Psychic predictions for Baltimore in 2013 [Pictures]
Who knows what 2013 holds in store for Baltimore and some of its most well-known figures? While no one can be absolutely sure, we put our faith in a panel of psychic advisers to tell us what will happen to Michael Phelps, John Waters, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other Baltimore notables.
Angela Devoti, whose second-sight goes back generations in her family, handled the psychic readings. Farida Shourbaji, a mystic of sorts, looked to the stars to foresee their futures. And Lexie Mountain, whose real name is Lexie Macchi, read their tarot cards. These part-time experts peered into the fog of the future, and reported back with their findings. From the looks of it, 2013 could be as fruitful as 2012 for some of Baltimore's biggest news makers.
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Baltimore Grand Prix( Robert K. Hamilton, Baltimore Sun photo )
Farida Shourbaji: Lucky Jupiter shines its light on the Grand Prix in early 2013 -- and it's a green light, so gun it. This could be the year the Grand Prix finally makes a profit, which is good because I don't want to be trapped in traffic for hours again unless this thing is Baltimore's billion dollar baby.
Lexie Mountain: Whose house? Baltimore's house. The Baltimore Grand Prix will be successful only as long as it is hyper aware of the city of Baltimore itself. In a fun twist, we also recommend that Race On LLC pay close attention to spheres of feminine influence in negotiating with local vendors and suppliers. If money is placed in front of long-term goals then the BGP will come up short for next time as well. Talent, patience and energy comprise the turtle that will pull out ahead to clinch the race in 2013 and beyond.
Angela Devoti: The third annual Baltimore Grand Prix gets last-minute funding from a secret Super-PAC, but will meet surprise resistance on race day from a group of environmental protesters dressed as trees, forming human chains across race routes. The race will be occupied, the revolution will be televised , and the authorities will be peeved. Few will ever bring up Baltimore's Grand Prix ever again without mentioning this incident.