Friday, November 4, 2016
Journeys Into It Was Almost Baltimore, Not the Philadelphia Flyers

It Was Almost Baltimore, Not the Philadelphia Flyers

Changing channels on the TV the other night I went past the Flyers playing the Islanders. My glance was very short but I did see that both clubs were clad in uniforms with an untraditional look. The Islanders were in their city blacks – a nod to their presence in Brooklyn.More about that another time. Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 4, 20168:45 pm
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Journeys Into Is That the Way to Heal A Community ?

Is That the Way to Heal A Community ?

The Preakness Stakes was an exciting one as American Pharaoh won the horse race notwithstanding a muddy track in the midst of a thunderstorm, setting up a real possibility of a Triple Crown win. There was news off the track as well. The head of the Maryland Jockey Club revealed that the Preakness could leave Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 17, 20151:51 pm
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Journeys Into The Preakness’  New Jersey Connection

The Preakness’ New Jersey Connection

They are gathering in Baltimore for the second leg of racing’s triple crown at the Preakness Stakes. This year the talk is as much about what’s happening outside the track than on the turf. As the race is run, Baltimore tries to celebrate and move on in appropriate ways – mindful of what makes Baltimore Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 16, 20151:01 am
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Journeys Into From Sandtown to Canton, Baltimore Looks to Next

From Sandtown to Canton, Baltimore Looks to Next

Just what normal will be means different things to different folks because in Baltimore, like many places, there are actually many Baltimores within the greater Baltimore. What is clear is that almost no one wants to see a return to what happened last week – the death, the fires, the looting, the curfews. Mistrust and Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 5, 20155:46 pm