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WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER 1921 - 2011

William Donald Schaefer, the political tornado who was Mayor of Baltimore, Governor of Maryland and State Comptroller, died Monday afternoon. He was 89 years old and spent much of that time in public service. As Mayor of Baltimore, he built Charles Center and Harborplace. He transformed downtown. He changed the Inner Harbor from a group of rotting fruit piers to a bustling retail marketplace. Just about everyone said it couldn’t be done. Yet he did it. He marshaled forces, he browbeat aides, he wheedled cash and concessions out of the business community, and he transformed Baltimore, a down-on-its-luck former manufacturing and transportation center, into a tourist city. His energy, and his rages, were the stuff of stories. “Baltimore was his thing,” said Nick Filipidis, owner and major domo at Jimmy’s in Fells Point, where Schaefer ate breakfast just about every morning for 20 years until he moved to a retirement community in 2008. “He never stopped working on Baltimore.” Schaefer had his own table at Jimmy’s.

William Donald Schaefer loved Baltimore wholeheartedly

Then-Mayor William Donald Schaefer debated with activists who were trying to keep a 16lane expressway from cutting through the neighborhood at the first Fells Point Fun Festival. (Photo by Thomas Scilipoti)

Every morning he had what Nick calls the “Schaefer Special,” scrambled eggs, home fries and rye toast with a cup of tea. On Tuesday morning, out of respect for his old friend and customer, Nick had the table set up with a Schaefer Special. People stopped

by the table to pay their respects. They said the same thing: “He was a great man. This is a sad day.” Gene Raynor was working for the state Board of Elections in 1955 in when a balding man walked in to file for City Council candidacy and asked how much it would cost to obtain a copy of the voter rolls for the Fifth District. Gene told him $200. “I can’t afford that,” said Schaefer, then an unheard-of real estate title attorney. “Tell you what,” said Gene. “As a state employee I am entitled to a free copy of the citywide rolls. I’ll lend the Fifth to you, but you have to give it back.” After the election Schaefer returned the roll as promised and took Gene out to lunch at Haussner’s. They remained friends for life. “We were very good pals,” said Gene simply. Schaefer won election as City Council President in 1967, and he became acquaintSchaefer (seated), when asked how he wanted to be remembered, said “He ed with a gaggle of activists who were cared. I want that on my tombstone.” (Photo by Maggie Allen)

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EMPTY CHAIR-At Jimmy’s in Fells Point, a chair once occupied by the late William Donald Schaefer, was reserved in his honor on Tuesday. The ‘Schaefer Special,’ a cup of tea, scrambled eggs, home fries and rye toast, was the order of the day. Friends gathered at the restaurant to share their memories of the city’s lifelong devotee, arguably one of the best-known names in Baltimore politics, if not all of Maryland politics. Schaefer died on Monday at the age of 89. Photo by Jacqueline Watts

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struggling to save the Foot of Broadway from destruction by a 16-lane highway. “In the late 60s at the height of the road fight, he told us, in uncharacteristically gentle tones, that we were wasting our time and the fight was lost,” said Antonia Keane, professor of sociology at Loyola College and a lieutenant in that road fight. Schaefer very rarely misread the direction of political winds, but he did this time. The fight to save the city’s waterfront communities and westside from the highway raged on. U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski got her political start in the road fight, and as a City Councilwoman in the First District, she gathered votes to repeal the highway plan. “I had been promised by my colleagues that they would vote with me,” Mikulski recalled. But then Schaefer, who by then had been elected Mayor, called her. “He said ‘Barbara, I am going to roll you. I am the Mayor. You can’t run the city.’” She lost, 16-3. But Schaefer called her back later and asked whether she thought the waterfront could mean something.

