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#tbt my crew still got my back #bmorelove where's Kevin Liles @morganstateu representer 💥

Summer lovin #2006 to now ❤️#oceancity to #bmorelove

In progress piece I've been working on lately, half is fresh and half is healed. Still have to add some more flowers around but I thought I would share it with you all! Thanks again Brooke @brookeorzech_ !! For appointments please visit AllisinTattoos.com

Memphis meets Baltimore. #sunnydayparty #SunnyDayAppreciationParty great environment got much love for Baltimore #bmorelove been here for almost 2 months the best environment I been to thus far. Time getting short here, the love was real yesterday thanks for the love giving Memphis that Baltimore love. #PTF

Look who it is😍❤️ Love u babes @ellie_yabish_backup it's about to go up up up and away❣️ #besties #sisters #weekendvibes #bmorelove #spring17

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Hello. Good morning stroll...
Billie Holiday Row in Upper Fells Point
Just around the way..
Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽
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Eleanora Fagan (April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959), professionally known as Billie Holiday, was an American jazz musician and singer-songwriterwith a career spanning nearly thirty years. Nicknamed "Lady Day"
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Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo. She was known for her vocal delivery and improvisational skills, despite her limited range and lack of formal music education.
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As a young girl, Billie Holiday spent a considerable amount of her childhood in Baltimore, Maryland. At one point, she lived on the 200 block of S. Durham Street (thought to be at 217 and 219). .
UFPIA received a PNC Transformative Art Grant of $30,000 to create a tribute to Ms. Holiday based on her music and life.
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Projects completed are: -- Painted screens on several houses on the block using themes and images from the life and music of Billie Holiday.
-- A mosaic on a large masonry wall by Baltimore artist Joe Rizza
-- Muralists James Eichelberger and Michael Kirby painted murals on the designated walls and Bridget Cimino painted two murals (one at 1813 E Pratt St and at 250 S Durham St - on the back of the Fell’s Point Corner Theatre).
-- Artist Anne Kotleba, along with local children, painted gardenias on various walls (gardenias were worn in Billie Holiday’s hair and became her trademark)
-- Wall plaques
-- Repaving the block with Belgian block inserts
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http://www.upperfellspoint.org/committees-projects/billie-holiday-project/
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Summer lovin #2006 to now ❤️#oceancity to #bmorelove

Reunited & feels so good! Meet up with my friend from college! She hasn't changed. Anyone else get chance catch up with old friends today?! Lemme know👇👇

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