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Police arrest two for dumping trash next to National Night Out get-together BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM National Night Out Against Crime is an evening in which cops and community get together and get to know each other with a cookout and kids’ activities. It’s a drug prevention and anti-crime initiative that has been celebrated in Baltimore for more than 20 years. No one can remember any actual crime taking place during a National Night Out event, however. Until last Tuesday night, in Greektown, where two men drove up in a pickup truck and started dumping trash and junk right next to Greektown’s cookout, which was being attended by 40 neighborhood activists, five police and one city councilman. Greektown CDC and Greater Greektown Neighborhood Alliance hosted the cookout at the children’s playground at the corner of Gough and Lehigh streets. The playground is surrounded by a chain link fence to keep the tots from straying onto the railroad tracks or into a large vacant lot next to it. CONTINUED ON PAGE 21

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The Baltimore Guide’s candidate forum August 17 First District council candidates to square off at SE Anchor Library BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Mark your calendars for The Baltimore Guide’s First District Candidates’ Forum, to be held Wednesday, Aug. 17, 5-8 p.m. at the Southeast Anchor Library, Eastern Ave. and Conkling St. There are three Democratic candidates running in the First District: • Jason Kahler, a Baltimore City public schools teacher, with prior experience in tenant advocacy. Kahler and his wife and infant son live in Canton. • James B. Kraft, the incumbent First District city councilman, an attorney with prior experience in community organizing. He is vice chair of the council’s Land Use and Transportation committees and

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the council’s representative to CHAP, the city’s historic preservation board. • Helene Luce, an educator and attorney who serves as director of educational programs at Community Law in Action, a nonprofit that advocates for city youth. She has served as an officer of the Patterson Park Neighborhood Association and remains active in her community. There are no Republican candidates running. There will be a meet-and-greet from 5-5:45 p.m. with light refreshments.

Candidates will begin with opening statements at about 6 p.m. Citizens at the forum can submit questions; index cards and pens will be provided. The First District includes Bayview, Greektown, most of Highlandtown, Brewers’ Hill, Canton, Fells Point, most of Upper Fells Point, most of Butchers Hill, Harbor East and Little Italy. The forum is free and open to all. Jacqueline Watts, editor of The Baltimore Guide, will moderate. Coming up Monday, Aug. 22 is a forum for South Baltimore candidates in the 10th and 11th districts. Councilman William H. Cole IV is running unopposed but has agreed to appear to respond to voters’ questions and concerns.





Wanted: The suspect who took these Police seeking info on thief who stole jewelry

BY MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Police are seeking information on an suspect in a robbery who is trying to sell, pawn or otherwise get money for some very distinctive jewelry. The robbery occurred on Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 2:23 a.m. in the unit block of S. Highland Avenue. Among the property taken was an authentic Freeze Bone Thugz N Harmony watch along with a uniquelooking silver necklace with a “TL” charm attached. The suspect in the robbery was described as a dark-skinned black male age 18-20, HAVE YOU SEEN ME-Police are seeking information on a suspect in a robbery who may be trying to sell, pawn or otherwise dispose of the two items shown here: a Freeze Bone Thugs N Harmony watch, and a silver necklace with the stylized initials of “TL” on it. Anyone with information on either item is asked to call Det. Tony Clark in the Southeast District Detective Unit at 410-396-2429. If Det. Clark is not available, callers are asked to leave a message that they are calling about the robbery in the unit block of S. Highland Avenue.

about 5’6” tall with short hair, white shirt, dark pants and white shoes. The suspect was armed with a knife. The victim had been waiting for a bus when the suspect robbed him of his jewelry, as well as an mp3 player, some cash and cigarettes. Anyone who has seen this property, or who has information on the suspect trying to sell it, should contact Det. Tony Clark at Southeast District Detective Unit, 410396-2429. If Det Clark is not in the office, callers are asked to leave a message that this pertains to the robbery in S. Highland Avenue. Callers may remain anonymous.


Jerry Jule Hercum is wanted in a string of weekend robberies in Canton.He is known for waiting until bars close, and following groups of women who are leaving bars or restaurants. He is 5’11” and 200 pounds. Call the Southeastern District Detective Unit at 410-396-2429, or anonymously contact Metro CrimeStoppers at 866-7-LOCKUP (866-756-2587). Text messages can also be sent to CRIMES (274637) and then entering the message starting with MCS.

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Don Hetz, owner of Fells Point HVAC shop, dies at 60 BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Chances are if you have spent time in a Fells Point bar or restaurant, you were comfortable partly thanks to your friendly bartender and partly thanks to Don Hetz. Hetz, a heating and air conditioning man for more than 30 years, worked on most of the creaky, persnickety and antique systems in Fells Point’s old buildings, and kept them running as smoothly as they were ever going to run. Hetz died last week of complications following surgery. He was 60 years old. A memorial service will be held for him on Saturday, Aug. 20, at 3 p.m. at Light Street Presbyterian Church, where Hetz worshipped—and also kept the creaky, persnickety and antique HVAC system running. He was born in Frostburg on Feb. 1, 1951, and graduated from Beall High School. As a child, he made and sold horseradish, helping with a side business of his father’s. After high school Hetz did a hitch in the Navy, then studied to be an x-ray technician at a trade school. When the school lost its accreditation, Hetz quit and headed to Hagerstown to go to work for the Martin Marietta Corp; and when Martin Marietta announced layoffs, he opened a bar called the Old Mill with friends. Hetz and friends did the extensive renovations to the bar—which was actually an old mill, complete with water wheel, by themselves. At the same time Hetz was studying HVAC. Eventually he moved to Baltimore and opened his business, Hetzworks, in an old warehouse on Central Ave. He was known for working anytime and anywhere. Faced with a balky central air system in August in the home of a woman in her eighth month of pregnancy, and coming off 18 hours straight of wrestling with failing

