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Robbers luring victims with Craigslist, police warn BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Craigslist, the online classified website, is a free and handy way to sell or buy stuff. Problem is, it’s also a free and handy way for people to scam or rob you. The Baltimore Police Department has sent out an advisory to warn people to deal carefully with buyers and sellers on Craigslist and other online classified sites. “We’ve had several of these incidents occur in the past few weeks,” says Det. Jeremy Silbert, a department spokesman. Here’s a scenario: Someone lists a dirt bike, motorcycle or other attractive item on Craigslist. After some back-and-forth over e-mail, seller and buyer arrange a

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You could almost hear the crickets chirping around town as lonely volunteers worked the polls at city precincts. At Patterson High School (above), only 21 voters had shown up by 8:33 a.m. “We’ve seen more dogs passing by than people,” said Rick Ferguson, a Jody Landers volunteer at the Hatton Center poll in Canton. Photo by Jacqueline Watts

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their minds. We didn’t come out here sharp. We didn’t come out here focused. It was a quick wake-up call.” Despite a valiant effort from quarterback Craig Oliver, who finished with 231 passing yards and four touchdowns (175 yards and three touchdowns went to receiver Pete Carter), the Clippers weren’t able to pull out the game against CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

Bicycles are an economical way form of transit — until the cyclist has to buy a new bicycle to replace one that was stolen. A rash of bicycle thefts has taken place over the last two weeks in the Southeastern District. In most cases, cycles were left unsecured and unattended. Many were last seen leaning against front steps or parked in back yards of houses. Some were left on car-mounted racks or in the back of pickups. Police are reminding cyclists to CONTINUED ON PAGE 2

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invest in good locks, and to lock the bicycle through the frame rather than through a front wheel, which can be detached. Bicycles should be locked to a permanent structure, or (more likely to keep them safe) brought inside when not in use. A sampling of the crimes are as follows. Unless otherwise noted, police reports did not contain information noting the bikes had been locked at the time. No report noted that bikes were engraved or contained ownership information. In addition to the incidents shown below, two bicycles were reported as having been taken out of the beds of pickups or off the racks placed on cars. S. Grundy Street, 800 block, September 11, 11 a.m. Someone cut the chain off a scooter and took it. S. President Street, 700 block, September 10, 1 p.m. Someone stole two Trek mountain bike tires. Gough Street, 1700 block, September 9, 6:30 a.m. Someone broke a lock on a gate and stole two unlocked bicycles. S. Durham Street, 500 block, September 7, 10 a.m. Someone took a a bike from a back yard. A second bike was stolen from the same block on September 6.

S. Grundy Street, 500 block, September 5, 1 p.m. Someone stole a bicycle outside a house and left it unlocked. It was missing when the owner returned for it. S. Baylis Street, 1100 block, September 4, 11 a.m. Someone took a bicycle off a back deck. Fleet Street, 2300 block, September 2, 8:45 a.m. Someone stole a mountain bike after cutting the lock. Boston Street, 2800 block, September 3, 11 a.m. Maroon Wildwood Diamondback men’s bike with clip-on front (valued at $280.49). Someone cut the chain off this bike, which had been left in a garage. Fleet Street, 2300 block, September 2, 8:45 a.m. A man told police he had left his bike locked to some steps and that someone had cut the cable and ridden away with the bicycle. S. Castle Street, unit block, September 1, 3 p.m. Someone stole a mountain bike out of a woman’s back yard. The gate had been locked, but the bike had not. The bike was described as a grey Schwinn mountain bike valued at $300. S. Baylis Street, 900 block, August 29, 10:30 p.m. Someone entered a yard

