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The scene in Fells Point was like an old-fashioned political rally.

Mayor William Donald Schaefer cried when the original Pride of Baltimore sank. On Monday, the Pride of Baltimore II fired its cannons in salute. Photo by Maggie Allen


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the mayor who willed and wrangled the City of Baltimore back into prominence after a disastrous post-war decline in its core industries, manufacturing and shipping. U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski brought her entire Fells Point staff out to say so long. They carried Schaefer’s old campaign signs and wore gimme caps from his various campaigns. “The greatest mayor in America,” said Mikulski. “The greatest mayor in American history,” added someone in the crowd. Lainy LeBow-Sachs, Schaefer’s longtime aide and close friend who cared for him for years after his retirement, rode behind the hearse and shook hands with the crowd. Schaefer had no living family, and LebowSachs and a few others were as close as you could come to family. She held his hand at the end, and will deliver a eulogy at the funeral Wednesday. Random comments from the crowd: “I don’t want to think what the city would be like without him.” “He was Baltimore, through and through.” “He never gave up.” “He gave his whole life to Baltimore.” “Yes he did, he certainly did.”

Schaefer’s coffin was carried into City Hall by Maryland National Guardsmen. Photo by Maggie Allen

Just to jog our municipal memory: This is the Inner Harbor before Harborplace, the National Aquarium and the mayoralty of William Donald Schaefer. Photo by Thomas Scilipoti


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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 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. Monday, May 2, Riverside/SBNA: meet at the Riverside Park Gazebo, E. Randall St. and Riverside Ave. Tuesday, May 3, New Southwest Mt. Clare: meet at the Wilkens Avenue Men3001 S. Hanover Street. The next is April 28. Info: Call 410-350-8271, harborhospital.org/ farmersmarket. Learning Parties: Want to get your underage-5 child learning? Patterson Park Public Charter School, 27 N. Lakewood Avenue, has a series of “Learning Parties for Parents of Children” which are are interactive sessions for parents and young children to help get ready for school. It’s never too early to start! Each series has four 90-minute sessions. The sessions are free, childcare is provided, and dinner will be served. Sessions will be interpreted into Spanish as well. Scientific Thinking sessions run Thursdays from April 28May 19, 4:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Info: Brigid Moran Cook at bmoran@pppcs.org, 410-558-1230. 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. 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.

Friday, April 29

Original art featuring Fells Point will be shown at the Fells Point Art Gallery starting on May 3. 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 non-profit 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

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Civil War Buffs: The Mount Clare Museum and Stable, 1500 Washington Blvd. in Carroll Park, has a special exhibit from April 29-Nov. 5 on “Personal Accounts of the Civil War Experience” with artifacts, mementos and more. A lecture series begins May 7 at noon, reservations required. Lecture fee $5 or the series for $35. Info: www.mountclare.org ~ 410837-3262.

Saturday, April 30

Audubon Interests: The Patterson Park Audubon program has “Tiny Tots,” fun and educational programs for ages 2-5 with an adult. On Saturday, April 30, 10 a.m.-11 a.m., learn about the signs of spring and how to spot them. Register no less than 2 days before the program. Watch The Birdie: There’s a bird walk on Saturday, April 30. Meet at the fountain at 8 a.m. Open to all ages. Bird walks occur rain or shine on the last Saturday of each month. No binoculars? No problem. Just let the center know at 410-558-2473 or ppaudubon@ gmail.com. Symposium: Baltimore Playwrights’ Festival will host a symposium, “The Playwright in the 21st Century,” on Saturday, April 30, 1-4 p.m. at the Vagabond Players, 806 S. Thursday, April 28 Broadway, Fells Point. Tickets are $20 for Farmers Market: There’s a farmer’s market non-members, $16-$18 for members. For info on the fourth Thursday of each month, noon-4 check www.baltplayfest.com. p.m., on Harbor Hospital’s South parking lot, Feasts and Roasts: The Knights of Fatima

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Weekly Walking Group: Patterson Park area’s walking group meets at the Pagoda on Mondays and Wednesdays, 6 p.m.-7 p.m. for a walk around the park. All welcome (adults, kids, babies in strollers, etc.) Info: katie@pattersonpark.com, 410-276-3676. Blood Drive: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has a blood drive on April 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.

nonite Church, 1616 Wilkens Ave. Wednesday, May 4, Camden Crossing: meet at Washington Blvd.and Scott St. Thursday, May 5, West Federal Hill: meet at the post office on Ostend St. Bingo: St. Brigid Church, 900 S. East Avenue, has bingo on Friday, April 29, 7:30 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m., $15 in advance, $18 at door. Additional games, raffles and food for sale. Info/tickets: 410-563-1717. St. Casimir Church Hall (Kolbe Center), 2736 O’Donnell Street, has non-smoking, handicap-accessible bingo to benefit the school most Saturdays, opening 10 a.m., refreshments sold, $8/person. The next will be April 30. Info/reservations: 410276-4412.

