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A seemingly endless stream of bicycles took over Charles St. last night. It was fun to watch.


Table at the Stable

Monday is Rib Night at the Mount Vernon Stable, but I’m more often there on Tuesday for Steak Night, the guy—brown hair, beard gone white—way up in the window. 1,074 more words

Hey Guys! Being a Fixer is Not Helping

There is no denying that I love being a woman. And part of that experience is being reminded of your femininity around a man. The way your hand is engulfed by their larger one. 944 more words


Sexual Assault Survivor Quilt Visits Baltimore

BALTIMORE — A quilt memorializing survivors of sexual assault is making a stop in Baltimore.

The Monument Quilt, a brightly colored patchwork that includes 200 squares, will be spread out on Federal Hill Saturday afternoon. 98 more words


Winter Prompts Concern for Roofing in Baltimore and Other Snowy Areas

Preventing the formation of ice dams requires adequate insulation, ventilation, and an air barrier. They will keep the warm air indoors, and also the roof’s surface at a constant temperature, thus preventing melting snow that turns into damaging ice dams. 50 more words


A Sunday to Remember: September 11, 1814

It was a big church day in Baltimore as the bells rang out about noon and people began to poor out of the various religious services all across the city. 598 more words

Sam Smith

Home 2.0

Hello, dolls!!:) I can’t believe that I am back in MNL!! Aaaah it still feels surreal that I am in my pink room now blogging!! :) The past 2 days has been lovely and I am so grateful for warmth welcome that I received from everyone especially my family. 806 more words