“Out of that came the beginning of...a compromise that led to the Fort McHenry Tunnel. We saved Fells Point. We saved Federal Hill. We created the opportunity to build Camden Yards. Our unfinished business, which I am now working on, is the West Side,” Mikulski remembered. “So he beat me one day. But then he invited me into the office on another day.” After the road fight, Schaefer threw his support behind rebuilding the Foot of Broadway, now called Fells Point, and Federal Hill. Both neighborhoods were depopulated and dilapidated. Out of that grew Schaefer’s legendary ‘dollar house’ initiative, where people who were willing to rehab, and to live in, a house for a decade were sold vacant houses for a dollar. As Mayor, Schaefer was relentless. For 16 years, he tore down and rebuilt, and pushed city workers to fill potholes, pick up litter and clean alleys. In 1987, Schaefer ran for Governor, determined to accomplish statewide what he had in Baltimore. The General Assembly was harder to convince than the 19-member City Council, but Schaefer managed to get a few things done. CONTINUED ON PAGE 12

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money he had in his campaign fund, it was never enough. “He always thought he would lose,” said his friend Gene Raynor. “He was never secure.” Schaefer moved to Fells Point after leaving the State House, to a rowhouse on Lancaster Street right around the corner from Jimmy’s, the political and gossip nerve center of an intensely political and gossipy neighborhood. He had breakfast there just about every morning he was in town, and held forth on subjects ranging from politics to politics. It was fitting that he moved to Fells Point, because back in the early 1960s on the City Council he voted for plans to demolish the neighborhood to make way for a 16-lane expressway. But a group of residents and business people fought the road, and one of the leaders of that group, social worker Barbara Ann Mikulski, went on to have a modest political career of her own. After the battle was finally won, then-Mayor Schaefer, rather than holding a grudge as he tended to do, threw his support behind rehabilitating Fells Point and Federal Hill. So what he had wanted to tear down, he helped to rebuild. And then he moved there. It’s funny how things end up sometimes. Schaefer voted, along with the rest of Fells Point, at Lemko House on Ann Street. He insisted on being the first in line to vote. That meant that he was out in the November morning gloom by 6:30 a.m., and that meant that reporters (including me) had to drag themselves out of bed in time to join him. He enjoyed that. “How you doing, little girl?” he would ask as we huddled miserably by the door. “Did you stay out late? You should have asked me out too.” Schaefer’s goal was to be the first on the voter roll. Number One. In 2002 he was a wee bit late to the polls, because he had had surgery on his bad knee and had to be driven to the poll. His driver was late. William Donald Schaefer was not happy to see people already waiting to vote. So Schaefer did what politicians do: he campaigned. He shook hands, he asked how everyone was doing, and he worked his way to the front of the line. He was, once again, the first through the door, and

When it came to voting, William Donald Schaefer was always Number One at Lemko House. File photo by Jacqueline Watts

the first to sign the register, and the first to cast his vote. Gene Raynor cleaned out Schaefer’s boyhood home on Edgewood Street in 1995, preparing for the move to Fells Point. “One thing about him, whatever you gave him, he kept,” Raynor recalled. “He had a black-and-white TV, still in its box. RCA. New. He never wanted to throw anything away.” The house was still as Schaefer left it years before. “He had furniture from when he was 10 years old,” said Raynor. “He had his suits and clothes from when he was 10. I packed them up and I gave them to one of those ladies with the carts. A bag lady [in Fells Point’s square]. She threw them right back at me.” Schaefer had—and used—tremendous power. But he was a very sentimental man. He loved Baltimore with all his heart. He gave his all. “He embodied the job,” said Jimmy Filipidis, speaking at his restaurant the morning after Schaefer died. His father, Nick, had set up Schaefer’s favorite table with his favorite breakfast, scrambled eggs, home fries, rye toast and tea. “He never left work,” said Jimmy. Barbara Mikulski, Schaefer’s foe during the road fight, and then his ally, gets the last word. “That’s the way

William Donald Schaefer was. No permanent crankiness. Just a permanent agenda to build Baltimore and its economy. He never stopped thinking about Baltimore. Baltimore and its streets and its neighborhoods and its people were his family.” Rest in peace, William Donald Schaefer.

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Schaefer’s body will lie in state at the State House in Annapolis Monday, April 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The State House rotunda will be open for public viewing. His body will be taken past Baltimore landmarks and will lie in state at Baltimore City Hall’s rotunda, 100 N. Holliday St., 6-9 p.m. Monday evening and on Tuesday, April 26, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. The City Hall rotunda will be open during those times for public viewing. A funeral service will be held Wednesday, April 27, at 11 a.m. at Old St. Paul’s Church, 233 N. Charles St. downtown. Schaefer will be buried at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, next to his longtime companion Hilda Mae Snoops.


