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Something brewing at Haussner's? Fabled restaurant, closed since 1999, could become a microbrewery

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The big ball of string is no more, and gone are the oversize paintings, the stag bar in the basement and the strawberry pie in the pastry case. But there might be diners back in the old Haussner’s building if Stephen Demczuk has his way. Demczuk is founder and president of Baltimore-Washington Beer Works and is eyeing the property at the corner of Eastern Avenue and Clinton Street as a possible location for his brewery, bar and restaurant, tentatively called The Raven Brewery and Pub. Demczuk already produces The Raven Special Lager, a craft beer served in various establishments around town. Right now, that beer is being produced at Clipper City Brewing Company, but demand for Clipper City is growing, and so is demand for The Raven, so Demczuk has been looking at properties around town. And after checking out the way-tooexpensive options in the county, including Towson and Timonium, Demczuk has turned his attention back to the city.

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Haussner’s attracted a crowd during its closing weekend in September 1999. Perhaps a microbrew-pub can bring the crowds back to Highlandtown.

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If I ruled the city Kids sound off on Baltimore’s problems and solutions BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

What would you do if you were Mayor of Baltimore? That’s the question that fourth graders at three Eastside elementary schools were asked to ponder in an essay contest sponsored by Councilman Jim Kraft’s office and the CityLit Project. There were all kinds of ideas—some self-interested—“Fix the heaters in the schools!” and some altruistic. For instance, organizing bake sales to feed the homeless, or giving teachers and janitors a raise. “I was really impressed by the acrossthe-board level of awareness of certain issues,” said Gregg Wilhelm, executive

director of CityLit. “There were common threads like pollution, littering, violence, and jobs—things that I think are pretty current in the lives of all of us.” The contest, which had more than 60 entries, was judged by neighborhood volunteers from community associations and CityLit. Lead judge was Elissa Brent Wiseman, author of children’s books and a CityLit board member. “Contests like this help kids become great writers, thinkers and community leaders.” Wilhelm said that the judges were looking for ideas both creative and practi-

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So what’s his favorite of 60 years of shooting? “I don’t know,” he says. “A lot of them. I like that tugboat on Boston Street.” The “tugboat on Boston Street” (shown at left) is an evocative shot of a tugboat hand headed to work. Scilipoti took the picture in the 1950s sometime—he doesn’t remember exactly when. The tugboat dock was near the corner of Boston and Aliceanna streets, where the North Shore development is now. “I took that shot with a four-by-five (a largeformat camera)” he laughs. “Lugging that thing around gave me arthritis in my right shoulder.” Scilipoti is officially retired now—he closed Thomas Studio after suffering a heart attack in 1996—but still shooting for fun. Among the shots in the show are a picture of St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church at sunset, and a Snowmageddon scene of Bank Street taken two winters ago. “I shot that out of the front door of my house,” he says, pointing out the lacy tracery of trees bending over the street under the weight of the snow. “I couldn’t get anywhere else to shoot.” Next question: Scilipoti’s show continues at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Avenue, through July 9. All of the photos are for sale. Prices range from $75-$175, matted and framed.

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Six decades of looking at Baltimore through a camera lens Looking for a little culture? The Big Show, which features all kinds of art from all kinds of artists, is open at the Creative Alliance, Eastern and East avenues, through July 23. And if you head up the stairs off the lobby to the second floor, you can see photos from the long and distinguished career of Thomas Carmel Scilipoti, through July 9. Scilipoti was born and raised in Little Italy, and moved all the way to Holy Rosary Parish as a grownup. He owned and operated Thomas Studio on Eastern Avenue in Fells Point for more than 30 years, from 1964 to 1996, and shot the school photographs of just about every student in every parochial school on the Eastside during that time. He also found the time to shoot events large and small for The Baltimore Guide. Among the photos he has in his current show at the Creative Alliance are pictures of President John F. Kennedy speaking in Patterson Park; a man unloading a banana boat when the Inner Harbor was a working port; deckhands atop the yardarms on a tall ship coming in to harbor; Orioles centerfielder Paul Blair catching the last out of the 1966 World Series; and speaking of baseball, a shot of Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford and several other Yankees relaxing at the bar at Roma’s.

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Our Opinions and Yours plaints and she has put forth diligent ef- and the news media reporting that our fort to help ensure that our students were city schools need to do something to “good neighbors” to the community. Ms. prevent the spiral of drop outs of our Stewart played just a small part in Ms. students. Yes, in educating our youth, D’Anna’s overall community response. we have a long way to go, but I can tell As far as the data goes for Patterson; you one thing, Patterson has had one of low attendance, low test scores, etc. I the largest groups of graduating seniors feel that we represent just the tip of the for years running. So, we must be doing iceberg of data for all city schools. At- something right. Association, that Ms. Chris Stewart was tendance is falling at other city high Sincerely, given responsibility for the discipline at school, as evidenced by Dr. Grasmick Barbara Sullivan our school and because her single-handed effort, the school, in Mr. Overby’s estimation, was 90% better. That is a blatant Thanks for keeping the flag flying error and misconception on Mr. Overby’s part. Our principal, Ms. D’Anna, Thanks to everyone who has helped Editor, The Guide: has never relinquished discipline to Ms. to keep the flag over I-95. It is good I wish to thank the editor for printStewart, who is an administrator at large ing my letter asking for donations of to know there are so many patriotic at Patterson. American flags to fly on the walkridge people in Baltimore. As part of the school’s administraKeeper of the flag. over I-95 near Eastern Avenue. tive team, Ms. Stewart was asked by Jerry Makowiecki I also wish to thank everyone who Ms. D’Anna to periodically go into the Eastwood has donated a flag or flags to keep Old neighborhood to make sure that none of All letters to the editor must be signed Glory in the public’s eye every time our students were loitering or bothering (no anonymous or “concerned citizen” they go up or down I-95. I now have our neighbors in the Bayview commuletters will be printed). Send to: editor@ enough flags even if I changed them baltimoreguide.com, fax to 410-732nity. It has always been a priority on Ms. every thre months due to weather, etc., 6604, or mail to Editor, The Baltimore D’Anna’s part to respond to the neighfor at least two years. borhood complaints. She has sent our Guide, 526 S. Conkling Street, BaltiI also got calls from Maine to Vir- more, MD 21224. Letters must include School Resource Officers to investigate ginia about the flag. The response was sender’s daytime phone number and whenever we received a compliant (we overwhelming which I appreciated, address (for verification purposes only, keep a log of neighbor’s calls in the ofand will not need any more flags for not for printing). The Guide reserves the fice and respond to them.) Ms. D’Anna right to edit all letters. the time being. has attended community meetings to hear and respond to neighborhood com-

