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I grew up going to the National Aquarium, and I never felt like a visit was complete without the dolphin show. Going to the dolphin show was just like going to a circus—there was music, laughter, audience participation, and animals performing astounding and dazzling tricks. Last month, after a 20-year run, the National Aquarium discontinued the dolphin shows. However, what is taking their place is just as good, and might be better for the dolphins. The dolphin show is now a “dolphin exploration.” Visitors can drop in whenever they like. The dolphins will perform stunts every hour and a half or so, but they will be simpler and shorter, and in between visitors can see the dolphins go about their daily lives of training and just hanging out. The emphasis is on education and environmental awareness rather than astounding feats, though there will still be a few of those. John Racanelli, CEO of the aquarium, explained the change. He does not feel that the dolphin shows “provided the total experience” that visitors want, and that they might have made visitors feel separate from the dolphins. Now, the price of the dolphin experience is included in the price

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ated. It’s mind-boggling to think that an exhibit of Arctic Puffins and an exhibit of Amazon rain forest plants and animals can exist sideby-side in the same building, but they do, and the exhibits successfully evoke the environments. However, contrary to popular belief, the ‘Aquarium experience’ isn’t all about the animals. The people at the Aquarium are just as important as the exhibits - they can make or break your time there. Generally they make your time. The employees and the volunteers are always friendly, outgoing, and excited about their work. One volunteer walked up to me as soon as I came by the puffin exhibit and introduced himself. After we talked for a few minutes he started cracking jokes. “I always tell people that those noises aren’t the puffins,” he said, commenting on some low groaning noises that played through the The dolphins no longer perform shows every 90 minutes—but Aquarium visispeakers. “That’s me getting up in the morn- tors can stop by and say hello anytime. ing!” he laughed. Another volunteer I met was able to tell me stories about animals from all over the LOMBARD HARDWARE aquarium. He talked about the monkeys, the Tom’s Barber and dolphins, and the Amazon Rainforest, Shop TOOL RENTAL among other things, but the story that was HIGHLANDTOWN my personal favorite was about the octopus. UPPER FELLS POINT One day there was water leaking from the New phone #: 410-814-0167 There’s still an old fashioned hardware store in the neighborhood! ceiling of an exhibit, and no one could figure CONTINUED ON PAGE 13

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A few thoughts about this and that doesn’t the city prosecute these frauds, at least for violation of the city’s sign and A few thoughts about this and that: flyer law? At $500 a pop the perps would Signs are popping up all over town of- stop posting the placards in a big hurry. fering to buy houses for cash. Here’s what Speaking of the sign and flyer law, if I think: a) don’t fall for it, and b) why Otis Rolley III and Catherine Pugh love the city as much as they said they do during last year’s mayoral campaign, why “May we don’t they take down the signs that are help you?” still up around town? Seems to me if you love a city you don’t litter it. 526 S. Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD 21224 The Highlandtown Wine Festival baltimoreguide.com should serve as an example to neighborOffice Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Ed Hoffman, Publisher hoods that host street festivals involving 410-732-6600 ext. 8 alcohol. A couple of thousand attended, ehoffman@baltimoreguide.com paying $25 a pop for tastings of homeGeneral Manager Oversees All Departments made wine and an antipasto tray. There OFFICE was also a beer tent selling pints of FlyJackie Miller, Office ing Dog, which is an excellent beer with 410-732-6600 ext. 1 a pretty respectable alcohol volume. jmiller@baltimoreguide.com Billing questions, delivery issues Yet no windows were broken, no one BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

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got arrested and the cleanup afterwards was pretty simple. The guests ranged in age from early 20s to late 70s and everyone was there for a good time. Everyone treated the neighborhood respectfully, and indeed several children and teens who live on the block pitched in and helped with the festival. It was a cooperative event. Congratulations to Kevin Bernhard, president of the Highlandtown Community Association, organizer of the festival, and his entire crew of volunteers. The Highlandtown Wine Festival was the very opposite of Canton’s St. Patrick’s Day catastrophe. Thanks for proving that it is possible for a crowd of people to have a drink or three in the open air without laying waste to the surrounding community. There is a little tempest in a beer cup brewing between Washington and Baltimore about what a Washington Post sportswriter thinks is our disrespectful treatment of the National Anthem. Because we yell “O.” O yeah? Here is the columnist, Mike Wise of the Washington Post, on the subject. “Look, you’re not unpatriotic if you

yell “OH!” It doesn’t make you an awful American. But by claiming the lyrics, if only for a moment, you fundamentally undermine the idea that the song was written to unite instead of divide. A national anthem is a national anthem, not a convenient vehicle for one’s immense pride in his or her team.” O please. First, I think Mr. Wise needs a hobby. But further, if we actually think that yelling “O!” or “Braves” or whatever at the end of the anthem trivializes it, I have a suggestion. Let’s stop trivializing the anthem by playing it before every single game of football, baseball, basketball and tiddlywinks played in this country. Let’s play it at truly important moments, like inaugurations and Fourth of July celebrations, and then people might treat it with reverence. And if we must play it before sporting events, let’s play it for truly important ones, like the Olympics and championship games. Look at it this way. The Professional Golfers’ Association manages to present the Masters and US Open without singing the anthem at the first tee, and golf is still wildly popular. Just a thought.

