Baltimore Fishbowl: Fate of controversial ‘Male/Female’ sculpture ‘to be determined,’ developers say

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There's "one question that is always a topic of discussion when we think about Penn Station," Don Fry said. "What is the future in the overall plans for the Man/Woman statue that is in front of the building?"
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