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Yaritza Guzman, on left, was the recipient of a four-year scholarship to Towson University, courtesy of the Exchange Club of Highlandtown and Canton. Yaritza, who had a 4.0 average at Patterson, and is a member of the National Honor Society, will study for a B.A. in nursing, and hopes to become a surgical nurse. While at Patterson she served in the Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights tutoring program, volunteered at Our Daily Bread, took part in the Our Lady of Pompei Pilgrimage, and volunteered for the Maryland Special Olympics. She also found time to play varsity soccer, lacrosse and volleyball at Patterson, and served an internship at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Exchange Club scholarship is for $1,000 a year. Exchangite Will Wilcox, right, made the presentation. Yaritza was accompanied by her mother, Agustina Guzman. The Exchange Club also honored member Kevin Koenig for his service to the club, and Baltimore Guide editor Jacqueline Watts with the Book of Golden Deeds Award for her community activism .


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2:45 a.m. Police responded to the report of an aggravated assault and found a man on the ground bleeding from facial wounds. The man and his friends told police they were standing around when a group of men jumped out of a pickup and started beating the first man with sticks and baseball bats, then fled. The truck was later located with the weapons inside it. Police will continue to follow up. Fairmount Avenue, 2100 block, June 25, 10 p.m. A teenager told police he was attacked and stabbed by a man he did not know. Eastern Avenue, 1300 block, June 24, 11:15 a.m. A man told police he had just started working at a car wash when his employer came in, allowed another man into the premises, then locked the door, then beat him and another employee, repeatedly asking, “Where’s the bike you took?” and “I want my bike back.” The victim denied any knowledge of a bike. The suspects stripped the man of his shirt, pushed him out on the street and locked the doors. Police will follow up. S. Bouldin Street, 300 block, June 23, 7:30 p.m. Police responded to an assault in progress, and found a man and woman screaming at one another. A nearby woman told police the man had assaulted the woman, grabbing her and biting her. The suspect was arrested and the woman was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Gough Street, 1500 block, June 21, 8 p.m. A 12-year-old boy told police he had been stabbed by a juvenile of approximately 11 years of age. It was revealed the 12 year old had been out with a friend when they had taken a basketball away from two other juveniles, and that one of those had brought back his older brother, who attacked him. S. Ponca Street, 700 block, June 20, 7:30 p.m. A man told police he had been attacked by a suspect he knew only as “Britney’s baby daddy” who had tried to run him over with an Infiniti sedan. The man told police he did not know why “Britney’s baby daddy” would do this. E. Lombard Street, 3800 block, June 19, 12:20 a.m. Police responded to a CONTINUED ON PAGE 19

African American Fest this weekend The next festival of the summer season rolls into South Baltimore this weekend, as does everything else, it seems. The African-American Festival runs Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3 at M&T Bank Stadium, on Lots B&C between Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The festival’s hours are noon-10 p.m. on Saturday, and noon-9 p.m. on Sunday. There is no admission charge, but those in the area should be prepared for increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic. The festival’s website, www.africanamericanfestival.net, defines the event as “a celebration of AfricanAmerican life, music and culture,” and goes on to state, “This family-oriented event is filled with celebrity artists and entertainers, children’s activities, arts,

history, education, financial literacy, health and wellness and more.” The festival will have live entertainment, including a choir competition, basketball challenges, a film festival and more. There are expected to be upwards of 150 vendors as well as children’s activities. Information on the festival is available at the website, by calling 410244-8861, or e-mailing info@africanamericanfestival.net. Other festivals and events planned for 2011 include the following: Caribbean Carnival Festival will be held in Clifton Park on July 8, 9 and 10. Hours on Friday are 4 p.m.9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from noon-9 p.m. Info: www.bop.org. Admission charge.


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By Andrew Mindzak If you experienced any sort of a power Reds’ second baseman Brandon Philoutage on Saturday night, that’s probably lips hit an RBI single to end the scoring. because all of the power was being used The power surge wasn’t quite over yet. at Camden Yards. The Orioles faced off The Reds brought in reliever Aroldis against the Cincinnati Reds and eventu- Chapman to pitch the ninth, and more ally fell 10-5, but the teams combined to fireworks ensued. Chapman struck out hit a season-high nine home runs over Matt Wieters to open the ninth with a 101 the course of the game, giving the robust MPH fastball. The crowd was buzzing crowd of 38,976 a game to remember. once that reading came up on the scoreAll I can say is thank goodness Chris board. After all, it’s not everyday Berman wasn’t announcing the game and you see someone throw over 100 MPH. we didn’t have to listen to his annoying Chapman then got slugger Mark Reyn“backbackback” calls that he throws out olds to strike out swinging, and then with for every home run like he does during an 0-2 count on Robert Andino, gassed the HR Derby. Let’s just say every year in up another fastball at 101 MPH to end the my Thanksgiving prayer, I make sure to game as Andino went down swinging. include the mute button among the things The Orioles might have lost that game, I’m thankful for. But I digress…. but the took two of three from the Reds. The game started off well for the O’s as All in all, 16 home runs were hit during Adam Jones started the home run derby this series, with the Orioles hitting nine as he took Reds’ starter Bronson Arroyo of them. Nick Markakis extended his hitdeep in the bottom of the first inning. ting streak to 16 games, stroking three The lead would be short lived as Jonny hits during the Orioles win on Sunday. Gomes knocked out a fat, juicy Brian Some not-so-good news is that starter Matusz pitch in the second inning, and then reigning MVP Joey Votto hit a threerun homer to put Cincy up 4-1. Nick Markakis helped get some runs back as he hit a two-run shot in the bottom of the third, and then Matt Wieters jacked a solo in the fourth to tie the game Since 1970 at four apiece. The score would not remain tied for 415 S. HIGHLAND AVE. long, however. Votto went yard again, 410-327-4006 as he hit a two-run shot in the top of the fifth. Scott Rolen added another two run Open 4-9pm M-F, 2-9pm Sat & Sun homer in the top of the seventh before Baltimore’s J.J. Hardy joined in on the derby with a solo shot in the seventh. open at ial12pm everyday Drew Stubbs hit the longest home run of Spec the game in the eighth inning, over 430beginning may 31 feet to center field to end the home run hitting contest.