will host a shrimp feast and bull roast on Saturday, April 30, 6-10 p.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Hall, 6400 E. Pratt St. Music by Royale. Tickets are $25. Info: Ed Meals 410-3913932. Flea Markets: There’s a flea market at the Salem/Baltimore Hispanic Methodist Church, 3405 Gough Street, on Saturday, April 30, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. rain or shine. Food and drinks sold. Benefits Vacation Bible School. $10/b-foot table. Info: Vicky 410-477-2558 or church 410-276-8460. Nazareth Lutheran Church, 3401 Bank Street in Highlandtown, holds a flea market on Saturday, May 7, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tables $10. Lunch sold. Info: 410-732-3125. Patterson Park holds its flea market and craft fair on Saturday, May 14, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. near the Pagoda in Patterson Park. To reserve 15’x15’spaces, $25 ($30 after May 7) e-mail bhfleamarket@yahoo.com. Info: http://butchershill.org, Sandy 410-558-0149. St. Elizabeth Church has an indoor/outdoor flea market on Saturday, May 21, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the church hall, Baltimore Street and Lakewood Avenue, $10/space. Info/reservations: 410-675-8260. Food to be sold. Household Haz-Mats: Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day will be held on Saturday, April 30, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Baltimore polytechnic Institute, Falls Road and Cold Spring Lane. Examples of household haz-mats are oil-based paints, pesticides, drian cleaners, car batteries, etc. Be ready to show proof of city residence in order to use the drop-off bins. Info: www.baltimorecity.gov. Little League Parade: The 30th annual South Baltimore Little League Parade is held on Saturday, April 30, 11am. The new parade route begins from Covington and Randall St. and runs to 1101 E. Fort Ave. Come and cheer on your favorite team as they march along the parade route. Concession stand will be open lots of food and fun. Do not park on the parade route, do remember to fly your flag.Info/ questions: southbaltimorelittleleague@gmail. com.

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On Friday, April 15, 2011 at 6:38 p.m., the wings of the angels gently carried away a very special lady, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, best friend, confindant and Matriarch of the family - Evelyn Cobbs. She was never too busy to listen or help those who needed her. Her shoulders were big and her heart was even bigger. Evelyn Cobbs was the beloved wife of Samuel Cobbs; endeared and forever loved mother to Sue Bergamy-Willinger, Jeffrey Kolb, Sr., Timothy Kolb, Terry Kolb, Sr., and Marsha Kolb; forever cherished grandmother to Donald Bergamy, Jr., Mark Bergamy, Christie Clements, Elizabeth Barrett, Terry Kolb, Jr., Lisa Dance, Kimberly Kolb, Jeffrey Kolb, Jr., Karen Krug, Holly Stabile, Kevin Kolb, Beau Shrewsbury, Jamie Shrewsbury and Brian Shrewsbury. She is also survived by her very cherished 22 great-grandchildren and beloved brothers John Hurst, Carl Hurst and Dennis Hurst, and sister-in-law Pauline Hurst and forever loved nieces and nephews Fred Fearson, Jr., Sharon Bayley, Michael Fearson, John Hurst, Jr., and Debbie Hurst. Dear daughter-in-law of Mary Kolb. Her spirit, wisdom and footprints will forever live on in the lives of all who knew and loved her.

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p.m. A woman told police that she and her daughter were involved in a fight with a man who is the woman’s husband and the daughter’s stepfather. The man was upset about the fact that the daughter’s ex-boyfriend had been at their house to drop off food for Easter. The man was very drunk and began shoving the daughter and screaming in her face. He then stumbled out the door door and ran away. E. Lombard Street, 4000 block, April 22, 1:20 a.m. A bouncer at a bar had to tell a man to leave the premises because the bar was closing. The man, who was drunk, became upset and threw a Corona bottle at the bouncer’s head, striking him. He was arrested. S. Eaton Street, 200 block, April 22, 10 p.m. A man told police he was sitting on his steps with a friend when a man approached them and said something incomprehensible to them. A moment later, he pulled a knife and slashed the men, then fled. Investigation revealed that both men on the steps were drunk at the time of the assault. Debelius Avenue, 700 block, April 20, 5:45 p.m. A woman told police her landlord, with whom she had argued in the past, had struck her with his car and then backed the car back and forth over her legs while she screamed. The landlord remained on the scene, and police arrested him there. St. Helena Avenue, 6500 block, April 20, 8 p.m. A woman told police she and her teenaged son had been assaulted by a neighbor. It was revealed the son had been burning trash in the back yard when a neighbor became angry and grabbed the teen by the shirt, then punched him. The woman attempted to break up the altercation at which point the neighbor, a man, grabbed her by the shirt and tried to pull her over the fence. The man grabbed a brick and said, “I’m going to hit you,” and threw the brick at the woman. She dodged it and called police, who arrested the man, noting that he smelled strongly of alcohol. St. Helena Avenue, 6500 block, April 20, 2:45 a.m. A man called police to report he had been attacked by a woman, who had then fled the scene in a truck whose license plate he was able to share. Police stopped the truck and found two women inside, screaming. It was revealed the women had been in the neighborhood looking for someone named “Shawn” or possibly “Sean” and that they had been outside the man’s back gate, screaming for this person. The man (who did not know them or the person they sought) came out to investigate and they threatened him, screaming profanities and spraying him with mace. One then said to another, “This is the wrong house. Let’s go.” One woman had to be forced into the car by the other, at which point they drove away. Police arrested the two and found drugs in one woman’s purse.

