This metaphorical blindness becomes a problem when Kelly is assigned, by some editor's ill-conceived design, to cover contemporary arts. His most recent column called "Motor House to offer space for artists in Station North" is so clueless about the recent past that it is not only embarrassing but serves to falsify the public record and erase history. Kelly reports on the new developments at 120 N. Avenue, which, as we reported in 2013, was bought by the Baltimore Arts and Realty Corporation (BARCO). Kelly adds almost nothing to that reporting (without acknowledging it; BARCO's plans have not changed much since we reported on the sale), while also missing that BARCO is funded by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. But he does add that the building will now be called the Motor House, which will house . . . artist studios, just like it did when it was owned by Sherwin Mark and called Load of Fun between 2005 and 2013.