Alright, Baltimore/DMV: We follow some pretty great photographers, but we want to know your favorites
And, we want to tell the Baltimore (and beyond) #photography community about them. Over on our blog, The Darkroom, we want to feature area photographers who are doing something special, original or just phenomenal, but we know there are some great photographers out there that we don’t know about.
Ask.fm, the anonymous question and answer-based social network linked to several teenage suicides, agreed to revamp its safety procedures in a deal brokered between the site and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office.
If the crabs came from one of the area’s carryout restaurants or crab houses, more than likely the seasoning isn’t the iconic Old Bay. Chances are, it’s a seasoning mix produced in an industrial park off Sulphur Spring Road.
This is no McCormick with its giant campus in Hunt Valley and hundreds of employees. J.O. Spice Co. on Old Georgetown Road is still family run and employs a couple dozen people to produce seafood seasoning, as well as a whole line of products to spice up meat, fish and poultry.
“God help me. Old saints, y’all forgive me, but I got to tell you: These hoes ain’t loyal!” Bryant said to cheers. (It begins at around the 18-minute mark in the above YouTube clip that was published on Tuesday.)
This year’s Artscape free arts festival, scheduled for July 18-20 and billed as the largest such event in the country, will feature Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and R&B singer Anthony Hamilton as headliners.
"Neighbors often visit on their front steps - an extension of their living rooms. This entire block of E. Baltimore St. is being renovated through private enterprise. Sept. 1978." Butchers Hill, Baltimore, Maryland September 1978 Jean C. Netherwood 8x10 inch photographic print The East Baltimore Documentary Photography Project Baltimore City Life Museum Collection Maryland Historical Society 19184.108.40.206