I’ve been covering Baltimore’s creative community since I was 21 years old, and one thing that has remained constant in that 10 years is that there’s no shortage of artists pleading to be heard, considered and appreciated. In many ways in the years since I started my career in journalism, this city’s media platforms have failed its artists. Alternative weekly papers were the best source for what was happening on the ground, but even they largely overlooked anything outside of Central Baltimore for the majority of their existence.
Arts and Culture Editor Lawrence Burney describes plans for more balanced arts coverage
March 24, 2022