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Hetz enjoyed riding and restoring motorcycles. This one is a Triumph from the mid-60s. (Photo courtesy Geoffrey Booth)

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Fort Ave. bridge story unfair Editor, The Guide:

As a fairly new resident of Locust Point (nine years) and an active member of the Locust Point Civic Association over the last 10 years, it has been obvious that the community in general has wanted and needed a safe replacement bridge over the CSX railroad tracks. Through efforts of many

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community members, we now have that bridge plan and rebuild schedule just ahead of us. It will be a difficult time for all the community but in the end (9-12 months from the start date) there will be a safe bridge that the community has very vocally requested. I was disappointed that the article put such a negative spin on the bridge construction (a bridge that the community has WANTED) without even mentioning the fact that there is a task force in place that started working about a year ago! Prior to the weekly meeting of the task force the group met intermittently with the representatives from Baltimore City Government, Mayor’s Office, DOT, MTA, CSX, bridge designers , surveyors and engineers, not to mention the Emergency Management, the police force and the fire department. For the last 18 months or so, issues related to the bridge closing have been presented to the LPCA community associations and oth-

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Volunteers of all ages are needed and welcome, like these Banner Neighborhoods volunteers.

Something about the change of seasons makes people prone to resolutions. And so it begins: the vow to get organized, exercise more, clean out the basement, eat healthier — you name it. One of the great resolutions is to do some volunteer work, and give back to the community. But for whatever rea-

son, people hang back. Maybe they’re waiting for an invitation. Maybe they’re waiting for the right time. Maybe they’re just waiting. Here’s a memo to those who have been circling the airport: you’re invited. Cordially invited. Formally invited. Happily invited. Your city needs you. Your community needs you. And you


ers concerning matters such as: how do the children get to school how do our seniors that walk to the grocery get to their shopping how do emergency vehicles get in and out how will the community be informed of trains crossings being obstructed how will the CSX schedule change how will businesses on the fort side of the bridge keep their customers happy and how will we maintain the current neighborhood lifestyle we all appreciate These are only some of the questions that have been debated by the collaborative task force in recent months. Many resolutions have been found—such as the pedestrian bridge and the emergency vehicle temporary quarters to name the two major issues. I found the article disappointing in that it failed to consider both sides of this bridge story. The negative tone left me wondering what is “The rest of the story?” Perhaps that is something to write about, that a neighborhood’s cries have been heard and, while it will be inconvenient, not everything we wish for is easy. This is reason for celebration, so watch for the new bridge construction parties. Cheryl R. Duffey Locust Point

have interests that will dovetail with what they need. Like sports? Youth sports programs in the parks are always looking for coaches, assistants and others. Like books? The Enoch Pratt Free Libraries — every single branch — needs people to reshelve books in the right place so that readers and staff can find them. (No, they don’t have enough staff to do this themselves). Like animals? BARCS and the SPCA have volunteer opportunities. Want to help out in your neighborhood? You community association undoubtedly needs people. And specific projects — clean-ups, community gardens and grant applications — always need helping hands. There aren’t enough column inches to devote to all the ways you can help out, but there are two words of advice we can give you: start now. Getting involved is easier than you think, and can have rewards that extend far beyond what you expect. Give your time freely and what you get back will be invaluable. By getting involved, you meet people and become a part of the fabric of the community. There’s no such thing as an unwelcome volunteer, and nobody whose help isn’t needed. Those who hold back because they don’t know anyone in the organization need to remember this: You’re only new the first time. Get involved. It’s time.




SEE THE WORLD’S LARGEST CIRCUS UNDER THE BIG TOP Dolores Bock Canoles,leader in S.E. road fight, 84

Helped with ‘kitchen table revolution’ BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Dolores Bock Canoles, one of the army of women who organized to defeat construction of an interstate highway that would have split Baltimore in two and destroyed the Canton, Fells Point and Federal Hill neighborhoods, has died. She was 84 years old. There will be a viewing on Thursday, Aug. 11, 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. at Schimunek Funeral Home, 9705 Belair Rd. The funeral will be held at Oak Crest Chapel, 8800 Walther Blvd., with a viewing at 10 a.m. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. Graveside service will be held at Oak Lawn Cemetery, with a wake following for friends and family. “Dolores Canoles’ life story is the story of East Baltimore during the better part of the 20th Century,â€? said U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski. In the mid 1960s the waterfront communities of Canton and Fells Point were largely industrial. The housing stock was poor, trucks choked the streets and the city and federal government were busily planning a highway to join I-95 with I-83, running right through the city and reducing Canton and Fells Point to interchanges. Conditions in the two neighborhoods spawned a kitchen-table revolution that brought great changes, formed a network of strong community groups and launched Mikulski’s political career. The struggle was called the Road Fight, and its effects reverberate today. At the beginning of the Road Fight, politicians and city bureaucrats were indifferent to the women, but they learned not to be. The women linked arms and refused to let illegal truck trafďŹ c pass on Haven Street. They yered and pamphleted and demonstrated against the expressway extension and went door to door for candidates they favored. Dolores Canoles, Gloria Aull and others were leaders of the Road Fight. She was born on April 8, 1927, in Mannington, W.Va., and grew up in Farmington. She graduated from Farmington High School. She came to Baltimore in 1948 to work at the Social Security Administration, and held a clerical job till 1951 when the children started arriving, according to her daughter, Mary Strassner. She and her husband Tom moved to Canton in 1951. She was involved with three Canton churches: Canton Methodist, St. Brig-