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few weeks away from rejoining the team, which is a huge loss considering how the rotation has been pitching lately. Looking at things in a positive light (sort of) is Brian Roberts. So far this year, B-Rob (sadly) leads the team in batting average with a .267 average, is tied with Adam Jones with three home runs, and also leads the O’s with 11 RBI. That’s all fine and dandy, but when your 5’9” second baseman is leading your team in home runs and runs batted in, something is wrong. Derrek Lee, Mark Reynolds, Vladimir Guerrero and Luke Scott need to start stepping it up a bit if Baltimore wants to start winning games. One other bright spot on the Orioles is rookie pitcher Zach Britton. Britton easily is the Orioles player of the month, as he posted a record of 2-1 with a 2.75 ERA. Britton has struck out 14 batters in 19.2 innings so far this year, and minus a rough outing against the Indians, has been one of the very few bright spots on this roster. Britton looks to make his next start against the Twins on Wednesday and will hope to rebound from his outing in Cleveland. I would expect him to bounce back quite nicely.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Avenue. Info: 410276-1651. If you cannot attend a community workshop, you can still contribute comments beginning April 18. Visit http://parkplanning. nps.gov/stsp, e-mail STSP_Information@nps. gov or download a comment card from www. nps.gov/stsp (Click on Park Management, and then Park Planning) and mail to Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, 410 Severn Avenue, Suite 314, Annapolis, MD 21403. Bus Trip: There is a bus trip to Harrington Casino to benefit Sr. Julietta’s School for the Blind in Poland, on April 20. Info: Sis and Joe 410-285-1384

Thursday, April 21

Police and Community: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council meets on the third Thursday of each month. The next will be on Thursday, April 21, with buffet opening at 6:30 p.m. at the Southern District Police Station, 10 Cherry Hill Road. Sign up now to host the buffet. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443-831-0538, www.sdpcrc.org. Recovery Ministry: Dundalk Church of the Nazarene has a Recovery Ministry every Thursday at 7 p.m. for those with hurts, habits or hang-ups. All welcome. Info: 410-2885136. ON THE HUNT-In 2009, 3-year-old DeMuriel Pernell had gathered a basket full of eggs in Patterson Park. Kids can hunt for more eggs this weekend. Check the Lenten Calendar for details. Photo by Anna Santana Good Friday Closings: Good Friday is April 22, and DPW has announced the following: Trash and recycling will not be collected, no bulk trash collection is scheduled, and landfills and sanitation yards will be closed. Parking meters, however, need to be fed, and all parking regulations, including residential permit parking, must be observed. The Baltimore Guide is proud of its 83-year history of service to all its readers. However, due to increased demand and space constraints, the Guide must change its Community Calendar policy. Notices for nonprofit events that are open to the public, and which do carry an admission or participation charge of $50/person or less, will continue to be printed free of charge. However, for non-profit events that charge more than $50/person, the Guide will charge a nominal $20 fee for publication per week. These paid items will be highlighted in the calendar and publication is guaranteed. There is a 50-word maximum for all material, and the Guide reserves the right to edit all Community Calendar submissions. Items for Community Calendar can be mailed (along with check or credit card information when appropriate) to The Baltimore Guide at 526 S. Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD 21224, faxed to 410-732-6604, or e-mailed to newsroom@baltimoreguide.com. Deadline for each week’s issue is Friday at noon of the week before. A contact name, phone number or e-mail must be included with all submissions.

Saturday, April 23

Sci-Fi: The Baltimore Science Fiction Society, 3310 E. Baltimore Street, meets on Saturday, April 23 at 8 p.m. and is looking for new members. Info: www.bsfs.org, 443-310-4080.