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I know a few Steelers fans in town, and seriously, my sympathy to them, but wasn’t that just about the best football game you have ever seen? Didn’t it feel good after the Steelers’ ate the Ravens lunch during the fourth quarter of last year’s playoff game? The Ravens put quite a bit of strut in the municipal step on Sunday, crushing the Steelers in every aspect of the game. James Harrison, the Steelers’ fearsome, or thuggy, depending on whom you ask, linebacker, was flung around the field by Bryant McKinnie, the massive offensive lineman who was supposed to be washed up when the Vikings released him. Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers’ lecherous quarterback, spent half the game on his back, thanks to Terrell Suggs and Haloti Ngata, and the other half slouching back to the bench in disgust after throwing the ball to Ed Reed—who is on the wrong team as far as Big Ben’s concerned. Troy Polamalu, the Steelers’ cornerback with the luxurious locks, got his hair pulled. Honestly. Polamalu was in the process of trying to pull off Ray Rice’s leg, and got his hair pulled. A fight ensued, a ref hit the dirt. It was classic Ravens-Steelers football, except this time it was the Ravens dominating the action. And all over town we Baltimorons strutted, cheered, bumped fists and performed little touchdown dances. We are Ravens maniacs. We wear purple on Fridays. We feel taller, thinner, richer, smarter and altogether superior to Pittsburghers—at least until the rematch in November. Meanwhile, a few blocks north of M&T Stadium, the faithful file into Camden Yards with all the joyful anticipation of a patient needing a root canal. Because the Orioles, who were once, long ago, dependably in the hunt in the American League East, are now perpetually locked in its cellar. This month the Orioles are in the middle of their annual struggle to lose

fewer than 100 games. As of Monday, our O’s were 58-87 with 17 games left to play. Chances are they will succeed. They will lose 95 or 96 games. The yardstick for Orioles’ success these days is a winning percentage above .400. Ick. Here’s hoping the Miller Lite Slouch Hat promotion continues to pack ‘em in at Oriole Park, because the games are about as attractive as a staph infection. There are a few engaging guys on the field--watching Adam Jones is always a pleasure, at bat or in the field. Nick Markakis is one of the best in right field, and he just flat-out knows how to play the game. JJ Hardy is welcome at shortstop. Mark Reynolds strikes out a whole lot, and he makes a whole lot of errors at third, but you know what? He’s better than what we had. And that’s a problem. The Orioles’ management--and chiefly, the man who writes the checks, Peter Angelos--are happy with better, not good. Every year the Orioles’ management cruises the baseball equivalent of the dollar store aisles for a cheap free-agent designated hitter or

cut-rate relief pitcher, and every year, the poor man is introduced at Orioles Fan Fest as the man who will deliver the Birds to a better-than .500 record. And every year since 1996 the Orioles have failed. And our shoulders grow rounder, and our steps more tentative. Sooner or later we will stop believing that the team will ever win. Rumor has it that Andy MacPhail, the Orioles’ general manager, will be shown the door in October. But it’s not Andy’s fault--he’s hamstrung by the ownership’s refusal to spend to get a winner and its refusal to build an effective farm system--which also costs money. You could argue that the NFL has money to burn, and the NCAA serves as the farm system, and that’s why the Ravens can field a good, and sometimes a great, team year after year. But it doesn’t explain the Raiders, the Browns, the Rams and some others, teams that are consistently subpar because they’re poorly managed. The Orioles are also poorly managed--but the problem is in the Warehouse, not the dugout. Thanks, Ravens, for bringing life back to the city’s sports scene.


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brought to purchase the bike. “Online, you don’t know who you’re meeting,” says Silbert. So you need to be careful. Here’s another scenario: Seller posts an item—a dirt bike, motorcycle, some item too large to ship in the mail or on UPS— on Craigslist. Buyer calls, says he’s from out of town, and doesn’t have transportation. Can the seller bring the dirt bike to him? He has cash and can pay on the spot. Here’s what happened to three New Jer-

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someone with you. Meet in a public place with lots of people around.” And try to deal locally if you possibly can. That way, you know where to meet and when it is safest. Don’t assume that a sale offered out-of-town will be better or safer. Similar thefts and robberies are happening elsewhere. “It’s not just Baltimore,” says Silbert. “It’s happening all over the country.” The police have several suggestions for people planning to meet for an online purchase: • Meet in a public spot preferably where there are surveillance cameras or a larger number of witnesses around. • Do not bring cash with you. • Do not allow the seller into your vehicle. • Tell a friend or family member where you are going and consider having them accompany you. Info: Baltimore Police Department, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Baltimore-Police-Department

