Monthly Archives: February 2012

Thoughts and comments of a parent of three students in Baltimore City’s public schools

The other day I stumbled upon the “Surviving the System” blog. This blog is written by a parent of three students in Baltimore City’s public schools. You can also follow the City Schools Parent Twitter page. We hear a lot … Continue reading

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Bring Trader Joe’s to the Rotunda!

By now you have probably heard about the Rotunda Giant moving to another location in Hampden. The Mobtown Shank has a great article about this subject here. The old Giant got out of its Rotunda lease and arranged a deal … Continue reading

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Questions about Baltimore’s new finance director

The Baltimore Brew has been digging around in the new finance director’s past and it appears they have stumbled upon a resume controversy. “A review of his resume indicates that he may have exaggerated his accomplishments before he went to … Continue reading

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Funny links

I am in a rush. I want to give you some content though. Local political satire from Dennis the cynic here and here. [Name TBD] Curran! Enjoy.

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Snow money

You have to love this winter! It is possible that there will not be a major snow event this season. If we are lucky enough to have no more snow this winter then what happens to all the money the … Continue reading

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Guess who was walking in front of my house today?

I am sure most of you remember back in November when I was out on one of my 13+ mile runs and Frank Conaway and I got into an argument that may or may not have involved Frank Conaway’s conceal … Continue reading

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Belinda Conaway’s ridiculous salary and other city school money madness

The Baltimore Sun did a great thing when they published the salaries of city school employees. Now the tax payers who fund this bureaucratic monster can see where their money is REALLY going. For years we have known that former … Continue reading

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