Monday, April 25

Blood Drive: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has a blood drive on April 25-27, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Francis X. Knott Conference Center (formerly the Pavilion Conference Room). Donors can also elect to do a “double red blood cell” donation and save two lives instead of one.Info/scheduling of donations: 410-550-0289. Every participant will receive a meal coupon, parking pass (if needed) and special gift from Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Tuesday, April 26

C.A.R.E: On Tuesday, April 26, there is a C.A.R.E. community meeting at 219 N. Chester Street. Info: Beth Myers-Edwards 410-585-8810 ext. 104, beth.myers@bannerneighborhoods.org, www.bannerneighborhoods.org. Ellwood Park: The Ellwood Park Community Association meets on Tuesday, April 26, 7:30 p.m. at 54 N. Robinson Street (use side entrance). Info: 410-522-4006. Fight Crime: Highlandtown holds its Citizens On Patrol (COP) walk every Tuesday, 7 p.m.8 p.m. from the corner of Gough and Conkling streets. The next walks are on Tuesday, April 26 and May 3. Bus Trip: Senior Steelworkers Local 9477 will take a bus to Atlantic City Tuesday, April 26, at 10 a.m. Bus leaves from the union hall at 550 Dundalk Ave. Tickets are $23. Info: Lena 410-633-7115.

Wednesday, April 27

Weekly Walking Group: Patterson Park area’s walking group meets at the Pagoda on Wednesday, April 20 Mondays and Wednesdays, 6 p.m.-7 p.m. for Trail Talks: The National Park Service Ches- a walk around the park. All welcome (adults, apeake Bay Office will present alternative kids, babies in strollers, etc.) Info: katie@patconcepts for developing the Star-Spangled tersonpark.com, 410-276-3676. Banner Trail and Scenic Byway. The public Looking Ahead.... is invited to join a free workshop to listen to ideas and give input, on Wednesday, April What a Yarn: The Friends of Patterson 20, 4 p.m.-6 p.m. at the Creative Alliance at Park is accepting donated yarn and knitting

needles for a potential community knitting class to take place in the Rec Center. Those with either to donate can drop them drop by the white house from 10 am.-5 p.m. Info: Katie@pattersonpark.com, 410-276-3676.

Veteran and Job Seeker? There’s a job fair for returning military personnel (and spouses) onThursday, April 28 at M&T Bank Stadium, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Bring resumes and wear business attire. Info: http://recruitmilitary.com.

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Crime Prevention: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council holds COP walks as follows. Note: Unless otherwise specified, all walks are 7 p.m. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443-831-0538, www.sdpcrc.org. Wednesday, April 20, Locust Point, meet at the Himalayan House Restaurant, E. Fort Ave. and Cooksie St. Monday, April 25, Mt. Winans: meet S. Paca Street and Hollins Ferry Rd. Tuesday, April 26, Brooklyn: meet at St John’s Lutheran Church, 3rd St. and Washburn Ave. Wednesday, April 27, Pigtown: meet at the Bath House, 904 Washington Blvd. Thursday, April 28, Federal Hill/Federal Hill South: meet at Porter’s Pub, E. Cross St. and Riverside Ave. Special Olympics Needs Help: The Maryland Spring Special Olympics in track and field events will be held on

Tuesday, May 3 and Thursday, May 5 at Coppin State University’s new track and field facility. Volunteers are needed to help out, and athletic sweat pants and shorts are needed for athletes. Info/.: Mike Naugle 443- 610-3684, mnaugle@ somd.org. Feasts and Roasts: Sacred Heart of Mary Church (Dundalk) holds a shrimp feast and bull roasts on Saturday, May 14, 6 p.m.-11 p.m. in the Msgr. Parks Hall with full menu, desserts, soft drinks, beer and more, $35/person. Info/tickets: 410-633-2828. St. Michaels Ukrainian Catholic Church has a crab feast on Friday, June

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Lenten Calendar Special events for the holy season Church Services United Evangelical Church, East Avenue and Dillon Street, has the following services: Wednesday, April 20, “Last Supper Tableau” 8 p.m. Maundy Thursday, April 21, Sacrament of Holy Communion and Tenebrae Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. Good Friday service, April 22, worship service, 9 a.m. Easter Sunday, April 24: Worship Services 6 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Holy Communion Children’s Service “The Living Cross” 9:15 a.m. Sacred Heart of Mary, 6736 Youngstown Ave. in Dundalk, has released its schedule of services for Holy Week: Wednesday, April 20: 8 a.m. Mass Thursday, April 21: 9 a.m.: Morning Prayer, Lauds, Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 7 p.m. Friday, April 22: 9 a.m., Morning Prayer, Lauds; 3 p.m.: Stations of the cross; 7 p.m. Good Friday service Saturday, April 23: 9 a.m. Morning prayer and Lauds; Noon blessing of food; 8 p.m. Easter Vigil Easter Sunday, April 24: Masses at 7:30 a.m., 10 a.m., noon United Evangelical Church, UCC, 3200 Dillon Street, has Lenten services based on the Parables of Jesus every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The last service is held on Wednesday, April 20. Soup and sandwiches available beginning 6 p.m. at a cost of $6. Info: uecucc@verizon.net St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 1803

