Help Us Build SoBo Connections in 2022

Issue #4 hit the streets on Saturday, December 4.

Our latest issue (#4) is now available free at outlets all over the peninsula. Pick up a copy today and read about the new Rash Field Park, the greening of SoBo, exciting exhibits that have just opened here, and a lot more.

It’s been a busy first year for this community news enterprise. We’re off to a great start, but now we’d like to ask for your help.

This grassroots community-building effort has run mainly on volunteer power and advertising revenue in our newspaper edition. But to make it for the long term, we will also need donations from community members who like what we’ve been doing, whether it’s a deep dive beneath Federal Hill, a tour inside Domino Sugar, kudos to peninsula pandemic heroes, or our online listings of SoBo events and eateries.

Your contribution will go toward doing more of the same. We operate as a nonprofit enterprise: South Baltimore United, Inc. No one draws a salary here. We’re not in it for the money. We’re in it because we love this community and want to see it thrive.

The target of our first GoFundMe campaign is to raise $8,000 by the end of January. This will give us a solid foundation for the newspaper, blog, social media, and community events in 2022, and it will put us in a good position to grow down the road.

I hope you’ll join us in building this enterprise dedicated to fostering a stronger and more connected South Baltimore. Thank you for your support! – Steve Cole, Editor-in-Chief


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2 thoughts on “Help Us Build SoBo Connections in 2022

  1. Hi there:

    You were kind enough to interview my wife and me on a feature about our weekly streaming radio show. As you may remember, I’m a published writer and English major as well. Might you be interested in a monthly column wherein I alert readers to new and interesting releases in music?

    Best, Dom and Charlene of Beatsville

    P.S. We now live in Fells Point and I know it’s not technically South Baltimore but it is just a five minute ferry ride away!

    P.P.S. Congrats on the terrific publication as a former magazine publisher of some twenty-five years I know the sweat and toil that goes into the mechanics of producing a publication. Bravo!

    On Sun, Dec 5, 2021 at 4:05 PM South Baltimore Peninsula Post wrote:

    > peninsulapost posted: ” Issue #4 hit the streets on Saturday, December 4. > Our latest issue (#4) is now available free at outlets all over the > peninsula. Pick up a copy today and read about the new Rash Field Park, the > greening of SoBo, exciting exhibits that have just opened” >

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  2. Dom: Great to hear from you, and thanks for the kudos. At this point the young Peninsula Post does not have space for a music column, but stay in touch as we grow and we can revisit that down the road. All the best!

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