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“The Ornithologist” This Movie Has Everything! Also, I LOVE The Parkway Theater!


I have been jonesing to go to Baltimore’s reborn and resurrected Parkway Theater to see a film. Any film. So tonight was the night. I didn’t know anything about “The Ornithologist” other than there was an ornithologist in it. Well … Continue reading

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Snort, Shoot, Save!


Before you start reading this blog, please know that it is not my intention to be snarky and judgmental. With that stated let me say that  I had an “Only in Baltimore” moment last night.  I stopped by the Target … Continue reading

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It’s The Great Pumpkin, Baltimore!


Oh it’s time for a little “Fodder in the Shock”….whatever the hell that means.  That’s something I remember from some harvesty-Fall poem I read as a kid.  Whenever I do something, Fall-esque, I think of that phrase. Anna and I … Continue reading

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Sinful&Sweet…Baltimore in a Cupcake


The cupcake as a gourmet item has kind of exploded the past few years.  They are kind of the culinary equivalent of cigars in the ’80’s and anyone with basic cable has seen the proliferation of cupcake shows on their … Continue reading

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Baltimore’s Historical Conflict Cast in Bronze..and probably some other materials.


An activity that my fiancee, Anna and I enjoy immensely is going for a relaxing hike through Robert E. Lee Park.  Robert E. Lee is a great place to get away from the rigors of city life without ever leaving … Continue reading

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