Moving is a drag, but change is invigorating.
As an adult, the pleasures are just as subtle, and tempered by a vague unsettling feeling, possibly brought on by the desktop porn watchers and aisle creepers.
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I'm lucky to know some people working constantly to improve the lives of Baltimoreans through art exposure. Section 1, for example, is developing an urban art park with outdoor exhibits and events, and I was asked recently to copyedit a proposal for an exhibition, Roots/Raices (sic): Cultural Exchange. Check out their website to see all … Continue reading Baltimore Arts!
As part of my campaign for fresh inspiration, I visited my local Enoch Pratt Free Library here in Midtown Baltimore and picked up a few inspiring texts. The first is Chang and Eng, by one of my fabulous advisors from my MFA, Darin Strauss. It's from the point of view of one of the freak circuit's most … Continue reading Sponge Days