Category Archives: literature
I’ve been a fan of Martin Shorts’ since his SCTV days. Like all of his SCTV compadres, he fearlessly created characters that were off-kilter and potentially only funny to a select few people. Count me as one of those. Because … Continue reading
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
I am consistently threatening to do a whole bunch of blogs about every book I have that is Baltimore-themed. Much to my chagrin, I have failed to follow through on this. Other than flea markets, Normal’s Books&Records in Waverly is … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was sitting on my couch watching the evening news on WBAL Channel 11 here in Baltimore and they were running down the list of the previous night’s shootings and they always throw up a graphic … Continue reading
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!