Read about the history of the Poe statue Baltimore Heritage, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that works in a variety of ways to preserve and bring awareness to the many historic buildings and neighborhoods in Baltimore. They’ve built an excellent Continue reading Research the History of Your House: A Guide from Baltimore Heritage
I wasn’t quite three-months old when John F. Kennedy was shot and killed. I’m not exactly sure where I was when the news was shared, but my mother always told about a neighbor seeing her hanging out clothes to dry, Continue reading JFK 50 Years Later
With the holiday break quickly approaching, take some time to explore new authors! Kristen Simmons is an upcoming young-adult author. Her first publications, Article 5 and Breaking Point are part of a trilogy; with the third installment, Three, due to be released in Continue reading A Dystopian Love Affair
Socrates:“The unexamined life is not worth living.“ About two weeks ago, I was talking to a friend about a couple we both knew. They’d been married for a few years, not too long (I can’t remember how long exactly), and Continue reading I’ll Take Boredom Over Facebook Anyday
From November 4 to November 11, the University of Baltimore celebrated Salute Our Troops Week, which included a thank-you poster signing, a showing of The Tillman Story documentary, and a veterans fitness challenge. On Veterans Day, UB presented the grand Continue reading Celebrating Veterans at UB
I read an interesting interview last night with Christopher Poole. He also goes by the name moot and is the guy that coded the disposable image-sharing site 4chan. Be careful with that last link, though. While hugely popular, and arguably the source Continue reading When Did You Learn to Code? How About Your Kids?