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Gay Street, 4PM

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East Side…

West Side (on the steps of the Grace & Hope Mission)…



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Hot off the presses…

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September 30, 2008 at 8:50 pm

Need Hair?

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Never thought I would see something like this.  Sounds kinda sick to me (this coming from a guy who desperately needs hair).  Guess you see a little of everything on Greenmount.

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September 25, 2008 at 9:27 pm

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Where are these people coming from?  They multiple daily.  Sorry folks, I’ve got a bad attitude today and sometimes I’m just plain irritated to see someone in front of me looking for a handout that is obviously very capable of working.

I’ve never seen this guy before — a newbie at Northern Parkway & York Road.  I’m confident there’s a network of people who work these intersections…agreeing when & where they’ll cover.  They must — otherwise, I would imagine seeing several people out on a corner trying to out do one another or fighting over their turf.

Ugh…this guy has great freaking penmanship to boot.   

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September 23, 2008 at 7:21 pm


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This makes me sick.  How long have these places been sitting here?  Apparently long enough to require cinder-blocking the doors and windows on the 1st floor to keep people out.  How long will they remain in this condition?  Who takes the time and expense to let a property sit?  C’mon Baltimore.  This is pathetic.

It looks like shit, creates a safe haven for undesirable behavior, and degrades the value of the homes and businesses around it.  Get my point? 

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September 23, 2008 at 7:13 pm

Here comes Santa Claus…

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…right down Northern Parkway.

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September 22, 2008 at 8:56 pm

St Vincent de Paul Church

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Eyesore or safe-haven?  You decide. 

Click here for the Park Working Group’s (PWG) response to the Baltimore City Division of Homeless Services.   The city continues its efforts to relocate the homeless and shut down the park.