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Robbery

E. Fayette Street, 1300 block, May 14, 7:45 p.m. A man entered a dollar store, grabbed candy, pushed a salesclerk down and ran out with the merchandise, valued at $3.35. N. Chester Street, 100 block, May 12, 2 a.m. A man was out walking when someone behind him said, “Kick it out, bitch.â€? He handed over $2 cash and two men, who had been standing behind him, ed. Shipview Way, 6200 block, May 12, 8 p.m. Police were called to the scene of a robbery, where a man told them two men (who he did not know) had hit him in the head, then had taken money from him and ed. He was taken to the hospital and treated for a dislocated shoulder and cuts and bruises to his face.

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Mason Court, 200 block, May 17, 12:01

a.m. A woman told police she had been involved with an argument with a man she knew only as “Shaneâ€? and that “Shaneâ€? had bitten her on the arm in a ďŹ t of rage. E. Baltimore Street, 3400 block, May 17, 7:15 p.m. OfďŹ cers on patrol saw one man chasing another and trying to beat him with a brick. They ordered him to stop and drop the brick. The victim told police he had become involved in an argument with the suspect, who was a stranger to him, and that the suspect had picked up the brick and threatened him with it. The assailant was arrested. Mason Court, 200 block, May 16, 10 p.m. A woman told police a family member had struck her in the face with a belt. S. Ann Street, 100 block, May 16, 7 p.m. A man and his roommate got into an argument, and the roommate struck him in the face with a bottle, breaking his tooth. S. Broadway, 700 block, May 16, 2:10 a.m. OfďŹ cers on patrol saw a man kicking another in the face as he lay on the ground. They arrested the assailant. The victim suffered injuries to his mouth and lip. S. Linwood Avenue, 100 block, May 16, 5 a.m. A woman told police that while walking in the park, a man she knew only as “Walterâ€? shoved her onto a bench, struck her in the face with his belt, then choked her with his shirt. She fought back and he ed. N. Linwood Avenue, 400 block, May 14, 5;10 p.m. A man told police he was walk-

ing into his house through a back door when he felt a pain in his back. He removed a B.B. later, but was unsure who had shot him. S. Potomac Street, unit block, May 12, 4 p.m. A man told police he had been standing in his kitchen with a friend he knew only as “Markâ€?, when the two became involved in an argument. “Markâ€? pulled out a knife and threatened him and the ďŹ rst man ed. Steelton Avenue, 1100 block, May 12, 11 p.m. A woman told police she and her boyfriend had become involved in an argument, and the boyfriend had hit her in the head several times with a hammer, then ed.

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9 a.m. Someone entered a home through an unlocked back window and took a computer. N. Conkling Street, 200 block, May 17, 9 a.m. Someone entered a home through the front door and took property including a TV. The homeowner could not remember whether the front door had been locked. Folcroft Street, 300 block, May 16, 10 p.m. Someone cut a window screen and entered a house, then stole a Ray Lewis helmet and a jar of coins. Eastbourne Avenue, 6200 block, May 15, 1:20 p.m. A man returned home to ďŹ nd his home had been broken into, and a man present. The suspect asked the man if he lived there. The homeowner said no, then went out and called police who arrested that suspect as well as a second man who was on the premises. N. Potomac Street, 500 block, May 14, 10:27 a.m. A woman told police her brother’s girlfriend, whom she knew only as “Bonnie,â€? kicked in the front door and walked inside. When confronted by the homeowner, “Bonnieâ€? said, “You heard me knocking, or you heard the dog, so I kicked in your f--ing door.â€? She then turned around and walked out. N. Rose Street, 200 block, May 13, 2:45 a.m. A woman was at home when a man tried to break in through her front window. She confronted him, and he said, “Don’t worry, I am nobody,â€? and then ed. Spark Court, 2000 block, May 10, 5:52 p.m. A man told police he was in the process of moving when someone kicked in his rear door and stole property including a TV, game system, computer and Ralph Lauren boots. He was not able to name a suspect, stating his roommate was incarcerated.

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Patterson Park offer the following programs through the Audubon Society. Info/RSVP:410-558-2473 or PPAudubon@gmail.com “Audubon’s Tiny Tots: May Flowers:” Thursday, May 24, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and Saturday, May 26, 10 a.m.-11 am. Ages 2-5 with an adult can meet at the picnic tables on the northeastern shore of the Boat Lake. $5 suggested donation per child. Hike through the park and see the flowers, learn how they give food to insects and more. Fells Point Meeting: Fells Point Main

Street holds a special annual members meeting on Thursday, May 24, 8 a.m. Info: info@fellspointmainstreet.org, 410-675-8900. Hampstead Hill Nights: The next Hampstead Hill Night, 500 S. Linwood Avenue, with free outdoor live music by Tony Berry and New Money will be held on Thursday, May 24. Note: All concerts begin at 6 p.m. (gates operning 5:30 p.m.), no alcohol is allowed, all children must be accompanied by an adult, food will be sold. BYO lawn chairs and picnic blankets. Info: 410-396-9146. Hire A Hero: A hiring and employment event for veterans and military spouses is held on Thursday, May 24 at M&T Bank Stadium, 1101 Russell Street. A free reCONTINUED ON PAGE 7

