Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Talking crime, education, downtown Baltimore and squeegee boys with Sheila Dixon

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Towson football won’t play again until fall of 2021

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Queen says key to rapid improvement has been “slowing myself down”

The Ravens rookie inside linebacker says he's processing the game and understanding his assignments better as time goes on.

There is no more polarizing figure in this 2020 Primary Election on the Democratic side in the crowded race for the next Mayor of Baltimore than Sheila Dixon. We have tried to feature all of the candidates who

figure to garner double-digit percentage votes on April 28th over the past six months here at Baltimore Positive and Dixon is our final long form conversation.

Sheila Dixon is no stranger to any Baltimore citizen. Her misdeeds are well documented as is her run twice four years ago to once again become the Mayor of Baltimore. In a poll last week featured in The Baltimore Sun, she is considered a frontrunner to win next month.

We sat down for three chats with Dixon recently at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market to discuss her past, present and Baltimore’s future.

We talked a lot about trust and honesty and transparency. We hope you listen and learn. We certainly did…

This is our finale with Dixon, where we discussed the usual mix for all of our mayoral candidates about the future of Baltimore, crime, education, Harborplace and squeegee boys.

No one is covering Baltimore mayoral race better than we are and we appreciate all of our friends sharing our work this week! (It does not go unnoticed!)

Later in the week, we will spend some quality time with Frank Kelly III, who told us about his work with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and lacrosse work throughout the community and at Calvert Hall.

AND A HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT IS ALSO COMING LATER THIS WEEK:

HOLD THE AFTERNOON OF TUESDAY, APRIL 14TH FROM 11am-1pm to JOIN US FOR SOMETHING REALLY SPECIAL!!!!!

AND COME SEE OUR SHOW LIVE IN 2020:

(Yes…you are invited to join us!)

Thursday, April 16 – Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh will join us at 10 a.m. at State Fare in Catonsville.

Thursday, April 23 – Scott Shellenberger will be our guest at State Fare in Catonsville at 11 a.m.

AND MANY MORE TO COME…

We want to thank all of our sponsors, supporters and friends who have allowed this Baltimore Positive platform and movement to become part of your lives and routine. And thank you for sharing our conversations with your community and world!

Hope to see you around Baltimore soon…

Latest News

Towson football won’t play again until fall of 2021

The Tigers elected to opt out of the spring 2021 football schedule in the Colonial Athletic Association.

Harbaugh hopeful injured Ingram will return for Pittsburgh game

The news was good for the veteran running back, but not so positive for reserve cornerback Anthony Averett.

Queen says key to rapid improvement has been “slowing myself down”

The Ravens rookie inside linebacker says he's processing the game and understanding his assignments better as time goes on.

Clark says Ravens should have beaten Eagles “a lot cleaner than what we did”

The Ravens safety lamented mistakes made by the defense over the final quarter that turned an 18-point deficit into a one-score game.

Harbaugh discusses weird bye week with players staying in Owings Mills

Ravens players will continue to be tested every day during a week when players usually get out of town for a few days.

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