Our readers this week took a keen interest in our story about a decorated toilet with a vehement anti-Donald Trump message that was left outside the American Visionary Art Museum. An anonymous artist (note: known toilet artist Shorty Davis denied any direct involvement) dropped it off outside the museum that celebrates art produced by outsiders. So far, they’ve held on to the unique sculpture in hopes that the creator will come back for it.
Here were our other most popular posts from Nov. 12-18.
Ethan McLeod – Police Have Tracked Down Missing UMD Student in Texas, and She’s OK — Wednesday, Nov. 16
Ethan McLeod – Baltimore County Schools Also Cut Spring Break for 2017-18 School Year — Thursday, Nov. 10
Ethan McLeod – Baltimore City College Students Stage Anti-Trump Protest — Friday, Nov. 11
Ed Gunts – Maryland Receives $7.5 Million Federal Grant to Build a New MARC Station at Camden Yards — Wednesday, Nov. 9
Ed Gunts — Susan Souders Obrecht, Former Baltimore Magazine Owner, Dies at 61 — Thursday, Nov. 17
Stephen Babcock – Ben Carson Turns Down Cabinet Seat, Citing Inexperience — Tuesday, Nov. 15
Stephen Babcock – Ben Carson is Up for 2 Posts in Trump’s Cabinet — Friday, Nov. 11
Ethan McLeod – Baltimore Teacher Fired After Shouting at Students, Using N-Word — Thursday, Nov. 17
- Friday Afternoon Headlines: Hogan working on a book; A huge, high-profile crowd for Cummings’ funeral in Baltimore; and more - October 25, 2019
- The city is throwing Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis a parade tomorrow - October 25, 2019
- Friday Morning Headlines: Councilman files resolution to fix 311 app; Suspicious envelope sent to WBFF-TV; and more - October 25, 2019