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Oyster season returns, and Ryleigh’s is ready to help you live the life BY MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Kids who have to go back to school might disagree, but we think September absolutely rocks. After all, it marks the end of the traditional oyster drought (May to August). Originally, oysters weren’t eaten in months containing “R” because those were the hot months, and in the days before refrigeration (and great medical care), spoiled oysters were a bigger health risk than they were worth. These days, many still refrain from eating oysters in those non-R months because of (a) good old tradition, and (b) the fact that many oysters spawn in the summer and according to some foodies, they just aren’t as good during those months. Because of the advent of farm-raised oysters, however, and those imported from warmer waters, it’s possible to enjoy oysters throughout the year. Whatever. We wanted oysters. That was why, on a rainy Friday, we found ourselves bellying up to Ryleigh’s Oyster Bar at 36 E. Cross Street in Federal Hill. Ryleigh’s has a bar and an open dining area with enormous windows overlooking the street. There’s also a loft and wine bar. We went for the dining area where we could watch the rain fall but remain sheltered, and we settled in for a bivalve feast. We started with a half-dozen steamed oysters ($12). They were diminutive and attractively presented, with the shells pillowed on sea salt, and presented with garlic caper butter (another option is the roasted tomato butter). For main courses, we enjoyed the Oyster Loaf Sandwich ($11), panko encrusted fried oysters with bacon, excellent tartar sauce, lettuce and tomato on a rounded loaf, served with chips. The oysters, Ed said, were perfectly done — crunchy on the outside and tender inside.

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TO MARKET, TO MARKET-Did you miss the flea market in Patterson Park? Some other markets are planned, and good deals await. See the calendar. Photo by Anna Santana

Items for Community Calendar can be mailed to The Baltimore Guide at 526 S. Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD 21224, faxed to 410-732-6604, or emailed to newsroom@baltimoreguide. com. Deadline for each week’s issue is Friday at noon of the week before. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Fells Prospect: Fells Prospect Community Association meets on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, 420 Chester Street. Info: katecrichardson@gmail.com. Law Workshops: The Community Law Center holds educational workshops for community associations and nonprofit organization leaders. Among the topics are: How to Start and Maintain a Nonprofit Organization, Basic Budgeting and Financial Statements for Nonprofits, and the Dos & Don’ts of Buying, Selling, Leasing and Rehabilitating Property for Your Nonprofit. Info on dates, times and locations: Community Law Center 410366-0922, mail@communitylaw.org, http://communitylaw.org/ Happy Hour: Join the Friends of Patterson Park for a happy hour at the Field House, 2400 Boston Street, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14. Drink specials starting 6 p.m., $10 at the door. Free Classes: The following free classes are offered at Patterson Park Public Charter School, 27 N. Lakewood Avenue. Info on all: Dr. Liz Obara 410-558-1230 ext. 374, LObara@pppcs.org Pre-GED on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Sept. 15Nov. 22. Beginner Spanish on Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Sept. 14—Nov. 21. Intermediate Spanish on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. ,

Sept. 15-Nov. 22. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 Police and Community: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council meets on the third Thursday of each month. The next will be on Thursday, Sept. 15, with buffet opening at 6:30 p.m. at the Southern District Police Station, 10 Cherry Hill Road. Sign up now to host the buffet. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443-831-0538, www. sdpcrc.org. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 Local Trade: On Friday, Sept. 16, the Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Avenue, hosts a free program about green currency with a 6:30 p.m. market and 8 p.m. theater program. Info: http://baltimoregreencurrency.org. Three Tall Women: Fells Point Corner Theater offers the Edward Albee play, “Three Tall Women,” from Friday, Sept. 16 to Sunday, Oct. 16. Info/tickets: www. fpct.org. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Block Party: Westport has a block party and flea market on Saturday, Sept. 17, noon6 p.m. at Westport Academy Field on Waterview Ave. Info on block party: Keisha Allen kdja75@aol.com, 443-995-0814. Walk For A Cure: A Walk for the Cure for Huntingdon’s Disease (Chorea) is held at CCBC Dundalk at 9 a.m. on Sept. 17. Info: George Taylor 443-992-2058, hdteamhopebaltimore@hotmail.com. Colgate News: The Colgate Improvement Association meets on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 2 p.m. at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church. Join The Circus: The Vagabond Players, Inc. 806 S. Broadway in Fells Point, hold auditions on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 2 p.m., and Sunday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. for its circusthemed Free Fall program. Seeking clowns, jugglers, musicians, magicians, mimes and more to perform on selected Saturdays in October. Info: 410-488-2404. Civil War Buffs: The Mount Clare Museum and Stable, 1500 Washington Blvd. in Carroll Park, has a special exhibit on “Personal Accounts of the Civil War Experience.” A lecture series continues Sept. 17 at noon, reservations required. Lecture fee $5 or the series for $35. Info: www.mountclare. org, 410-837-3262. Comedy at Curley: Archbishop Curley High School, 3701 Sinclair Lane, has a comedy night on Saturday, Sept. 17, oepning 7:30 p.m. with show at 9 p.m.; includies beer, wine and set-ups. $25 advance; $30 door.Info/tickets: www.archbishopcurley. org, 410-485-5000. Flea Markets: Westport has a block party and flea market on Saturday, Sept. 17, noon6 p.m. at Westport Academy Field on Waterview Ave. Info on flea market, table reservations, etc: Mike Eanes 410-370-6224, eanes74@aol.com. The Colgate Improvement Association has a flea market on Saturday, Sept. 17, 8 a.m.-noon at St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7834 Eastern Avenue, $10 per space, BYO table. Info: Michele Hyland, ciasecretary@ gmail.com. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 8212

