Tag Archives: John Waters

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 Boy Wishes His Fellow Marines a Happy Birthday!


November 10th is the Birthday of the United States Marine Corps and November 11th is Veterans’ Day. I’m pretty darn sure that a lot of the people that follow or read my blog don’t know that I served in the … Continue reading

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Patterson Family Graveyard Defiled, Maybe Betsy’s Ghost Did it!


I hadn’t stopped by the Patterson Family Graveyard in a while so on a recent stamp purchasing trek to the Waverly Post Office, I ambled over.  You may recall some blogs I posted last year, after I stumbled upon the … Continue reading

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My Night With Philip Seymour Hoffman


For almost 5 years, I lived in New York City.  I went there, just like so many others, to pursue a dream, to scratch an itch, to give flight to the fantasy that I could make a living being a … Continue reading

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“I don’t want no white man lookin’ at my Tampex!”


Apparently the amazing Jean Hill has passed away.  I literally read the news a few minutes ago.  So sorry I never met her.  She wasn’t an original Dreamlander but NO ONE could have played the role of Griselda, better.

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How did the Academy Pass Over Susan Lowe’s Performance??


In Wrasslin’ Rita’s defense, Big Jimmy Dong was a real butthead! I think that ‘Desperate Living’ is the most diabolically funny of John Waters’ movies.

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Stonehenge of the Herring Run


A few months ago, I went for a run from my Northeast Baltimore neighborhood of Original Northwood toward Lauraville.  My route took me over the bridge that spans the Herring Run that extends between Morgan State University and Harford Rd.  … Continue reading

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One of The Greatest Baltimore Accents Ever!


Just click the link and watch till the 2 minute mark.                        http://youtu.be/ZqcEjQ021C8

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Need Some Help, Old-School Waverly People and Maybe Jacques Kelly


I love stumbling upon amazing old Baltimore architecture and last week I experienced the latest installment in, “What IS this cool old building thing?!” I had to buy some stamps and popped over to the Waverly Post Office, which, for … Continue reading

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#BaltimoreBeingBaltimore


Yes, I know I made the title a hashtag and , yes, I know this is WordPress and not Twitter.  I just used this hashtag earlier in a tweet and thought it would make a nice title for a blog … Continue reading

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