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Jerry Saltz is a Cat Person and So Are You


I was contacted a week or so ago by the Examiner Newspaper. They are doing an online publication and were seeking out local bloggers to publish on their online sight.

Hence, much of the content and images on Bmoreart will also be published on the Examiner site.

Here’s to fame and fortune for us all… or something like that. Oh, and did I mention they pay by the pageload? So feel free to visit as often as you like …

http://www.examiner.com/x-206-Baltimore-Art-Examiner

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