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Open Art: The Art Gallery of Fells Point, a non-profit artists’ cooperative, 1716 Thames Street, has a new exhibit with oils by Lynda Sebastianelli running now through Sunday, July 24, with a free reception on Friday, July 1, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Info: 410-327-1272, www.fellspointgallery.org. Image courtesy of The Art Gallery of Fells Point. July 4 Holiday: Monday, July 4 is a holiday in Baltimore City. Trash, recycling and bulk trash will not be picked up, and city offices will be closed. Parking meters do not need to be fed, but all posted parking regulations need to be observed. Note: Be aware that because of special events in the city, there will be more pedestrian traffic, more motor vehicle traffic, and perhaps parking or trafic pattern changes. Info: 311 Guide Offices: The offices of The Baltimore Guide will be closed on Monday, July 4. Community Calendar items can be mailed to The Baltimore Guide at 526 S. Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD 21224, faxed to 410732-6604, 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 29

Soccer in the Park: There’s women and girls’ pick-up soccer on Wednesdays from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. outside the Patterson Park Rec Center (inside the park at the intersection of Baltimore and Luzerne). Put on your shoes and some sports clothing and play. Free and open to all levels, ages 10 and up. Info: 410-276-3676, katie@pattersonpark.com.

Thursday, June 30

Bar Crawl: Residents of Federal Hill should be aware of a bar crawl in the area on Thursday, June 30, 5 p.m.-midnight, and should be ready for increased pedestrian traffic and more crowded parking conditions. Info: contact@ lindypromo.com. Commute by Bike: There is a Bike 101 Commuter Workshop on Thursday, June 30, 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at Harbor East, 650 South Exeter Street in the 7th Floor Courtyard. Info: Beth@WaterfrontPartnership.org. Family Fishing Fun: Every Thursday in June, there’s free catch-and-release Family Fun Fishing nights at the boat lake in Patterson Park, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. The next is Thursday, June 30. BYO fishing tackle or borrow a loaner. Bait is provided. Info: Mark Burke 410-396-9392. (Weather cancellation info: 410-396-7078).

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Open Art: The Art Gallery of Fells Point, a non-profit artists’ cooperative, 1716 Thames Street, has a new exhibit with oils by Lynda Sebastianelli running through Sunday, July 24, with a free reception on Friday, July 1, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Info: 410-327-1272, www.fellspointgallery.org. Yoga! There’s “Bilingual Yoga for beginners” on Fridays, 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. outside the Virginia S. Baker Rec Center (inside the

park at the intersection of Baltimore and Luzerne). Come and practice yoga and Spanish at the same time. $5/adults (kids can try for free). On Saturdays, 9 a.m.-10 a.m., there’s free yoga at Pagoda Hill.. BYO yoga mat and come ready to get energized.

Cinema Al Fresco: Little Italy holds its 15th annual open air movie festival on Fridays in July and August at the corner of High and Stiles streets. Live music begins at 7 p.m. and movies start at 9 p.m. Free popcorn, BYO lawn chair. July 1: Moonstruck July 8: Falling in Love Bus Trips: A bus trip to benefit Sr. Julitta’s Children’s School for the Blind in Izabellin, Poland in held on Thursday, June 30. On Thursday, July 7, another goes to Perryville, Maryland. Info/tickets: 410276-1025. 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, June 22, Monday, July 4, Riverside/SBNA, meet at the Riverside Park Gazebo, E RandallSt and Riverside Ave Tuesday, July 5, New Southwest Mt. Clare, meet at the Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church, 1616 Wilkens Ave Wednesday, July 6, Camden Crossing, meet at Washington Blvd and Scott St Thursday, July 7, West Federal Hill, meet at the post office on Ostend St Feasts and Roasts: Sacred Heart of Mary Church-Dundalk, holds a crab feast on Sunday, July 10, 1 p.m.6 p.m. in the Msgr. Parks Hall, $40/ person. Info: 410-633-2828, nfell@ shmparish.org.

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Canton Dog Park: There’s a clean-up of the Canton Dog Park, Clinton and Toone streets on Saturday, July 2 at 10 a.m. Clean-ups are held the first Saturday of each month. There’s a monthly dog park meeting at Canton Cove, 2901 Boston Street, in the conference room, on Tuesday, July 12, 7 p.m. Info: www.cantondogpark.org, info@cantondogpark.org.more.

Monday, July 4

Dundalk Parade: The 77th Annual Dundalk Heritage Parade is Monday, July 4, 8:15 a.m., beginning from Logan Village Shopping Center. The theme is “A Star Spangled Town.” Info: Patricia Herman 410-285-4550, DundalkParade@comcast.net. Run for Freedom: The Dundalk Heritage Independence 6K is held on Monday, July 4, 7 a.m., starting from CCBC Dundalk, and will follow the parade route just prior to the parade itself. $30 through July 3, $35 on race day. Info/ registration: Kelly Dees at www.charmcityrun. com, Kelly@charmcityrun.com, 410-308-8170, www.baltimorewomensclassic.com Pets On Parade: On Monday, July 4, the American Visionary Art Museum hasAVAM’s Visionary Pets On Parade with registration at 9:30 am. and parade at 10 a.m. Free. Trophies awarded Pets of all kinds are welcome but must be leashed or carried. Water and baggies provided. Museum open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Monday, July 4.

