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Every year Southeast Baltimore kicks off the festival season with two of the best, the Greek Folk Festival June 6-10 (see pages 6-8) and the St. Anthony Festival June 9 and 10, at the the Church of St. Leo the Great in Little Italy.

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As the tide turns in Canton, theories abound regarding that smell by EVE. G. GILLISON SPECIAL TO THE baltimore guide

Almost all of us noticed the harbor over the Memorial Day weekend, but not because for its scenic beauty; we couldn’t help but notice it because it stank. And not only did it stink, but it was also a strange reddish-brown color. This phenomenon is called “Mahogany Tide�, and it’s named after that muddy red color. This isn’t the first time that we’ve had a Mahogany Tide. There were incidents of Mahogany Tide reported in both 2008 and 2009, and in an average year the bay gets hit with several different types of algae blooms (for example, there are also Red Tides and Brown Tides). Many types of algae blooms have similar negative effects on the environment. The bay will probably have to go through another algae bloom before the fall, and the effects of future blooms will be very similar to those of Mahogany Tide. Algae blooms can harm the bay through a process called eutrophication (you-trofi-kay-shun). Here’s how it works.

When the conditions are just right— warm water, plenty of sunlight and nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus—the algae reproduce very quickly, and the population of algae in the water builds up. Then the algae die and decompose. Fish breathe oxygen dissolved in water. When the algae blooms are bigger than normal, the oxygen gets used up, and the fish have no oxygen to breathe. The fish suffocate, and that’s when the bay begins to smell like dead fish. As previously mentioned, the bay goes through several algae blooms a year, and eutrophication takes place during many of them, not just Mahogany Tide. The bay is not the only body of water that suffers from algae bloom—people living near the Boat Lake in Patterson Park see it every year. When the water is bright green and looks almost as if you could walk across it, that’s eutrophication. This year conditions are just right for algae growth. Algae like to have warm water. We had a mild winter and a record hot spring, so the water is the perfect temperature for the algae.

How can we improve conditions in our creeks, ponds and rivers? For a start we can pick up after ourselves and our pets.

Algae also needs water with lots of nutrients in it. The nutrients that algae need to grow come from run-off, rain water that flows over the ground and can collect fertilizer, sewage, and animal waste on its way. These pollutants have the nutrients that make the bay, and the Boat Lake, an ideal place for algae. To stop the algae blooms we need to

clean up after ourselves. If run-off does not contain the waste that promotes algae growth (for example, fertilizers or animal waste), then the algae won’t grow. If everyone cleans up after themselves and their pets, then we can help keep the water around us from stinking again this year, or the year after.

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Recollections of two decades in print had the very great privilege to report on some of those changes. For instance: Twenty years ago, “no one [went] to This is my last week as editor of The Patterson Park because only junkies and Baltimore Guide, a job that I have held, criminals go there” —at least, that’s what and loved, for more than 20 years. people said in countless public meetings. And my, how things have changed. I That certainly has changed! Most of the credit goes to the Friends of Patterson Park for the thousands of unpaid hours its “May we help you?” volunteers have spent in the park over the years. And then there’s Sidney Brower, a 526 S. Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD 21224 public planning professor at the Univerbaltimoreguide.com sity of Maryland, who, with his class of Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm graduate students and the Friends, helped Ed Hoffman, Publisher organize the community to make a mas410-732-6600 ext. 8 ehoffman@baltimoreguide.com ter plan for the park and demand money General Manager Oversees All Departments from the city for repairs and renovations. OFFICE It was my privilege to report on this Jackie Miller, Office great effort and to serve on the master 410-732-6600 ext. 1 plan committee. It was nothing less than jmiller@baltimoreguide.com the rescue of the park and its surrounding Billing questions, delivery issues and other account inquiries neighborhoods, and it was exciting. EDITORIAL Twenty years ago, the Highlandtown branch library was tiny, cramped and Jacqueline Watts, Editor 410-732-6603 / 410-732-6600 ext. 5 didn’t have much to offer because of the editor@baltimoreguide.com space available. But people loved it and Editor, writer, oversees all news content they used it. It had the second-most circulation per square foot in the entire Pratt Mary Helen Sprecher, Staff Writer 410-732-6602 / 410-732-6600 ext. 6 Library system, behind Roland Park. newsroom@baltimoreguide.com And when Pratt CEO Carla Hayden anGeneral reporting, calendar, crime nounced her plan for regional libraries SALES added to the Pratt’s extensive network of Shelley Evans, Account Executive small branches, we at The Guide lobbied 410-732-6617 / 410-732-6600 ext. 4 to have the first (and so far, the only) resevans@baltimoreguide.com gional library in Southeast. Display advertising for businesses Today, the Southeast Anchor Library Delores Langley, Classified Account Executive attracts nearly 500,000 visitors a year to 410-732-6616 ext. 2 Highlandtown’s struggling business disdlangley@baltimoreguide.com Display advertising for businesses trict. It was my privilege to report on the Classifieds, Service Directory, Announcements planning and construction of that library PRODUCTION and to serve on the community advisory committee. Jennifer Franz, Art Director/Webmaster 443-573-2950 / 410-732-6600 ext. 7 Also, 20 years ago the City of Baltiads@baltimoreguide.com more planned to close eight branch librarIan Potts, Graphic Designer ies, among them the Canton Branch, the 410-732-6600 ipotts@baltimoreguide.com historic first branch of the system. The Contributing Photographers community managed to head off the closThomas C. Scilipoti, Bill Lear, ing of the Canton Branch. It is presently Maggie Allen, Anna Santana Contributing Writer undergoing more than $1.3 million in Andy Mindzak, The Birds House renovations, a roof-to-basement project Member MDDC - the Maryland-Delaware Press Association © 2012 Ascend Communications, Inc. that will preserve the building’s historic All rights reserved. flavor while providing access to disabled people. There will be more room availwww.baltimoreguide.com BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

