Baltimore Ravens fans exchanged their jerseys of former running back Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on September 19, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland. Following a video that surfaced of Ray Rice knocking his then fiancee Janay Rice unconscious in an New Jersey Casino elevator, the Baltimore Ravens cut Rice and the NFL suspended him indefinitely. The Baltimore Ravens offered fans an option for a free exchange of their Ray Rice uniforms for another Ravens player. (Photos: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Marble Stoops, Mount Vernon District, Baltimore, 2014.
Marble front steps or stoops are a distinctive and famed feature of Baltimore domestic architecture. They can range from a simple set of three or four steps leading to a small row house entry porch to these much more elaborate examples from what was once a posh residential district on the heights above downtown. Most of these buildings were built as luxurious town houses, though many are now converted to flats, offices, or commercial uses.