CIRCUS IRCUS S TARS TARS id’s and United Evangelical Church, where she helped with the choirs and musical productions as a director, pianist or participant. She was a member of the Canton Christian Council which was one of the founding member groups of SECO, the Southeast Community Organization. SECO founded Southeast Development Inc., the forerunner of the present Southeast Community Development Inc. SECO, an umbrella group of more than 30 community associations, was a strong political and social force and a model for the founding of the Waterfront Coalition, which today serves as a watchdog of development along the waterfront. Canoles was the ďŹ rst correspondence secretary of SECO. She also served as treasurer for the late Cornell Dypski’s campaign for the Maryland State Senate. Dypski appointed Canoles one of three commissioners to the Baltimore Liquor Board in 1980; she was the ďŹ rst woman to serve on the board. She helped in several campaigns to save the Canton Library, which was often threatened with closure, and was one of the founding members of the Friends of the Canton Library. Canton, Fells Point and Federal Hill, three neighborhoods that would have been leveled by The Road, are today three of Baltimore’s most prosperous and healthy neighborhoods. “Dolores was a major reason that the proposal to build Interstate 95 through East Baltimore never materialized,â€? said Mikulski. “She and I fought side by side against misguided interests who sought to destroy our neighborhoods and our way of life. Delores was a genius organizer and a courageous foot soldier. I loved her for her moral convictions, loyalty and zest for life.â€?


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He heard the doubts: He’s too small for the NFL. He never had a 60 percent completion percentage in college. He’s a run-first, pass-second quarterback. But it hasn’t deterred Taylor’s confidence in himself to excel at being a quarterback at the next level. “I’ve been successful at the position and I plan to continue to be successful,” Taylor said. “There are things that go with that -- hard work, dedication, studying the craft and being the best you can be. That’s what I strive to be every day.” If Taylor would have worked out as a wide receiver prior to the NFL draft, there’s a chance his draft stock would have risen.. Taylor’s speed is a weapon, with some scouts clocking him at 4.46 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the NFL combine. He ran for 2,196 yards in four years at Virginia Tech, which included splitting time with teammate Sean Glennon. He passed for 7,017 yards and 44 touchdowns. At Virginia Tech, he set school records in career total offense (9,213), career passing yards, career rushing yards by a quarterback, career wins for a starting quarterback (34), passing touchdowns in a season (24 in 2010) and career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (23). Taylor’s arguably the second-best quarterback to play for Virginia Tech, behind Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. Vick played two seasons for the Hokies before declaring for the 2001 draft after his redshirt sophomore season. The Ravens drafted Taylor to add depth to the quarterback position. But he may find himself starting the season as Baltimore’s primary backup to Joe Flacco. Veteran quarterback Marc Bulger, who served as Flacco’s backup in 2010, announced his retirement last week. The only other quarterback on the roster is Hunter Cantwell, who spent time on Baltimore’s practice squad in 2010.

Coach John Harbaugh said there’s a chance the Ravens could add a veteran backup to the mix. Before the team makes a decision, he wants to see more out of Taylor, who has received the majority of reps with the second team during training camp. “Your backup quarterback is one play away from being your starting quarterback, so it’s critically important,” Harbaugh said. Taylor’s had his share of promising moments and learning experiences thus far during camp. He’s possessed solid pocket awareness while throwing well on the run when needed. He’s also had a tendency to hold the ball too long against a Ravens defense that’s sent a great deal of pressure. “It makes me better as a player to go out there and practice against guys like this, one of the best in the league if not the best,” Taylor said. “It’s a great learning tool to go out there and face this defense.” Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has been impressed with how his rookie quarterback has held up. “We have a heck of a young quarterback,” Cameron said. “It’s asking a lot of him but we’re getting him ready to play.” Taylor said Flacco’s gone out of his way to offer advice on learning the offense. He appears to be grasping the schemes quick while drawing the attention of the coaching staff. Taylor, who celebrated his 22nd birthday last Wednesday, is looking to make the most of the opportunity in Baltimore. “Every day it’s a goal of mine to get better and never take any steps backwards and just keep progressing,” he said. “I still have a lot of work to do. The coaches are giving me the opportunity to go out there and get reps and I’m going to make the best of each rep.”





a fastball, hitters will tear them up, which they have all year. The Orioles’ pitchers need to hit their spots on the corners and change speeds more effectively. Don’t miss over the heart of the plate. This is basic pitching 101, something I learned while playing in Babe Ruth while I was 15. Some other categories Baltimore pitching ranks dead last in: Home runs allowed, ERA, hits allowed, earned runs and total runs allowed, and WHIP (Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched). This is discouraging news indeed.

By Andrew Mindzak They say defense and pitching wins championships. I guess that explains why Baltimore is in last place. Besides Mark Reynolds at third base, the Orioles’ defense isn’t really that horrible, but their pitching has been hit more than a joint at a 311 concert. After watching the San Francisco Giants win the World Series last year with dominant pitching, you might expect the Orioles to get more pitching in the offseason. The Philadelphia Phillies already had a decent rotation, but still went out and added Cliff Lee last winter and haven’t looked back. What did Baltimore do? They added a 36-year-old designated hitter who can’t play the field to their roster. Injuries to the young rotation have plagued the O’s all year. Brian Matusz, Jake Arrieta, and most recently Zach Britton have all spent time on the DL this year. Oddly enough—and this is a scary stat— the bullpen has been better than the starters this year. Baltimore ranks dead last in ERA

during the first six innings, posting a 5.19 ERA. From the seventh inning on, their ERA is 4.11, which isn’t that good, but still a whole run better than the earlier innings. The main cause of this is control. One stat I love is the strikeout-to-walk ratio. What this number tells you is how much control your pitcher has over his pitches. One player who was amazing in the department was former Oriole Koji Uehara. Not only did he have a great K/9 rate, but he had one of the best strikeout-per-walk ratios in the history of the game. Right now, the league average is around 2.26, which is just to say that for every 2.26 strikeouts you get, you will walk 1 hitter. The Orioles are fifth-to-last in this department with a rate of 1.98. “Wait, didn’t you say Koji excelled in this area?” you ask? He sure did. His strikeoutper-walk ratio while in Baltimore was 7.75. He was so good in fact, that if you remove his numbers from Baltimore’s totals this season, the Orioles post a ratio of 1.85,