Tuesday, July 5

Greektown: Greektown CDC meets on Tuesday, July 5, 6:30 p.m. at St. Nicholas Greek Church, 520 S. Ponca Street. Info: Lois/Jason 410-327-3306.

Wednesday, July 6

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, July 6.

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Celebrate The Theater: Fells Point Corner Theater, 251 S. Ann St., is kicking off the Baltimore Playwrights Festival with “The Sculptress” by Marilyn Millstone. Tickets are $12. The play runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, July 8-31, with the exception of July 2223. Info: fpct.org, 410-276-7837. Arty Volunteers: Artscape needs volunteers and has more than 30 volunteer opportunities

Pets get patriotic at the AVAM on the Fourth. See the entry, left. Photo courtesy of AVAM available. Volunteers receive free parking, refreshments and an official 30th Artscape t-shirt. The deadline to sign up is Thursday, June 30. Artscape is Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 15, 16 and 17 on Mt. Royal Avenue and N. Charles Street. Must be 18 and up. Info: www.MyVolunteerPage.com. The Big Picture: Artists 18 and up are

encouraged to apply for projects that are part of the Baltimore Mural Program. Sites are 436 E. Lafayette Avenue, 416 Monroe Street or 1940 Druid Hill Avenue. Application deadline is July 8 (for Lafayette and Monroe sites) and July 15 (for Druid Hill). Info: 410-752-8632, www.promotionandarts.com.

Gentlemen, start your turtles Fear the Turtle: The 71st annual Chesapeake Turtle Derby will be held in Patterson Park near the Pulaski Monument at Linwood and Eastern avenues on Saturday, July 9, 11 a.m. In the event of rain, festivities will be held at the Mimi diPietro Family Skating Center, near the tennis courts. Mark the calendars and tune up your turtles. No snapping turtles allowed. Box turtles, large tortoises and all other turtles will be eligible to race. For all information, call Turtle Central at 410-396-6136 or e-mail Robert.Wall@baltimorecity.gov. Photo by Anna Santana


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What you notice when you walk into Scooters, the crab shack and seafood carryout at 1611 Bank Street, is what you don’t notice. Scooters does not smell like fish. The only scent is the clean scent of Old Bay. That is quite an accomplishment for a seafood carryout that specializes in steamed crabs. Scooters is owned and operated by the same family that had Scooters in Elkridge, the restaurant, bar and banquet hall. It was popular and successful, but then the building was sold out from under them. “The place in Elkridge was sold; we didn’t own the building,” said Ruth Kaitis Lurz, daughter of the restaurant’s founder, Jimmy Kaitis. “But Dad owned the property here in Fells Point, so we did a complete build-out. We basically started over.”

The renovation was comprehensive. The front of the building has fresh stucco. There is a bright blue awning out front, and the interior is agreeably decorated with Crab House Kitsch with Billy Bob Bass plaques. There are also some Greek village scenes, Polish costume dolls, clippings and plaques and ancestral photos. Scooters has always been famous for steamed crabs. The folks in Elkridge were devoted to them, and Mr. Jimmy takes a truck down there most weekends to sell. “We had lots of regulars in Elkridge, and they miss us,” said Ruth. Some of them have followed Scooters to Fells Point, which Ruth finds touching. “It’s so meaningful to see them,” she said. “And they call and say ‘we’re coming down.’” If they don’t come up for the steamed crabs, they come for the $32.95 “Maryland Pride,” a one-pound crabcake loaf stuffed with shrimp. It’s big enough for two. For the

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Junior Pride, a mere half-pound of crustacean delight, it’s $18.95. We tried Captain Jimmy’s Seafood Combo, a platter of broiled flounder, scallops, crab balls and shrimp, for $18.95— good seafood for a great price. For variety we tried the Greek salad (large, $9.95), which was very tasty, and had stuffed grape leaves on top for a bonus, plenty of feta

cheese, and ripe tomatoes. The Italian cold cut sub ($5.95) was an overstuffed roll of salami, ham, cappicola and other meats. There was no lettuce or tomato, so order those if you want them. We didn’t get the crabs, but we know plenty of people who have tried them. Victor Corbin, president of the Fells Prospect Community Association, says “I love the crabs. They steam red potatoes and corn with the crabs and they are yummy—great with the mustard from the crabs.” His friend Ms. Jeanne is devoted to the hamburgers, which are large, charbroiled and downright cheap ($6.50). He also likes the red velvet cheesecake and the rice pudding. Scooters sells steamed crabs by the dozen or by the bushel. When we visited medium males and large females were $25 a dozen. Bottom line: if you are looking for steamed crabs, shrimp, fish, burgers or subs well-cooked from an immaculate kitchen, Scooters might be the place for you. Scooters, 1611 Bank Street, Upper Fells Point, is open Mondays through Saturdays, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Call ahead, 410-675-6040, for market prices on crabs and pounds of steamed shrimp.

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Times were (and here we’re talking about a long time ago), you used to have to go to Memorial Stadium to get a good view of the Fourth of July fireworks in Baltimore. First you had a great O’s game, and then what seemed like an interminable period of performances by local bands. (Pity those last few performers, too; they had to put up with a rowdy crowd chanting “Fireworks! Fireworks!” until they gave up and ceded the field to the pyrotechnicians). These days, Baltimoreans can pull up a patch of sidewalk or waterfront if they want to see the fireworks. And while there’s plenty of free entertainment to be had (the Inner Harbor’s show starts at noon), you have your choice of whether or not to attend those. By the way, for those who want to mosey on over to the Inner Harbor, there is children’s entertainment all afternoon. At the Inner Harbor West Shore Park, the Magic and Comedy of Jason Moffett runs at noon and 2 p.m., and the music group Milkshake plays at 1 p.m. and 1 p.m. At 4 p.m., military bands take over at the inner Harbor Amphitheatre, including the Pennsylvania Air National Guard Band and the U.S. Naval Academy’s Electric Brigade. But who are we kidding? You really want to see fireworks. (You’re probably chanting it right now, aren’t you?) Those start at 9:30 p.m. and will be backed by music.

