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The Newspapers - 2017 By Sherlockians of Baltimore
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A journal with the results of the literary & artistic aspirations of the membership of the Sherlockians of Baltimore featuring essays, toasts, limericks, pastiches and art relating to Arthur... More > Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes< Less
The Baltimore Project: A Monument to Good Intentions By Kate Hoffman
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"The Baltimore Project: A Monument to Good Intentions" catalogs the artist Kate Hoffman's thesis show, exhibited at the Marcuse Gallery at UCSD, 2008.
La La Land By Elena Johnston
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La La Land is a collection of artists' work living in Baltimore derived from the dark, chaotic, comedic, and the fashionable. The curious work compiled in this book goes to great lengths to... More > demonstrate the spirit of play. A convergence of artists each with a unique perspective sharing concepts, imitating each other, and establishing a diverse community rich with the excitement of collaborative creation.< Less
Panic By Denise Cumor
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Three decades of poetry and sketches by Baltimore based musician and artist, Denise Cumor.
Paper Kingdom By Elena Johnston
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Paper Kingdom is a book documenting a collection of Baltimore music posters by Baltimore artists. The book showcases a wide range of styles and music genres happening in Baltimore from the 1990s... More > until 2008. The book includes work by artists in Wham City and Wildfire Wildfire to the hardcore pre-internet scene from the 1990s to the sweet and subtle folk aesthetic. The book includes interviews with Dan Deacon, Victoria Legrand of Beach House, Shaun Flynn of Wzt Hearts, Nolen Strals of Double Dagger and Post Typography and several poster artists in Baltimore.< Less
GAME CHANGER By Daniel Stuelpnagel
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A team of painters from City Arts, photographed by Baltimore artist Daniel Stuelpnagel, creating a storybook van called the ‘Game Changer’, commissioned by Vehicles For Change, to raise... More > awareness of their efforts to repair donated vehicles for families in need of reliable transportation. Vehicles For Change has placed more than 3,000 cars in 10 years. A total of more than 150 people-hours went into the design and painting of the Game Changer, a Ford 250 cargo van that has traveled 180,000 miles so far. This book is inspiring to readers of all ages, and especially compelling as a demonstration of how to create an art car for a community arts program.< Less
Redwood By A. Rod Womack
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Redwood is a gripping true story of a once successful and popular Baltimore restaurant known for its great cuisine, vivacious musical entertainment, radiant atmosphere and memorable A-List celebrity... More > events. From the beginning, the three young entrepreneurs worked tirelessly to make this restaurant the pinnacle dining experience. The story takes many twists and turns, leading them through a maze of challenges along the way. However, the conflict intensifies when the young men later discover the unthinkable---that all along a serial killer was in their midst. The journey is riveted with humor, intrigue, mystery, conflict, sex, drama and many takeaways for future entrepreneurs. Just as the dust seemed to settle, the owners were introduced to a charming and charismatic con-artist who wanted it all---and attempted to take it all.< Less
The Public Cereal Trade Gold for Vision and a Brand-Name Parable By Anthony Weber
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This book features a selection of artwork made by Anthony Weber in 2007 and 2008. For more information about the artist please visit:
MACA_2009 By Elizabeth Brady
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This is a self-published book that represents the work of the Maryland Institute College of Art, graduate program in Community Arts (Class of 2009) and the AmeriCorps Community Art Corps in Baltimore.
Life and Times of Professor Ennui Pidawee By tom weathers
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A short memoir in three parts. HISTORY is about the author and some characters he has known (a transvestite, an entrepreneur, a rocket scientist, a beatnik, a martial artist, a movie star, and a... More > fool, to name a few). These stories, taking place from 1945 to 1961, are generally true. PRE-HISTORY is about the author’s parents and grandparents. Occurring before 1945, these stories are generally not true, or are at least imagined. It is through these tales that the author tries to figure out what made his folks the way they were (and explain how he got to be such a pidawee). DEATH is about the passing of the author’s mother in 1955 in Shelby, North Carolina (at the Center of the Known Universe - where all explanations come together). Although not explicitly about the South, it is a Southern Book. It's got crazy white people, Magical Negroes, muscadine grapes, livermush, dynamite, undertones of violence, and guns - lots of guns.< Less

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