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Don’t miss your chance to hit a crab feast this season. Two are on the schedule, so mark the calendar.

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Wednesday, August 10

Auditions: Spotlighters Theatre holds

auditions for men and women interested in acting in the drama, “Tea & Sympathy,” on Wednesday, Aug. 10 7 p.m.-10 p.m., and Saturday, Aug. 13, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Rehearsals begin midAugust, performances will runfrom late September to mid-November on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Prepare a 2-3-minute monologue and be prepared to read from the script. No appointments. Info: www.spotlighters. org, Night Owls: The Audubon program in Patterson Park has a tiny tots adventure on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. to discover noctournal

Outdoor Movies: Free films on the Pier have returned to Fells Point for the summer. All shows start at dusk (8:45 p.m.) at the end of the Broadway Pier on a big screen in Blu-Ray. BYO lawn or beach chair, and blanket, bug spray, etc. Aug. 10: Let Me In; Aug. 17: TwilightEclipse Little Italy holds its 15th annual open air movie festival on Fridays in August at the corner of High and Stiles streets. Music begins at 7 p.m. and movies start at 9 p.m. Free popcorn, BYO lawn chair. Aug. 12: Nine; Aug. 19: The Secret of Santa Vittoria Crime Prevention: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council holds COP walks as follows. Note: Unless otherwise specified, all walks are 7 p.m. Check the website for rules and policies, and for weather-related cancellations of walks. Info: Jack Baker, 443-831-0538, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 6:30 p.m., Carrollton Ridge: meet at the Samuel F. B. Morse Recreation Center, Pulaski and Ashton Sts Thursday, Aug. 11, Westport Improvement Assn: TBA Monday, Aug. 15, Hollins Roundhouse: meet at the Black Cherry Puppet Theater, 1115 Hollins St Tuesday, Aug. 16, Curtis Bay: meet at the Curtis Bay Recreation Center, Curtis Ave and Filbert St Wednesday, Aug. 17, Locust Point: meet at the Himalayan House Restaurant, E Fort Ave and Cooksie St.

animals in the park. Meet at the pagoda, borhood Association will hold a street $5/child. Info: 410-558-2473, PPAudu- clean-up and BBQ on Saturday, Aug. 13, meeting at 9:30 a.m. on the ner of Fairmount and Lakewood Ave. Friday, August 12 Bring snacks to share. Info: vpwest@ ACT Deadline: Students who want to take the Sept. 10 ACT achievement college admission and placement exam must Going, Going, Gone! The Great Fells register to do so before Tuesday, Aug. 12. Point Auction is at 10 a.m. on SaturStudents who qualify may apply for a fee day, Aug. 13 in the garden of the Robwaiver through their high school coun- ert Long House, 812 S. Ann St. Toys, books, antiques etc. will be up for aucselor. Info:, tion. Info/Donations: 410-675-6750. Doing Good in the ‘Hood: For information on any of the following events, Sunday, August 14 contact Beth Myers-Edwards, Banner Polish Fest! Sacred Heart of Mary Neighborhoods Community Corporation, Church in Dundalk has its Polish Fes410-585-8810 ext. 104, 443-536-6146, tival on Aug. 14, 1 p.m.-6 p.m. in the, Msgr. Parks Hall. Use the ramp entrance. Admission is $2. Info: nfell@ Friday, Aug. 12: Bowie Baysox Baseball, 410-633-2828. Game Fundraiser, 4101 Crain Highway Music at the Pagoda: Come to PaBowie, 7:05 p.m., raise money for the goda Hill in Patterson Park for free C.A.R.E. Community Association with concerts all summer long. All conevery ticket purchased, $14/person. certs run 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. BYO Wednesday, Aug. 17: McElderry Park blanket, chair, bug spray, etc. The Community Meeting, McElderry Park next is Sunday, Aug. 14 (rain date Resource Center, 611 N. Montford Av- Aug 17) with Son de Aqui playing enue, 6 p.m. salsa music. Info: Katie Long Ka410-276Curtain Going Up: Fells Point Corner, Theater, 251 S. Ann Street, has the next 3676. offering in the Baltimore Playwrights’ Ice cream for charity: Cold Stone Festival, “Asking Questions,” opening Creamery at the Can Company will on Aug. 12 and running through Aug. 28 host a charity mix-off Aug. 14, 11 with performances Thursdays through a.m.-11 p.m. Crew members will Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 7 sing and dance as they serve their p.m. (No show on 8/19.) Admission for customers and compete for tips, all shows is $12. Info: which will be donated to Health Care for the Homeless and ARC of BalSaturday, August 13 timore. Cold Stone Creamery will Sci-Fi: The Baltimore Science Fiction Society, 3310 E. Baltimore Street, meets on match the contributions up to $250. Saturday, Aug. 13 and is looking for new Stop by the store, 2500 Boston St., members. BSFS holds a planning meet- to contribute. ing for Balticon (its annual convention of Monday, August 15 all things sci-fi and fantasy) at 7 p.m. and Call to Arts: Baltimore is seeking a business meeting at 9 p.m. A working regional artists age 18 and up to cremeeting is held Saturday, Aug. 27, 8 p.m. ate a two-dimensional artwork for, 443-310-4080. permanent display in the new offices PPNA Event: The Patterson Park Neigh- of the Department of Transportation