FELLS POINT Fells Point is pretty much all about the water views; it was, after all, a port destination. Broadway Pier is a prime spot for gathering to watch, as is the area surrounding Living Classrooms (which, depending upon your definition, might be Harbor East or Fells Point), or the Ann Street pier. All that and great shopping. How can you go wrong? Something to look forward to once the fireworks have gone dark? Free films in Fells each Wednesday. All shows start at dusk (8:45 p.m.) in July and August at the end of the Broadway Pier on a big screen in Blu-Ray. BYO lawn or beach chair, and blanket, bug spray, etc. Info: July 6: The Fighter July 13: The Social Network July 20: Ironman 2 July 27: Get Him to the Greek

Aug. 3: Takers Aug. 10: Let Me In Aug. 17: Twilight: Eclipse Aug. 24: Black Swan. Parking Tip: Caroline Street Garage, 805 S. Caroline Street. Parking fees are as follows: Monday-Friday, 5 p.m.-5 a.m., $3 Saturday, 6 a.m.-5 a.m., $3 Sunday, 6 a.m.-5 a.m., $ 24-hour rate: $10 Note: Above rates do not apply during special events parking. But do we really need to keep saying this? Don’t bother driving. Walk or take transit. In addition to the Circulator, there’s The Water Taxi and the MTA. If you drive, you’ll have to cope with increased traffic, decreased parking, lots of pedestrians and more.

HARBOR EAST Harbor East has some prime waterfront viewing. The Promenade stretches all the way from around the Marriott down past the Four Seasons and in front of Spinnaker Bay. A block or so past that, it becomes Lancaster Street, which also affords some great fireworks views. Don’t miss the

So the question becomes this: Where are the best places to see the great pyrotechnics? Well, if you have a rooftop deck, that’s always a good start. If your friend has one, that’s great too. But for plain old ground-level viewing, you can’t do much better than Harbor East, Little Italy and Fells Point. All are within walking distance of the entertainment, and all are rich with restaurants, bars and other places to grab a quick meal or a cold drink in time for the festivities.

LITTLE ITALY Little Italy: Let’s face it: You can’t go wrong for eating, drinking or just plain wandering the streets. Take in a bocce match and just soak up the ambience. The foot of Albemarle Street and the area around Scarlett Place are both great spots for catching the fireworks show afterwards. If you want to make a weekend of it in Little Italy, start marking your calendar for the neighborhood’s 15th annual open air movie festival on Fridays in July and August at the corner of High and Stiles streets. Live music begins at 7 p.m. and movies start at 9 p.m. Free popcorn, BYO lawn chair. July 1: Moonstruck July 8: Falling in Love July 15: No Reservations July 22: After the Fox July 29: On the Town Aug. 5: The Tourist (PG-13) Aug. 12: Nine Aug. 19: The Secret of Santa Vittoria Aug. 26: Cinema Paradiso

people-watching, either. There are multiple pay parking lots at the hotels and many businesses in Harbor East, but for those who want to take a ride without the parking hassles, there’s always the free Charm City Circulator: *The Charm City Circulator has a stop in Harbor

Want to park in Little Italy? Here are your options, courtesy of www.littleitaly.md.com: *Free street parking: 3-hour limit *Pratt Street: Free after 6 p.m. *Several restaurants offer valet and/or free parking in their private lots *Little Italy Garage Bank/Exeter Streets (pay) *President Street/Eastern Ave. surface lot (pay) *Eastern Avenue/Albemarle Street surface lot (pay) *Dodge Garage (indoor multi-level), President/Pratt Streets (pay) *Fleet/Eden Streets Garage (indoor multilevel) (pay) *The Charm City Circulator has a stop in Little Italy on S. Central Avenue and Bank Street (on the Orange route) and in Harbor East Circle several blocks away. Click here to view the shuttle’s Orange Route: http:// www.charmcitycirculator.com/content/ route-maps#.

East (on the Orange route) at Harbor East Circle (stop no. 224), or nearby Central Avenue (stop no. 225) or Little Italy (see information about this neighborhood, adjacent to this article). Click here to view the shuttle’s full Orange Route: http://www.charmcitycirculator.com/ content/route-maps#.


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Neighborhood Watch

South Baltimore Neighborhood Watch is a representative sampling, not a comprehensive listing, of crimes reported to the Southern District of the Baltimore Police Department. This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts Robbery 800 block Hollins St., Thursday, June 23, 4:45 p.m.: Gunmen carjjacked a

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June 20, 9:25 p.m.: A man was at home watching television when two men broke into his house and assaulted him. Medics treated the man for stab wounds to his leg and a cut above his eye. 300 block S. Wooodyear St., Wednesday, June 22, 7:03 a.m.: A woman hit her boyfriend during an argument, and as he put his hands up to keep her from hitting him again, she set her dog Sunboy on him. Sunboy bit the man on his left arm and thigh. Medics treated the man for the bites, Sunboy was taken to the animal shelter for a 10-day quarantine, and the woman was carted off to jail. Burglary Unit block E. Heath St., Sunday, June 19, 11:19 p.m.: Two women argued, and one kicked the victim’s front door open and stole the victim’s dog. 1800 block W. Pratt St., Monday, June 20, 6:50 p.m.: A man climbed up the fire escape in an attempt to break in. But the tenant was home and saw him and the suspect ran away. 1900 block Wilkens Ave., Wednesday, June 22, 4 p.m.: Someone kicked in the door of a vacant house. Nothing was reported stolen. 1600 block Belt St., Saturday, June 25, midnight: Someone broke into a house

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through the unlocked kitchen window. Nothing was reported stolen. Larceny 1700 block Hollins St., Monday, June 20, 8 p.m.: Someone stole the trash cans from the yard of a house. 1000 block S. Hanover St., Wednesday, June 22, 9:50 p.m.: A woman in a convenience store was asked for directions, and she put her car keys, mobile phone and wallet on the counter and gave the directions. When she returned to the counter her cell phone was gone. 2700 block Port Covington Dr., Friday, June 24, 10:35 a.m.: Someone stole signs from a store. 1100 block Light St., Friday, June 24, 4:45 p.m.: A cell phone was stolen from a cigar shop. Unit block E. Barney St., Friday, June 24, 8 p.m.: Someone stole the glass sunroof from a parked car. 1800 block S. Charles St., Saturday, June 25, 1:30 a.m.: Someone stole the patio furniture from a back yard. Stolen from various parked cars in various places: Seven GPS, two iPods, one pair of sunglasses and some sporting goods. Police continue to suggest that people remove their belongings from their parked carse before some thief does.