able for children’s and adult collections. Many thanks to the Friends of the Canton Branch and the Canton Community Association for their hard work over more than a decade toward this renovation. In the community, the Guide has helped spotlight crime and even capture suspects. The Guide’s Crimestoppers feature at one point helped the Southeastern District’s Warrant Apprehension Squad achieve a 92 percent capture rate. More than once, a suspect saw his picture in the paper and went to the station house to turn himself in. Among the suspects this feature helped take off the streets were two murderers, both convicted; two rapists, ditto; and a whole slew of car larcenists, burglars, muggers and street fighters. The Guide also helped clean up prostitution around the park in a cooperative operation with the Southeastern District. We printed the names of both prostitutes and johns arrested in the district, a move that led to a huge drop in activity. Unfortunately, the vice squad is citywide now, and it is impossible for us to tell which people were arrested where. Even so, the prostitution problem around the park is not nearly as bad as it once was, and here’s hoping we never return

to those days. We entered into a cooperative arrangement with the Bureau of Animal Control and the Maryland SPCA to discourage dogfighting in our neighborhoods Fighting-dog owners were capturing pet cats to use to “blood” their dogs. While our effort did not end dogfighting, we did manage to drive it back underground and out of Patterson Park. While reporting on the crime and other not-so-nice aspects of city living, we always tried to report on the positive— festivals, water ballets, church suppers, neighborhood efforts like cleanups and COP walks, free Bach concerts and more. The new editor is Eric Zygmont. To contact him, email editor@baltimoreguide.com or phone 410-732-6603. Please be as kind to him as you have always been to me. It has been my great privilege to work for our communities and readers. I am hoping to stay active in community work. To all of you, thank you for bringing us into your homes every week. Thanks for reading, thanks for talking, thanks for your feedback, thanks for your support. I shall miss all of you.

...and an additional note BY MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Having accepted a position that will allow me to work full-time from home as a magazine editor, I’ll also be leaving the Guide at the end of this week. It’s difficult to sum up all the things I’ll miss because 11 years on the job certainly has brought a wide range of experiences. One of the great advantages to working at a small paper has been the variety it offers me as a reporter. I’ve been able to climb scaffolding to watch the rehab of St. Casimir’s Church, and I’ve spent the night in the basement of a supposedly haunted bar. I’ve been to hearings for the liquor board and to meetings of numerous community associations. I’ve seen kids learn to fish and play tennis, and adults with disabilities learn bocce. My first full week on the job was September 11, 2001. Each of us has a very personal and unique memory of that day, and I know mine is no exception. With a variety of reports coming in from every direction, we had trouble sorting out what was really happening from what was being rumored. It was like being

inside a kaleidoscope where everything kept turning and shifting, and there was no way to find a balance. Since that week, I’ve seen so many other changes, large and small. I’ve seen Catholic schools close one by one, and seen public schools reinvent themselves and achieve success as charter schools. I’ve seen the Baltimore Police cope with crime, trying to make our neighborhoods safer, and I’ve seen communities come together with rakes and bags and plants to make those same neighborhoods cleaner and more beautiful. Anyone who knows me knows that I have enjoyed covering Baltimore’s crime. I don’t know why our area sees so much crazy activity (Really? She hit him with a burrito?) but it does. Thanks to all those who have done things to make the area better and stronger. Whether you’re teaching the kids, walking the beat, sweeping an alley or putting on a program at the boat lake, it has been my priviledge to cover your work and I feel as though it’s not just the neighborhood that has been improved — it has been my view of people.


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cial events to keep patrons happy once the festival has gone dark for the evening. The festival kicks off on Saturday, June 9 with musical entertainment by the Monaldi Brothers from noon-4 p.m. Mixed Company follows, playing until 8 p.m. There will also be games, wheels, refreshment stands, crafts and more. Another event that starts Saturday is the bocce tournament. On Saturday, there will be 16 doubles teams; on Sunday, there will be 16 four-person teams. (Note: This activity is available at an additional cost, and must be registered for separately. Info/registration: Dino Basso 410-536-0886). The festival returns again on Sunday, with 9:30 a.m. Mass at the church. The Mass honors St. Anthony, and afterwards, the saint’s statue will be carried through the

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Festival food with a twist-or eight For a change of pace, try octopus BY EVE. G. GILLISON SPECIAL TO THE BALTIMORE GUIDE

Finding the ‘right’ way to cook octopus is nearly impossible. Google ‘grilled octopus recipe’ and you can choose from almost 600,000 results. After reading a few hundred of these, I am convinced that each recipe is completely different from the last. The biggest differences are in the ways that the meat is tenderized. Tenderizing is perhaps the most important part of cooking octopus—get that part wrong, and you have a dish that is chewier than Gumby and his horse Pokey put together. Get it right, and you transform it into a soft and pleasantly chewy dish. Traditionally, Greek ďŹ shermen beat the octopi against the rocks of the Greek coast, and then hang them out to dry on clotheslines. Something tells me, though, that the Baltimore Health Department would have something to say about that method.

