The hunt for Baltimore’s last phone booth [Links Roundup]

Plus: Gov. Larry Hogan declares Maryland “open for business.”

Well, where is it? (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Startup Maryland names first entrepreneur in residence [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Shahab Kaviani, co-founder and CEO of CoFoundersLab in Rockville, will work with Startup Maryland members to tackle business development issues such as branding, community outreach and raising money.”
Larry Hogan’s inaugural address speech [Baltimore Sun]: “Maryland has an educated workforce, world-class universities and colleges, great community colleges, and public schools. We have our beautiful Chesapeake Bay, the Port of Baltimore, and a great location in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region. We must leverage these amazing assets to transform Maryland into a place where businesses can flourish and create more jobs and opportunities for our citizens. Starting today let me say loudly and clearly: Maryland is open for business.”
Death of the Phone Booth [The Daily Record]: “‘There’s one telephone booth left in the city, I believe, maybe,’ Department of General Services Director Steve Sharkey said during a conference call with reporters.”

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Even H.L. Mencken couldn’t resist the phone booth mystery. (Click here to view the conversation that followed.)


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