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Museum, 608 Water Street, has a workshop for pinball machine owners or managers. “Pinball Maintenance 101” is held Haz-Mats: Household hazardous mate- Watch The Birdie: Audubon holds a Saturday, May 26, 10 a.m.-noon. Each rial drop-off days are being offered by free urban bird-watching walk on Satur- session is $25/person ($20 with annual Baltimore 3/16 pg. ad for May 16 andInfo: May 30, 2012 pass). www.nationalpinballmuseDPW once again at the Northwest Citi- Guide— day, May 26, 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m., open to um.org, 443-438-1241. zen Convenience Center, 2840 Sisson (4.68”allw. X Meet 3.75” h) fountain in Patterages. at the Street. Dates and hours are as follows: son Park, closest to E. Lombard St. and S. Sunday, May 27 Residents can take these items to the Patterson Park Avenue. need binoculars? Bingo! St. Casimir Church Hall (Kolbe Northwest Citizen Convenience Center Send an e-mail and use a loaner pair. Center), 2736 O’Donnell Street, has non(proof of city residency required) on the Info: Kate Creamer kate.creamer@hot- smoking, handicap-accessible dinner last Friday and Saturday of every month mail.com, 443-623-0717. bingo on Sunday, May 27, opening 10 through November. Info: 311. Pinball Wizards: The National Pinball CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 Friday, May 25 and Saturday, May 26, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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city buildings, offices and landfills will be closed, and city offices will be closed for bill payment. Parking meters, however, do need to be fed. The offices of the Baltimore Guide will be closed for Memorial Day as well.

at the White House in Patterson Park (E. Patterson Pk. & E. Lombard Sts.)

Advance tickets: www.butchershill.org

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a.m., $20/person. Proceeds benefit the building fund. Info/reservations: 410276-4412. Confirmation Reunion: United Evangelical Church, UCC, 3200 Dillon Street, holds its 50th class reunion for the UEC Confirmation Class of 1962. Reunion is on Sunday, May 27 with a celebration luncheon following the 10:30 a.m. worship. Pentecost and Confirmation Sunday:

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 8212 Philadelphia Road in Rosedale, has one service on Sunday, May 27, 10 a.m., in honor of this year’s Confirmands and their families.. Info: 410-866-8766, wwwpoplutheranbaltimore.org. Run! Run! MCVET 5K Walk/Run and 10K Run: Sunday, May 27, 7:30 a.m. (5K), 8:30 a.m. (10K), starting from War Memorial Plaza. Info: www.charmcityrun.com.

Tuesday, May 29

For Art’s Sake: The Art Gallery of Fells

Point, 1716 Thames Street, has a new show with Joe Krastel’s acrylics and oils of local sports figures and scenes, from Tuesday, May 29-Sunday, June 24. Free artist’s reception on Friday, June 1, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Info: www.fellspointgallery. org, 410-327-1272.

What’s to do!

Greektown: The Greater Greektown Neighborhood Association meets at 7 p.m. at John Rurah Elementary on the last Tuesday of each month. The next meeting is May 29. Info: ggna.baltimore@gmail.com. Yoga Class: United Evangelical Church, 3200 Dillon Street, has a weekly “Easing Into Yoga” class from 5 p.m.-6 p.m. every Tuesday. Donations accepted in exchange for attendance. The next class, “Beginner’s Yoga,” is held from 6:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m. and is $10/session. Info: Linda Howard, instructor, 410-9478796.

Wednesday, May 30

Fun At Fatima! Our Lady of Fatima, 6400

E. Pratt Street, has its Fun Fest from Wednesday to Saturday, May 30, May 31, June 1 and June 2, starting 7 p.m. on Wenesday, Thursday and Friday, and 6 p.m. on Saturday. Rides, seafood, live music and more. Info: www.ourladyoffatima-baltimore.org, 410-633-9393.

Thursday, May 31

Notes From Little Italy: There’s a meet-

ing for those interested in helping plan the Columbus Day Parade (to be held Sunday Oct. 7) on Thursday, May 31 at 6:30 p.m. at Little Italy Lodge, 905 E. Pratt Street.

bles; on Sunday, there will be 16 fourperson teams. Info/registration: Dino Basso 410-536-0886. Cruising Into History: The S.S. John W. Brown, one of only two remaining liberty ships, will offer a living history cruise on Saturday, June 30. Get tickets now. Info: 410-558-0646, www.libertyship.com.

The St. Anthony Festival (to be held June9-10) needs cookies and volunteers. for those with pizzelle irons, Little

Italy provides the pizzelle batter, you do the cooking. To volunteer at one of the festival booths, email or call Sue Corasaniti at 410-321-7765 or wtwindstar@ aol.com. Free Zumba: There’s free Zumba (a fitness program to Latin dance rhythms) on Pagoda Hill on Thursdays, 7 p.m.-8 p.m., in Patterson Park, on May 31, June 7 and June 14. Info: katie@pattersonpark.com

Community Notebook

Crime Prevention: The Southern District

Police Community Relations Council holds COP walks as follows. Note: Unless otherwise specified, all walks are 7 p.m. Check the website for rules and policies, and for weather-related cancellations of walks. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443-831-0538, www. sdpcrc.org. Wednesday, May 23, Pigtown, meet at the Bath House, 904 Washington Blvd Thursday, May 24, Federal Hill/Federal Hill South, meet at Porter’s Pub, Riverside Ave and E Cross St Monday, May 28, Mt. Winans, meet at S Paca St and Hollins Ferry Rd Monday, June 4, Riverside/SBNA, meet at the Riverside Park gazebo, Riverside Ave and E Randall St Tuesday, June 5, New Southwest Mt. Clare, meet at the Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church, 1616 Wilkens Ave.