in the Benton Building, 417 E. Fayette Street. Total budget for project is $17,000. Deadline for submission is Monday, Aug. 15. Info/application: www.promotionandarts. com, 410-752-8632. Fight Crime: Highlandtown holds its Citizens On Patrol (COP) walk every Tuesday, 7 p.m.-8 p.m. from the corner of Gough and Conkling streets. The next are on Tuesday, Aug. 16 and Aug. 23.

Tuesday, August 16

Pool Party! The Friends of the Light

Street Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library are holding their annual Pool Party/Membership Drive at the Otterbein Swim Club, 824 S. Sharp Street, on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011, 5 p.m.8 p.m. BYO side dish or dessert to share and B.Y.O.B. if desired and bring kids too.

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Free Documentary: Clean Water Action is hosting a free showing of the documentary film “Gasland” on Thursday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Creative Alliance, Eastern and East avenues. Environmental panel discussion follows. Info: Clean Water Action, 410-235-8808. National Bocce Day is celebrated at Little Italy’s bocce courts in the 900 block Stiles Street on Sunday, Sept. 4, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. with four-person teams. Spectators welcome. Info: Giovanna 443-851-3311, Fran 410-207-7075 . Crab Feast: Dundalk Knights of Columbus hold a crab feast on Saturday, Sept. 10, 6 p.m.-10 p.m., $35/person. Info/tickets: Jim Rutter 410-294-9888, Little Italy Bocce: The St. Gabriel Festival bocce tournament is Saturday, Aug. 20 (singles players) and Sunday, Aug. 21 (four-person teams), registration fees to benefit St. Leo’s Church. Info/registration: Dino Basso 410-536-0886.






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A Highlandtown treasure: DiPasquale's offers everything Italian BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM We were a little short of time for lunch but we still wanted something fabulous, so we put in a call to DiPasquale’s, Highlandtown’s Disneyland of imported Italian foods, and for a mere $36.70 three of us fed ourselves handsomely.

DiPasquale’s is justly celebrated for its Italian cold cut sub and its deep-dish lasagna. But did you know that the deli does wood-fired brick oven pizza the way it’s supposed to be done? A great brick oven pizza should puff and blister the moment it hits the hot floor of the oven. The dough should cook very quickly, with a crisp crust and


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with tuna, capers, onions and olives; and the Constantino, with chicken, spinach, tomatoes and mozzarella; each $11.95. DiPasquale’s has wonderful salads. I am devoted to the grilled chicken Caesar, which features a delightfully sharp and vinegary dressing, and the garden salad. So for something different we tried the Insalata Pescara (large, $11.95), which is mixed greens with squid and shellfish and tuna on top, brightened with capers and red onions. The salad came with a house-made balsamic dressing, but the seafood was so good we ate the salad naked. The insalata pescara is also available as a side salad for $6.95. For vegetarians, there’s the Calabrese ($8.95 sub, $6.95 sandwich) which is stuffed with artichoke hearts, roasted peppers, onion, olives and tomatoes, dressed with oil, vinegar and herbs and topped with sharp provolone. I suppose vegans could order it without the cheese, but the provolone is seriously good. One of the most enjoyable things about DiPasquale’s is the wait for the food, because the store has a great selection of wine and beer, coffee, cold cuts, bread, oil and every Italian delicacy imaginable. We picked up a bottle of espresso-flavored soda and a big bag of chocolate cookies. DiPasquale’s, 3700 Gough St. in Highlandtown, is open every day but Sunday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. To order call 410276-6787. There are some tables for eat-in.

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And you thought the lights had gone out for good. When last year, it was announced that 2010’s Great Halloween Lantern Parade would be the last ever hosted in Patterson Park, most people decried the end of a tradition. Now there’s a new tradition, according to the Creative Alliance: The Great Big Halloween Parade of Light & Luminaria 2011, also known as Wildlights Wildlife. It is scheduled to take place on October 29 (or October 30, in case of inclement weather). What should satisfy Highlandtown traditionalists: it includes a parade through the park of individuals carrying home-made lanterns. What should make it different: the lanterns will look like park wildlife, including squirrels, owls, fish, insects and more. Many lanterns will be buoyant, and will be able to be floated on the boat lake. Plus, says Greg Hamilton, marketing and development manager at the Creative Alliance, this fall’s lanterns will be different

— and earth-friendly — since “people will be using things like soda bottles, rather than the bamboo and paper lanterns.” The Creative Alliance brochure states “Wildlights Wildlife celebrates the spirits of the wildlife in the park, creating their likenesses in glowing lanterns and illuminated costumes created out of repurposed materials.” Organizers are looking for one- and twolitre bottles and gallon jugs, as well as miscellaneous clear, clean plastic containers and unused or broken umbrellas, all of which can be transformed into lanterns. These items can be dropped off at the Creative Alliance starting this week, and running throughout the weeks leading up to the parade. Leading up the effort is Baltimore artist. Laure Drogoul. Drogoul, the winner of Baltimore’s first Sondheim Prize, is a sculptor, performance artist and curator, and has created installations and large-scale illuminated sculptures. Under Drogoul’s direction, the community will be able to create floating luminaria for the Boat Lake, and present large scale

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projections throughout Patterson Park. According to an announcement from the organizers, “Parade marshals will become the spirits of squirrels past that carry glowing nuts. The parade features stilt walkers, illuminated floats, marching bands and surprise performances. Everyone is invited to create a costume or a lantern and join in the parade.” Leading up to the evening parade will be activities including hayrides and food vendors. As with previous parades, the public is invited to attend free lantern-making workshops. Two will be held at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Avenue, on Sundays, Oct. 16 and 23, at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. (Advance registration is required for these, and all children must be accompanied by an adult). A ‘drop-in’ (in other words, no advance registration required) workshop will be held on Saturday, October 15 from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. at Patterson Park Public Charter School, 27 N. Lakewood Avenue. A parade studio will also be set up inside Patterson Park, at the pool house.