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N. Luzerne Avenue, 200 block, April 22, 9:08 p.m. A driver had dropped off a client and was headed home. A teenager then approached the vehicle, pulled a gun and grabbed money from the driver and fled. A witness was located. S. Conkling Street, 400 block, April 21, 8:41 p.m. A man entered a grocery store and threatened an employee with a gun, then took money out of the register and fled. A second man and a woman appeared to be with the man, and assisted with the robbery. S. Caroline Street, 300 block, April 18m, 4:20 a.m. A woman told police that a woman she knew only as “Juicy,” and who was described as a black female in her 40s, had punched her, said, “You have to pay, bitch” and robbed her of $56 cash. The victim was able to show police where the suspect lived, and police will follow up.

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Highland Avenue, 100 block, April 23, 7 p.m. Someone entered a home through a kitchen window and took electronics and a jar filled with coins. N. Kresson Street, 100 block, April 23, 9:45 p.m. Someone pried open the front door of a building and took power tools. N. Kenwood Avenue, 500 block, April 23, 4 p.m. Someone broke into a house through a rear kitchen window and took a computer. Mt. Pleasant Street, 3500 block, April 21, 3:25 p.m. Someone pried open the window of a house and damaged a furnace, then took a ladder and copper piping. Folcroft Street, 600 block, April 19, 6:30 p.m. A warehouse owner called police to say the building had been broken into and two suspects were inside. Police arrested two men, one of whom was wearing a Cookie Monster T-shirt. McElderry Street, 2600 block, April 18, 1:30 p.m. Someone removed the board on the basement window of a house and entered, taking power saws. Fait Avenue, 3400 block, April 18, 5:15 p.m. Someone broke into a house and took electronic games and equipment. It was noted there had been problems with the locks previously. E. Baltimore Street, 1900 block, April 17, 5 a.m. Someone broke into a building under renovation and took copper plumbing. S. Potomac Street, 600 block, April 17, 1 p.m. Someone entered a home through a rear door and took a stained glass window. S. Caroline Street, 100 block, April 3, 8:33 p.m. Someone entered the boiler room and the kitchen of a school and moved items around including plastic knives and forks.

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nila, protested that neither the shooting nor the ďŹ ghts had taken place inside the bar, and that the owner could not be responsible for what happened off his premises. Luaces, speaking after the hearing, said that he would speak with his neighbors and try to improve conditions around the bar. The neighbors and Luaces agreed to meet, and the liquor board held off a decision until they meet. “There is not a lot of time, though,â€? counseled Fogleman. “We have to decide, one way or the other, on April 30.â€? The next hearing involved the neighbors of The Point in Fells, a restaurant at the corner of Ann and Thames streets. the building has gone through many incarnations in the last few years: from Miss Irene’s to Poe Boys, and now, The Point. Neighbors of the bar are protesting the license renewal because, they say, The Point has ignored repeated requests to clean up its act. Cliff Ransome, who lives across Ann Street from the bar, says The Point has put out more tables than zoning allows, allows customers to walk out of the bar carrying drinks (illegal in the State of Maryland), disposes of its garbage and recycling carelessly, makes too much noise and directs the reeking discharge from its basement sump pump to the gutter on Ann Street. “I have been going to Fells Point bars for more than 30 years. I have lived in Fells Point for more than 30 years. I have been a liquor licensee myself. I know what it’s about,â€? Ransome said before the hearing. “I have never seen such cavalier disregard for the neighborhood, and that’s saying something.â€? Once again, the board deferred its decision until the two sides have a chance to negotiate. Next week, the liquor board will consider several Federal Hill bars. Decisions must be made by April 30. Stay tuned.

Guide wins journalism awards The Baltimore Guide received two awards in the editorial competition of the Maryland Delaware District of Columbia (MDDC) Press Association. Staff writer Mary Helen Sprecher was honored with two second place ďŹ nishes. One was in the category of Growth and Land Use Reporting, for the news story, “Neighborhood parks can be an asset, but many aren’t. Why?â€? The other was in the category of Religion Reporting, for the feature article, “Next-to-Last Supper? Canton tradition’s days may be numbered.â€? Awards were presented on Friday.