Mark the Calendar for...

Soccer in Patterson Park: Patterson

Park’s Panteras could use some volunteer coaches for the next session, starting Thursdays, 6 p.m.-7 p.m. on June 21. Info: katie@pattersonpark.com. Festival in Federal Hill Federal Hill Main Street holds its Federal Hill Jazz & Blues, Wine & Art Fest on Sunday, June 3. Live music, refreshments, art, a kids’ area and more. Volunteers needed. Info: Jane Seebold 410-727-4500, www. historicfederalhill.org. Bocce Tournament! The St. Anthony Festival will be held in Little Italy on Sunday, June 9-10, noon-8 p.m. The bocce tournament is now accepting signups. On Saturday, there will be 16 dou-

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012

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OUT OUT TO TO

Fine dining coming to Foster Avenue BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Crossroads, the dive bar at the corner of Foster and Highland avenues, has served its last Bud Ice. The bar closed Sunday and will be under new management. It will close for at least a month for top-to-bottom renovations. It will reopen—and here’s a metamorphosis for you—as a fine dining restaurant. Chef Mark Littleton, whom diners may remember from his days at Annabel Lee, and earlier at Simon’s, will open “Adam’s Eve,” a 50-seat restaurant featuring Littleton’s signature new American cuisine, sometime in June. Or maybe July. You know how renovations can go. He is going into business with his fiancee, Cheryl Gavoni. The restaurant is named for Cheryl’s son Adam, who died last year. She will manage the restaurant with Mark, who will serve as chef. Her daughter Ashley, a talented artist and art therapist, will design and produce the restaurant’s sign.

Anyone who remembers Littleton’s delectable menu of chops, steaks seafood and chicken, not to mention his duck fat fries, at Annabel Lee will look forward to the opening of Adam’s Eve. The food will be organic and locally sourced—grass fed beef, free-range poultry, local fish purveyors. There will be many vegetarian and seafood options. The beer will be locally brewed, and micro. The wine list will be simple—four whites, five reds—and will feature Maryland wineries like Boordy, Linganore and Black Ankle. The look and feel will be entirely different. The building needs a new floor, and they will replace the bar top. The exterior will be painted an antique shade called Philipsburg Blue. “People will understand it’s a new entity,” says Littleton. The pool table is already gone. So are the poker machines. One thing the new management can’t get rid of—yet—is the Keno machine. The contract with the Maryland Lottery runs yet awhile.

What’s for Breakfast?

Canton Dockside offers The Eggstravagant Crab, a crabcake, bacon, lettuce, tomato topped with a fried egg and served on housemade country toast. Served with a Bloody Mary, it hits all the essential food groups.


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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

Springtime special: Burglars entering through rear windows

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This week’s Neighborhood Watch South was compiled by Jacqueline Watts. Robbery 1200 block W. Pratt St., Sunday, May 13, 11:18 a.m.: A man was assaulted by a gang of juveniles who hit him in the back of the head, and then when he fell, punched and kicked him. When he told them he did not have any money they ran away. 2000 block Ashton St., Thursday, May 17, 2:25 p.m.: A man forced his way into an apartment and assaulted the occupant. He made off with her wallet, $250 cash, credit cards and ID. 700 block Washington Blvd., Thursday, May 17, 4:29 p.m.: A man walked into a dollar store and put 30 Glade air fresheners in a bag. The security guard tried to stop him, but he threatened the guard

with a scalpel and fled with the Glade. Aggravated assault Unit block S. Carlton St., Tuesday, May 15, 2:16 p.m.: A man’s roommate threatened him with a knife. 300 block S. Stricker St., Wednesday, May 16, 2:50 p.m.: Police arrested a man for throwing a woman to the ground and threatening her with a knife. Burglary 300 block S. Stricker St., Sunday, May 13, 4:55 a.m.: Two men broke into a corner store by forcing the rear door and stole the cash register, $100 cash, 10 cartons of cigarettes and other merchandise. The theft was recorded on a security camera. 300 block S. Calhoun St., Sunday, May 13, 7 p.m.: An officer on routine patrol noticed activity inside a vacant

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building. The back door had been kicked in. The policeman entered and arrested two suspects. 300 block S. Calhoun St., Monday, May 14, 1 p.m.: An officer on foot patrol noticed that a rear window of a vacant building was open. He entered and arrested two women. 1800 block W. Pratt St., Tuesday, May 15, 12:20 a.m.: A woman told police that someone crawled in through her bathroom window and stole $20 cash. Unit block E. West St., Wednesday, May 16, 9:30 a.m.: Someone crawled into a house through a window and stole a digital camera, iPad and an HP laptop. 1400 block S. Hanover St., Thursday, May 17, 7:15 a.m.: Someone got into a house through a rear window and stole a game console, games and gym clothes. 1600 block Ramsay St., Thursday, May 17, 4 p.m.: Someone got into a house through a rear window and stole food. Unit block E. Henrietta St., Friday, May 18, 8:40 a.m.: Someone broke a window of a house and stole a MacBook Pro 15-inch laptop, a blue Toshiba netbook and other electronic gear. Unit block W. Ostend St., Friday, May 18, 8 a.m.: Someone broke a window to