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they’re doing, I head down to the Greek Folk Festival. This year, the festival is held Thursday, June 7, through Sunday, June 10, in front of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church on Ponca Street. It’s a great opportunity to get a huge plate of grilled octopus that’s cooked to perfection. When octopus is cooked just right, the texture is almost soft, and just a tiny bit chewy. It is a little charred on the outside, but juicy and succulent on the in-

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Tuesday Night Specials Roast Prime Rib of Beef (24oz.) .................................$14.95 Broiled 8oz Filet Mignon w/Crab Imperial.....................$18.95 1-1/2 lb. Whole Steamed Maine Lobster.......................$16.95

Every Friday Special Seafood Night - Any fish on menu stuffed w/Crab Imperial, 2 veg. & homemade bread & butter. . . .$20.95 32 oz. Broiled Crab Cake .....$30.95

Saturday and Sunday Serving Six Different Specials. Call for details.

Wednesday Night Specials 2 Broiled All Lump Meat Crab Cakes ..........................$17.95 1-1/2 lb. Whole Steamed Maine Lobster stuffed w/Crab Imperial or 1 Center Pork Chop & 2 Stuffed Shrimp..................................$20.95

Serving Lunch Specials Every Day. Call for details!


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HIGHLANDTOWN Celebrating 20 years!

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Not your average Snowball Stand!

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Red Line: Red Line open houses are scheduled to show the latest plans,

meet advisory committee members and more. Meetings address different areas of town; check the online agenda to make sure you attend the appropriate meeting(s). Info: www.baltimoreredline.com. Wednesday, June 6: 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.: University of MarylandBaltimore, SMC Campus Center, Ballrooms A&B, 621 W. Lombard Street. Saturday, June 9, 9 a.m.-noon, Hampstead Hill Academy cafeteria, 500 S. Linwood Avenue. Tuesday, June 12. 5 p.m.-8 p.m., Woodlawn High School cafeteria, 1801 Woodlawn Drive. Saturday, June 16, 9 a.m.-noon, Lockerman Bundy Elementary School gymnasiu, 301 N. Pulaski Street.

Spring Hours: Sun-Thurs 12-9pm; Fri & Sat 12-10pm Summer hours begin Sat June 9th: 11am-10pm every day!

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FREE

Highlandtown Location ONLY Good Monday June 11th ONLY Must Present Coupon • 1 coupon per person • Premium and Marshmallow Extra Visit our other locations: MIDDLESEX • MARTIN PLAZA CARROLL ISLAND CITGO DUNDALK ROSEDALE (Kenwood Shopping Center)

3930 FLEET ST

(Corner of Fleet & Grundy) www.facebook.com/myicydelights

Items for Community Calendar can be mailed 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.

Wednesday, June 6

Bus Trips from the Church: United

Evangelical Church, 3200 Dillon Street, has two bus trips coming up. Info/tickets: Arlene Pate 410-327-3211. June 6 to Bird In Hand Restaurant to see “The Confession” ($10 deposit being ac-

cepted now) Dec. 6 to Toby’s Dinner Theatre to see “The Sound of Music.” 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, June 6. Vigil for Victims: A candlelight vigil will be held Wednesday, June 6 from 7 p.m.7:45 p.m. in front of the former Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School,1530 E. Fort Avenue. The vigil will remember the victims of a convicted child sex offender who once taught at the school. Info: Marsha Wise 443-306-3369.

Thursday, July 7

Family Fishing: On the first Thursday

of each month, there’s free catch-andrelease Family Fun Fishing nights at the boat lake in Patterson Park, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. The next is Thursday, June 7. BYO fishing tackle or borrow a loaner. Bait is provided. Info: Mark Burke 410-3969392. (Weather cancellation info: 410396-7078). 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 June 7 and June 14. Info: katie@pattersonpark.com

Friday, June 8

Free Music: Harborplace and the Gallery

host free outdoor music every Friday and Saturday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., during the summer. On Friday, June 8, it’s Junk Yard Saints Zydecoand on Saturday, June 9 it’s 8 Ohms Band Funk. Info/inclement weather notes: www.harborplace.com. Piano and Dessert: On Friday, June 8, 7:30 p.m., there is a piano recital by Andrew Engebrecht, performing works by Modeste Moussorgsky, Erik Satie, George Gershwin, Scott Joplin and others. Dessert reception follows, all at Salem-Baltimore Hispanic United MethodCONTINUED ON PAGE 11

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Learn the science behind your favorite circus tricks and stunts.

7am Registration 7-8am Coffee & Danish 8am Shotgun Start

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ist Church Fellowship Hall, 3405 Gough Street. Info: 410-276-8460. Free-will offerings accepted to benefit the Vacation Bible School program.

Sunday, June 9

Brew 101: Baltimore historian Maureen

O’Prey will give a talk about the history of brewing Saturday, June 9, at 1 p.m. at the Southeast Anchor Library, Eastern Ave. and Conkling St. This is not simply the history of Brewers Hill—O’Prey will talk about the brewing trade in colonial times as well. Mary Pickersgill, who made the Star-Spangled Banner that flew over Fort McHenry during the British bombardment in September 1814, sewed the huge flag on the floor of Brown’s Brewery. The presentation is free and sign language interpreters will be present. For info check www.prattlibrary.org/ calendar. Hook, Line and Sinker: On Saturday, June 9, there’s a family fun fishing festival in the Patterson Park Boat Lake, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., free to the public. Geared toward kids, but everyone is welcome at the fishing festival. BYO rod and tackle, or borrow one of a limited number of poles.There will also be games to play and crafts to take home. Flea Markets: On Saturday, June 9, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., there’s a flea market and health fair at Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens, Druid Hill Park. Vendors and health providers are welcome, but registration is required. Info: 410396-7459. Strawberry Fest: St. Francis of Assisi Sodality, 3615 Harford Road, has its strawberry festival on June 9, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Info: barbarajowuest@aol.com.

Sunday, June 10

What’s to do!