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Feasts and Roasts: American Legion Auxiliary will host a crab feast Saturday, Sept. 17, 7-11 p.m. at the Legion hall at 3300 Dundalk Ave. Tickets are $30. For tickets call Joyce, 410-284-3036. St. Casimir hosts a crab feast on Sunday, Sept. 18, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. at the upper hall of Kolbe Center, $38/person, tables of 8 available, wheels, raffles and games. Info/tickets: Clare 410342-2681, cglenn@stcasimirschool.us. The Allen Center, 1404 S. Charles St., holds a crab feast for its seniors on Wednesday, Sept. 21, noon-2 p.m. Cost is $13. Info: 410-685-6224. Note: This is a corrected date. The Optimist Club of Dundalk holds its bull and oyster roast on Friday, Sept. 23 at the UAW Hall, 1010 S. Oldham Street, 7 p.m.-11 p.m., $35/person. Info/tickets: Shirley 410285-3899. St. Andrew’s Orthodox Church, Chester and Lombard streets, has a crab feast on Sunday, Sept. 25, starting 11:30 a.m., with last seating at 1 p.m. $30/ person, no tickets at the door. Reserve by Friday. Info: Fr. Ted 410-276-3422. Crime Prevention: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council holds COP walks as follows. Note: Unless otherwise specified, all walks are 7 p.m. Check the website for rules and policies, and for weather-related cancellations of walks. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443-831-0538, www.sdpcrc.org. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 6:30 p.m., Carrollton Ridge: meet at the Samuel F. B. Morse Recreation Center, Pulaski and Ashton Sts Monday, Sept. 19, Hollins Roundhouse: meet at the Black Cherry Puppet Theater, 1115 Hollins St Tuesday, Sept. 20, Curtis Bay: meet at the Curtis Bay Recreation Center, Curtis Ave and Filbert St Wednesday, Sept. 21, Locust Point: TBA Thursday, Sept. 22, Federal Hill/Federal Hill South: meet at Porter’s Pub, Riverside Ave and E Cross St. Bingo! St Brigid’s Sodality, 900 S. East Avenue, has Thursday, Sept. 15, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. $10 for lunch and your package, Info: 410-563-1717. United Evangelical Church has bingo on Friday, Sept. 23. Doors open at 5:15 p.m. with games at 6 p.m. 20 games for $10.00. Bring a non-perishable food item and be entered to win a special prize. Food and desserts sold. Info: 443-676-9957.

Philadelphia Road in Rosedale, has a flea market on Saturday, Sept. 17, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Spaces are $10. Info/reservations: 410866-8766, www.princeofpeace-md.org. St. Rita Church on Dunleer Avenue, Dundalk, has a flea market on its parking lot on Saturday, Sept. 17, rain or shine, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Spaces are $10 alone, $15 with table. Info: Dolores 410-282-5167. Bar Crawl: Be on the alert for increased car and pedestrian traffic on Saturday, Sept. 17, 1 p.m.-9 p.m. as a bar crawl is held in Canton. Info: contact@lindypromo.com. Special Theater: “The Sky is the Limit” Creative Arts program, for youth and adults with and without disabilities, has auditions for “Babes in Toyland” on Saturday, Sept. 17, 1 p.m.-3 p.m., and Monday, Sept. 19, 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. at the North Point Government Center, 7701 Wise Avenue, Dundalk. Show in late November and early December. Info: 410-887-5370 or 410-887-5319 (TT/Deaf). TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 Overeaters Anonymous: OA, with a 12-step program, holds meetings on Tuesdays, noon-1 p.m. at St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7834 Eastern Ave. Info: Bob 410-335-7748, www.oa.org. Meeting: The Baltimore American Indian Center, 113 S. Broadway, meets on Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 Breaking News from Banner: The following events are taking place in Banner Neighborhoods. Info: 410-

