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Baltimore Pride Parade and Block Party a big hit

 Saturday afternoon was the second day of this year’s annual Baltimore Pride Festival. It was marked by a colorful parade, on a very sunny, hot day. The festival will finish up tomorrow, the 18th, with a full schedule of events. […]

Baltimore Pride Parade and Block Party a big hit

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 Saturday afternoon was the second day of this year’s annual Baltimore Pride Festival. It was marked by a colorful parade, on a very sunny, hot day. The festival will finish up tomorrow, the 18th, with a full schedule of events. […]

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Ocean City: Phillips Seafood House is alive and well

In Baltimore certain words will probably trigger a definite response, at least I think they would.  For example, if I said Little Italy you might respond Italian. If I said

CIA agent’s book focuses on plots against Castro and the JFK Case

Introducing Antonio Veciana’s book - “Trained to Kill: The Inside Story of CIA Plots Against Castro, Kennedy and Che.” I couldn’t help thinking when reading Veciana’s riveting account of his

Tony’s Pizza: Ocean City boardwalk restaurant a must stop

It isn't the fanciest restaurant in Ocean City but that's Ok.  It is an ideal choice for families on vacation and for those looking for a good meal at reasonable

James Comey makes it official: President Trump is a liar

Well there is some disagreement about what the biggest take away from James Comey’s testimony in front of the U.S. Senate Committee on Intelligence. Was it that Attorney General

Hit the beach at Hotel Rehoboth

Up until about eight years ago I had never been to Rehoboth Beach Delaware. It was due to the suggestion of a good friend, who works at Jack Lingo Realtors,

 Bawlmer’s HONfest 2017 Off to a roaring start

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon just right for the launching of the annual HONfest, in Hampden. Even at “The Avenue,” 36th Street, was packing up quickly with festival goers,

Bob Dylan stands on the moon with a speech for generations

Via YouTube of course. For the record I’ve seen Bob Dylan perform several times and even met him once, at an 11-day music festival called Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI, where

Grand Jury action needed in unsolved murders, sexual abuse of Keough students and its cover-up

“To the dead we owe only the Truth.” — Voltaire Notice to the Archdiocese of Baltimore (AOB): Three high ranking Penn State College officials were sentenced to jail, on June

Baltimore’s ‘History Songwriter’ Joe Defilippo honors changemakers

Bill Pratt, Leslie Darr, Joe DeFilippo, Bill Phelan, Sue Tice  Joe Defilippo might be Baltimore’s best history songwriter. For decades, the former Baltimore County teacher from Owings Mills recorded songs for

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