Week in Review: Park and Parkway, Goucher’s New President

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Rendering of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Film Center (Ziger/Snead Architects)
Rendering of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Film Center (Ziger/Snead Architects)

This week, a well-known Baltimore park and Parkway are getting spruced up, and the language of a judge and Kathy Bates were under the microscope. It’s the Week in Review:

In the news, Druid Hill Park is celebrating a birthday, and they’re getting a waterfall to show for it. Station North’s Parkway Theatre is also getting a new look and new use for the Maryland Film Fest, Johns Hopkins and MICA. In other educational services, a linguist analyzed Kathy Bates’ Baltimore accent on American Horror Story. Over at the courthouse, Judge Lynne K. Stewart was using another kind of slang when she berated a defendant. She was forced to sit for five days as a result.

Looking for some weekend longreads? Check out our interview with new Goucher President Jose Bowen, or read Marion Winik’s much-praised e-mail to a parent who passed away.

Hot Houses were once again bountiful this week. Pay a visit to an Owings Mills country house, or venture to Whispering Pines. In the fixer-upper department, Meg Fielding laments the state of abandoned mansion.

Happy reading!



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