Dundalk Avenue, has a 6 p.m. covered dish supper on Thursday, April 21, and a 7 p.m. seder meal with Holy Communion. Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 5401 Eastern Avenue, has Good Friday services at noon on Wednesday, April 22. St. Timothy Lutheran Church, 2120 Dundalk Avenue, has a 7 p.m. Good Friday service on Friday, April 22. Lenten Foods and Meals The Dundalk Knights of Columbus, 2111 Eilers Avenue, holds its fish fry continuing every Friday during Lent (the next is April 22), 1 p.m.-6 p.m. $11 eat in, $12 carry-out. Info: Joe Witomski 410-4109-8173, 410-285-6660. VFW Post 10078, 425 E. Fort Ave., will host its annual oyster fry on Good Friday, April 22, noon-sellout. Sandwiches are $7, platters $10. For info, or to place an order, call 410-539-4210. Egg Hunts There is an egg hunt on Saturday, April 23 in Patterson Park at 9 a.m. Info: www. dbfam.org There is an egg hunt for ages 6 months to 12 years at Bear Creek Elementary on Saturday, April 23 at Bear Creek Elementary School, with games, eggs, a train ride and photos with the bunny. Children of all ages are invited to an Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday, April 24, immediately following the 11 a.m. Easter worship service at Old Otterbein Church, 112 West Conway Street. BYO basket or container, free parking in the church lot. Info: 410-685-4703.


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Get out of town with bus trips John Booth Senior Center 229-1/2 S. Eaton Street, Highlandtown 410-396-9202 The John Booth Center serves Eating Together in Baltimore lunches Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. You must be 60+ and be on the Eating Together List to be eligible for these lunches. Reservations required three days in advance of meal service. Eating Together in Baltimore Lunches are not served if Baltimore City Schools open late or are closed because of inclement weather. Friday, April 22, Center closed for Good Friday holiday. Wednesday, April 27, Trip to Harrington (Midway) for races and slots. Must have signed up in advance. Wednesday, May 4, “Around the World Cruise:” Take an imaginary cruise with us through music, jokes, trivia, fun props and other surprises, starting at 10:30 a.m. “Come Aboard, We’re Expecting You” Cost: $5 members, $8 non-members. Includes lunch which

will be served around 12:15 p.m. Sign up with payment by April 27 Wendesday, May 11: Maryland Insurance Administration information presentation, 12:15 p.m., free. Roll of the Dice Horse Racing, 1 p.m. Join us for some fun with rolling dice. Cost: $1/members. Thursday, May 12: Health and Welfare Day, with blood pressure check at 10 a.m., podiastrist at 10:30 a.m.-noon. Free Tuesday, May 17, Center trip to Friendly Farms for bingo at lunch, 8:45 a.m.3:15 p.m. We will arrive at Friendly Farms around 10 a.m. to play bingo. At noon, we will enjoy all-you-can-eat fried chicken, vegetables, and all Friendly Farms has to offer. You will also get a crab cake that you can eat there or bring home. What a great way to spend a May afternoon. Cost: $40/members; $43/ non-members includes bingo, door prizes, lunch, and transportation. Wednesday, May 18, Members meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.,

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Drying off? Then clean up Missed the citywide clean-up because of all the rain? Here is a list of other ecofriendly and community-oriented activities in the area: Baltimore Green Week, a celebration of all things earth-loving, runs through April 23 with ongoing activities. Info: http://baltimoregreenworks.com The Maryland Science Center, 601 Light Street, celebrates Earth Day on Saturday, April 23, noon-4 p.m. with handson activities including demos of green energy, solar power and more. Free with regular admission. Info: www.marylandsciencecenter.org, 410-685-5225. Friends of Patterson Park have oppor-

tunities for cleaning and greening on an ongoing basis. Now through October, weather-permitting, the first Saturday of each month is a boat lake clean-up at 8 a.m., the second Sunday is Pagoda cleanup at 10 a.m., the third Saturday is Detail Day at 8:30 a.m., and the fourth Saturday is Tree Team Day at 9 a.m. Donuts and coffee are provided. Info: Amanda amanda@pattersonpark.com Westport hosts a Comcast Cares Day on Saturday, April 30, and a Good Food Garden will be set up. Sign up in advance to participate. Info/RSVP: Laure Julliard ljulliard@bgcmetrobaltimore.org, 443CONTINUED ON PAGE 7

