Stony Run, Hampden
With all due respect to your newspaper, sometimes we feel we have to bring things directly to the door to get the paper to pay attention to this race,
- From “Otis Rolley puts his name out there, in chalk” by Laura Vozella for the Baltimore Sun blog Baltimore Insider. This seems creepy: you don’t give me enough attention but I know where you live so I’ll put my message in front of your door?
This picture (or any of the pictures I took of this bridge) didn’t come out as sharply as it could have to show the brick work.
Under North Avenue, along the Jones Falls.
…he told her he was looking for a rabbit and fled.
…he felt his chances of victory were hampered because, when filing as a candidate, the Maryland Board of Elections “made me use my legal name, not my real name,” which he says is, “Let Me At’Em, the Hype Man of Baltimore.
Two Candidates Withdraw From City Races by Van Smith for City Paper.