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April 23, 5:50 a.m. A man was arrested shampoo and body wash from a grocery store. E. Fayette Street , 1300 block, April 22, 4:05 p.m. A woman tried to walk out of a discount store without paying for toiletries. She was arrested. E. Fayette Street, 2500 block, April 22, 3 p.m. Someone stole a 5-monthold German shepherd out of a yard. Eastern Avenue, 6300 block, April 21, 4:15 p.m. A man was arrested for trying to leave a home improvement store with thermostats in his pants pockets. E. Fayette Street, 2600 block, April 20, 4 p.m. A woman told police that a man had asked for a cigarette and

COMMUNITY CALENDAR CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 ing to help. The talk includes lunch and is open to the public. Info: messiahodsq@ gmail.com, www.messiahodsq.com, 410935-3696. Masses for Pope John Paul II: Holy Rosary Church, 408 S. Chester Street, has a celebration of the Feast of Divine Mercy and the Beatification of Pope John Paul II on Sunday, May 1, 10:30 a.m. This will be a Polish Mass and a special display to honor the late pope will be available in the lower church hall following the Mass. Holy Rosary will hold confessions from 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m. with Bishop Mitchell Rozanski celebrating Divine Mercy Mass in English at 1:30 p.m., followed by benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and recitation of the chaplet. The Divine Mercy gift shop will be open, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Polish food sold all day in the school hall. Info: Christine Grabowski 410-207-4502. Wine Fest: The Highlandtown Wine Festival is held on Sunday, May 1, 1 p.m.-6 p.m. at Our Lady of Pompei Convent Garden, 3600 Claremont St. Tickets ages 21 and over are $25 ($20 in advance) and all drinkers get a souvenir wine glass or a goody bag. Children and teens can enter free with an adult, but no wine. Info: www. Highlandtown.com, 410-534-2212, vino@ highlandtown.com.

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Congressional Consultation: A staff representative from Congressman John Sarbanes’ office visits the Southeast Anchor Library on the first Monday of the month from 3 p.m.-4 p.m. to assist constituents with issues they are having with federal agencies, such as the IRS and Social Security. The next date is Monday, May 2. Info: 410-832-8890. Police and Community: The SouthEast Police Community Relations Council meets on Monday, May 2, 7 p.m at the Southeastern District of the Baltimore Police Department, 5710 Eastern Ave. This meeting repeats the first Monday of each month. Skate For Fun: All are welcome to enjoy roller skating to Christian music on Monday, May 2, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at Skate-

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For Art’s Sake: The Art Gallery of Fells Point, 1716 Thames Street, has a new exhibit with scenes of Fells Point by Robert Funk. The show runs May 3-May 30, with a free artist’s reception on Friday, May 6, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Info: 410-327-1272, www. fellspointgallery.org.

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Happy Hour: Highlandtown’s artists and neighbors hold a happy hour on the first Wednesday of each month, 4 p.m.-8 p.m at the Laughing Pint. The next is Wednesday, May 4.

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e-mail, stating, “Of the more than 140 students in the school, only one, a newcomer, is not fluent in English.” Members of the community were taken aback by the announcement. “I was surprised when I heard the news that ABB was moving,” said Nick Frisone, a member of the first graduating class of Archbishop Borders in 2003. “It has been a fixture in the community for a very long time. The building that houses the school has been there since the mid1950s.” Through the years, the school has changed names several times. It was originally named Our Lady of Pompei until being merged with St. Elizabeth’s in 2002. It then was renamed Archbishop Borders School. “I sort of agree with the Spanish-speaking program,” said Frisone. “Baltimore is a melting pot and always has been. But why not include other languages as well, such as Italian? Pompei has a huge Italian community.” According to longtime pastor of Our Lady of Pompei Parish Father Luigi Esposito, (known to the community as Father Lou), that demographic is chang-

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“There of course will be a struggle when ABB moves; not just for the church but for the school as well,” he says. “A lot of students walk to school and now they will have to walk five more blocks to get to school.” OLP parish began offering masses in Spanish 10 years ago when the Hispanic population began to grow at a rapid pace. “There are very few Hispanics south of Eastern Avenue,” says Fr. Lou. “Most Hispanics are north of Eastern Avenue, where we are located. It was common sense to begin to offer masses in Spanish. OLP offers three masses performed in Spanish and about 300-350 churchgoers attend each of those masses.