585-8810 ext. 104, beth.myers@bannerneighborhoods.org, www.bannerneighborhoods.org Wednesday, Sept. 21: McElderry Park Community Meeting at Prince of Peace, 600 N. Linwood Ave., 6 p.m. (Note new location). Graceland Park: Graceland Park Improvement Association meets on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7 p.m. at the Graceland United Methodist Church, 6714 Youngstown Avenue. Info: Mr. Babe Grabowski 410-288-4046, gpiamd@verizon.net. Healing Prayers: Salem Lutheran Church 1530 Battery Avenue, has a service of prayer and healing. All are invited to worship by candlelight on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 6:30 p.m. Info: Facebook or at salemsouthbaltimore.org. MARK THE CALENDAR... Need Firewood or Kindling? Mark Supik & Co. has a lot of extra scrap wood and wants it to go to someone with a woodstove or who needs some hardwood to burn. They have bags of clean wood shavings too, all ready for pick up in Highlandtown. Info: mark@marksupikco.com. Entertainment Books: Forview Soccer is selling Entertainment Books, $30/book. Info: Larry Vallerani 410-633-6672. Let’s Dance: Our Lady of Fatima Dance Club has eight weeks of dance lessons for a total of $20/person, starting on Monday, Sept. 26 and running until Monday, Nov. 28, 7 p.m.-9:15 p.m. in the former school hall at 6400 E. Pratt Street at Kane Street. Info: Tommy Thomas 443-969-4361.


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A taxi driver is recovering from gunshot wounds following a weekend holdup in the Patterson Park area. According to police reports, the victim, listed only as a 45-year-old man, was driving his cab on Saturday shortly before 9 p.m. when he picked up two passengers, described only as black men. They asked to be taken to the 200 block of N. Streeper Street. When the driver arrived at the destination, the passengers pulled guns and demanded the driver’s cell phone and cash. The driver provided the cash, and the suspects shot him in the back of the neck, then got out of the taxi and fled.

The driver was able to drive to a convenience store at the intersection of Fayette Street and Highland Avenue, where police were called. The driver was taken to a local hospital and is reported to be in stable condition. Those with information on the incident can contact the Southeastern District Detective Unit at 410-396-2422, and ask for one of the shooting detectives on duty. Callers also can anonymously contact Metro CrimeStoppers at 866-7-LOCKUP (866-756-2587). Text messages can also be sent to Metro CrimeStoppers by sending to CRIMES (274637) and then entering the message starting with MCS.

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Roll up your sleeve and take a deep breath. Fall is here, and that means flu shots. In previous flu seasons, the H1N1strain of flu was a big fear; however, this year, say Baltimore Health Department officials, the flu shot individuals will receive will be a combination vaccine which will also guard against H1N1 as well as other flu strains. Note: medicare part B will pay for the vaccine, but recipients must bring their Medicare card. The drive to fell the flu kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at “Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day,” which runs from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the University of Maryland, 22 S. Greene Street. After that, the schedule continues with flu vaccine clinics as follows: Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2 p.m.-6:30 p.m., UniversityCare at Edmondson Village, 4538 Edmondson Avenue. Thursday, Oct. 7, 4 p.m.-7 p.m. , St. Patrick’s Hall, 1728 Bank Street. Friday, Oct. 8, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Enoch Pratt Free Library, 400 Cathedral Street. (Also on Friday, Nov. 12, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.). Tuesday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Cherry Hill Senior Center, 606 Cherry Hill Road. Thursday, Oct. 14, 2 p.m.-6 p.m., Zeta Senior Center, 4501 Reisterstown Road. Friday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Waxter Senior Center, 1000 Cathedral Street. (Also on Friday, Dec. 3, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.). Saturday, Oct. 16, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Bethel

