Monthly Archives: May 2010

>Baltimore, the City That Creates and Loves

> Photo © Bonnie J. Schupp As the day ended in Baltimore on May 22, 2010, Innovate Love was just beginning. A guest at Innovate Love this past Saturday night studies “The Romancing of Malcolm Chang’s Love (by handsome fox … Continue reading

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>Anne Boleyn

>Hold on to your…head! On this date in 1536, Anne Boleyn was beheaded for adultery by her husband, King Henry VIII. Historians believe that the real reason might have been that Anne didn’t produce a son for her husband. However, … Continue reading

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>Innovate Love

>If you are a lover… especially an art lover… you might want to check out the first annual Innovate Love art auction to benefit Innovate Baltimore and the Baltimore Love Project. It will be held May 22 in the penthouse … Continue reading

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>Often when the name of a movie is brought up in conversation, I have to ask my husband if I’ve seen it. There are two movies, however, that I won’t forget—Bergman’s Cries and Whispers and the more recent Greek film, … Continue reading

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>Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

>I just listened to a 2005 Stanford University commencement speech by Steve Jobs, CEO and co-founder of Apple and Pixar. It is a 15-minute thought-provoking message worth listening to. If you do, you will understand the title of this blog. … Continue reading

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