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THE WINNERS: First overall: Killeanna Kangelidis, John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School Second overall: Allen Michael Ferrare, John Ruhrah; Third overall: Monica Lemus, John Ruhrah Highlandtown Elementary/Middle School #215 winner: Darius Riley Holabird Academy wnner: Ethan Ayres John Ruhrah winner: Jayleen Vilchis The winners’ essays are printed in their entirety on the Guide’s website (www. baltimoreguide.com); here are a few notes in the meantime: First Place Overall: Kilieanna Kangelidis, John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School

I would provide food and homes for the homeless. I would do that by building buildings and asking people to join in. I would also ask restaurants to provide

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breakfast, lunch and dinner for free. This might make homeless people like there are people out there that care about them. Everyone should feel that way once in a while.

Second Place Overall: Allen-Michael Ferrare, John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School

I would start a program to clean for people. The reason is that people are littering more so maybe I could put recycling bins everywhere. And the program people could make signs and go around Maryland cleaning. Third Place: Monica Lemus, John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School

I would help the teenagers because they just want to try everything. I would help the people that are addicted to cigarettes. I would love to change the cigarettes so they do not have nicotine. I would change them, it would be the first thing I would do. John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School: Jayleen Vilchis

I would help homeless people get shelter and some money. The shelters will be made of cement and the houses would not cost much. Highlandtown Elementary/ School #215: Darius Riley

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If I were mayor I would stop drugs because drugs are illegal and there is a big problem here. Drugs can make you sick and cause death. I would clean the harbor because it’s so dirty you can’t eat fish from the harbor. And if you swim you need to take a bath. Holabird Academy: Ethan Ayres I would raise money for schools to get heaters and stop the trash problems. By making these changes, I believe we can make Baltimore a better place.


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2011 BAPTIST Canton Baptist Church 3302 Toone St., 21224 (410)563-1177 Sunday 11:15am Lee Street Memorial Baptist Church 113 Warren Avenue, 410-752-7833 Sunday 11am & 6pm Patterson Park Baptist Church 3115 Eastern Ave., 410-675-8309 Sunday 9:45 AM: Bible Study 11AM: Worship Riverside Baptist Church 1602 Johnson St., 21230 410-727-0379 Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 11am

Our Lady of Pompei Serving God’s People since 1923

3600 Claremont St Balto, MD 21224 410-675-7790

Fr. Luigi Esposito

Mass Schedule

Monday- Friday 8am Saturday 4pm (English) 6pm (Spanish) Sunday 8am & 9:30am (English) 11:30am & 6pm (Spanish)

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 - 8am, 10am 12pm St. Leo the Great Church 227 S. Exeter St 410-675-7275 Sunday 9:30am & 11:30am 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 8:30am, 11am St. Michael/St. Patrick 7 S. Wolfe St. 410-276-1646 10am & 12:15am 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 1400 Riverside Ave. 410-752-2703 Sunday 8am, 9am, 11:30am 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 and Sunday St. Brigid Church 911 S. Ellwood Ave. 410-563-1717 Sunday 10:30 am Holy Cross Church 110 E. West St. 410-752-8498 Sunday 9:00 A.M. & 5:00 P.M.

GOD LOVES YOU AND HAS A Obituary PURPOSE FOR Howard James Zapor, age 84, YOUR LIFE of Catonsville, MD, died on June 19, 2011 at Haven Nursing Home in Catonsville. Everyone Welcome! Forest He was born and raised in Highlandtown, the Sunday Worship Service at 11:15 “You can be fashionably late and still be on time” 3302 Toone Street, (410)563-1177 www.cantonbaptist.net

son of the late Andrew Anthony and Stephanie Rydnski Zaporowski, and lived there until 1990. He worked most of his life at General Electric where he was a forklift operator. He liked to skate at Carlins Park, and enjoyed listening to Big Band music, as well as, visiting the Inner Harbor. He met his lifetime companion, his wife Lucille, in 1968 who he married in December of 2009. Memory tributes may be sent to the family at mccomasfuneralhome.com

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CHURCH OF GOD East Baltimore Church of God 800 Oldham St, 410-327-0177 Sunday School 10am, Sunday 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 LUTHERAN Christ Lutheran 701 S. Charles St, 410-752-7179 Sunday 8:30 & 11am 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 St. Peter Lutheran Church 7834 Eastern Blvd., 410-288-0537 Saturday 5pm Sunday - 10am

METHODIST Old Otterbein Methodist 112 W. Conway Street 410-685-4703 Sunday Adult Bible Discussion 9:45am Worship 11am Nazareth Lutheran 3401 Bank St., 410-732-3125 Sunday 9am Breath of God Lutheran Church 141 S. Clinton St., 410-675-5616 Sunday - 10:30am

PRESBYTERIAN Light St Presbyterian 809 Light Street 410-539-0125 Sunday 11am Abbott Memorial Presbyterian Church 3426 Bank St. 410-276-6207 Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST United Evangelical 3200 Dillon St., 410-276-0393 Sunday 8am & 10:30am Christ United Church Of Christ 1308 Beason Street, 410-685-7968 Sunday 10:30-11:30am Christ United Church Of Christ 1308 Beason Street, 410-685-7968 Sunday 10:30-11:30am Grace United Church Of Christ 1404 S. Charles Street 410-685-7845 Sunday 9:30am First United Church, Ucc 1728 Eastern Avenue, 410-732-7644 Sunday 10:45am

