I am still reminiscing about how detailed and beautiful your architecture was in the summer of 2006. I was much younger then, but I can still remember the way you made me feel when I first walked in with my grandmother that pleasant Sunday. It is now 2017, and my feelings have only grown for you.
I miss you dearly and cannot wait until the day we can see each other again. I am so sad for you, as you wait to get the answers you desire with Zelda’s condition. It pains me to know that you cannot enclose your walls to the whims and sorrows of Francis.
2017 marked the BAF’s 30th anniversary, a milestone that presented the board of directors under the leadership of Rob Brennan, AIA, a great opportunity to look to the past and lay the groundwork for the future, as the foundation expands its programs and audience.
We aren’t extinct yet—they’re trying to get us to that point but we’re still around. It’s getting rough but we’re still fighting.
Oh Baltimore, oh Baltimore, order in the court! If you have ever had the pleasure of working in the legal field, or even served your civic duty as a Baltimore City juror, you have engaged with the Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse located at 110 N. Calvert Street—the epitome of an architecturally sound historic building.
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