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SCHAEFER REMEMBERED CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2

As Governor, he made sure that the Orioles’ new ballpark was built in Baltimore, not in the Anne Arundel suburbs, and then fought an epic battle with Eli Jacobs, then-owner of the Orioles, about naming it. Jacobs wanted Oriole Park. Schaefer wanted Camden Yards, after the rail yard that stood there. This went on for months, and then Jacobs and Schaefer agreed to a

stalemate: Oriole Park at Camden Yards. But if you listened to Schaefer talk about the ballpark after that, you would notice that he always called it Camden Yards, never Oriole Park or Oriole Park at Camden Yards. He did his best to attract a football team to Baltimore. The Colts’ departure in 1984 had been the darkest day of his mayoralty, and he never missed

an opportunity to revile Robert Irsay, owner of the Colts, from then on. “He cried when the Colts left,” said Gene Raynor. “He cried four times. When the Colts left, when the Pride of Baltimore sank. He cried when his mother died, and he cried when Hilda Mae [Snoops, Schaefer’s longtime companion] died. That’s it,” said Raynor. Schaefer did not manage to attract a team to Baltimore during his tenure in Annapolis. His political rival, Parris N. Glendening, who succeeded Schaefer as Governor, had the pleasure of introducing the Baltimore Ravens. Schaefer was elected Comptroller in 1998. He spent much of the next four years snarling at Glendening in Board of Public Works meetings, but he also managed to rebuild the state’s sorry and corrupt pension fund. He served two terms as Comptroller before losing to Peter Franchot in 2006. “A couple of years ago he was holding court at Jimmy’s,” said Antonia Keane. “I asked him if he took time to survey his accomplishments. He said, ‘No, I just think about what still needs to be done.’” When the city dedicated Schaefer’s statue at the Inner Harbor, a reporter asked him how he would like to be remembered. “He cared,” said Schaefer. “I want that on my tombstone.”

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Small playwright, big dreams Local girl’s play to be produced at Centerstage

D. Wambui Richardson, left, and Rosalind Cauthen discuss Naya Gibson’s play after the reading on April 9. Naya’s play, “There Came Sadness Before Happiness,” was one of seven chosen for production at Centerstage’s Young Playwrights Festival. There were nearly 300 entries.

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famous singer. But right now, she’s a playwright looking forward to her premiere at Centerstage. Naya’s play, “There Came Sadness Before Happiness,” caught the eye of roving instructor D. Wambui Richardson, who went to Cherry Hill to acquaint the students with plays and playwriting. He asked the students to write a short play. Naya composed her play on a computer at school, sent it in and didn’t think much about it after that. But a committee at Centerstage thought a lot of her play, and chose it as one of seven to be performed at its 25th annual Young Playwrights Festival. Centerstage is Baltimore’s nationally renowned professional regional theater. Hordes of would-be playwrights would give—if not their own, a character’s right arm for a production there. A couple of Saturdays ago six budding playwrights gathered around a table in Centerstage’s fifth-floor rehearsal hall to hear their plays read aloud. The first reading is a big moment in the life of a play. It is the first time, and usually the last, that the playwright will hear the words of his play exactly as he wrote them. The changes will come as the company—director, actors and designers—figure out in rehearsal how to present the play on stage. After the rehearsals, the plays will be presented at the Young Playwrights Festival May 2. The plays will receive a full production, with professional actors, directors and designers. “The primary goal is to inspire young people to explore and become enthusiastic about the play form,” says Jay Gilman, an intern with the theater’s Community Programs & Education department. It’s a tall task, because most children have never seen a play, let alone written one. All of the nearly 300 entries for the Young Playwrights Festival came across Gilman’s desk, and a committee decided which plays to produce. He says that Naya’s play caught his

