The internet was entertaining this week.
This week's news includes: checking out more than books in Baltimore County public libraries, Trov lives on in Carmen Brock's home, MOM's in Hampden votes to unionize, and more reporting from Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Brew, Real News Network, and more.
This Week: Joyce J. Scott at Banneker-Douglass Museum, WTMD First Thursday Festival, SHAN Wallace hosts "The Queer Agenda: THE WATERMELON WOMAN" screening at SNF Parkway, The One and the Many opening reception at Baltimore Jewelry Center, The Space Between Us curated by Lily Xiao and more!
To arrive at their resting place, items found at the bottom of a privy had to fall often ten or more feet, often out of someone’s back pocket, the same way many of us have dropped a cellphone in the modern toilet.
Unlike last week, SO MUCH happened on the internet this week.
If you are curious about the future of the contemporary art world in Baltimore, our regional MFA and Visual Arts programs are brimming with talented art world contenders, including students, faculty, and alumni.
This week's news includes: Lexington Market photo essay by SHAN Wallace, Katie Pumphrey's English Channel swim, Biden's student debt announcement, and more reporting from Baltimore Magazine, The New York Times, Baltimore Beat, and other local and independent news sources.
The objects Tierney employs trigger memories and personal associations, but they also represent systems, histories, industries and labor, and the environmental impact of it all.
This Week: Jill Fannon, Elena Volkova and Saskia Kahn at Connect + Collect, Baltimore Honky Tonk at Waverly Brewing, Bobby Harris in BALTIMORATORY at Peabody Heights, Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom documentary preview at Maryland Center for History and Culture, and more!
The miniseries concludes on August 25, with Bobby Harris as Nixon defending himself in his infamous 1973 “I Am Not a Crook” press conference.
The internet was pretty slow this week, and nothing much happened.