I thought I’d been everywhere in Baltimore, thought I’d seen everything from every possible vantage, until the other day. While standing on Oliver Street, on the far east side of the city, I looked to my left. A half-mile to the west, where the street rises, was a magnificent bell tower I had never noticed before, almost shocking in its singularity against the gray sky. It looked to be more than 100 feet tall, but taller still because of its location.
Dan Rodricks: In Baltimore, look up and ask around to understand how things came to be
November 4, 2022