Music on the Hill: There’s “Music on Pa- Linda

goda Hill” throughout the summer, with free concerts in Patterson Park, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. BYO lawn chair or picnic blanket. Info: 410-276-3676. Sunday, June 10 (rain date Wednesday, June 13): Patrick Alban and Noche Latina (Latin rhythms). Tuesday, June 26 (rain date Wednesday, June 27): Strykers Posse with dancehall and roots-and-culture reggae. Bike Tour: On Sunday, June 10, it’s Tour Dem Parks, a bicycle tour of Baltimore’s park system, running from 7:30 a.m.noon. The annual tour has several routes, and all begin and end in Carroll Park. There will be a rest stop in Patterson Park. Info: www.tourdemparks.org.

Tuesday, June 12

New Mom 101: New moms cancome

out and meet other new moms (adoptive and biological) and talk over those first weeks of life with Sara Groves, R.N. every Tuesday, now through July 3, at 10:30 a.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church, 1025 South Potomac Street (on O’Donnell Square) in Canton.Info: Sara 443-750-1636, church410-935-3696. Yappy Hour: The Lighthouse Tavern, Toone and Clinton streets, hosts a humans-only happy hour to benefit Friends of Canton Dog Park on June 12, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Activities include a a 50/50 raffle, door prizes and happy hour specials. The next Friends meeting will be at 7 p.m., immediately following the happy hour event. Info: info@cantondogpark.org. 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:

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8796.

Howard, instructor, 410-947-

Wednesday, June 13

Looking for Volunteers: Sail Baltimore

is looking for young professionals to socialize with the crews that are coming in for ‘Sailabration’, June 13-19, 2012. The specific event is ‘crew night’ on Sunday, June 17, 7 p.m.-10 p.m. at The Soundstage at Power Plant. They need to be 21. Info: Clare.sailbaltimore@gmail.com, 410-522-0385 Rec and Parks is looking for volunteers to assist with a softball and soccer tournament in Patterson Park on Saturday, June 16. Info/to volunteer: Bob Wall Robert.wall@baltimorecity.gov, www. starspangled200.com. Blood Drive: Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 8212 Philadelphia Road, has a Red Cross blood drive on Wenesday, June 13, 3:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Appointments/ info: Church 410-866-8766, Dianne 410391-0298. Directions: www.poplutheranbaltimore.org.

Carnival! St. Brigid Church holds its sum-

mer carnival June 13-16, 7 p.m. daily.

Thursday, June 14

Family-Friendly Fun: The Baltimore Mu-

seum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway, has Family Friendly 2nd Thursdays of each month from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. for tours, crafts, movies and more for ages 2 and up. Kids are $5, accompanying parents are free, general public is $10. The next one is Thursday, June 14. Info: Gena Morris 410-727-4808 ext. 132, gmorris@thebmi.org. Hampstead Hill: Hampstead Hill Association meets on the second Thursday of each month. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, June 14 at 6 p.m. at Hampstead Hill Academy, 500 S. Linwood Avenue, in the library. Pizza will be served. Info: Jean Pula 410-370-2644, jppula@gmail.com. Little Italy Bus Trips: The St. Anthony Society of St. Leo’s sponsors a trip to CONTINUED ON PAGE 12

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Open 4-9pm M-F, 2-9pm Sat & Sun

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11

Shady Maple Smorgasbord (East Earl, PA) and Sight & Sound Theatre (Lancaster PA), to see “Jonah” on Thursday, June 14, 7:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., $98/person. Info: Jerry Elliott 410-561-0199. The Little Italy Lodge #2286 has a trip to Bronx Little Italy, NY on Thursday, June 21, 7:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m., $35/person. Info: Sue Spinnato-Walmsley 443-6913046, John Kutz 410-952-2794. Calling All Writers: The Baltimore Science Fiction Society holds its Writers Circle, in which writers can receive constructive criticism of their sci-fi or fantasy work. Meetings are held the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at BSFS, 3310 E. Baltimore Street. The next will be June 14 and June 28. Info: www.bsfs.org.

Community Notebook...

Help the Homeless: The Church of St. Leo the Great in Little Italy is collecting toiletries for the homeless. Soap, shaving cream, deodorant, toothpaste, and toothbrushes. Drop off items at parish office, 227 S. Exeter Street. Adult Learning: Learning Is For Tomorrow (LIFT), 900 South East Avenue, has small-group classes in reading, writing, math, and life skills for adults (ages 16

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and over). Morning, evening and afternoon classes are held in the lower level of the former St. Brigid’s School. Classes for adults with learning difficulties, learning disabilities and learning challenges. Additionally, LIFT provides English writing and grammar instruction to the Deaf/Hard of Hearing community and literacy instruction for adults who are blind or have low vision. Info: 410-522-1705 or email joanne@liftbaltimore.org. Crime Prevention: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council holds COP walks. 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, June 6: Camden Crossing: meet at Washington Blvd & Scott St Thursday, June 7: West Federal Hill: meet at the post Office on Ostend St Monday, June 11: Lakeland: suspended until September Tuesday, June 12: Union Square: meet at W Lombard & S Stricker Sts Wednesday, June 13: 6:30 p.m., Carrollton Ridge: meet at the Samuel F. B. Morse Recreation Center, Pulaski & Ashton Sts

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Thursday, June 14: Sharp Leadenhall: meet at Sts Stephan & James, W Hamburg & S Hanover Sts Get Outta Town: There are gambling bus trips throughout the year to benefit the Sr. Julitta Siedlecka School for the Blind in Poland. Prices vary; call Gloria Weber, 410-276-1025 for details. Thursday, June 7: Atlantic City: Resorts Thursday, July 12: Hollywood Casino, Charlestown, W.Va.

Mark the Calendar....

