“We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they are called memories. Some take us forward, they are called dreams.” ~ Jeremy Irons
I loved living in the suburbs of Baltimore as a child and teen growing up. On rainy weekends, my twin sister and I often took the bus from the suburbs into the city to take in art and culture. Come along as I continue to revisit some more familiar places throughout the city.
A familiar site of my Baltimore-rooted memories. The “RCA Victor” Dog “Nipper” atop the Heritage Museum
Maryland Humanities Council brings fulfilling words to the streets through windows display
Image below: Sculpture in Mt. Vernon Square – just up the street from the Walters Art Museum
Below: Peabody Institute – “first major intellectual and arts center in an American city.”
Radio Broadcasting – WBAL is still in existence. I still remember some of the radio personalities from back in the 1950’s and 1960s.
Images above & below: Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church faces Peabody Institute. As a teen I used to go to the Baltimore Flower
show in Mt. Vernon Square. The one day of the year my mom would let us skip school. We’d ride the bus from the suburbs.
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