eye because “it’s short and sweet and it deals with a really difficult struggle in a way that’s very mature for her age. It’s an optimistic play about a situation of tremendous adversity.” Naya’s play is about a girl and her mother. They talk about her absent father, and how sometimes mothers and fathers don’t get along forever, and about the girl’s yearning to be a doctor when she grows up. There is not much money to be had, and the girl and her mother are doing the best they can under the circumstances, which are not all that good. “Some people don’t have their father for a long time and then he comes back,” says Naya, when asked about how she came up with the idea for her play. “And some kids want to be a doctor.” Each of the young playwrights is assigned a mentor and a director. They will help Naya with rewrites and changes, help consult with costume, lighting and set designers, and get the play ready for performance. Rewrites? Everybody does it. Heck, William Shakespeare got rewritten. “It’s not possible to come in with a perfect play,” says Gilman. He’s impressed, though, with the scenic simplicity of her play. Two actresses, one room, one period of time. “Unity of time and place is important,” he says. “Sometimes simplicity is a real powerful thing.” As successful as her first try has been, Naya’s not sure whether she will try playwriting again. She is enjoying herself, and she loved the tour of Centerstage and its facilities. “That was beautiful,” she says. But she is going to be a famous singer, and playwriting will play second fiddle. The Young Playwrights Festival will be performed at Centerstage, 700 N. Calvert St., on Monday, May 2, at 7 p.m. Suggested donation at the door is $5. Groups of 10 or more can reserve tickets online. For additional info visit www. centerstage.org.

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Neighborhood Watch

South Baltimore Neighborhood Watch is a representative sampling, not a comprehensive listing, of crimes reported to the Southern District of the Baltimore Police Department. This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Mary Helen Sprecher.

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dressing him by name. The suspect fled with the man’s I.D. including mobility, state and handicap I.D. S. Woodyear Street, 300 block, April 16, 7 p.m. A man told police that a second man had threatened him with a gun, demanding money. The would-be victim wrestled the man for control, knocking him off his porch where he had been sitting prior to the incident. The suspect picked up his gun and ran away after that. W. Pratt Street, 1200 block, April 15, 3 p.m. A man who had been shopping for clothing in a store pulled a gun on a cashier and demanded money in addition to the clothing. He fled with both. S. Hanover Street, 2400 block, April 15, 1:40 a.m. One man approached a second to ask if he was a ‘hack’ (an unlicensed cab driver). The first man then pulled a knife and ordered him to give up his property. The would-be victim said, “I ain’t giving you s—t” and pulled his own knife and attacked the suspect, whereupon two other suspects jumped him, took his wallet and fled. Light Street, 700 block, April 11, 10 p.m. A man told police that five men had grabbed his cell phone and run off. Hollins Street, 1500 block, April 10, 8:48 p.m. A man told police that a second man had threatened him with a gun and robbed him of his cell phone. S. Hanover Street, 900 block, April 10, 2:07 a.m. A cab driver told police a pas-

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William Street, 700 block, april 17, 11;08 p.m. A woman tried to ride off in a stolen golf cart but was arrested. Washington Blvd., 1500 block, April 16, 3 p.m. Someone stole a Yamaha scooter. Sargeant Street, 1100 block, April 15, 4 p.m. Someone took a 2002 Mercury.

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Want to find good pizza, salads? The writing’s on the wall BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

The green, local ingredients, fresh foods organic movement has had a welcome effect on some neighborhood carryouts—they are now carrying salads that are tasty, inventive and often good for you too. And panini, which is the current fashionable name for grilled sandwiches. And vegetarian pizzas! And the best of them, like Italian Graffiti in Fells Point, offer all the old mainstays too, like big pizzas and subs and calzones and sodas in quart containers. So we decided to try Italian Graffiti’s delivery service and ordered a big lunch for the whole office. We used a credit card. The delivery arrived on time. The pizza was hot. The deliveryman asked for a signature, which doesn’t always happen with deliveries from carryouts, and we appreciate all efforts to discourage fraud.