Anniversary celebration: St. Rita Church in Dundalk will celebrate its 90th anniversary Sunday, June 17. Bishop Denis J. Madden will officiate at Mass at 11:15 a.m. followed by a buffet dinner at Dundalk Knights of Columbus Hall. Dinner tickets are $25. To reserve, call 410-2840388 ext. 25. Hearing on Fee Hike: The Baltimore City Department of Public Works will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 27 to review a recommended increase of 9.0% for water/sewer rates and fees for Baltimore City customers. This rate increase, if approved by the Board of Estimates, will raise the annual water and sewer bill for a family of four by approximately $97.


Prices Effective Thursday, June 7 thru Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Sale Prices Start 6:00 am every Thursday.

3800 E. Lombard St. • Highlandtown

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

DOUBLE COUPONS UP TO 99¢

Stock Your Freezers with SAVINGS!

Sanderson’s Split Chicken Breast

Santoni’s Lean Boneless Top Sirloin Steak

Boneless Pork Sirloin Chops

Santoni’s Lean Boneless NY Strip Steaks

Value Pack

USDA Inspected

Grillin’ Time

Family Pack

99

¢

Boneless Top Round Steak $3.99 Lb.

Lb.

3

$ 99

Lb.

Santoni’s Lean Top Round London Broil

Fresh Ground 80% Lean Ground Chuck

Family Pack

Family Pack

2

2

$ 99

Perdue Fresh Ground Chicken $2.99 Lb.

Lb.

Santoni’s Lean Boneless Bottom Round Roast

Kunzler Sliced Bacon

USDA Inspected

1 Lb. Pkgs.

$ 99

Lb.

6

$ 99

Lb.

2

$ 99

Lb.

1

$ 99

2

Essentials Everyday Instant Light Briquettes 6.7 Lb. Bag $3.99

$ 99

Lb.

Stock Your Freezers with 10 For $10.00’s Armour Lunchmakers 2.6-3.3 Oz.

Banquet Brown N’ Serve Sausage

6.4-7 Oz. Links/Patties

Bar S Smoked Sausage or Meat Franks

Berk’s Dutch Ham Steaks

Hot Pockets Selected Varieties

Ocean Market Fish Fillets

Oscar Mayer Sliced Bologna or Lil’ Oscars

Pierre Fast Bite Sandwiches

Shopper’s Value Pizza

Cooked Salad Shrimp

Selected 4 Oz.

2-12 Oz. Pkg.

12.99 Johnsonville Stadium Sausage 2/$6 Philly Frozen Beef Patties 4 Lb. Pkg.

13.5-14 Oz.

$

8-12 Oz. Pkg.

4.9-5.5 Oz. Pkgs.

Kunzler Meat Franks 16 Oz. Pkg.

Carolina Pride Bacon 12 Oz. Pkg.

5 Oz. Pkg.

Selected 5.25 Oz. Pkgs.

2/$4 2/$5

Frozen 4 Oz. Pkg.

Hatfield Ribs

Original BBQ 1.10 Lb.

Hatfield Scrapple 16 Oz. Pkg.

Oscar Mayer Complete Lunchables 11.4-14.7 Oz. $2.99 "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."

4 Oz. Pkgs.

5.99 $1.99 $


grocery

Prices Effective Thursday, June 7 thru Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Stock Your Pantry with 10 For $10.00’s Arm & Hammer Bumble Bee Chunk Fabric Softener Sheets Light Tuna Selected 40 Ct.

Oil/Waer 5 Oz. Cans

Richfood Black Olives 6 Oz.Cans 10/$10

Kellogg’s Cereal Cups

Kraft Velveeta & EZ Mac Cups

Selected 1.5-2.1 Oz.

Rice or Pata A-Roni

Selected 7.5 Oz.

Richfood Pasta

12-16 Oz. Pkgs. or Canned Pasta 14.5-15 Oz.

26-26.5 Oz. Cans

Richfood Tomatoes

Renuzit Adjustable Air Fresheners

Selected 1.9-2.19 Oz.

Del Monte Spaghetti Sauce

Homelife

Joy Dish Liquid

Snack Bags 50 Ct. Pkg. or Tomatoes 28 Oz. Cans, Paste Tall Kitchen Bags 15 Ct. 12 Oz. or Sauce or Puree 28 Oz. Cans

Richfood MW Popcorn

Selected 4.8-10.5 Oz.

Quaker Quakes

Angel Soft Bath Tissue

14 Oz. Btl.

4 Roll Pack

Richfood

Deer Park Spring Water

Apple Sauce 23-24 Oz. Jars or Snack Puddings 14 Oz.

4.3-7.2 Oz.

Kool-aid Kool Burst 6 Packs 10/$10

Nong Shim Bowl Noodle Soups 3.03 Oz. 10/$10

2 Liter Crush Flavors or 1 Liter Lipton Brisk 10/$10

Selected 3.0-3.52 Oz.

Gallon Jugs

Super Chill 3 Liter Sodas

Hanover Variety Beans

Assorted Flavors

15-15.5 Oz. Cans

Richfood SAVINGS

Clorox Bleach

Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna

23

27.8-34.5 Oz.

Selected 18 Oz. Bottles

24

Oil/Water 5 Oz. Cans

Folger’s Coffee

$

7.25 Oz.

8 Rolls

Selected 12 Oz. Cans

•BBQ Sauce

/$

•Squeeze Ketchup 20-24 Oz. Bottles 16 Oz. Bottles

! e c i o h C Your

88

¢

Apple & Eve Apple Juice

25 /$

64 Oz. Btls.

20 Ct..

3.79

$

2/$1

24 Ct.

5.99

24

$

14.5-15.5 Oz.