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B’nai Israel Congregation 27 Lloyd Street 410-732-5454 Sat. 9am & 1pm, Sun 8:30am

MOSQUES/TEMPLES

Resurrection Moorish Science Temple 1055 N.Milton Avenue 410-522-6633

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Neighborhood Watch

Southeast Baltimore disturbance outside a bar and a woman told them her new boyfriend had been assaulted by her baby’s father, who was wielding. The baby’s father was armed with a beer bottle. Police will secure a warrant for his arrest. Boston Street, 2100 block, June 19, 3 a.m. A woman told police a second woman, whom she knew only as “Monique,” had sprayed mace at her, then punched her. Burglary Gough Street, 1200 block, June 24, 10:25 p.m. Police stopped a man who was walking down the street carrying a garbage bag. He was arrested and found to have taken a boxwood shrub without permission. E. Pratt Street, 3700 block, June 25, 6:55 a.m. A woman told police she heard a loud noise in her house and found her ex-boyfriend, who pulled a knife on her and said, “It isn’t over between us.” A neighbor intervened and the man dropped his knife and started screaming, “I’ll get you before the police will” and “You better watch your

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back.” He then fled. Police issued a warrant for his arrest. S. Ellwood Avenue, 1300 block, June 25, 5:30 a.m. Someone stole an ATM machine from a sports arena. Brentwood Avenue, 6700 block, June 24, 1:47 a.m. Someone broke into a store by breaking the glass of a side window, and took 90 packs of cigarettes 20 packs of cigars and 20 single cigars. Boston Street, 3600 block, June 23, 11:01 p.m. Someone broke into a hamburger restaurant and took a safe containing approximately $9,000 cash. Fleet Street, 1700 block, June 22, 7:30 a.m. Someone broke into a cleaning business and took $100 cash. Binney Street, 900 block, June 21, 10 p.m. Someone entered a home through a kitchen window and took electronics. Eastern Avenue, 1300 block, June 19, 12 p.m. Someone broke the window of a car wash and took a minibike and a bicycle that were inside.

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at the new restaurant and bar will be named for Poe’s writings. Despite its new digs, it’s unlikely the Raven will ever gain the profile of Bud or Coors. And as a craft beer, says Demczuk, it isn’t expected to. (Craft brews, sometimes known as microbrews, aren’t mass produced the way the big beers are — but they have their own appeal and their own market). Over the years, the former restaurant has been considered for multiple projects meant to revitalize the avenue — retail shopping, a cooking school, a steak house and more. But time and again, the rehab work needed has caused potential investors to back away. The current proposal for the building has been presented to many of the local community associations and Demczuk says support has been widespread. Certainly, he adds, there will be some people who won’t accept the new identity of the building (this being Baltimore, after all, which has what could almost be viewed as an obsession with the past), but he is hoping the building will experience its own rebirth, as have many surrounding neighborhoods. “We’re really looking forward to it,” he says. Just don’t look for strawberry pie and a stag bar.

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The building that used to hold Haussner’s, he found, is an appropriate size for the new operation, but will need a complete overhaul. After all, it closed in late 1999, and not much has been done with the property since that time. “It needs a new roof, a new floor in the basement, a new HVAC system,” recites Demczuk. “When it was a restaurant, the owners obviously did a very good job, but those things are old now.” Extensive structural changes will be needed. The building will have to to have part of its main floor removed in order to accommodate the brewing equipment. And, says Demczuk, since the basement of the original building was designed to also serve as a bomb shelter, rehab isn’t going to be easy. He and 10 partners are working through both a redesign and an effort to finance the project. “We’re at the point now where we’re speaking to builders and architects,” he notes. “We have investors lined up.” The partnership has been in talks with three separate banks (Carrollton, Slavie Federal and M&T), he adds, and it is hoped that a business proposal will be submitted to the bank within a month. And while those in the neighborhood may think the building looks relatively

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solid, its conversion represents a substantial investment for the partners involved. “The numbers haven’t been finalized yet, but even if you eliminate the buildout which someone else is going to do, it’s going to cost at least $3 million.” In the meantime, Demczuk is learning, Baltimore has institutional memory like an elephant. It never did forget Haussner’s. Which is good, he notes, in that “you get a lot of interest.” It’s bad too because “of course it can never be Haussner’s.” Some of the trim on the ceiling of the building will be untouched by the construction, “so it’ll be a little reminiscent, but it’ll be different,” he adds. Without a doubt, Demczuk knows how much Haussner’s means to the city. He was born in Dundalk and went to Patapsco High School in the 1970s, firmly grounding him in Baltimore’s traditions. He founded Baltimore-Washington Beer Works, according to the company’s website, as a partner in Europe’s first beer-of-the-month club, Beer Around the World. In 1998, Demczuk moved his operations to Baltimore and began production of The Raven. The beer, naturally, had been named in honor of Edgar Allan Poe, and eventually became a fan favor- Right: A handcrafted tap-handle for The Raven. Photo courtesy of Mark ite in places like Annabel Lee Tavern. Demczuk says other beers to be served Supik & Co.

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SERVICES PLEASANT ROOFERS Roofing of all types. Skylights, Spouting 410-285-5556 lic#405. Serving Baltimore since the 1930’s!

EMPLOYMENT HAMBY BROS Complete line of Tree Service, Stump removal. License & Insured. Call: 410-526-5530

EMPLOYMENT

Interested in working from home?

Be a Customer representative for a growing Jewelry production firm and make more money with Flexible working hours. Requirements: Applicants must be over 18yrs., have good communication skills, and internet access. Any previous experience could be useful. Qualified applicants should send their resume to Sherry Gibson e-mail: sherry.gibson38@gmail.com for more information.

