Land of the Wire | Francis Levy

February 10, 2015 6:04 PM

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You drive down to the old Lexington Market in Baltimore, famous for its crab cakes and other sea food.

The market, which was started in 1782, is an old and venerable institution. However, an adjacent corner is filled with men and women with no place to go who hang out listlessly in front of a beaten down storefront where take out Chinese is sold. These are not the itinerant homeless whose eyes you se...

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