Retail historian and author Michael Lisicky shares images from the Fells Point neighborhood during the shutdown.
A contributor from Towson talks about starting a new job as a Librarian just as the pandemic hits.
Arts administrator C. Ryan Patterson shares a sampling from his COVID Comics series.
A contributor from Riverdale discusses using her costume making skills to sew medical masks.
While those in Baltimore have sheltered in their homes, downtown Baltimore has ground to a standstill, as evidenced in the photos from today's contributor.
Betsy from Baltimore County shares troubles regarding COVID testing.
At some businesses, masks are now required, and at the Bethesda Co-Op, the number of shoppers have been limited.
Elementary school students from Anne Arundel County share how the pandemic has impacted them.
Tenth Ward Distilling Company shares the ways it has adapted in response to COVID.
A contributor from Towson writes about growing uncertainty as schools close and businesses shutter across the state.
Takeout and delivery has become part of the new norm for many restaurants, and breweries, too, in response to the pandemic.
Contributor Jacqueline reflects on Leap Year today and 100 years back.
Carolyn from Baltimore shares a poem inspired by the pandemic.
Contributor Margaret from Freeland explains how her senior year of high school has turned out very different than expected.
The Editor of The Avenue News writes of the impact of COVID-19 on staff and on news coverage.