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cer leaned inside the car, the driver accelerated rapidly, striking the officer. He was pulled over and arrested a short-time MAN ARRESTED IN later, and told arresting officers that he TROUT HEIST didn’t know the man who had stopped him before was an officer, despite the gonna kill you, bitch,” then lifted his fact that he was in uniform at the time. shirt to display a handgun. She fled and Robbery contacted police. A warrant was obtained S. Patterson Park Avenue, 100 block, for his arrest. August 6, 10 p.m. A woman told police Esther Place, 3300 block, August 1, she was out walking with some friends 12:08 a.m. Police were called by a local when a man pulled a silver handgun on hospital after a man was brought in, hav- them and said, “Get down and throw eving been beaten by an assailant wielding erything out.” He robbed them of their bat. While at the hospital, he became un- purses, wallets and cell phones, then conscious, and also appeared to be drunk. fled. He is described as a Hispanic male. Po- S. Patterson Park Avenue, unit block, lice will follow up. July 5, 12:40 a.m. Police found a man N. Highland Avenue, 200 block, July 31, bleeding from the side of his face. He 10:27 p.m. Police found a 19-year-old told police he was out walking when he man sitting on some steps and bleed- was attacked by two suspects who then ing from a chest wound. He was taken took his cell phone and wallet. to a local hospital and evaluated, then Holabird Avenue, 6700 block, August pronounced in good condition. He told 5, 12:40 a.m. A man told police he was police he had been attacked by two men walking home from a bar when he was with whom he had been involved in a approached by four men who asked for a confrontation the previous week. cigarette, then when the man told him he N. Kresson Street, unit block, July 30, didn’t smoke, they said, “How about if 10:30 p.m. A woman told police her hus- we just take all your s—t?” He told them band had attacked and beaten her with a he was retired military and was capable cane. He was arrested and found to be of “Dustin’ their candy asses.” And they followed him, then pulled a gun on him. intoxicated. N. Highland Avenue, 400 block, July 17, Police then approached and the men scat7:12 p.m. A man told police his landlady tered. Police saw one drop something in and he had been drinking together, and the bushes. All the suspects were arrested that she had struck him between the eyes and the gun was discovered to be a very with a pair of grip pliers, then left. The realistic-looking toy. man refused to get a peace order, telling police he wanted to go out and get a beer instead. The landlady was later located and arrested. Lancaster Street, 1700 block, July 1, 11:57 p.m. An officer on patrol stopped a man who was driving erratically. The officer tried to distract the officer from looking into the car, and when the offi-

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

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Boston Street, 2900 block, August 6, 6:26 p.m. A homeless man told police he was sitting on a bench when his brother, also homeless, approached him and pushed him off the bench, saying, “Where you keeping my money at?” When the first homeless man advised his brother he had spent the money on crack cocaine, the brother became irate and pulled a box cutter, screaming, “I’m’a cut you, bitch.” Both were noted to have an odor of alcohol on their persons. A warrant was issued for the assailant’s arrest. S. Macon Street, 500 block, August 5, midnight. A woman told police her male friend had approached her, asking, “Why you get me locked up?” The two began arguing and the argument turned physical. The man got the woman in a headlock and she bit his thumb and would not let go until passersby pulled them apart. A warrant was issued for the man’s arrest. Kane Street, 500 block, August 5, 9:25 p.m. A woman told police she and her boyfriend had argued over drugs, and that the man had thrown vinegar in her. A warrant was issued for his arrest. Mullikan Court, 1400 block, August 5, 2:30 a.m. A woman told police she was walking out of her house when her baby’s father approached her, saying, “I’m

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31, 8:30 p.m. Someone entered a home through unknown means and took a TV and game system.

Southeast Baltimore and told police he did not want to have medical attention. N. Madeira Street, 100 block, August 2, 11:42 p.m. A pizza deliveryman told police a suspect had pulled a handgun on him and said, “Empty your pockets.” He then fled with a pizza and between $400 and $500 cash.


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11:15 a.m. Someone entered a home through a first floor window and took electronics and jewelry. N. Belnord Avenue, 500 block, August 4, 1:45 p.m. Someone broke into a home through a basement door and took a briefcase. N. Washington Street, 200 block, August 4, 11 a.m. Someone entered a construction company trailer through a front door and took a laptop. N. Streeper Street, 400 block, August 3, 4:30 p.m. Someone entered a home through a front door and took a fridge, air conditioner and dehumidifier. E. Baltimore Street, 2000 block, August 3, 11:59 p.m. Someone broke into a home through a front door and took a TV, CDs and DVDs. E. Baltimore Street, 800 block, Au-


gust 3, 4:17 a.m. Someone entered a candy store through a front door and took a cash box and cash as well as five cell phones, a baby basket and various candy valued at $30. Essex Street, 2100 block, August 2, 6 a.m. Someone broke into a garage and took a GPS and a mountain bike. N. Port Street, 100 block, August 3, 1 p.m. Someone entered a home, possibly by using a key, and took unknown property. Hornel Street, 400 block, August 2, 6:45 a.m. Someone forced open the door of a house and took tools. Thames Street, 1700 block, July 31, 8:55 a.m. Someone entered a tavern through a rear door and took two jugs of fryer grease, a pair of headphones, a hat, a shirt size 5X and a phone charger. (It is worth noting that on Aug. 6, the same tavern had lost two boxes of bacon to a larceny). N. Clinton Street, 400 block, July 30, 10 p.m. Someone entered a home through a rear door and took two TVs, a game system and jewelry. St. Helena Avenue, 6500 block, July 31, 7:30 a.m. Someone entered a shed and took keys and a pickup. N. Belnord Avenue, 600 block, July