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Thriller: Digital Harbor beats Patterson in the last minute of a two-day game BY JASON BUTT SPORTS@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Dominic Barnes got up every time he was knocked down. The Digital Harbor quarterback’s offensive line was outsized against Patterson and gave up a total of 11 sacks. But each hit Barnes took a hit he shrugged off. There were a few times he had to sit out plays -twice on Saturday and once on Monday. He played through pain in his shoulder and groin. But nothing was keeping him from giving Digital Harbor its biggest win in recent years -- a 35-34 victory over Patterson that took two days to play. “Dominic’s a gamer,” said Digital Harbor coach Keith Rudolph. “It’s going to take a serious injury to get this boy out of the game. It’s going to take a nation of millions to hold him back.” Despite the sack total, Barnes gashed the Patterson defense time and time again. He finished with 177 rushing yards and two touchdowns -- of 60 and 51 yards -- on 24 carries. Take away the yardage lost from the 11 sacks and he would have finished with with 257 yards on the ground. Barnes, a senior basketball standout who is playing high school football for the first time, has been a big help to a team that finished 1-9 a year ago. Ankle injuries prevented him from playing football the past Quarterback Dominic Barnes helped carry the Rams to victory over crosstown two seasons. “We worked too hard over the summer rival Patterson. Photo by Jason Butt

and in practice this past week,” Barnes said. “We wanted this game really bad. Plus, the players that played last year wanted it bad.” But Barnes didn’t do all of his damage against Patterson with his legs. He also completed seven of 13 passes for 101 yards and a touchdown. Barnes accounted for 278 of Digital Harbor’s 348 total yards, meaning he was 80 percent of the offensive output. “It shows his talent,” Rudolph said. “He is gifted. The young man Dominic Barnes is playing on another level. This is his first year playing high school football. I’m happy it’s with us.” After lightning suspended the game with 8:01 left in the third quarter on Saturday, Digital Harbor opened sluggish on Monday. The Clippers jumped out to a 34-21 lead with 4:01 remaining in the fourth quarter. That’s when Barnes took over. On the Rams’ first play from scrimmage, Barnes heaved a 50-yard pass over the Patterson secondary to receiver Devante Conyers for a touchdown. Barnes ran the 2-point conversion in to cut Patterson’s lead to 34-29. After the defense forced a three-and-out and a punt, Barnes went back to work, this time evading tacklers on a third-and-9 en route to a 51-yard rushing touchdown. This put Digital Harbor ahead 35-34 and gave the Rams a thrilling win. “Sometimes you just can’t get me,” Barnes said. “I just find ways to get out of it, stay on my feet and find open gaps.”

Dunbar forced to forfeit due to ineligible players BY JASON BUTT SPORTS@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Dunbar was forced to forfeit its game against Southwestern on Saturday because too many Poets were ineligible to play the game. The players were suspended for leaving the bench and brawling at the end of last week’s game against Dunbar (D.C.) in the I-95

Kickoff Classic. There were not enough available players for the Poets to play with, according to coach Lawrence Smith. “The thing is, you do things and you’ve got to deal with the consequences,” Smith told the Baltimore Sun. “It’s a loss, but we’ll rebound from it. It’s a life lesson for the kids. These kids, they go on and some of

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them play in college and they will always remember this and learn from it and you hope they will use better judgement in the future.” The Poets (1-1) will have all of their players back for this Saturday’s ga me aga inst City College. Southwestern (2-0) earned its second win of the season, having defeated Lake Clifton 26-6 in the opening

week. The game officially went into the record books as a 2-0 Southwestern victory. The brawl with Dunbar (D.C.) came with 4:33 remaining in regulation and with the Poets up 22-8. Both teams’ benches cleared, resulting in automatic suspensions for those who ran onto the field.

