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Baltimore photographer says pictures can change the news narrative

November 4, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Billy Owens Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Photographer Devin Allen spoke to Towson University students on Thursday. Photo by Billy Owens. Only three amateur photographers have ever had their photos used on the cover of Time magazine. One of them, Devin Allen, gave a guest lecture to about 50 [...]

Hundreds march in Baltimore against Trump

November 11, 2016 // 5 Comments

By Caroline Flannery and Tracy Smith Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writers Nearly 1,000 people gathered in Baltimore City Thursday night to march in protest of Republican Donald Trump’s victory in this week’s presidential election. Holding signs that read “Not My President,”  “She Got More [...]

Protesters rally against city subsidy to BioPark

March 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

By Julie Podczaski Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Community activists and city residents marched down North Fremont Avenue to West Baltimore Street last Tuesday to protest a $17.5 million tax increment financing subsidy that will go to developer Wexford Science & Technology to expand the [...]

Workshop explores aftermath of Freddie Gray’s death

November 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Ana Hall-DeFoor Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Baltimore residents who participated in a free workshop Nov. 7 that examined the death of Freddie Gray and media coverage of the protests that followed said they felt inspired by the program and hope to get more involved in their community. “You [...]