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gain entry to a house and stole a gold diamond ring and various other jewelry. 600 block S. Payson St., Friday, May 18, noon: Someone broke a window to gain entry to a house and once inside stole carpet, a kitchen sink, exhaust fan and power tools. Stolen auto 2000 block Christian St., Monday, May 14, 10 p.m.: Someone stole a scooter with Maryland tag 40797. 1400 block William St., Monday, May 14, 8 p.m.: Someone stole a 2007 Hyundai Accent. 400 block S. Carey St., Wednesday, May 16, 9 a.m.: Someone stole a 2003 Chrysler Town&Country van. 1800 block S. Charles St., Wednesday, May 16, 6 a.m.: Someone stole a 1993 Ford Aerostar van. It was recovered nearby a short time later. Larceny 200 block Warren Ave., Sunday, May 13, 7 p.m.: A woman stole another woman’s bottle of 90 Percocets from her apartment. 800 block Mangold St., Monday, May 14, 12:30 p.m.: Someone stole a Rheem air conditioning compressor from a back yard.


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410-276-2990 Shop online at www.santonismarket.com OPEN 24 HOURS

DOUBLE COUPONS UP TO 99¢

Memorial Day SAVINGS Esskay & Oriole Meat Franks

Bone-In Assorted Pork Chops

99 16 Oz. Pkg.

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2 $199 $ 27

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Sweet Blackberries 1/2 Pint or 1 Lb. Driscoll Strawberries

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Capital Pound Cake 10 Oz. $1.69

Santoni’s Lean T-Bone or Porterhouse Steaks Family Pack

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Athena Melons

$ 99 .

Kellogg’s Apple Jacks 8.7 Oz., Corn Pops 9.2 Oz., Eggo Maple 9.4 Oz., Rice Krispies 9 Oz., S’morz 8.9 Oz., Froot Loops 8.7 Oz. or 8 Ct .Pop Tarts

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Breyer’s Ice Cream

$ 49

/$

2

25 Selected 48 Oz.

Specialty 8” Apple Pie 22 Oz.

Dole Classic Salad Mix or Cole Slaw 12-14 Oz. Bags

Kingsford Charcoal

15.7-16.6 Lb. Bags

Campbell’s Pork N’ Beans

31 11 Oz.

40 Ct.

Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip

1 $299 $129 $799

$ 89

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Homelife Foam Plates

40 Oz.

Selected 30 Oz.

Santoni’s Lean Boneless Beef Rib Eye Steaks Family Pack $7.99 Lb.

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Deer Park Spring Water 8 & 12 Packs 2/$4.00

Boneless Skinless Frozen Grade A Chicken Breast Lb.

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Bone-In Country Style Pork Chops $2.29 Lb.

Super Chill Sodas 12/12 Oz. Cans 2/$4.00

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Kraft Cheese Chunks or Shredds or 12 Oz. Cheese Singles 12 Oz.

24 /$

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#2 Steamed Crabs $8.99 Doz. Snow Crab Legs $6.99 Lb Cherrystone CLAMS $3.99 doz. Under 15 Ct. raw Shrimp $7.99 Lb. Fresh Venezuelan Crab Meat $9.99 Lb. Fresh Maryland Lump Crab Meat $15.99 Lb. Chincoteague Raw Oysters in Shell $5.99 Doz. Turkey Hill Drinks

24 Selected 128 Oz.

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20/12 Oz. Cans Coke Products $5.99

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Prices Effective Thursday, May 24 thru Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Richfood Manzanilla Olivres 5.75 Oz. Ja 10/$10.00

Propel Water Singles

10 for $10.00 SAVINGS EVENT Goya Coconut Water

Selected 24 Oz.

17.6 Oz.

Goya Assorted Nectars 9.6 Oz. 2/$1.00

Deer Park Spring Water 3 Liters

Tastykake 4 Oz. Snack Pies 10/$10.00

Gatorade Thirst Quencher

Hunt’s Snack Pack Puddings

Selected 32 Oz.

Vlasic Relish 9-10 Oz. 10/$10.00

Kraft or Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce

Selected 14 Oz.

Selected 18 Oz. Btls.

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10/$10 /$

/$

Grocery Deals Domino Sugar

Hormel Chili Chili

4 Lb. Bag

2.49

21-22 Oz.

2.99

$

/$

Lipton Iced Tea Mix

23

53.3 Oz.

16-26 Oz.

12-14 Oz.

4.99

/$

Quaker Cap’N Crunch Cereal

Carnation Evaporated Milk

Hormel Chili No Beans Selected 15 Oz. 2/$4.00

Selected 15 Oz.

$

/$

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Ragu Pasta Sauce

Richfood Deluxe Mac N’ Cheese

3/$5

3/$5

Final Touch Fabric Softener $

/$

Ajax Laundry Detergent Nestle Baking Morsels 10-12 Oz. 2/$5.00

48 Oz.

4.99

46 Oz.

8 Pack 12 Oz.

Sparkle Paper Towels

2/$4

$

Pepsi Products

20 Pack 12 Oz. Cans

5.99

$

Nabisco Oreo’s

13.10-15.50 Oz.

