Tag: the new yorker

The New Yorker’s Photo Desk Put Devin Allen in Charge of Their Instagram for Several Days

Allen posted this image from outside the Gilmor Homes, titled “R.I.P Freddie Gray,” as his final shot last night. Image via The New Yorker/Instagram.

All 512,000 followers of The New Yorker photo desk’s Instagram likely noticed Devin Allen’s iconic photography of the Baltimore Uprising at some point this week.

The New Yorker: Maryland Film Festival Shows Positive Generational Shifts in Indie Film


Longtime New Yorker film critic Richard Brody, who has attended multiple Maryland Film Festivals, had some high praise for this year’s edition in the new Parkway Theatre – and it wasn’t just because of the luxurious new digs.

The New Yorker Profiles Librarian of Congress, Former Enoch Pratt CEO Carla Hayden


From her standpoint as the United States’ new top librarian, former Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO Carla Hayden still looks very fondly upon her 23 years spent leading Baltimore’s public library system.

The New Yorker Praises the Maryland Film Festival


The New Yorker’s Richard Brody wrote a glowing piece on the Maryland Film Festival today.  We love the way he refrains from naming names, and just likes the aesthetic of the festival. We couldn’t have put it better ourselves…