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Baltimore Open City
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Welcome to AH 377's blog!
We will use this space to supplement our weekly dialogue about the ways in which Baltimore exhibits (and doesn't exhibit) the Open City's themes of access, plurality, and heterogeneity.
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The Drinking Hub of Baltimore's "Cultural Corridor...
Corner E. Preston and N. Charles
The Crazy 8
Intersection of McMechen and Brevard Streets
Mount Vernon-Washington Monument Plaza
The Tavern: Still Open
Open Space Baltimore
Derive on wheels
Together In Misery
The Baltimore Free School
Patterson Park and the Neighborhood
Mini-Parks within the City
Something the Scale of the Universe
An Affiliate of Both Arsenals
As I was thinking about the open city and its exp...
I recently mapped some of my experiences in Balt...
The Baltimore Convention Center: Open Tourism/Open...
Arsenal of Inclusion: Bike Lanes and Jaywalking
For my example of the “open city” theory in Baltim...
Mount Royal Tavern
A little exclusion, a bit of inclusion.
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