The good start to our lunch continued with the Graffiti Salad ($7.95), which was field greens, tomatoes, peppers, tuna salad and brown rice tossed with a nice sharp balsamic vinegar. The greens were crisp, not soggy, the rice was cooked perfectly, and the tuna salad was spiked with a little Old Bay. Yum. We also ordered the Caesar Favorite Salad ($7.75), which is a great Caesar salad topped with roasted peppers, artichoke hearts and fresh mozzarella. The mozz was indeed fresh and soft, and the roasted peppers and artichoke hearts offered a nice counterpoint to the good, garlicky dressing. When summer brings good tomatoes, we’re ordering the Caprese salad ($6.95), which is fresh mozz, fresh basil and tomatoes over more of those field greens. We also ordered one of their Neapolitan thin crust pizzas with pepperoni and mushrooms ($14.85 for a 16-incher), just to test their standard pizza cred, and a Pizza Margherita ($14.95 for a 16-inch), which is more of that fresh mozz and

fresh basil with tomato sauce. Both of them were delicious. The thin crust comes out nice and crisp, and the rim of dough around the edge, which is thicker, is nice and chewy. A bite of the Margherita pizza produces a 12-inch tendril of mozzarella stretching from the slice—the mark of good mozzarella. We are also intrigued by the Pizza Con Spinach ($13.95), which is a white pizza with blue cheese and, of course, spinach. Next time. The boss ordered a veggie calzone ($6.95) to take home, and reported that it reheated in the oven very nicely. It’s chopped broccoli, green peppers and mushrooms with ricotta and mozzarella cheeses wrapped in that crisp pizza dough. Things we didn’t try—the panini (the grilled chicken Fiorentina looks promising); the wraps, and the pasta. The lasagna Primavera ($9) and the fettucine Alfredo ($9.40) look intriguing. If they are as fresh as the other offerings at Italian Graffiti, we’re going to get some of those next time too. Desserts are cheesecake, cannoli or tiramisu; the appetizers include Arancini, which is rice, mixed with ground beef and peas, then breaded and fried; and bruschetta, toasted bread with tomatoes,

garlic and basil; and potato croquettes filled with ham, mozz and Parmesan. The carryout also offers the standard barfly fare of buffalo wingts, mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders. You have seen Italian Graffiti’s delivery car around the neighborhood, we’re sure—it’s the car with the graffiti sprayed in the colors of the Italian flag. Italian Graffiti, 1635 Fleet Street, is open Mondays-Thursdays 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Fridays-Saturdays 10 a.m.-11 p.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Phone 410534-5454 for delivery; check www.italiangraffiti.net for the menu.

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E. Jefferson Street, 2200 block, April 10, 11 a.m. A woman told police she had given her car to a person she knew only as “Jay” and who wore a skull cap and frequented the Milton and Jefferson street areas. “Jay” unexpectedly did not return her car, so she called police. A friend of “Jay” reportedly told the woman, “We need that car” when she asked about it. Foster Avenue, 2800 block, April 10, 11:29 a.m. A man was arrested for trying to steal Pamela Anderson perfume from a drugstore. He had thrown the perfume on the ground and jumped into a Crown Victoria but was apprehended by police.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2011

MORE CALLS, MORE WORK,

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2011

THE BALTIMORE GUIDE 23

MORE CALLS, MORE WORK,

SERVICE DIRECTORY

MORE CUSTOMERS. Call 410-732-6600 to Advertise your business in The Baltimore Guide’s Service Directory.

Quality, Local Businesses dedicated to improving our community ROOFING

WATERPROOFING

Herman Rossmark ROOFING INC

Residential & Commercial

Roofing • Spouting • Skylights • Chimneys • Siding • Painting • Glass Block Windows • Deck Tops • Railings

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CCBC is hiring for the following job openings: Vehicle Equipment Mechanic I Building & Maintenance Mechanic I (4 openings) Groundskeeper (3 openings)

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Wednesday, APRIL 20, 2011

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BALTIMORE GUIDE ‘S PLAYER OF THE MONTH

ZACH BRITTON PITCHER

The bright spot on the Orioles is rookie pitcher Zach Britton. Britton easily is the Orioles player of the month, as he posted a record of 2-1 with a 2.75 ERA. Britton has struck out 14 batters in 19.2 innings so far this year, and minus a rough outing against the Indians, has been one of the very few bright spots on this roster. Britton looks to make his next start against the Twins on Wednesday and will hope to rebound from his outing in Cleveland. I would expect him to bounce back quite nicely.

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