An exhibit just opened at the Maryland Institute College of Art that connects the past and present in a single spot.

It looks at one place over 100 years, telling the stories of people, places and events and shows how one intersection has helped shape the city.

It was at the intersection of North Avenue and Charles Street where the first traffic light in the city was located. This intersection is important to Baltimore past and it's the reason MICA students took this intersection and moved it into a gallery. Read On.