Man, people complain when half a city block and several cars fall onto railroad tracks, and they complain when you try to fix it. Read More →
EJ Rumpke was just minding his own business one Saturday this summer — okay, it was his bachelor party, so things might’ve been a little raucous–when Bill Murray showed up and crashed his party. Yes, Bill Murray-Bill Murray. Millions of people watched the video of the ensuing shenanigans, but we talked with Rumpke–now happily married and the director of operations at a Baltimore-based start-up–to get the story behind the viral phenomenon.
So where and how did you come to meet Bill Murray?
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake took a tour of downtown Baltimore’s public art today. In the process, she re-dedicated murals that recently went in for some primming. Read More →
My 1979 Halloween was one strange trip. It was my sophomore year of college, already full of freedom and weirdness. That year, every day felt like Halloween as the country was swept up in the mania of The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s twice-weekly screenings at over 230 theaters. And punk rock ruled. It was the heyday of bands like the Ramones, the Cramps and Richard Hell and the Voidoids. I knew lots of people who sported mohawks, wore dog collars routinely and pushed giant safety pins through their lips. But this was Halloween, the freakiest night of the year, and I was eager to blend into the mayhem myself. But I had one mundane chore to finish first. Read More →
If you’re new to Baltimore — meaning you’ve moved to the city within the past three years — we know some people who want to hear from you.
Today is the last day to bid on hundreds of fabulous items in this year’s Shop-a-Paw-Looza. Every single item in our auction was generously donated, which means that your bids will go directly to help us save the lives of over 3,000 pets every year. Read More →
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