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By Andrew Mindzak With the way things have been going down in Baltimore this baseball season, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tough to ďŹ nd any bright spots with a team whose 58-88 record is worst in the American League. But donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry, there is one glaring bright spot down in Baltimore. Hey, at least they didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sign Manny Ramirez this offseason! It was nearly impossible for Matt Wieters to live up to all of the hype surrounding his call-up two seasons ago, but he has been improving steadily. So far this year, he is hitting .260 with 18 home runs and 59 runs batted in. The 25-year-old catcher from South Carolina has already surpassed his numbers from 2010, and his batting average is .011 points better, but those numbers are only half of the story. Defensively, Wieters has actually been better than advertised. The lone Oriole All-Star this season, Wieters has made only four errors behind the plate and has allowed only one passed ball. With

the pitchers he has been working with, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pretty impressive. Wieters has caught 31 would be base stealers this year out of 83 attempts, good for 37 percent, also a career best so far. One other note that goes unnoticed is that Baltimore pitchers have thrown an American League low 27 wild pitches. Thanks to Wieters behind the plate, many of those balls in the dirt that would be wild pitches were stopped. That number is even more impressive when you realize how many pitchers Wieters has had to deal with this season. With all of that in mind, I think you can say Wieters is most deserving of his ďŹ rst Gold Glove this year. Wieters just ďŹ nished up a nice August, as he hit .302 for the month with ďŹ ve home runs and 15 RBI, but that pales in comparison to this next stat. Where Wieters really excels is hitting with runners in scoring position. This year, he is hitting .337 in his 98 at bats with runners in

Wieters has always swung the bat, but this season he has become a force behind the plate. (Photo by Todd Karpovich)

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the Rams, falling 35-34. Last year’s score was drastically different, with the Clippers blowing Digital Harbor out 64-20. Digital Harbor’s game plan was to keep Oliver from making plays with his legs, and the Rams succeeded. Oliver was held to minus-22 yards on the ground as the Clippers only managed 22 total positive rushing yards. Oliver was also forced to play through pain as he sustained bruised ribs in the first half of the game on Saturday. “We relied on (Oliver) to throw the ball because we couldn’t run the ball,” Johnson said. “He made some nice anticipation throws and took some shots. That was the big thing. He hung in there and threw the ball, knowing he was going to get hit. A lot of quarterbacks won’t do that.” Johnson said it’s back to the drawing board when practice resumes on Wednesday. He said his offensive line was exposed by Digital Harbor and that he’ll have to re-evaluate who plays on the unit. He said the same thing about the defense in general. “I’m going to try to find the best 11 tack-

lers, the best five or six blockers,” Johnson said. “It’s back to basics. Right now we’re 1-1 and that’s the way we have to approach it.” While Johnson wasn’t pleased with Patterson’s missed tackles on Barnes, Rams cornerback and receiver Devante Conyers said there was a big emphasis on wrapping up Oliver this week. “We watched film when (Oliver) played (Archbishop) Curley and Curley was arm tackling,” Conyers said. “We practiced all week, just tackle, tackle. You can’t arm tackle him because he’s a strong guy.” Though it could be easy to dwell on the loss, Johnson said he has to keep his team in the right direction. “We can’t think of the what-ifs,” Johnson said. “As coaches, we can’t allow the players to do that. We can’t look back. The loss stings, it hurts a little bit. But we have to move forward.” The game was originally scheduled for last Friday but was moved to Saturday and at Poly due to Tropical Storm Lee. With 8:01 left in the third quarter on Saturday, lightning was spotted, which ultimately suspended the game until Monday.

The refs called the game Saturday night with 6:69 left in the third quarter and Patterson behind, 21-14. The Clippers sailed to a 34-21 lead Monday with a little more than three minutes to go in the fourth quarter, but then it was the Rams’ turn for a comeback. The final score was 35-34, Digital Harbor. Photo by Jason Butt

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Robbery

N. Curley Street, 100 block, September

10, 12:42 a.m. A man told police he was parking his 10-year-old Chevy Impala when he looked up to ďŹ nd a second man pointing a gun at him and saying, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Give me the keys.â&#x20AC;? The driver surrendered his keys and got out of his car, and the suspect drove off, accompanied by a second suspect. Elrino Street, 1500 block, September 6, 9:25 a.m. A woman told police she had just dropped her daughter off at daycare and was walking along talking on her cell phone when a man grabbed her phone and ordered her to give up money. She handed him $221 cash and he gave her back her phone, then ďŹ&#x201A;ed. E. Baltimore Street, 2600 block, September 3, 5:10 a.m. A man told police he was approached by four men who beat him with a stick and robbed him of his wallet, cell phones and shoes.

