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Maryland Daily Record
Take it to the Blogs!

Columbia Journalism Review
The Reconstruction of American Journalism

American University Center for Social Media
A Tale of Two Reports:  Part II, Just what kind of journalism are we trying to construct here?

Baltimore City Paper
Best Citizen Journalism

bthesite.com
Meet the Local Blogger:  Baltimore Slumlord Watch

Baltimore Brew
Collapsed Fells Point Building Spills Onto Eastern Avenue

Baltimore Sun
Q&A:  Baltimore Slumlord Watch

CBS Local – “Most Valuable Blogger”
Peoples Choice Award

GovFresh
Baltimore Open Government 2011 Year In Review

Urban Ghosts Media
The Road Less Travelled:  Abandoned Streets and Overgrown Avenues

Financial Post
Baltimore Has Decided Some Neighborhoods Just Aren’t Worth Saving

Baltimore Brew
On Data, Dilapidation, and Defiance

Baltimore Magazine
Slumlord Justice

Technically Baltimore
Q&A

Baltimore Brew
Art aimed to shame:  activist and street artist team up on vacants

ABC 2 News
Illegal street art calls out owners of Baltimore’s vacant properties

Atlantic Cities
How Keeping Track of Slumlords Became One Woman’s Full-Time Job

WYPR (Maryland Morning)
Street Art Finds a Vacant Home

Baltimore Brew
City demolishing two vacants — and the pointed mural activists painted on them.

NPR “All Things Considered”
Baltimore Activists Use Art And The Web To Fight Blight

CBS Evening News
Restoring Baltimore With Some Tough Love

Baltimore Sun
Group targets vacants with art, activism

City Paper
The Sun’s Credulous Take on Stanley Rochkind

City Paper
Urban Artillery

Marc Steiner Show
September 6, 2013

Voice of Russia
America’s Housing Nightmare: Urban Blight in Baltimore

Voice of Russia
America’s Housing Nightmare: How Do You Fix Urban Blight?

Voice of Russia
America’s Housing Nightmare: Churches and Urban Blight

Huffington Post
Street Art and Activism With ‘The Slumlord Project’ In Baltimore

20minutos.es (In Spanish)
Arte callejero para denunciar las decenas de miles de casas que se caen a pedazos en Baltimore

The Atlantic
The Hunt for Baltimore’s Slumlords

WAMU (“Metro Connection”)
Slumlord Watch Blogger Targets Urban Blight in Baltimore

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