3.59

$

18.8 Oz.

100 Ct.

Mott’s Apple Sauce 46-48 Oz. Jars

Pillsbury Cake Mix

4/$10

Selected 16 Oz.

$

Selected 10 Oz.

7.5-15.50 Oz. Pkgs.

3.99

Utz Potato Chips

Nabisco Crackers

FREE

4 $10*

2.19 3/$4 $4.99 $

18.25-18.9 Oz. Pillsbury RTS Frosting 12-16 Oz. $1.79

Purina Cat Chow 3.5 Lb. Bag

Vintage Seltzer Water Selected 33.8 Oz . 59¢

Planter’s Peanuts

Buy 1, Get 1

2 4 $1.79 $3.39 /$

O/T Honey Wheat, Potato, 100% Whole wheat or Split Top Wheat

Canada Dry & Related Products 6 Pack 20 Oz. Btls.

40.5 Oz. Cans

6 or 8 Rolls

5.99

Hanover Variety Beans

4-6 Oz.

Plain/Seeded 20 Oz.

Beverages & Snacks

$

Vlasic Kosher Dill Spears or Stackers

50 Oz. Can

15-25 Ct.

5.99

$

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200 Sq. Ft. Roll

12 or 24 Dbl. Rolls

or B&B Chips 16-24 Oz.

Glory Greens

64 Oz.

Angel Soft Bath Tissue

Selected 53.3 Oz.

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Richfood it Canned Fruz. 15-15.25 O0 10/$10.0

10 for $10.00 SAVINGS EVENT

Lipton Rice & Pasta Side Dishes

San Giorgio & Smart Taste Pasta

4-6.4 Oz.

Star Kist Chunk Light Tuna

12-16 Oz.

Birdseye Frozen Vegetables

5 Oz. or 2.6 Oz. Pouch

Bar S Polish or Smoked Sausage

Selected 16 Oz. Bags

Tropicana 12 O z. Orange Juice or 64 Oz. Beverage s 10/$10.00

Cooked Salad Shrimp

8 Oz.

4 Oz.

10/$10 10/$10 10/$10 10/$10 10/$10 10/$10

Meats & Seafood

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Fresh 80% Ground Chuck Family Pack

2.99

$

Johnsonville Brats

Fresh Pork Spareribs

1.99

$

Lb.

Hebrew National Franks

19 Oz. Pkgs.

11-12 Oz. Pkgs.

3.79

13.5-14 Oz.

Oscar Mayer Deli Shaved Meats $

4.99

$

2/$6 3.49 Gritllrians’ /$ Ex Hatfield 23 31/40 Ct. Beef Franks $8.99 IQF EZ Peel White Raw Shrimp $ Holten Thick & 12.98 Oscar Mayer Juicy Beef Patties $ 6.99 Delicasea Lump Meat Bologna Crab Meat $10.99 Light or Regular CLIP Sugardale and Superdogs 16 Oz. $5.99 SAVE Fishin’ Co. Murry’s French Tilapia Fillets /$ $3.99 Toast Sticks /$ 2 4 Kraft Produce Salad Dressing s Johnsonville Stadium Smoked Sausage

Frozen 32 Oz.

2.99

$ Lb.

Steak-umm Burgers

$

French’s Deli Brown or Yellow Mustard

Reynold’s Aluminum Foil or Release Non Stick

McCormick Seasonings

McCormick Black Pepper

12-20 Oz. Btls.

35-55 Sq. Ft. Rolls

2.75-3.87 Oz.

4 Oz. Cans

7-9 Oz.

3.69

$

2/$5

3.49

$

3 Lb. Pkg.

Sold in 2 Lb. Bags

Frozen 2 Lb.

1 Lb. Tin

24

Frozen 5 Lb. Pkg.

IQF 16 Oz.

16 Oz.

14-16 Oz. Btls. 2/$4.00

Seedless Watermelon

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4.99

5 $1.99

$

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Imported Mangos Tropical Treat

Celery Hearts Farmstand

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Ears

99 $1.99

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Red Cluster Tomatoes

Romaine Lettuce USA

Baby Cut Carrots 1 Lb. Bag

Imported

1.69

$

Jumbo Vidalia Onions

$

Imported

99

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Lb.

1.49 2/$3

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Lb.

Baker Russet Potatoes USA

Super Select Cucumbers USA

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Red Haven Yellow Peaches New Crop

1.69

$

Lb.

79¢ 79¢

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frozen & dairy Aunt Jemima

Klondike Bars, Cones, Sandwiches

French Tst., Pancakes or Sticks 12.5-14.8 Oz.

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Dannon Adult Yogurt

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Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice

3/$5

2/$1

$

2/$6

12.4-16 Oz.

Selected 6 Oz.

Snicker’s Ice Cream Novelties Selected 6 Pks.

10.5 Oz.

3.99 $4.39 $

Bacardi Drink Mixers

Signature Premium Corned Beef or Pastrami

25¢ 39

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6.99

$

5.99

Cool Whip Topping Selected 8 Oz.

7.99

2.75-3 Lb.

7.99

$

Lb.

3.99

Coffeemate Flavored Creamers 32 Oz.

4.99

$

4.99

$

Esskay Cello Braunsweiger

3.99

$

Lb.

