford version), and It’s Complicated. They’re on the list already. Great job by the Twitter posters.
MICA is located north of downtown Baltimore. I took photography classes there in the 1970s and learned how to develop film and print pictures.
Historic Homes of Baltimore on Instagram and Baltimore Heritage on YouTube both do a great job on Baltimore architecture.
Sure, he accepted the 2020 election results but overall he is a conservative. Here is one of his attacks on Baltimore. He has been bad for the city and I’ll be glad when he is gone.
The salt boxes are great.
There was a house of prostitution on my block (which only had six houses) near downtown Baltimore in the late 1980s. I asked the guy next door to it how he knew. He said he saw five guys coming and going over a five-hour period. There were frequently people hanging outside late at night. How come I didn’t know? I said I only got the pizza and Chinese food flyers. They weren’t there long. My understanding is that they didn’t pay the rent. I called it the house that was a house, not a home.
Link to The Baltimore Salt Box
The Gallery is closed and the Light Street Pavillion of Harborplace only has one tenant.