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Chuck Klosterman Q&A From the Baltimore Book Festival (Transcript)

Incomplete transcript from Chuck Klosterman’s appearance at the Baltimore Book Festival on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. The following comprises the final 40 minutes or so of his question and answer session. 4,755 more words

Rainbow Cake

I truly had no idea that Rainbow Cake, sometimes called Ribbon Cake was a uniquely Baltimore cake.  Emerging in the early 1900’s according to Food Historian Gil Marks, … 343 more words


Exploring Marshy Point Nature Center

One of the things that I am most excited about in living back on the east coast, and especially by the water, is the ability to explore and see and do more than I have been able to in a while. 533 more words

Remington gets impatient as 25th Street Station site languishes

Neighborhood association members in Remington and Old Goucher say they are becoming frustrated with the uncertainty surrounding the 25th Street Station site and are demanding answers from Seawall Development Co., which has said it is the contract purchaser to the 11.5-acre development site. 35 more words



Some shameless self promotion here, but here is a track I made. Enjoy.

Exaktly with the specials. You already know.

Forrane. Not sure who he is, but I like it.


Dog Hungry To See Orioles In Playoffs, Chews Tickets

CATONSVILLE (WJZ) –You’ve probably heard this excuse a hundred times — the dog ate my homework. Well, that hit close to home for one Orioles fan. 440 more words


Here's how you can get front-row seats for Orioles playoff games — and help Baltimore charities

Want to sit right behind home plate for the Orioles’ first game of the playoffs?

That’ll be $1,799. At least.

The Orioles are auctioning off eight pairs of front-row seats— and one pair of second-row seats — directly behind home plate for the first two games of the American League Division Series, with the proceeds going to nine charities. 34 more words