Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore’

Mar. 29 2013

Baltimoments of a Different Kind

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | 2 Comments

When I first moved here, I was told that Baltimore is a big small town. It certainly did seem as if everyone I met knew many of my other acquaintances, either through old school ties, professional connections, or having been neighbors or romantically linked at some point. Given the number of Peabody grads and faculty […]

Sep. 20 2012

Time Really Does Fly…

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | 2 Comments

  Nineteen years ago today, I began working at WBJC.  I can’t believe I’ve been here that long, yet it seems very strange to think I ever lived anywhere else but Baltimore. Prior to my big move (I drove 900 miles in 2 days, alone, to get here) I resided in Iowa City, where I’d […]

Sep. 11 2012

Riding the Tour du Port

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

Though somewhat daunted by the prospect of riding in last year’s Tour du Port, I got up the courage and had a blast! Actually, it was WBJC’s Jonathan Palevsky who persuaded me to ride with him in Bike Maryland’s Tour du Port which is a fundraiser and an awareness-raiser.  Not only do you get to […]

May. 01 2012

Baltimore’s Rite of Spring

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

It seems spring may finally have sprung for good in Baltimore, & just in time – FlowerMart 2012 is taking place in the city’s Mount Vernon neighborhood this Friday & Saturday, May 4th & 5th. I love spring, flowers, & any excuse to don a fancy hat, so when FlowerMart’s Arts & Crafts Chair, Amy […]

Jan. 20 2012

Current TV: great for cooking shows, not much else.

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | 3 Comments

A variation on Mark Malinkowski’s TV-themed post from this morning… Jim & I watch almost no TV. He’ll check out the occasional sporting event, especially college basketball (the first two days of March Madness count as a religious holiday for him, on which it would be very foolish of me to try to schedule anything […]

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