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Hampdenfest Kids poster by Kevin Sherry! #hampdenfest

Saturday is Hampdenfest! There’ll be great vendors, food, activities and entertainment for the kids, oh and Future Islands is playing. And it’s free! We love our neighborhood!

We got Best Bookstore and Celebrated Summer Records got Best Record Store! Thanks, City Paper! Eightbar also got Best Bar Top

And thank you, City Paper Readers for picking us as the Best Bookstore in Baltimore and Hampden as the Best Neighborhood in the Readers Poll!

Benn and Noah, Comic BFFs. SPX 2009-2014. Benn and Noah, Comic BFFs. SPX 2009-2014. Benn and Noah, Comic BFFs. SPX 2009-2014. Benn and Noah, Comic BFFs. SPX 2009-2014.

Benn and Noah, Comic BFFs. SPX 2009-2014.

To celebrate the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner and the end of the war of 1812, the Baltimore Office Office of Promotion of the Arts asked Benn to put together biographical comics of 5 historical figures. The idea was that these one-page comics histories would be blown up to 20 feet tall and positioned around Fort McHenry. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday made the frames too unstable to display, so they didn’t go up. Mabye BOPA can find a place to display them soon - like maybe the Baltimore Book Festival. Meanwhile, here are the comics histories by Alex Fine, Jimmy Giegerich, Kate Haberer, Brian Ralph, and Noah Van Sciver. To celebrate the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner and the end of the war of 1812, the Baltimore Office Office of Promotion of the Arts asked Benn to put together biographical comics of 5 historical figures. The idea was that these one-page comics histories would be blown up to 20 feet tall and positioned around Fort McHenry. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday made the frames too unstable to display, so they didn’t go up. Mabye BOPA can find a place to display them soon - like maybe the Baltimore Book Festival. Meanwhile, here are the comics histories by Alex Fine, Jimmy Giegerich, Kate Haberer, Brian Ralph, and Noah Van Sciver. To celebrate the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner and the end of the war of 1812, the Baltimore Office Office of Promotion of the Arts asked Benn to put together biographical comics of 5 historical figures. The idea was that these one-page comics histories would be blown up to 20 feet tall and positioned around Fort McHenry. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday made the frames too unstable to display, so they didn’t go up. Mabye BOPA can find a place to display them soon - like maybe the Baltimore Book Festival. Meanwhile, here are the comics histories by Alex Fine, Jimmy Giegerich, Kate Haberer, Brian Ralph, and Noah Van Sciver. To celebrate the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner and the end of the war of 1812, the Baltimore Office Office of Promotion of the Arts asked Benn to put together biographical comics of 5 historical figures. The idea was that these one-page comics histories would be blown up to 20 feet tall and positioned around Fort McHenry. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday made the frames too unstable to display, so they didn’t go up. Mabye BOPA can find a place to display them soon - like maybe the Baltimore Book Festival. Meanwhile, here are the comics histories by Alex Fine, Jimmy Giegerich, Kate Haberer, Brian Ralph, and Noah Van Sciver. To celebrate the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner and the end of the war of 1812, the Baltimore Office Office of Promotion of the Arts asked Benn to put together biographical comics of 5 historical figures. The idea was that these one-page comics histories would be blown up to 20 feet tall and positioned around Fort McHenry. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday made the frames too unstable to display, so they didn’t go up. Mabye BOPA can find a place to display them soon - like maybe the Baltimore Book Festival. Meanwhile, here are the comics histories by Alex Fine, Jimmy Giegerich, Kate Haberer, Brian Ralph, and Noah Van Sciver.

To celebrate the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner and the end of the war of 1812, the Baltimore Office Office of Promotion of the Arts asked Benn to put together biographical comics of 5 historical figures. The idea was that these one-page comics histories would be blown up to 20 feet tall and positioned around Fort McHenry. Unfortunately, the weather on Saturday made the frames too unstable to display, so they didn’t go up. Mabye BOPA can find a place to display them soon - like maybe the Baltimore Book Festival. Meanwhile, here are the comics histories by Alex Fine, Jimmy Giegerich, Kate Haberer, Brian Ralph, and Noah Van Sciver.

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