Month: August 2016

Things are looking up

Thanks to local churches and nonprofits, there are signs things are getting better in Freddie Gray’s West Baltimore neighborhood. “… on a sidewalk near Presstman Street and Druid Hill Avenue — once part of an expansive open-air drug market — Day was hosting an open-air crab fest. It was a small […]

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Avoiding Drama After Death

One of the reasons I write about donor intent is that the struggle over a will can make for great drama, which is fun to write about as well as read. Harriet Fitch Little, in a piece that ran in the Financial Times on August 27th, reminds us that artists […]

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