Ron speaks with the Enoch Pratt Free Library about his debut book "If You Love Baltimore, It Will Love You Back," and gives a personal tour of his home "altar" of keepsakes and family heirlooms that inspire his work.
Joint online event with fellow Baltimore and Apprentice House authors Lynne Viti, author of "Dancing at Lake Montebello: Poems," and Diane Gensler, author of "Forgive Us Our Trespasses: A memoir of a Jewish Teacher in a Catholic School."
"If You Love Baltimore, It Will Love You Back: 171 Short, But True Stories" reading and why-stories-matter conversation with former Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler and WNEST founder Nestor Aparicio.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Baltimore City Historical Society, and Red Emma's Bookstore partner to present a virtual author talk on Ron's debut book "If You Love Baltimore, It Will Love You Back: 171 Short But True Stories."
As part of a celebration of CeaseFire founder and BCMC director Erricka Bridgeford's anti-violence work on her 48th birthday, she's interviewing 48 people from or in Baltimore she has "always wanted to talk to" as a fundraising event for the Baltimore Community Mediation Center.