Reddi Wip Topping 6.50-7 Oz.

5.99

3.99

$

Lb.

Esskay Barbecue Loaf

French Twirls

2/$5

4 Count

$

Brownie Bites

Specialty Cherry or Blueberry Pies

Specialty 4” Snack Pies

$

$

2.99

4.49

8” 22 Oz.

Baked Fresh Daily Hoagie or Kaiser Rolls 6 Count

1.99

$

Apple or Cherry 4 Oz.

1.00

"Not responsible for typographical errors. Artwork is for design purposes only and does not necessarily represent the product advertised. We reserve the right to limit quantities."

Lb.

6.59

$

Patriotic 48 Oz. Sheet Cake $20.12

2.19

Lb.

Esskay Meat Bologna

Patriotic Cupcakes

$

2.39 $2.19 $

16 Oz. Qtrs.

$

Lb.

Santoni’s Baked Honey Ham

Lb.

Richfood Butter

Hatfield Honey Cured Ham

Cooper Sharp Yellow or White Cheese

Lb.

Bakery Fresh

1.79 $2.99

$

Selected 16 Oz.

Jerome Hickory Smoked Turkey

Reser’s Tub Salads $

12 Ct. 10 Oz. Santoni’s Accepts:

Breakstone’s Sour Cream

2 5 2/$3

Selected 10 Oz.

$

Lb.

6 Count

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2.99

Signature Premium Roast Beef

Signature Browned Turkey Breast

$

or Grapefruit Juice 59 Oz.

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16-30 Oz.

Steak-umms Sliced Beef

Money Orders

Stouffer Sale

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Sports

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012

BIRDS HOUSE:

He is tied for second in the American League with his 14 home runs with White Sox slugger Adam “Big Donkey� Dunn. They both trail the Rangers’ Josh Hamilton, who has knocked 18 balls far, far away. Helping the Orioles clear the fence is J.J. Hardy, who is lava-hot after a slow start. Hardy now has nine home runs and has started to pick his average up during the month of May. Gold Glovers Nick Markakis and Matt Wieters both have eight home runs and Chris Davis has shown his pop by hitting five homers this year. Heck, even Robert

BALTIMORE BOMBERS! BY ANDY MINDZAK They say chicks dig the long ball. If that’s the case, the Orioles are the Brad Pitts of Major League Baseball so far this year. Baltimore leads all teams with 64 home runs, with the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers right behind them. Now we all knew the Orioles had some heavy hitters, but this is exceeding all expectations, and

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Adam Jones is leading the conga line of overachievers. Jonesy has been having himself a monster year so far. He currently leads the Orioles in basically every category. Batting average, home runs, runs batted in, runs scored, stolen bases, you name it. Jonesy is hitting .304 with 14 home runs, 29 RBI, 32 runs, and has swiped six bases.

Andino has three home runs, putting him well on pace to break his career high of five. All of this power has mostly come without their slugging third baseman Mark Reynolds, as he has been on the disabled list since May 11. The good news is that the Orioles are still in first place and their pitching has been consistent, but they will need their offense to continue if they want to stick around come October. The AL East is one tight division. Even the last place Boston Red Sox are making a push to get out of the cellar. All five teams are separated by only six games.

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CATHOLIC St. Michael UK Catholic 2401 Eastern Avenue 410-308-8815 English - Saturday 5pm Ukrainian Sunday 10:30am Holy Rosary Church 408 S. Chester St. 410-732-3960 Sunday English 8:30am & 12:30pm; Polish 10:30am St. Casimir Church 2736 O’Donnell St. 410-276-1981 Sunday 8am, 10am, 5pm St. Ignatius Church 740 N. Calvert Street 410-727-3848 Our Lady of Fatima 6240 E. Pratt St 410-633-9393 Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9:30am and 12pm St. Leo the Great Church 227 S. Exeter St 410-675-7275 Sat 5:30pm, Sun 9:30am & 11:30am Our Lady of Good Counsel 1532 East Fort Avenue 410-752-0205 Sunday 11:00 A.M. St Elizabeth of Hungary 2700 E. Baltimore St. 410-675-8260 Saturday 4pm, Sunday 10am Sacred Heart of Jesus 600 S. Conkling St. 410-342-4336 Sunday 10am English, 12:30 pm & 7pm Spanish, 8:30am Spanish at St. Patrick's Our Lady of Good Counsel 1532 East Fort Avenue 410-752-0205 Sunday 11:00 A.M. St. Mary Star of the Sea 1400 Riverside Avenue 410-685-2255 Saturday 5:30 P.M. Mass St. Jude’s Shrine 308 N. Paca St., 410-685-6026 Sunday 8am, 9am, 11:30am St. Brigid Church 911 S. Ellwood Ave. 410-563-1717 Saturday 4pm, Sunday 10:30 am Holy Cross Church 110 E. West St. 410-752-8498 Sunday 9:00 A.M. & 5:00 P.M. St. Michael the Archangel 3701 4th Street, 443-869-5548 Sat 5:30pm; Sun. 9:30am, 12noon St. Johns Community 16 S. Patterson Park Avenue. Sunday 3:00 pm, Wed - Fri. 8:30 am.