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Fifi, the pink poodle that is the mascot of the American Visionary Art Museum, has made an appearance several years running at the Kinetic Sculpture Race. Photo by Mary S. Roby by MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@baltimoreguide.com

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ing ceremonies are at 9:30 a.m. and the race kicks off at 10 a.m. from the top of Federal Hill. Once it’s underway, the race can last all day, generally winding up between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. The race winds its way through the streets of South and Southeast Baltimore, with water hazards at the Canton Waterfront Park, mud and sand in Patterson Park, and street racing in other areas. A new monkeywrench in this year’s race will be the fact that an afternoon (1 p.m.) Orioles game will be played in Baltimore that same day. As with all baseball games, parking restrictions will be in effect — along with all the detours, congestion and more the race will bring. Therefore, say organizers, walk to the closest vantage point, take transit or bunk in with nearby friends because the traffic and parking situation is not going to be pretty. The route of the race (and approximate times racers will be in those areas) can be found on the website, www.kineticbaltimore.com. As always, look for judges along the route to be stopping racers and accepting bribes (usually edible) from kinetinauts (those piloting the sculptures). Racers compete for middle-of-the-pack honors, as well as for next-to-last. Special recognition is given to other placements, like, oh, first and so on. Coming to watch the race? Pack a lunch and some beverages, and wear something appropriate to the weather and the occasion. The website, www.kineticbaltimore. com, has plenty of photos of spectators attired in everything from clown feet to caveman loincloths (and sometimes both simultaneously).


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FALLSTON 4/29-5/1 10am4pm, 524 Arama Dr, 21047. antiques/ vintage: furn, glassware, McCoy, holiday, decor, H/H, fishing lures. Call Dixie for info. 410-357-8455 HOLISTIC WELLNESS Fair in Baltimore - FREE! May 7,10am-4pm. Participate in hands-on workshops, talks, and information tables about reiki, acupuncture, yoga, tai chi, nutrition, spirituality and wellness - and many more. Round out the day by enjoying a healthy lunch and walking in our labyrinth. Govans Presbyterian Church, www.govanspres.org, 410-435-9188 BEDS THICK pillow tops, New in plastic. Queen Sz Retail $798, Sell $279. King Sz Retail $998, Sell $379. 10 yr warr. Can deliv., Please call 410-598-2460 BEDS-QUILTED TOPS New in plastic. Qn SZ Retail $598, Sell $199. Kg Sz. Retail $798, Sell $299. 10yr warr, Can Deliver, Fin. Avail. 410-598-2460 CHERRY BEDROOM set. Solid wood, never used, brand new in factory boxes. English dovetail. Original cost $4500; sell for $795. Can deliver. 240-482-8721 MOVING SALE Piano, bedroom set- double/queen bed dresser with mirror, dressor with book shelf, corner desk with book shelf, a second desk for a girls room , exercise equipment, dorm refrigerator, TV and TVstand. call 4109373865 or email bfriend@ndm.edu

HUGE YARD SALE, Sat 4/30,7a? antiques, bldg supplies, h/h , hot tub, exercise equip. 10801 Pfeffers Rd, Corner of Jones & Philadelphia Rd LUTHERVILLE MOVING SALE, 4/30. 8a-12n. 1709 Greenspring Dr. Furn., pianos & everything must GO LUTHERVILLE SAT 4/30, 8am-2pm. 1317 Burleigh Rd., 20193. Antique bed, furn., porcelain, glassware, Bric a brac. RD 5/1 MULTIPLE COMMUNITY ANNUAL YARD SALE Sat, 5/7, 2011, 8am-1pm, Raindate 5/14, Knettishall - location Putty Hill Ave/Loch Raven Blvd/ Pleasant Plains Rd/ Loch Ness Rd; Glendale/ Glenmont - location Goucher Blvd/Colbury / Glendale Rd/ Loch Raven Blvd; Hillendale Park- Location Oakleigh Rd / Clearwood Rd/ Hillendale Rd / Taylor Ave THREE COMMMUNITIES YARD SALE Saturday May 21, 8am-noon, Rain or Shine, Hundreds of Households in one convenient location! Hunt Valley Station, Hunters Glen & Huntington Manor. Directions: From York Road at Ashland Road (1 mile south of Shawan Road). East on Ashland Road (becomes Paper Mill Road). First left on Hunters Run Drive or second left on Arrowwood Road and follow the signs! Our communities are directly west of the North Central Rail Hike & Bike Trail YARD SALE May 7, 8am-3pm. Timonium. 106 Gorsuch Road 21093; off York Road. Furniture, electr., HH items, glassware, tools. Community Yard sale too FREE REMOVAL of your unwanted lawn mower, tractor, & related items. Please call 703-430-0119

6 FOOT brown felt wood pool table $300.00 410-612-9386 CHERRY DINING ROOM table and chairs. Exc. cond. Living rm set and misc pieces. 410252-4590. Make offer SNOBROS, B’MORE’S coolest snowball stand is for sale! Custom-built stand perfect condition incl. A/C, screened sliding ordering window, outside counter, commercial icemaker, interior & exterior lights, custom shelving, electrical outlets, hot water heater, sink w/ hot/cold running water, giant cooler, flavors, cups, spoons ‘OPEN’ flag, security lock. $3800. 443-386-1272

