Monthly Archives: November 2009

>Baltimore Arts and Entertainment

>Thanksgiving, literature and music. What a busy week! There is always a smorgasbord of arts and entertainment events in the Baltimore region. Catch a glimpse of what we chose to experience…it was all excellent. (Sorry…the sound on my snapshooter doesn’t … Continue reading

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>Shalom

>Kevin Robinson plays his original piece “Shalom” in the background of a series of images I made of him:

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>HAPPY THANKSGIVING

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>Guns Versus Caduceus – Health Care Questions

> The resistance in the U.S. to a national health care plan makes no sense. And it doesn’t make sense to our European friends we talked with when we recently traveled to Europe. Germany, where we spent most of our … Continue reading

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>Kevin Robinson

>Bobby’s Jazz Club in Baltimore, Maryland, November 20, 2009 Kevin and his crew captured the crowd at Bobby’s Friday night. The sound on my little pocket camera doesn’t do the performance justice. Just gotta hear him in person!

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>The Mouse and His Child

>My friend, Vladimir, suggested that I read The Mouse and His Child by Russell Hoban. I think we may have been having a discussion about The Little Prince which is one of my favorite books. Anything that Vladimir suggests always … Continue reading

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>Stretching Minds Through Photography

>A mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions. – Oliver Wendell Holmes Chris Jordan is no ordinary photographer. He has a vision of how he can graphically communicate statistics about the way we live. … Continue reading

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