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A visit to Pennsylvania Avenue’s ‘Resurrection Intersection’; jazz players Todd Marcus and Bennie Maupin on the mystery of the bass clarinet; and the daughter of artist Amalie Rothschild on her mother’s legacy
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May 18th & 19th, 2012, on The Signal:
We pay a visit to “Resurrection Intersection” at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Presstman Street, where the pushers, pimps and prostitutes have been replaced by gardens, murals, and the transformative community programs at the Harris-Marcus Center.
We get a lesson on the finer points of Baltimore jazz history and the magic of the bass clarinet when we talk with local bandleader Todd Marcus and visiting jazz legend Bennie Maupin.
Plus: Amalie R. Rothschild has just published a book about her mother, the artist Amalie Rothschild, and she reflects on her mother’s extraordinary life and legacy.