Neighborhood Life: The Ups, Downs, and Day-to-Days on East Monument Street

When Bill Richardson thinks about how long he's run his produce stand at East Baltimore's Northeast Market, he says simply, "Too long."


It's the kind of wry comment one expects from a grandparent or a neighborhood veteran. And Richardson is certainly the latter when you consider the five generations his family has spent doing business on East Monument Street.

"I started coming here with my mother and grandfather when I was 6 years ... Full Story »

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by Paul Siegel - Apr. 20, 2011

Well written article. Gives a real personalized view of the people who live in the community. Great stories shared from those interviewed.

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