AIRLINE MECHANIC Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-823-6729 AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program.Financial aid if qualified- Housing available. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (877)818-0783 ALLIED HEALTH CAREER TRAINING- Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800481-9409 www.CenturaOnline.com ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Computers, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 800-488-0386. www.CenturaOnline.com MASSAGE THERAPY Learn fast, earn fast. Financial aid if qualified. A new career is at your fingertips. Call Centura College 877-206-3353

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MERCHANDISE

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 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

FREE

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• We Work with ALL Insurance Companies

CONCRETE • DETAILING • RENTAL CAR • ESTIMATES

SERVICING THE CANTON AREA FOR OVER 20 YEARS

NICHOLAS FLEET STREET SHELL

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

601 S. Luzerne Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

410-675-4338 5.00 off

• Mobile Estimates

bumper globe

Eco-Friendly Body Shop

COLLISION CENTRE

1845 S. Hanover St. in Historic Federal Hill

443-708-8352 • www.bumperglobe.com

ELECTRIC

EXTERMINATOR

• 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

Building Supply, LLC

MDA#26036

Residential/Commercial FREE ESTIMATES Licensed & Insured

410-563-2076 www.maddenelectric.net HOUSEKEEPING

Serving Baltimore City & County

Bed Bug Control

410-558-0315 www.allpest.com

NOW OPEN for... • U-Cart Concrete •Pre-fab Steps •Cement •Building Materials

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

4726 Pulaski Hwy 410-522-0808

LAWYER/LEGAL COUNSEL

Insured & Bonded

Established since 1995

FREE Estimates $20 off Second Cleaning

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

Jim Bush Plumbing

3907 EASTERN AVE.

410-563-5350

Senior Discount

Senior Discounts

Stilwell Plumbing

Emergency Service

Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Specialist

24 Hour

Plumbing • Heating Bathroom & Kitchen Remodeling • Waterproofing Drain Cleaned

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10% OFF with this ad Reasonable Rates Fast Service

24 Hour Emergency Service

Free Phone Estimates Residential and Commercial

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Improvements,Inc.

COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTOR

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

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

MHIC#45097 • Insured Affordable Prices • Free Estimate

Sewer & Drain Cleaning SENIOR DISCOUNT

410-732-3197 410-288-4415 Repair & replacement of:

FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION RESIDENCE 486-7455

ROOFING Visa, Mastercard, and Discover accepted

G.C. Home

“Hot Water Heating Specialist”

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

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Licensed & Insured Since 1973 HOUSEKEEPING

E. THOMAS & SONS PLUMBING & HEATING

FULL TIME OFFICE

PLUMBING

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www.concretemanofmd.com concretemanofmd@aol.com

Tom Allen Home Services Efficient, Reliable, Honest

• Doors • Flooring • Bathroom Remodeling

Cleaning service FREE Estimates

• Drywall Repair • General Household Repairs

410-344-7762

www.tomallenhomeservices.com licensed and insured

Marsha’s

mHIC#125297

senior Citizen Discount

Specializing in Residential and Commercial Cleaning.

We will satisfy all your cleaning needs. We Do WinDoWs anD Carpets too! Insured & Bonded

443-430-4288

PLUMBING

LAW OFFICES OF Moppin KARL H. GOODMAN Mommas AND ASSOCIATES Inc.

Residential & Commercial Cleaning

410 - 327- 9190

sidewalks • driveways • patios

HOME IMPROVEMENT

DOMENIC PETRUCCI Termite & Pest Control

CONCRETE SpECIALIST

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

WATERPROOFING

Herman Rossmark

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Residential & Commercial

1-888-339-0660

ROOFING INC

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

FREE ESTIMATES

410-675-5440 MHIC# 1448

QUALITY, LOCAL BUSINESSES.

WATERPROOFING

We Will Beat Any Professional Written Estimate! 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

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

UPHOLSTERY FOR THREE GENERATIONS

Lakewood 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

Dedicated to improving our community

410-732-6600

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2011

THE BALTIMORE GUIDE 27

SOUTH BALTIMORE YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE- 2011

ANGLE INN 5805 O’Donnell St. 410-633-6242

Ages 3-16

Must be 3 by Aug. 31st

51 YEARS IN BUSINESS!

IN-HOUSE REGISTRATION FEE IS:

Saturday - July 2nd

$75 per child

Annual Independence Day Parade & Party

$5.00 off for each additional Child in household

Parade starts at noon - Party will follow Moon Bounce - Face Painting - Kid’s Games Great Food - Good Music Bring all the Kids Prizes for best decorated cars

Sunday - July 3rd Make the Angle Inn your

Heritage Fair after Party with DJ Jimmy Drink Specials & Giveaways

PRACTICE WILL START IN AUGUST OPENING DAY IS SCHEDULED FOR SEPT. 10TH Sponsor:

Sunday - July 10th Live Music on the patio with Ellis and Joe 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Weekday Registrations will be every Monday and Wednesday beginning July 11th until Aug. 9th at the Locust Point Recreation Center located at: 1627 E. Fort Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21230 (Located in Latrobe Park next to tennis court) Mondays: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Wednesdays: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Saturday registrations will be July 23 and 30 - August 6 At the Church of Redemption Hall on Towson and Clement Street Saturdays: 09:00am – 12:00pm

FIELD SIZES WILL BE ACCORDING TO AGE BRACKETS….

** ALL GAMES FOR YOUNGER AGE BRACKETS WILL BE PLAYED AT LATROBE PARK ON FORT AVE . OLDER AGE BRACKETS WILL BE PLAYED AT LATROBE PARK AND SWAN PARK ON MCCOMAS STREET

***Coaches Needed***

Charmed City Roller Derby Girls will be guest bartending Horseshoe Tournament starting at 4:00 p.m.

***Sponsors Needed***

Registration is still available on-line at WWW: SBYSL.COM For information please call Darlene at 410-332-0130 or Cindy at 410-332-0085

Settling Foundation? Tilting Chimney?

Cracked Bricks?

Damp Crawl Space or Wet Basement? Cracked Drywall?

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*

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Cracked Blocks?

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Bowing Walls? Cracked Slab?

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Celebrate Freedom with your friends and family this 4th of July!

Thank you for your confidence in us, and for your continued patronage,

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