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GIVE THE PERFECT GIFT for Mother’s Day and show you care with our All the Frills bouquet- Over 50% off Reg. $44.99 Sale Price $19.99 +s/h. Call 888-587-0771 or visit www.ProFlowers.com/ Cherish

2 A.K.C. REGISTERED ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES FOR FREE (M/F),CONTACT robinpeter04@yahoo.com ADORABLE POOCH NEEDS A GOOD HOME FUZZY 1 yr old, neutered Male. Border Collie / Pit Bull Mix. FREE to good home. High energy and loving dog. 410-522-8464 LOVING ROTWEILER 3 yrs old, spaded. Needs new family. FREE to good home. Call Renee 410-675-1488 10am-10pm

ABSOLUTELY PAYING Top Cash For: Antiques, Collectibles, Jewelry, Trains, Old Toys, WW2 Memorabilia, Pottery, Glassware, Colts & Orioles items Call Todd: 443-421-6113 WAR MEMORABILIA Wtd I Buy Uniforms, Weapons Medals, Scrapbooks etc. Call 410241-8171

Advertising Owl: He didn’t go to 8 years of business school to be ignored.

BE WISE, ADVERTISE.


26 THE BALTIMORE GUIDE

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011

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 AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING

SAVE UP TO $3500 ON NEW SYSTEMS WITH REBATES & TAX CREDITS!

A SUPREME HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY

• Air Conditioning • Heat Pumps • Humidifiers • Air Cleaners • Gas Furnaces & Boilers • Duct Work & Design • Water Heaters • Gas Conversions • Geothermal • Service Agreements

$20 OFF

Service Agreement Not valid with any other offers.

ALL WORK GUARANTEED

$25 OFF

• We Work with ALL Insurance Companies

Not valid with any other offers.

• Mobile Estimates

bumper globe

Eco-Friendly Body Shop

Improvements,Inc.

Building Supply, LLC

a good Job Residential/Commercial Weatguarantee a Reasonable Price! FREE ESTIMATES 410-282-5560 Licensed & Insured Roaches, WateRbugs,ants, FLeas, beDbugs 410-563-2076 Serving Baltimore for over 30 years www.maddenelectric.net Lic# 589 Dept. of Agriculture

COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTOR

Additions • Bathrooms • Painting • Basements • Siding • Doors • Windows FOR ALL IMPROVEMENTS

•Pre-fab Steps •Cement •Building Materials

Open 6 days a week 7am-4:30pm

(410)315-8590 (410) 292-3565

4726 Pulaski Hwy 410-522-0808

INSURANCE

Check State Farm for a better buy

Charmaine A. Barnes

PLUMBING

E. THOMAS & SONS PLUMBING & HEATING “Hot Water Heating Specialist”

Insured & Bonded

410-732-3197 410-288-4415

$20 off Second Cleaning

410-522-4928 Raylene or 410-916-2971 Dot

• Doors • Flooring • Bathroom Remodeling

410-252-6671 J.R. Construction MHIC# 74278

• Drywall Repair • General Household Repairs

410-344-7762

www.tomallenhomeservices.com licensed and insured

mHIC#125297

Sewer & Drain Cleaning SENIOR DISCOUNT

Repair & replacement of:

Faucets • Toilets • Water Heaters • Boilers • Sump Pumps • Water Lines • Gas Lines • Sewer & Drain Lines , Inside & Out

Plumbing & Heating Co. Inc

Quality at a Fair Price

410-327-8670 Boiler Specialist

• Repair/replace sewer water lines • County sewer hookup • Water Heaters • Sump Pumps • Toilet, sink disposal repair All Plumbing Repairs • Large or Small

Serving East Baltimore Since 1978 L.G.Ellinghaus Md St 2446/ B.Co. 8A

QUALITY, LOCAL BUSINESSES.

LAW OFFICES OF

KARL H. GOODMAN AND ASSOCIATES

All Personal Injury, Auto, Job Related, Immigration, Criminal, Traffic, DWI, Divorce, Social Security and More...

3907 EASTERN AVE.

410-563-5350

State Farm Insurance Companies Home Office Bloomington, Illinois

Residential & Commercial Cleaning

FREE Estimates

(over existing roof) 30 years experience

FULL TIME OFFICE

900 S. Ellwood Ave. 410-675-1900

with signed contract

Established since 1995

Torch Rubber

LEGAL COUNSEL

FREE Permit

Moppin Mommas Inc.

Efficient, Reliable, Honest

per sq.ft.

