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Baltimore Photos


Some images I’ve previously posted in this blog, from my visits to Baltimore museums and events. Advertisements

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Two Hundred Thirty Feet in Wheaton


In honor of Metrorail’s 42nd birthday last year, the Greater Greater Washington blog posted an animated slideshow showing the progression over time, from a little baby Metro system in 1976 with only five stations, to the planned Phase II of … Continue reading

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Monthly Key Word Reading Challenge Update (September 2018)


The words were: always, below, call, chase, fall, leave, school, sleep, teach Novels: Leaving Atlanta by Tayari Jones Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman Picture book (for adults): Go the F*ck to Sleep by Adam Mansbach, illustrated by … Continue reading

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Moment of Zen at Forest Glen


The Forest Glen Metro station is, as I recently wrote, about one mile from the new location of the National Museum of Health and Medicine. It is a very special Metro station because it’s so deep underground that it only … Continue reading

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Coloring a Silver Ring and a Silver Wing at Silver Spring


I may have made it my goal to visit every Metro station at least once, but I did not need to make a special trip to the Silver Spring station, where I have spent not a small amount of time. … Continue reading

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Psyche and Soma at Takoma


I have lived near the Takoma Metro for a decade, so there is not much about the area that surprises me. It doesn’t surprise me anytime a new Little Free Library, or a new place to get vegan cheesecake, or … Continue reading

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#MeTooseum


#MeToo. If you were not living completely off the grid for the last few months, you all but certainly saw these words on your Facebook feed. In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment and assault scandal – followed … Continue reading

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