PAWS FOR ART: my rising is an earth sign

Dig for a living. Drawing by Ceyda Baysal.

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PAWS FOR ART: my rising is an earth sign

dirt under your nails dig deep, deep, deep, deeper girl dig yourself out soil, worms, ants in your skin in and out of your flesh dig deep dig,…

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PAWS FOR ART: at the third light turn right

Idealism in scribbles. Drawing by Ceyda Baysal.

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PAWS FOR ART: at the third light turn right

i have no interest in crumbs or crushed up berries / but i look out the milky window, start to miss u / thru the panels. so  …

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The Baltimore Book Festival: home to UMBC students’ poetry

Visitors sift through books at the Baltimore Book Festival. Photo by Brent Bemiller.

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The Baltimore Book Festival: home to UMBC students’ poetry

The Baltimore Book Festival showcases the literary art of various writers from various hometowns and with various specialties. The annual event brings together different walks of life to…

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Livewire: “Rewind/Fast Forward” resurrects new music

Photo by Brent Bemiller.

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Livewire: “Rewind/Fast Forward” resurrects new music

The Livewire concert series celebrated its tenth anniversary this past Thursday with the performance of Ruckus, a faculty contemporary group. The theme of the performance was “Rewind/Fast Forward,”…

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PAWS FOR ART: yellow carnation
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PAWS FOR ART: yellow carnation

i am the  yellow carnation  in a garden of vibrant white daisies.    nobody wants to love my blossoming of a body – i am stripped of my…

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Review: “Radio Golf” takes the triple bogey

Anton Floyd (left) and Jamil A. C. Mangan (right) in "Radio Golf." Photo by Teresa Castracane.

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Review: “Radio Golf” takes the triple bogey

The house at 1839 Wylie is not for sale. Or at least, that is what Harmond Wilks’s campaign team wants you to think. Harmond Wilks himself is a…

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