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S. Haven Street, 1700 block, August 6, 10:30 a.m. A senior citizen told police his friend had gone into his pants pockets and taken $250 cash. E. Lombard Street, 3800 block, August 6, 5:30 p.m. Someone entered a discount store and took property including false fingernails. Someone also stole bras from the same store. Eastern Avenue, 1000 block, August 4, 9:45 p.m. A woman took a purse from a barstool. N. Belnord Avenue, 600 block, August 4, 1 p.m. A woman left her purse on the sidewalk and someone took it. O’Donnell Street, 3000 block, August 4, 10 p.m. A woman told police she was inside a bar when a male suspect took her purse. E. Fayette Street, 3300 block, August 3, 9:50 a.m. A woman approached the cashier of a convenience store and held up a 20-oz coffee and said, “Well, I’m not paying for this.” She then walked out. The employee called police with the tag number of the getaway car. Police will follow up. S. Potomac Street, 100 block, August 3, 4 a.m. Someone stole a game console from a bedroom. Aliceanna Street, 800 block, August 3, 2:30 p.m. A teenager entered a sports store, took an UnderArmour


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shirt and went into a dressing room, then left with the shirt, but without paying for it. Fleet Street, 1000 block, August 2, 3 p.m. A man was arrested for trying to leave a food store with a whole trout. E. Lombard Street, 2100 block, August 2, 6:30 p.m. Someone cut the chain lock and took a Mongoose bike. Fait Avenue, 3200 block, August 1, 11 a.m. Someone stole the air conditioner from the rear yard of a house. Eastern Avenue, 3800 block, August 1, 5:25 p.m. A suspect described to police as a black teen boy, 5’5” in height, grabbed an envelope containing $700 off the counter of a store and fled.

Larceny from Auto GPS: 17 mp3: 2 Computer: 4 Purses: 4 Speakers: 1 Battery charger: 1 Cash: $227 Phones: 3 T-shirts: 11 Curling iron: 1 Leather punch: 1 Nothing taken: 5






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Neighborhood Watch is a representative, not a comprehensive, account of crimes reported in the Southern District during the past week. This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts.

1100 block Sargeant St., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 8:34 p.m.: A man was arrested for stabbing another man in the chest. 1200 block W. Lombard St., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 7:58 a.m.: Police found a woman wandering naked in a house on Lombard St. Aggravated Assault 1400 block Hollins St., Sunday, July 31, She had a head wound and a stab wound to 7:10 p.m.: A man physically assaulted a her chest. The victim told police that she argued with a housemate and the argument woman on the street.

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turned physical. Police arrested the housemate, who had apparently punched the victim, stabbed her with scissors and beaten her with a crutch. 1600 block W. Pratt St., Thursday, Aug. 4, 4:30 a.m.: A man was robbed and stabbed by three males.


300 block S. Fulton Ave., Monday, Aug. 1, 11:50 p.m.: Someone broke into a house but did not steal anything. 1700 block W. Lombard St., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 4:15 a.m.: Police arrested two women breaking into a house. Nothing was stolen and there was no property damage. 500 block E. Gittings St., Saturday, Aug. 6, 8 a.m.: Someone tried to break into a house but failed.

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1700 block W. Lombard St., Thursday, Aug. 4, 9 p.m.: Someone stole a 1997 Dodge Caravan. 300 block S. Gilmor St., Sunday, Aug. 7, 3:55 a.m.: Someone stole a motor scooter. 1200 block Riverside Ave., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7:30 a.m.: Someone cut a cable lock and stole a 2008 Yamaha motor scooter.


1300 block Light St., Sunday, July 31, 1:50 a.m.: Two women were fighting and one dropped her purse. Someone opened the purse and stole her wallet. 1400 block Harper St., Monday, Aug. 1, 2:01 p.m.: Someone cut and stole the cata-



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lytic converter from a car. 1600 block Ramsay St., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7 a.m.: Someone stole a gas grill from a back yard. 2700 block Port Covington Dr., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 11 p.m.: A woman was arrested for shoplifting a dress and body oil. 1800 block Wilkens Ave., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 8 a.m.: Someone stole a two-foot copper pipe from a back yard. 100 block W. Randall St., Wednesday, Aug. 3, noon: Someone stole a teal colored Diamondback mountain bike from a back yard. 1000 block S. Charles St., Thursday, Aug. 4, 8:15 p.m.: A man was arrested for shoplifting hair clippers. 1400 block Cooksie St., Friday, Aug. 5, 4:30 p.m.: Police arrested a man breaking into cars and recovered a camera and GPS, which they returned to its owner. 700 block Washington Blvd., Sunday, Aug. 7, 5:20 p.m.: A woman shoplifted cleaning supplies from a store. Stolen from various cars in various blocks: Four GPS, headphones, two iPods, a laptop, computer equipment, luggage, a camera and personal papers.

