Caroline has educated me about the lives of some of the young African-Americans from dysfunctional homes whom she helped as teenagers. Baltimore needs more people like her to guide errant young people. The city might also take a leaf from her Saturday morning walking tours of parts of her beloved home that border on the recent riot area. It is rich in monuments, statutes, once treasured churches, descriptive historic signs. The Maryland Historical Society traces all of the above and more. Now known to many people as the city of crime, Baltimore also contains a distinctive Catholic Cathedral. And, since 1954, Baltimore has been the home of its secular counterpart, the Baltimore Orioles.