2.79

$

General Mills

Cheerios 8.9 Oz., Cinn. Tst. Crunch 12.8 Oz., Kix 8.7 Oz. or Trix 10.7 Oz.

12 Rolls

5.99

/$

$

Spam Luncheon Meat

$

Charmin Basic Bath Tissue

5 Oz.

Luzianne Tea Bags

Bounty Basic Paper Towels

Velveeta Cheesey Skillets

Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon

9.99

/$

Richfood Mac or Shells & Cheese

•Squeeze Mustard

Lil’ Hugs Assorted Cases

82-96 Oz.

/$

2 3

Kellogg’s Pop Tarts

1.99

Margaret Holmes Greens

12 Ct. Varieties or Mini Crisps 4.86 Oz.

Selected 27 Oz.

2.79

$

23 /$

24 /$

Kellogg’s

26 /$

Raisin Bran 20 Oz. or RB Cinn. Almond 14.5-20 Oz.

Richfood Vegetable Oil 24 Oz.

$

2.29

Kool-Aid Jammers

2/$5

Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice

2/$4

Selected 10 Pks.

8.5-8.8 Oz.

"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."


seafood

Prices Effective Thursday, June 7 thru Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Delicasea Lump Crab Meat

Frozen Snow Crab Legs USA

1 Lb. Container

Frozen Cooked Cocktail Shrimp

Produce Green or Red Seedless Grapes

Sweet Cherries

Imported

3.99

$ Lb.

2.99

$

Seedless Watermelon USA

Super Select Cucumbers USA

Coke Products 20 Packs

6.99

$

2.49

79¢ 69¢

1.99

Green Cabbage Sweet Grape 49¢ Lb.

1.69

$

1 Pint

USA

1.29

1.99

$

$

1.99 $2.99 $

Per Pkg.

Vidalia Onions 3 Lb. Bag

Lb.

Red or Green Leaf Lettuce

Tomatoes

Fresh Celery Hearts Lb.

Imported

$

Hd.

2.99

$

Red Cluster Tomatoes

10-12 Oz. Bags

California

$

Kraft Salad Dressings Selected 8 Oz. Btls. 10/$10

Dole Premium Classic Salads

Red or Black Plums

.

Ea.

1.29 Yellow or Green Squash $ 1.29 Eastern Romaine Lettuce $ USA

Hd.

USA

Lb.

NO ADD ON CONTAINER TAX AT SANTONI’S - WE LOVE OUR CUSTOMERS!

24/12 Oz. Cans

7.99

$

Old El Paso SAVINGS 8.7-19.2 Oz.

Athena Melons $2.99 Ea.

2/$5

Lb.

Pepsi CUBES

Old El Paso Dinner Kits

3 Oz. Pkg.

1 Lb. Container

Ea.

Beverages & Snacks

12 Oz. Cans

Driscoll Strawberries

1/2 Pint or 6 Oz. Cont.

Hd.

Nathan’s Smoked Sliced Salmon

Lb.

Sweet Blackberries or Driscoll Raspberries

USA

1.49

7.99

California

Cello Wrapped Head Lettuce

$

Super Sweet Blackberries 1/2 Pint $2.99

12.98

$

Lb.

$

41/50 Ct. Sold in 2 lb. bag

1.99

31/40 Ct. Sold in 2 Lb. Bag

7.99

10.99

$

$

$

EZ Peel White Raw Shrimp

25 /$

Canada Dry & Related Blends 2 Liter Btls.

1.09

$

Utz Potato Chips

Selected 10 Oz. Bags

26

Old El Paso Taco Shells 4.6-4.7 Oz.

Gatorade 8 Packs $5.99

/$

23 /$

XXL Tostitos

9-13 Oz. Bags

3.29

$

Tastykake Family Packs

FREE! Selected Varieties

Buy 1, Get 1...

Old El Paso Tortilla Shells 8.2-11 Oz.

"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.”

23 /$


Prices Effective Thursday, June 7 thru Wednesday, June 13, 2012

frozen & dairy

Stock Up with 10 For $10.00’s

3800 E. Lombard St. • Highlandtown

410-276-2990

El Monterey XXL Burritos

Santoni’s Of fers Many Ser vice s To Make Grocer y Shopping Easier For You!

Ore-Ida Crispy Fries

Richfood Bagels

4.25-4.75 Oz.

Selected 10 Oz.

Budget Gourmet Entrees

Selected 12 Oz. Pkgs.

Celeste Pizza For One

5.5-8 Oz. Pkgs.

5.5-7.2 Oz.

OPEN 24 HOURS The MD Lottery. Sit & Play at Our KENO Bar during your shopping trip!

Banquet Value Meals

Hanover Fresh Country Classics

6-10 Oz.

Selected 16 Oz.

Richfood Butter

2/$5

16 Oz. 1/4’s

2/$4

Eggo Waffles

Green’s Ice Cream Yogurts

2/$4

$

9.9-12.3 Oz.

25¢ 39 ¢

Pay your bills here with

EXPRESS BILL PAYMENT SERVICE! Pay Your

UTILITY BILLS Here!

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT

Offered Everday! $20.00 Minimum Purchase See Store For Details Manufacturer’s

DOUBLE COUPONS See Store For Details.

1.99

2 6 3/$5 /$

Gelatins 19.2-21 Oz. or Puddings 19.2-24 Oz. or

Richfood Biscuits

Selected 16 Oz.

Fresh Deli & Bakery

5.99

$

Esskay Meat Bologna

$

Rotisserie Chicken

Sweet Aloha Dinner Rolls

Graduation Timwe! Chocolate or Yello Decorated 1/4 Sheet Cake 30 Oz. $

VISIT OUR IN-STORE BANK

21.99

20 Oz. Loaf

Santoni’s Accepts:

2 4 $1.79 /$

$

Express Deli Yellow American Cheese

3.99

$

Lb.