City delays bridge closing The city Department of Transportation has delayed the closing of the Fort Avenue Bridge till Monday, Aug. 22. The bridge is being closed for replacement and will be closed for 10 months to 1 year. The announced completion date for the bridge replacement project is June 1, 2012. Motorists may use Andre Street or McComas Street to get in and out of Locust Point while the bridge is closed. DOT and CSX, the company that runs trains through the Locust Point rail yard, are working on a system to send text messages to Locust Pointers’ cell phones when a train is blocking both Andre and McComas St. The system is not yet operational, said DOT spokeswoman Tia Waddy.

Bus detour

The MTA number 1 bus, which travels through Locust Point south of the bridge will be rerouted beginning Aug. 22, according to MTA spokesman John Milton Wesley. The bus will travel on Fort Avenue south to Lawrence Street, then onto Key Highway East to Nicholson Street, then right on Hull Street and back to Fort Avenue. For info and updates check, or on Twitter, @fortavebridge. The Baltimore Guide will print periodic progress updates through the months the bridge is closed.





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The suspects, whom police did not identify, drove up in a red pickup truck and dumped a load of junk from a rental property about five yards from the fence. They were “brazen,” said Jason Filippou, executive director of Greektown CDC. “They dumped in plain view of community advocates, police and a city councilman.” “I know they saw us, because they were watching the kids at the face painting table,” said Barbara Dawson, president of GGNA. “I thought, ‘what in the world is going on?’” Then Dawson saw Officer Chuck Connolly, Greektown’s foot patrolman, crawl through a gap in the fence, followed by the rest of the police at the cookout, the city councilman, and several of the cookout guests. They identified themselves to the dumpers, who protested that they were not doing anything wrong because the landlord who hired them told them to dump the trash there. The police politely told the suspects that they were mistaken and ordered them to put the junk back on the truck. Meanwhile, Jim Kraft, the city councilman, ran a check on the truck’s license tags and found that they had

been suspended—so police called a tow truck to take the pickup to the impound lot. “Don’t take my truck, man!” wailed one suspect. “I need my truck.” “I don’t know what they were thinking,” said Dawson. “They saw us, and they had to know we could see them.” Once the junk was back on the truck, police wrote out a citation for dumping. The fine for the amount of junk the suspects dumped is $250. One of the suspects said that a landlord had hired them and paid them $100 to clear out a rental apartment. He said the landlord had taken them to the site and told them to drop the trash there. “We aren’t doing anything wrong,” he protested. “[The landlord] told us to bring it here.” Piles of smashed furniture, old rugs, bags of garbage and other trash are a common sight around the city. Few dumpers get caught, and fewer are prosecuted. But dumping a pickup truck full of assorted junk at a city landfill is free, as long as the dumpers are city residents, and they are not dumping hazardous materials or building debris. So the suspects could have kept their $100 by driving the junk to the

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Eastern Sanitation Yard in Bowley’s Quarters and dumping it there. “I think they were confident that nothing was going to happen to them,” said Dawson. Police had one more unpleasant surprise for the suspects—they spent the night in jail. “I don’t think they thought they would go to jail, either,” said Dawson. “I think they thought they would pay a fine and that would be it…I am ecstatic the police made them clean up their

mess before taking them downtown.” “I hope this instance helps shine a light on a problem that has been plaguing our neighborhoods for years,” said Filippou. “It’s unfortunate—for them, anyway—that they picked Greektown to dump their trash,” said Lt. Timothy O’Connell of the Southeastern District. “The community there is actively involved in reporting and deterring crime.”

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Parents can get new titles for kids at book swap by MARY HELEN SPRECHER Children’s clothes, children’s toys, children’s shoes. Some things are just always being outgrown. Now, add one more thing to the list: children’s books. No matter how much they liked “Goodnight Moon” and “Clifford The Big Red Dog,” there comes a time when they’re ready for more grownup fare. Say, Nancy Drew. Judy Blume. The “Twilight” series. Harry Potter. The Southeast Anchor Library is giving parents the chance to trade out kids’ old books for something they haven’t read yet — and to pass those well-read books along to someone new. The Children’s Book Swap will be held on Tuesday, August 23, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the library, located at 3601 Eastern Avenue. Books appropriate for ages 3-12 will be accepted. Advance drop-off of books at the library will be accepted on Saturday, August 20 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m, and on Monday, August 22 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Books may also be brought in to trade on


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You have goals. We have opportunities. The best people make Erickson a great place to work. Come join us at Oak Crest where what sets us apart from other companies is our mission, values, and our focus on caring and serving our residents and fellow employees. When you work in our Skilled/LTC or Household Model Assisted Living departments, you will find we are all about enriching the lives of our residents while doing the same for our employees. In fact, our mission is to share our gifts to create communities that celebrate life. So, share our phenomenal growth and connect with people truly interested in our success and yours!

UPCOMING OPEN HOUSE • August 22, 2011 1:00 - 3:30 pm • Renaissance Gardens Bldg. Positions Available (flex/all shifts available): Registered Nurses (Job ID 24069) • Licensed Practical Nurses (Job ID 24068) Household Associates (Job ID 15061) • Geriatric Nursing Assistants (Job ID 15625) At least 1year work related experience and MD license required for all positions If you would like to become part of this DYNAMIC TEAM, please send your resume in confidence with cover letter and salary requirements to: (choose Parkville location), specify Job ID# or pick up an application form at the gate, fill out and send to Oak Crest, 8800 Walther Blvd., Parkville MD 21234

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August 10, 2011 - The Baltimore Guide  

August 10, 2011 - The Baltimore Guide