MHIC#45097 • Insured Affordable Prices • Free Estimate

LAMONT Car insurance taking a toll on you? Contractors

HOUSEKEEPING

Tom Allen Home Services

G.C. Home

DOMENIC PETRUCCI NOW OPEN for... • U-Cart Concrete

410-288-3239

410-675-4338 5.00 off

• MD State Inspections $ • MD Emissions Test Repairs • Factory Scheduled Maintenance Premium 3000 Mile Maintenance • Foreign and Domestic Vehicles Service • Computer Diagnostic Specialist with this coupon • Road Service & Towing Available

HOME IMPROVEMENT

EXTERMINATING

MHIC#47651

NICHOLAS 601 S. Luzerne Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

443-708-8352 • www.bumperglobe.com

ARNOLDS

All Renovations • Additions • Decks • Windows & Doors • Kitchens & Baths • Roof top Deck • Concrete

SERVICING THE CANTON AREA FOR OVER 20 YEARS

FLEET STREET SHELL

You don’t have to use the insurance company’s preferred shop. Choose your own! Choose us!

1845 S. Hanover St. in Historic Federal Hill

FINANCING AVAILABLE

EXTERMINATOR

HOME IMPROVEMENT

• DETAILING • RENTAL CAR • ESTIMATES

COLLISION CENTRE

Service Call

410-766-5525

ELECTRIC

FREE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR

Jim Bush Plumbing

FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION RESIDENCE 486-7455

$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Senior Discount

Visa, Mastercard, and Discover accepted

Senior Discounts

Stilwell Plumbing

Emergency Service

Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Specialist

24 Hour

Plumbing • Heating Bathroom & Kitchen Remodeling • Waterproofing Drain Cleaned

410-644-1399 Dedicated to improving our community

410-732-6600

10% OFF with this ad Reasonable Rates Fast Service

24 Hour Emergency Service

Free Phone Estimates Residential and Commercial

410-285-5351 Master Plumber: Carl Stilwell Lic #18002

$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Call to find out more about advertising in the Service Directory!


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011

THE BALTIMORE GUIDE 27

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

UPHOLSTERY

WATERPROOFING

FREE ESTIMATES

Coastal Roofing Co.

Residential • Commercial Ruberoid • Shingles • Roof Certs Roof Repairs • New Roofs

410-631-ROOF (7663) Cell: 410-908-ROOF (7663)

coastalroofingco@yahoo.com

www.coastalroofingcompanyinc.com MHIC #40982 A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau!

Herman Rossmark ROOFING INC

Residential & Commercial

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

FREE ESTIMATES

410-675-5440 MHIC# 1448

When was the last time you recoated YOUR roof? R.W.P. HOME IMPROVEMENT & ROOFING CO.

H All Type Roofs H Gutters H Skylights H Decks H Painting FREE ESTIMATES • Roofing Certifications • Senior Citizen Discount

ALWAYS

FOR THREE GENERATIONS

Lakewood

WATERPROOFING

1-888-339-0660

We Will Beat Any Professional Written Estimate!

410-384-7689

All work guaranteed. We do it all! (Licensed & Bonded #27022)

Sump Pumps • Drainage Lines Water Removal Window Well Drains Structural Repairs Downspout Lead Offs Rubber Membrane Walls

Concrete/ Crawlspace Basement Digouts Mold Remediation

FREE ESTIMATE

RE-UPHOLSTERY CO. 2512 Fait Ave.

Quality Work—Compare our Prices

• Work Guaranteed • Free Estimate YES WE ARE FOAM RUBBER STILL IN CUSHIONS BUSINESS! CUT TO SIZE Thank you Call 410-276-6116 or 410-426-8007 George Markiewicz - Manager

SIDEWALK SALE! National Lumber will be having their “one-day only” Annual Sidewalk Outdoor Clearance Sale on Saturday, April 30th from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Some great bargains to be had are as follows: Select Stock Kitchen Cabinets

60% Off List Price All Stock Vanities are “On Sale” No Wax Floor Tile $7.00 per box

Weathered Lumber starting at

$1.50 / piece

All Stock Faucets

25% Off Complete 60” Starter Kitchen

$679.00

All types of doors: Steel Entrance Wood Entrance Kitchen Interior Slab and Louvre

One Day Only Cabinet Sale! Coronet - Unique grain characteristics,

square raised panel door styling and fresh new colors distinguishes Coronet cabinets. Detailed milling with square interior corners and slightly radiused exterior corners accentuate the beauty of solid plantation hardwood. Available in Chestnut or Honey.

Cabinets are in Stock and ready to go. Other sizes available. Post-formed countertops made in our shop! Delivery Available. Get additional cabinet information at www.nationallumber.biz.

Up to 80% Off

Item W1230L W1530L W1830L W3030 W3630 W4230 W3024 W3012 W3015 W2418 W3018 B12L B15L 18L B30 B36 B42 DB184 SB30 SB36 SB54 SB60

Description Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Wall Cabinet Base Cabinet Base Cabinet Base Cabinet Base Cabinet Base Cabinet Base Cabinet Drawer Base Cabinet Sink Base Sink Base Combination Sink Base Combination Sink Base

Cost $ 78.00 84.00 88.00 123.00 135.00 148.00 113.00 89.00 89.00 89.00 95.00 104.00 108.00 112.00 163.00 176.00 193.00 146.00 141.00 153.00 227.00 264.00

Exterior Door Units

starting at $75.00 Interior Door Units

starting at $30.00 Many items on One-timeclose out specials, such as: Cabinet Hardware • Selected Hand and Power Tools Selected Electrical Supplies • Vinyl windows -- $70.00

Where.. “Your Great Granddad was a Satisfied Customer” and you (At Monument Street) in East Baltimore will be too !!

