The Museum of Bad Art

Bad Art finally has its own home: because as we all know, without a small plaque beneath it, it’s just not real art. [Disclaimer: I borrowed this digital copy of the classic — Sunday on the Pot with George — from the Museum’s website. Please visit them and consider donating to their worthy crusade.] Bonus […]

Urban Shrinkage – is it for Baltimore?

US cities may have to be bulldozed in order to survive: The government is looking at expanding a pioneering scheme in Flint, one of the poorest US cities, which involves razing entire districts and returning the land to nature. Local politicians believe the city must contract by as much as 40 per cent, concentrating the […]

The Internet Bestiary, always growing

Since Evan has “crazy-homeless-people-blogging” locked up, we have to look elsewhere for expertise on the full variety of urban fauna. Earlier, we learned how to classify hipsters. Now the same careful scientific method has been applied to our darker subcultures: “Goths In Hot Weather“. If you’d like to contribute, I suggest camping outside of your […]

Hipsters in the mist

Now, if you can snap a picture fast enough, you can add to the Hipster Beastiary. You’ll be the Crocodile Hunter of Baltimore, The Marco Polo of Maryland, the Lewis and Clark of Hampden! Remember, these hipsters are in the wild, approach at your own risk. In order to get close without alarming them, disguise […]