3.39

Lb.

Selected 6 Oz.

Mrs. T’s Pierogies

12.84-16 Oz.

2/$5

Welch’s Juice Blends Green’s

LF Orange Cream or Fudge Bars 12 Pks.

Perdue Deli Slicing Turkey

Signature Virginia Smoked Ham

4.99

$

Esskay BBQ Loaf

$

4.49

$

Lb.

6.59

Lb.

Hormel Magnifico Hard or Genoa Salami

4 Ct. Pkg.

5.99

Sunday Morning Raisin Bread

8 Ct. Pkg.

Loaf

1.99

2.99

$

$

Schmidt’s BR King RT White or Whole Grain White Bread 20 Oz. Loaf

1.99

$

$

4.49

$

Store Baked Hot Dog or Hamburger Rolls

Lb.

Best Brand Muffins

28 Oz.

1.99

2/$4 $2.99

Selected 64 Oz..

Dawn 9” Pecan Rings

New Item!

$

2.49

2/$1

5/$10

8 Ct. Pkg.

Amazin’ In The Schmidt’s Raisin Bread Bread Aisle $

2/$4

16 Oz. 1/4’s

Esskay Cello Braunsweiger

Lb.

Dannon Traditional Yogurts

Land O’ Lakes Margarine

Lb.

3.99

Richfood Bar or Cheese Shredds

Selected 20 Oz.

6.99

$

Lb.

Selected 12 Oz.

Hot, Lean or Kemp’s Croissant Pockets Sherbet 8-12.5 Oz. Selected 54 Oz. $2.99

Simply Potatoes

$4.99 Ea. Jennie-O Deli Sliced Honey Turkey

Land O’ Lakes American Cheese

Pillsbury Cinnamon 7.3 Oz., Crescents 4 Oz. , Homestyle Biscuits 12 Oz. or Grands 5 Ct.

Selected 8 Oz.

Selected 48 Oz.

Jell-O RTE

Tropicana Orange Juice

Selected 5.3 Oz.

Borden Cheese Singles Selected 12 Oz.

Money Orders

Dannon Greek Yogurts

$

Glazed Donuts 12 Ct.

3.49

$

Jif Peanut Butter 17.3-18 Oz. Jars

2.99

$

"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."

5.99

Lb.


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2012

Sports

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7:45 p.m. Two women entered a dollar store, threatened a clerk with a knife and stole two packages of T-shirts. N. Belnord Avenue, unit block, May 28, 9:39 p.m. A man told police some teenagers had surrounded him while he was going through the trunk of his car, and had threatened him with a B.B. gun, then robbed him of $40 cash. Both suspects were arrested. Fait Avenue, 2700 block, May 27, 10:15 p.m. A man told police he was walking home from the store when two other men approached him and pulled a gun, then robbed him of his I.D., $200 cash and two packs of cigarettes. Holabird Avenue, 6100 block, May 27, 12:32 a.m. Two men walked into a convenience store, pulled a gun on the clerk and said, “Give me the money out of the register.” They fled with Newports and cash. N. Conkling Street, 100 block, May 27, 3:15 a.m. Two men told police three men had jumped them and had taken their phones and $50 cash. N. Rose Street, 500 block, May 23, 11 a.m. A woman told police her child’s father had argued with her, then tried to take her purse. When she held onto it, he damaged her TV, mirrors and a large painting.

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Police are seeking information from the public regarding two incidents in which men were shot to death. Those with information can contact the Baltimore Police Department’s Homicide Division at 410396-2100, or can anonymously contact Metro CrimeStoppers at 866-7-LOCKUP (866-756-2587). Text messages can also be sent to Metro CrimeStoppers by sending to CRIMES (274637) and then entering the message starting with MCS.

Police-involved shooting

Police are investigating an incident on Friday afternoon in which one man was shot and killed by police during a suspected burglary in Upper Fells Point. Police received a call regarding a burglary in progress, and responded around 1:10 p.m. to a house in the 400 block S. Chester Street near Holy Rosary Church. The officers saw two suspects inside the house, and fired on them. Stuart Fitzgerald, age 44, a resident of the 2900 block of Hollins Ferry Road near Lakeland Park, died of gunshot wounds. The other suspect fled the scene. Police have not yet revealed the name of the officer involved in the shooting. Reports revealed that Fitzgerald had an arrest record for crimes including assault, burglary and theft.

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Bicentennial celebration begins with a festival of sail Baltimore, as a seaport city, has known its share of ship-to-shore events. And while none of those events is more famous than the one that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the coming summer will feature plenty of action on the water and on the shore. The Star-Spangled Sailabration, the national launch of the three-year commemoration of the events of War of 1812, will feature an international parade of ships and seven days of free entertainment. Ship tours, an air show with the Blue Angels, fireworks, festivals, ceremonies and music will be featured. Mark the calendar now for the following events. Ships will arrive Wednesday, June 13, all day. From 5-7 p.m., the Navy’s elite parachute squad “Leap Frogs” will perform in Patterson Park. Naval Ceremonial Band and Welcome Ceremony: June 14, 11 a.m. is the kickoff

event with a U.S. Navy ceremonial band performance at the Harborplace Amphitheater. U.S. Navy, British and Canadian warships and tall ships from countries includ-

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Star-Spangled Air Show: On Saturday, June 16 and Sunday, June 17, from 1 – 4 p.m., there will be air shows from the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard. The featured act will be the Blue Angels, the U.S. Navy’s Flight Demonstration Squadron, and will take place over the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River. Public viewing locations include Fort McHenry, MedStar Harbor Hospital and Port Covington. There will also be a live broadcast of the air show on large LED screens in both the Inner Harbor and Fells Point. Aircraft Display and Festival: Saturday and Sunday, June 16 and 17, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Martin State Airport will host a StarSpangled Aircraft Display and Festival, featuring U.S. Navy, Maryland Air National Guard, and U.S. Coast Guard aircrafts, including an FA-18, E-2c Hawkeye and A-10 Thunderbolt. There will be food and beverage vendors and autograph opportunities with the Blue Angels following each air show.

