Category Archives: maryland history

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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John Eager Howard Gets a Little Work Done


That John Eager Howard is so vain!!!Look at this guy!!  He’s being fawned over!  What a lovely Fall day in the Mt. Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore!

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My Baltimore Books


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

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Oooo..Merry Christmas From Baltimore. A Little George Washington Upskirt


Driving home tonight, I had the good fortune to hit a red light right next to and under the Washington Monument in Mt. Vernon.  It was so warm tonight that I had my moon roof open on the Honda and … 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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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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Diner Hunter Made Me Do It!


My blog today is inspired by my love of old Baltimore and the work of WordPress Blogger, Spencer Stewart.  His blog is called Diner Hunter and aside from his love of old diners, he is as fanatical about the late, … Continue reading

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The Sample Ballots are Here! The Sample Ballots are Here!


Well I got home from work tonight and had a real Navin Johnson moment.  I saw that Anna had put a small pile of mail on the couch and noticed that the sample ballots for the election had been delivered.  … Continue reading

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Do I Look Excited!


Well, I know that you can’t see me but if you could, you would notice that I’m excited that I’ve ordered and paid in full for my campaign shirts and campaign yard signs.  Of course, the real challenge is finding … Continue reading

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Come Meet Your Baltimore City Council Candidate Scott Carberry!!


Tonight I will be meeting and greeting at the Maryland Unified Licensees Beverage Association Honors Party!!  WooHoo!  It’s being held at the Patapsco Arena at 3301 Annapolis Road.  Should be interesting.  It’s free to attend and there will be food … Continue reading

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