If you’ve followed this site or my various coal channels over the past couple of weeks, you might recall that late last month, I went down to Baltimore to visit a family member.
And while in town:
- I stopped by Edgar Allan Poe’s grave. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-westminster-hall-and-burying-ground-baltimore-md-4-29-22/)
- I had some great food. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-baltimore-food/)
- Checked out some of Baltimore’s most Instagrammable sites. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-the-bromo-seltzer-arts-tower-baltimore-md-4-29-22/ and https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-graffiti-alley-baltimore-md/)
- I took a pictures of some gorgeous murals I stumbled across while in town. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-bon-secours-community-works-baltimore-md-4-29-22/ and https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-jeff-huntingtons-here-there-be-a-dragon-baltimore-md/)
- I stopped by the Guinness Open Gate Brewery, just outside of town. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-guinness-open-gate-brewery-baltimore-md-4-29-22/)
To top off a very busy weekend, I went to Ottobar to catch Baltimore-based post punk outfit Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, who returned home from touring to support their third album Nightclub Daydreaming to play a record release show to a packed house; local emcee, producer and DJ, Kotic Couture (pronounced like “chaotic”), who rocked the stage with a superstar-like self-assuredness; and local singer/songwriter Micah E. Wood.
As always photos are below.
Ed Schrader’s Music Beat
Micah E. Wood