200 Years of the Star-Spangled Celebration of the American Flag: Banner from 1812 to 9/11: At 2 p.m. that Following the air show on Saturday, June 16,

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at 6 p.m. Fort McHenry and the American Flag Foundation will host the Celebration of the American Flag event, complete with food, fireworks and live music. Star-Spangled Symphony: On Sunday, June 17 at 7 p.m. at the Meyerhoff Symphony The USS Fort McHenry will tie up at the North Locust Point piers near— you guessed it—Fort McHenry.

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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

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St. Johns Community 16 S. Patterson Park Avenue. Sunday 3:00 pm, Wed - Fri. 8:30 am. St. Cyril & Methodius at the Lemko Community 603 S. Ann Street 8:30 am. Wed - Fri. Lemko Chapel 603 S. Ann Street,5:00 pm. Saturday St. Vincent de Paul Church 120 N. Front Street Sat 7:15 PM, Midnight Mass, 12:15 AM; Sun 9:30 AM (sign-language interpreted, full choir) & 11:45 AM. CHURCH OF GOD East Baltimore Church of God 800 Oldham St, 410-327-0177 Sunday School 10am, Worship 11am & 6pm EASTERN ORTHODOX Saint Andrew (OCA) 2028 E. Lombard St., 410-276-3422 Sunday 9:30am Liturgy, 11am Church School EPISCOPAL Church Of The Resurrection 2900 E. Fayette St., 410-282-4944, Sunday 10am Church Of The Advent 1301 S. Charles Street, 410-539-7804 Mass Sunday 10am, Thurs 6:30pm Church Of The Redemption 1401 Towson St., 410-727-7695 Sunday School 9:45am, Worship 10am Old St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Corner Saratoga & Charles St • 410-685-3404 Sunday 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am GREEK ORTHODOX St Nicholas Greek Orthodox 520 Ponca Street, 410-633-5020 Sun 8:45 & 10am, Sunday School 10:30am INDEPENDENT Epic Church 1301 Ellwood Ave, 443-632-4104 Sunday 11am & 7pm JEWISH The Center for Dowtown Judaism at B’nai Israel 27 Lloyd Street 410-732-5454 Friday night (varies according to sundown) Saturday & Sunday 10am LUTHERAN Christ Lutheran 701 S. Charles St, 410-752-7179 Sunday 8:30 & 11am

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2012 Martini Lutheran 100 W. Henrietta Street 410-752-7817 Sunday School 9:45, Worship 11am Saint Stephen & James Lutheran 938 S. Hanover St., 410-547-1964 Sunday 10am Salem Lutheran Church 1530 Battery Ave. 410-576-0487 Sunday 10am Luther Memorial 5401 Eastern Ave 410-633-8967 Sunday - 9:30am Messiah Lutheran Church 1025 S. Potomac St., 410-342-4543 Sunday Service 10:30am

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Family fishing fun all this week by MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@baltimoreguide.com

Isn’t it time for kids to get hooked on a new hobby? Just in time for summer, there’s a family fun fishing festival in the park. The fest will take place on Saturday, June 9 in the Patterson Park Boat Lake. Hours are 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The boat lake is stocked for the summer, and bass, bluegill and trout await kids. Other fish, including perch, have also been sighted. The Boat Lake is also a prime bird-watching spot so bring some bread for the ducks and geese (and whatever else might fly or paddle by). The festival is free to the public. It’s designed for kids, but everyone is welcome. BYO rod and tackle, or borrow one of a limited number of poles.There will also be games to play and crafts to take home. Can’t get enough of the hook, line and sinker? Here’s some more good news: On the first Thursday of each month from now through October, there’s free catch-

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and-release Family Fun Fishing nights at the boat lake from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. The next is Thursday, June 7. As with all fishing activities at the Boat Lake, participants are welcome to bring their own fishing tackle, or borrow one of the park’s loaners. Bait is provided. Info on both programs is available by calling Mark Burke at 410-396-9392. (Weather cancellation info: 410-3967078).

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BALTIMORE DUNDALK BC7794291 Harbor BA7788104 Lg duplex View EOG w/ 3BR & 1.5 bath, lrg boasts hrdwd flrs and recent covered front & rear porch and patio, wtow carpeting, an updated Spacious kit w/ updated cabinets, kit w/light Maple cabinets, fenced rear yard, fully finished LL w/ repl windows thruout (2004), family rm. Additional space across the alley belongs to the house & has Trex deck(2005), recoated a shed plus room for parking. 1 year old roof. 3% roof(2009), fenced rear yard w/ parking pad & Seller help with acceptable offer. more! Seller is offering a 1 yr home warranty!

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24 The Baltimore Guide

Wednesday, JUNE 6, 2012

simir Pari a C . t S Festival sh

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June 7 -10, 2012 Kenwood Ave & O’Donnell St June 7 7-10pm June 8 7-11pm June 9 6-11pm June 10 1-5pm

Classic Car Show

Music By DJ Chuck Koros

Sunday 1 to 4 PM

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Happy Father’s Day “Providing Security and Peace of Mind for Generations.”

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Baltimore Guide - June 6, 2012