Columns Along the Patapsco The stories that flow along the Patapsco River. Column by Rafael Alvarez Bohemian Rhapsody A writer’s life in Baltimore, where it’s never too late to be a work-in-progress. Column by Marion Winik On a Marble Stair A Baltimore poet, essayist and educator chronicles adventures and experiences with the places, people, and […]

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The Baltimore Book of the Dead

Marion Winik just released her latest memoir, “The Baltimore Book of the Dead,” out from Counterpoint. This week we publish an excerpt from the introduction of the book, which is a compilation of essays about people she’s lost. Marion approaches the touchy subject of death with emotion, wisdom, and humor as only she can. If you’re […]

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Baltimore Fishbowl’s Most Read Stories of 2015

A quick Google Analytics report reveals which stories caught the attention of our Baltimore Fishbowl audience. Here’s what you liked most in 2015. Happy New Year and thanks for reading! 10. Hopkins Launches Country’s First Lyme Disease Center by Rachel Monroe This post about Johns Hopkins opening the country’s first Lyme Disease Research Center attracted many readers […]

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JHU Neuroscientist David Linden to Speak at Barnes and Noble Tuesday, Feb. 16

Renowned Johns Hopkins neuroscientist and best-selling author David Linden will appear at the Charles Street Barnes and Noble (4701 N. Charles Street, near Hopkins Homewood Campus) on Tuesday, February 16 at 7 p.m. for a book signing and reading to promote the paperback release of TOUCH, his latest book on the brain.  In honor of the occasion, […]