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Zodiac Killer’s Baltimore Connection!!


“Life is nothing without obsession.” -Pecker If you know me at all, you know that I’m obsessed with Baltimore. If you  know me a bit better, you also know that, from time-to-time, I’m obsessed with the Zodiac Killer. So today, … Continue reading

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Baltimore’s Barclay Street Beauty


For the first time in a quite a while, I had the opportunity to just relax on an actual day off.  While running errands and trying to track down a small piece of architecture that is supposedly a standing remnant … Continue reading

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My Baltimore Books, John Steadman’s ‘Football’s Miracle Men”


This post is long overdue.  For years, there was a book that was missing from my ‘Baltimore Books’ collection.  Missing, due to my own stupidity. When I was boy, my Uncle Kelly gave me his copy of “Football’s Miracle Men, … Continue reading

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Jacques Kelly to the Rescue!!


I know that all of you are dying to know how my investigation into the nomenclature of the mystery structure I blogged about yesterday is going.  Well my main man, Jacques Kelly came through in the clutch.  I sent him … Continue reading

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Fishbone ROCKS! BaltimoreBoy’s Cellphone Camera SUCKS!


It took 30 years but I finally got to see the legendary Fishbone in concert and they did not disappoint.  These guys have been creating some of the most energetic and diverse music that has ever been created.  They played … Continue reading

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Baltimore Homicide Icon, Terrence Mclarney Replaced as Head of Murder Police


Appparently, McLarney left his car in a ditch back in March, which might be a symptom of a larger personal issue.  I will say that T.P. Mclarney was definitely one of my favorites from David Simon’s “Homicide: A Year on … Continue reading

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I’ve Always Loved This Photo…


of Andy Warhol and Divine.  It just dawned on me that Divine looks a little like Little Edie Beale of Grey Gardens fame.  ZANY!

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Longtime Baltimore waitress worked for Unitas, served Sinatra


Longtime Baltimore waitress worked for Unitas, served Sinatra. This is pretty awesome!  I can’t wait to get this book.  I really hope she does a few book signings!

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