The life and times of John Street Park

“As a park, it’s an impertinence. Who ever heard of a park seven row houses wide, enclosed rather sketchily by low brick walls?”  That is how  Sara Azrael in 1958, writing for the Roland Park Company’s Gardens, Houses and People magazine,  characterized the little Bolton Hill garden now known as John Street Park.

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Neighbors

James Craigen Sr. is hoping that maybe, finally, just possibly, the stars are aligning and in the coming months and years we may begin to see a serious effort in the country, and particularly in Baltimore, to tackle the very old roadblocks that have kept the city divided and so many Black Baltimoreans in poverty.

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