What she means:
You don't want no beef boy, know I run the streets boy. Better follow me towards Downtown. What you see is what you get girl. Don't ever forget girl. Ain't seen nothing yet 'til you're Downtown.
Starting their journey at the intersection of North Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue, hundreds marched towards downtown Baltimore to show their support for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Looking downtown toward the Flatiron Building and 23rd Street sometime in the 1950s. But this photo is more about the fabulous two-tone taxi in the foreground, a 1949 Chrysler I think, than the Flatiron with its (in this photo) truncated top. Photo from the collection of Al Ponte.
The death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray while in police custody caused thousands of people to take to the streets of Baltimore in protest last week. Many of these demonstrations took place at Western District police station, where protesters gathered before marching toward downtown Baltimore. This exchange between Capt. Desmond Carter-Bey and a young protester took place on Saturday, ahead of the violent riots that broke out in the city on Monday, and shows a mutual understanding of why Gray’s death has resulted in so much anger.
Elena had gone out partying with her friends. She had drank more then she normally did in one night so she was super drunk. As she wandered home sighed her body wobbling slightly. She walked toward downtown not really wanting to head back to her house yet. She saw a car pulling up next to her then smirked a little seeing her biology teacher. “ hey” Elena said waving a little. “ why are you out so late?” She asked looking at Henry. She giggled walking next to his car. The eighteen year old was underage to drink, she knew he’d probably tell her parents and she’d end up busted. But in her drunken haze Elena didn’t really care.
Photographed under the Highway
218 Bridge that crosses the Cedar River along the Cedar Valley Bike trail
heading from George Wyth Park towards downtown Cedar Falls. Sadly the city
painted over this wonderful graffiti.
Camera: Nikon D700; 105 mm Micro;
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