Jumanji Taught Me

Jumanji Taught Me By: Jarret Bragg     “You’re not afraid of heights are you?” I laughed a bit and answered while we continued to transcend, “I’m actually terrified of heights. It’s one of my biggest fears. But cuz’, that’s the thing about this whole experience. It’s become one of my favorite pastimes. Stepping out…

The Two-Faced Town

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…” ― Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You’ll Go!   By: Darien Baker Which brings me upon my…

Let Go And Live

By Adrianna Kamosa Historical Moments Steeples and rooftops peaked out from between trees leaves that were vibrant shades of lush green, orange and yellow. Woooot – Woooot! The lonely train whistle echoed against the mighty mountainsides all around. My boyfriend Jules heard the sound and said, “Lets go!” He bounded up the wooden steps toward…

Mount Vernon’s Stories

By Lia Harris Finding a place that is interesting to you or just enough to write about seems so easy on the surface, until you realize how you have to write the article. Desperate to find a story, I decide to write about the first journey I take. Being that I’m from Baltimore this journey…

Hidden Treasures In Chesapeake City

By Corrin Harris Water. Any place that has water. Growing up on the coast, water runs through my veins, physically and figuratively. I’ve always been drawn to places that are along the coast or contain many rivers and streams. Something about the water is so calming and soothing, and I always find myself most content…

Put The Charm In Charm City

By: Courtney Parto Baltimore has been my home since the day I was born. I’ve been just about everywhere and seen all of the major tourist attractions. The Inner Harbor, Federal Hill, and Canton are just a few of Baltimore’s major areas. However, Hampden isn’t typically in the forefront of any Baltimorean’s mind. Hampden is…

One Last Goodbye

By Savannah Lawrence How many missteps could I make in one day? The Old Town neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia, was the place to answer that question. The red cobblestone streets, while picturesque, were treacherous. Add in a walk up the steps of Alexandria’s wannabe Washington Monument, The George Washington Masonic National Memorial — where the…