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The Balticon Sunday Night Short Film Festival is also expected to draw strong attendance. Live Action Role Playing (LARP) will be offered throughout the conference. Don’t understand LARP? It’s an ongoing, improvisational form of acting that involves acting out roles of various fictional characters. The LARP will run throughout the meeting. A scenario is presented to all registered players, who take it from there. Last year, Balticon attracted over 1,800 participants. Over the years BSFS has expanded its offerings. From its Highlandtown headquarters at 3310 E. Baltimore Street (a former theater that maintains its sloped floors), it holds regular membership meetings, offers a lending library, holds book groups and book crits, hosts social gatherings of all types, and circulates an e-newsletter to keep members apprised of goings-on within and without the organization. (Details: BSFS, www.bsfs. org; the Balticon website is www.balticon. org). “We have something for everyone, as long as it’s related to sci-fi,” says Arnold.

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KINGSVILLE HOUSE Sharing lg rm, priv home, Male pref’d EAST BALTIMORE 3131 E. w/ use of kit & laundry $550/ McElderry St. Spacious 4BR, mo + SD 410-592-5933 1.3 BA. Carp, appl, & wtr incl. FOUND – Looking for Sect 8 OK. $1100/mo w/opt to something? Find it in the Guide Classifieds! buy. No SD. 312-683-5174

Heron Bay • Lewes, DE Single Family Homes - 1/2 acre from $167,900* 302.644.9002 The Grande at Canal Pointe Rehoboth Beach, DE Condominiums from $219,900* 302.227.7074 Townhomes from $329,900* 302.227.1053 Sterling Crossing Rehoboth Beach, DE Villas from $229,900* 302.260.9040

Rehoboth Crossing Rehoboth Beach, DE Townhomes from $299,900* 302.260.9670 Fairway Village Coming Ocean View, DE Soon! Townhomes from $229,900* 302.227.1053 *Information subject to change without notice. See a community sales associate for full details.

www.LCHomesDE.com ROOM FOR RENT Clean & ing for Real Estate which is in quiet. $90 wk + SD 410-675- violation of the law. All persons are hereby imformed 6553 that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opOC 2BR ocean front condo, portunity basis. If you believe Fountainhead, 116th St. pool, that you may have been dis& tennis, Book Now 10% dis- criminated against in connection with the sale, rental or ficount. Call: 410-668-0680 OC OCEANFRONT Condo 80th nancing of housing, call The St 1st floor. 2BR, 2BA, $995/ United States Department of week, Avail in May and 6/2-6/9 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) at 1-800-669, Call 410-592-5933 9777.        

BOAT SLIP IN CANTON 40 ft. boat slip at bulkhead, $600.00 mo., also for sale $60,000.00, 410-663-8888 20 ACRES WEST TEXAS $0 down, $99/mo. $12,900 Owner financing, no credit checks. Beautiful Mountain Views Money back guarantee. Ask about 60 for 40 acre special! 1-800-343-9444 EQUAL HOUSING All Real Estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to indicate preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept any advertis-

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SERVICE DIRECTORY

Quality, Local Businesses dedicated to improving our community AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR

COMPUTER SERVICES COMPUTER SERVICES

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Tom Allen Home Services efficient, reliable, honest

Herman Rossmark ROOFING INC

Residential & Commercial

Roofing • Spouting • Skylights • Chimneys General • Siding • Painting Household Repairs • Glass Block Windows 410-344-7762 • Deck Tops • Railings

www.tomallenhomeservices.com licensed and insured

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Bob McNeill

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We can build a stronger local economy and create more opportunities for growth and change in our community by supporting our local Home Improvement Businesses and Services. When you patronize a local business, you are investing in a brighter environment and future for the community you live in, and that’s something we all can believe in!

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

REMEMBERING OUR FALLEN HEROES ON MEMORIAL DAY “Providing Security and Peace of Mind for Generations.”

Gardens of Faith Memorial Gardens 5598 Trumps Mill Road, Baltimore, MD 21206 410-668-1086 www.gardensoffaithmem.com email: info@gardenoffaithmem.com

A PROUD DIGNITY MEMORIAL ® PROVIDER

Our Lady of Fatima

FUNFEST

May 30 & 31 / June 1 & 2 7 pm Nightly / 6 pm Saturday

Live music nightly

NIGHTLY SEAFOOD FESTIVAL & BEER GARDEN OD! O F ! AT all GRE r o f Corner of Pratt & Kane Street fun For more information and directions visit: o s! e g d n i i r b e www.OurLadyofFatima-Baltimore.org s & c e n m a or Call 410-633-9393 ga f ch o s Ride wristbands available Wed. & Thurs. only el e h w

EE FR SION S MI D A

SUNDAY, June 3rd 11am - 7pm S. Charles & Cross Streets Historic Federal Hill

WEDNESDAY

T&T Steel Drum Band THURSDAY

COLlect all 5 FRIDAY

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broadcast

Listen to the great sounds of: Walter “Wolfman” Washington and Honey Island Swamp Band from New Orleans, Cris Jacobs Band, The Players, Ruben Montoya, Dawgone, Community Groove, Jake Leckie Band, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and more... Enjoy arts & crafts and delicious food & drink Wine Tastings & Art Alley!

Families will love the new KIDS’ KROSS STREET with moon bounces, hands-on fun, crafts and more!

Avoid parking hassles, take the free Charm City Circulator! For more info, log onto www.historicfederalhill.org or call 410-727-4500

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