It all takes place on Saturday, April 30th at:

National Lumber Company 4901 Pulaski Highway


28 The Baltimore Guide

Wednesday, APRIL 27, 2011

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418 S. Conkling St. •

We Open Accounts For Businesses & Schools

Now Available PACKAGE GOODS SEVEN DAYS Bud, Bud Light, $8.00 Rolling Rock

MINIMUM DELIVERY $7.00 • LIMITED AREA • $1.00 DELIVERY CHARGE Hours: Monday- Thursday 10am-12 Midnight; ATM Friday & Saturday 10am-2am ; Sunday 11am - 12 Midnight ITALIAN DINNER SPECIAL

1/2 PRICE DINNER

With Purchase of Any Dinner of Equal or Greater Price from our Regular Menu

Corona, Modelo

$8.50

National Bohemian

$7.50

6 Packs Bottles

You can get a

10” Sub for the 8” Sub Price!

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443-835-3867

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Toppings Additional

Toppings Additional

443-835-3954 FAX 3515 Eastern Avenue

NEW HOURS: Daily 7:30am-7pm

2-16" Pizzas

1 Topping ea

20" Pizza 1 Topping

$13.99+ tax $14.99+ tax

Dine in or Pickup

Dine in or Pickup

‘Become a Fan’ Filippo’s Pizzeria

LE DELI a STY nd

18" Pizza 1 Topping

18” Pizza 20” Pizza $9.99 $7.99

6 Packs Bottles 6 Packs Bottles

410-327-4550

18” Pizza 2-10” Subs, 1-10” Sub, 12 Wings & 2FF, 2 Can Sodas 1FF, 1 Can Soda 2 Liter Soda $13.99 + tax $7.49 + tax

$17.99+ tax $19.99 + tax

WE NOW SERVE BREAKFAST UNTIL 11AM!

FRESH COFFEE Egg & Cheese Sandwich ........................$2.99 Egg , Cheese & Bacon Sandwich ........$3.79 Egg , Cheese & Sausage Sandwich ....$3.79 BLT ..................................................................$2.99 Bagel with Cream Cheese .....................$1.79

Lunch Menu Items available anytime Soups • Salads • Appetizers • Sides Sandwiches •Specialty Sandwiches Treats by the Pound • Desserts

Limited Time Only.

Limited Time Only.

Choice of Any Sub at $5.49

Choice of Any Sub at $5.49

New Items! Pulled BBQ Pork Sandwich ......... $5.99 Fried Pickles (6) ............................. $3.99 Cheese Steak Sliders (4) .............. $5.99 Fresh Cucumber & Tomato Salad $2.49

Eating Light?

Try one of our Fresh Salads

New Strawberry Bibb ........$6.99 Caesar Salad ........................$5.99 Add Chicken ........... $3.49 House Salad ......................... $5.99 Greek Salad .........................$6.49 Chef Salad ............................$6.79

Order your Mother’s Day Special Cakes $9.99!

CBakery, A NPizza TO N & Subs

2-16” Pizzas with 1 topping

99

$

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

2-14” Pizzas with 1 topping

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/$ONNELL3TREETs   @ the corner of S. Clinton St

Mon-Thurs 7am-11pm; Fri 7am-3am; Sat 8am-3am, Sun 8am-11pm

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+tax

Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate Mousse, German Chocolate, Chocolate Fudge, Tiramisu, Carrot Cake, Super Atomic, Cheesecakes, Tres Leches, Flan, Lemon Coconut, Mice Cakes, Greek Pastries, Baklava, Kandifi, Apple, Cherry, 3 Subs, 3 Fries Blueberry Pies, Turnovers, Danish, Muffins, 3 Cans of Soda Pound Cake, Breads, Dinner Rolls, Napoleon, Birthday Cakes, Cookies, Fruit Cakes, Eclairs, $ 99 Cannoli, Doughnuts +tax



Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

99

$

99

$

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

One Sub & Medium Pizza w/I topping

99

$

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

Large Pizza w/1 topping 2 Liter Soda

999

$

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

SEAFOOD PLATTER (1 fish, 1 crabcake, 5 pieces of shrimp & fries)

99

$

One Large Pizza w/1 topping & 10 Wings

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

One 8” Sub One Fry Order One Can Soda

99

$

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.

FISH PLATTER (2 fish, fries and cole slaw)

999

$

+tax

Limited time only. Not valid with any other offers.


April 27, 2011 - The Baltimore Guide