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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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BaltimoreBoy Abides!


Somebody found my blog today by doing a search for, “Insane asylum Conowingo Dam”. Now I know that I have mentioned the Conowingo Dam in a previous blog but I don’t recall talking about insane asylums.  Now I remember, I … Continue reading

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So What is Playing at Your Movie Theater Tonight?


Tonight I am so excited that I get the chance to see one of my favorite films on the BIG SCREEN for the first time.  This evening I will be enjoying Jean-Luc Godard’s, “Weekend” at the Charles Theater here in … Continue reading

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Baltimore Boy’s Bride Bestows Bounty!


I know what you are thinking.  “Scott, why oh why are you blogging on your wedding day?  Surely there is more that you could be doing!”  Well we are still 5-6 hours away from needing to be anywhere so 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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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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Hollywood is Full of Lazy Bastards!!!


I was driving past the Rotunda Cinema here in Baltimore today and noted that all of the movies playing were sequels.  Every fucking one of them.  I get it.  This is all just product and movie makers know that it’s … Continue reading

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Time Will Not Dim the Glory of Their Deeds


There was a time when everyday in Baltimore was a Memorial Day of sorts.  The beloved home of the Orioles and Colts was indeed, Memorial Stadium.  It’s most prominent feature being the huge dedication that faced 33rd street.  Simple and … Continue reading

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Play Misty for me Baltimore!


This past Friday provided me with two instances of the weepies.  Good weepies, happy weepies.  These moist eye moments were brought on by some things that are particularly heart warming and prideful to a person, like myself, who is possessed … Continue reading

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