Media, Events, FAQ
* A Fell's Point Candidates' Forum, April 7th, 7-8pm, at the Polish Home (512 S. Broadway).
* A Brewer's Hill Meet & Greet, April 8th, 6-7:30pm, at the Hanover Apartments, hosted by Matt & Cynthia Glace (3700 Toone Street)
* A Highlandtown Meet & Greet, April 9th, 6-7:30pm, at 227 S. Robinson Street, hosted by Heather Francey-Kelly
* A Baltimore Highlands Meet & Greet, April 10th, 4-5:30pm, at 2 N. Clinton Street, hosted by Melissa & John Wesby
* A Butchers Hill Meet & Greet, April 10th, 6-7:30pm, at 2116 E. Baltimore Street, hosted by Victoria & Edward Brown
* Baltimore Sun Voter Guide--City Council District One. March 2016.
* "City Council Endorsements: Districts 1 through 5." The Baltimore Sun, April 18, 2016.
* Roughly Speaking: Podcast Interview with Dan Rodricks of the Baltimore Sun. Published April 16, 2016.
* "Candidate Profile--Mark Parker." The Baltimore Guide, March 30, 2016.
* "Sorting Out Baltimore's Busy City Council Races." WYPR, Maryland Morning, broadcast on March 30, 2016.
* "Council candidates share solutions to crime, education, and transportation." The Baltimore Guide, March 29, 2016.
* "1st District: Nine candidates vie for the job." City Paper, March 23, 2016.
* "City Council District 1 Candidate Mark Parker on Housing." Housing Policy Watch. March 11, 2016.
* "Mark Parker, Candidate for City Council, First District." Bikemore candidate questionaire, focused on cycling and transportation. February 25, 2016.
* "City Council Candidates for the First District." First Edition with Sean Yoes on WEAA 88.9FM. Broadcast on February 24, 2016.
* "City Council candidates go head-to-head on the issues at public forum." The Baltimore Guide, February 24, 2016.
* "A big-money, two-party race for City Council heats up in Southeast Baltimore." The Sun, February 17, 2016
* "Mark Parker Discusses His Candidacy for Balto. City Council in the 1st District." On Background, with Roberto Alejandro, February 15, 2016
* "Latinos commit to turn out the vote--CASA in Action endorses primary candidates in critical Baltimore City elections." CASA in Action, January 26, 2016.
* "Smashing Sandtown-Winchester, to save it?" Baltimore Brew, January 6, 2016
* "Much turnover likely in Baltimore City Council elections." The Sun, January 2, 2016
* "Activists protest plan to deport Central Americans with White House march." The Washington Post, December 30, 2015
* "City Council Candidates on Improving Transportation." A forum moderated by Marc Steiner, November 27, 2015.
* "'I Bike, I Vote' City bicycling nonprofit launches yearlong campaign with Remington event." Baltimore Magazine, November 10, 2015
* "City Council candidates speak at public forum." The Baltimore Guide, October 15, 2015
* "Campaign Close-Up: 1st District candidates talk traffic, development and crime." Baltimore Brew, October 10, 2015
* "Baltimore City Council (Dist. 1) Candidates Forum in Thames Park 10/8/15" Baltimore Elections, October 8, 2015
* "At mock funeral for "poverty wages," workers call on city for help." Baltimore Brew, September 29, 2015
* "Mark Parker Wants to Listen to Your Story" Owen Silverman Andrews, September 27, 2015
* "Democratic 1st district council hopefuls gather for candidate forum." The Baltimore Guide, August 19, 2015
* "Kraft to run for Baltimore judge" The Sun, June 15, 2015
* "Spring cleaning events in Patterson Park" The Baltimore Guide, April 15, 2015
* "Baltimore residents form solar energy co-op" The Sun, April 11, 2015
* "Local pastor announces candidacy for 1st District councilman." The Baltimore Guide, April 8, 2015
* "Candidates Already Lining Up for Southeast Baltimore City Council Seat" Baltimore Fishbowl, March 31, 2015
* "More than a thousand ride for Tom Palermo and safer biking." Baltimore Brew, January 1, 2015
* "Oktoberfest event to raise money for new Highlandtown preschool: Prost!" The Baltimore Guide, October 8, 2014
* "Highlandtown gears up for assault on trash, illegal dumping." The Baltimore Guide, September 17, 2014
* "Before the Liquor Board, Patterson Park serves up a classic concoction" Baltimore Brew, June 25, 2014
* "The Pub Pastor" Baltimore City Paper, May 7, 2014
* "Baltimore: Where Everybody Knows Your Name" Excerpt from the 2014 annual report of Live Baltimore.
* "Mark Parker Developer of Breath of God Lutheran in Baltimore" Clint Schnekloth, 2014
* "Forty Under Forty" Baltimore Magazine, October 2013
* "News that city's population has grown isn't a surprise to residents" The Sun, March 15, 2013
* "Highlandtown pastor receives homeownership counseling from Southeast CDC" Southeast Community Development Corporation, October 31, 2012
* "Civil Marriage: God's Kingdom is Inclusive" The Baltimore Guide, October 24th, 2012
* "There is a place for prayers by, and for, the community." The Baltimore Guide, March 7th, 2012
* "Neighborhood folks shoot hoops at Highlandtown church." The Baltimore Guide, February 3rd, 2010
* There's been a lot of conversation around universal pre-kindergarten. What are the benefits to it? What are the practical, financial, and political realities?
* I've heard a lot about the Community Schools Initiative. What does that mean for our schools and neighborhoods?
* What are your concerns and proposals about height and density with the Transform Baltimore rezoning process, especially related to Fell's Point?
* You've worked a lot with public schools in Southeast Baltimore, and your son attends Patterson Park Public Charter School. What's your take on the dueling lawsuits between charter operators and city schools leadership around funding?
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