Pennies for Poe

Near the diner grill, a bowl of change for the literary giant

Baltimore schoolkids collected pennies nearly 150 years ago to save Edgar Allan Poe the indignity of lying in an unmarked grave. Now another "Pennies for Poe" campaign is under way, this time with the intention of sparing his North Amity Street house from closure. Full Story »

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Delfina Ezcurra
2.3
by Delfina Ezcurra - Apr. 15, 2011

This article does not represent good journalism. The author, Vozzella, begins the story talking about raising money for the Edgar Allan Poe house (supporting the title), then continues by talking about celebrities on twitter, and finishes with why people should run barefoot. I was completely confused while reading.

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