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E. Lombard Street, 3700 block, September 10, 2:30 a.m. A man told police he and his girlfriend were leaving a bar when they saw some people involved in a street ďŹ ght. The couple told one of the individuals involved in the ďŹ ght (whom they did not know) to get into their car so they could take him home. When they dropped him off, another man approached the unknown person and hit him in the nose, then ran into a house. Police arrested the suspect. A suspect from the street ďŹ ght, known only as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nagroâ&#x20AC;? is also being sought. Aliceanna Street, 1000 block, September 8, 9:57 p.m. A man told police he was in a restaurant when he noticed two men were arguing. One pulled a gun on the other, then the suspect left the premises. The victim, who had drunk 8 to 10 beers while in the restaurant, said he had asked the assailant to borrow his cell phone, and had dropped it, causing the argument. S. Broadway, 200 block, September 8, 9:18 p.m. A man told police a second Burglary man had asked him for a cigarette. When S. Broadway, 200 block, September 7, the ďŹ rst man said he had none, the sec- 9:25 a.m. Someone pushed the window

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Federal Hill at the top of its game Final festival of fall season hits the streets this weekend BY MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

The days of beer in go-cups, arts and crafts and live music are coming rapidly to a close. Federal Hill Main Street is ready to wave goodbye to the summer of 2011with its Street Beat Festival. The festival will be held this Sunday, September 18, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. in the area around the Cross Street Market. And yes, it goes on rain or shine. Not that anyone even wants to think about any more precipitation. Jane Seebold, executive director of FHMS, is remaining resolutely optimistic and concentrating on what’s on the schedule for the area’s final fest of the season. “We’ve saved the best for last,” she notes. The agenda includes live music on three stages all day. Bands include The Pietasters (Seebold describes them as “a DC favorite with a large following”), Baltimore’s own Nelly’s Echo, Cris Jacobs, John Gros and Friends (Gross may already be known to music lovers as part of Papa Grows Funk from New Orleans), the Jenny Leigh Band (a Federal Hill resident), Jamie McLean, the Soul Island Rebels, School of Rock All-stars, and several others. “Our vending area continues to expand, with more than 60 participating,” adds Seebold. “This year’s arts and crafts include everything from original

sculpture and photography to handcrafted jewelry and unique accessories. There are also going to be plants and hand-made soaps for sale.” The festival is wildly popular, she adds, because it comes as a break at a welcome time — after kids have started back to school, but before the weather turns inhospitable. “This is one festival everyone loves,” she notes. Volunteers are needed in various capacities at the festival, and Seebold is encouraging all those interested to give her a call or an e-mail at admin@historicfederalhill.org or 410-727-4500. Food offerings include restaurant fare such as paella, flatbread pizza, and cilantro lime chicken tacos to festival favorites such as pit beef, burgers and hot dogs, and funnel cake. For the younger set, Kids’ Kross Street will be in full swing, with face painting, temporary tattoos, moon bounces, games and crafts. A new act in the kids’ area is “The Bubble Lady,” who creates bubbles of all shapes and sizes and provides childfriendly entertainment. (This, Seebold notes, is in addition to the moon bounces, face painting, temporary tattoos, toddler play area, and ‘tween play area). Admission to the festival is free. Those in the area are urged to walk or take the Charm City Circulator in order to avoid increased pedestrian traffic. (Those who do choose

SCENES FROM THE FESTIVAL-Federal Hill Main Street says “Beat It” to summer with its Street Beat Festival this weekend. According to executive director Jane Seebold, the event is one of the most popular of the year. Photos courtesy of Federal Hill Main Street

to drive should be able to access the nearby public garages). “Come on out,” Seebold encourages residents. “It’s always fun.” Note: Federal Hill Main Street has its Street Beat Festival on Sunday, Sept.

18, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. in the area around the Cross Street Market. Info: 410-727-4500, www.historicfederalhill.org, http://historicallyhipfederalhill. blogspot.com/ The organization also has a Facebook presence.


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Neighborhood Watch

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Robbery

700 block E. Fort Ave., Sunday, Sept. 4, 3

a.m.: Three men assaulted a drunken man and stole his wallet and cell phone. The victim refused treatment. 1200 block W. Pratt St., Monday, Sept. 5, 12:40 p.m.: A group of 5-7 men accosted another man, rifled his pockets and stole his bank card. 500 block S. Monroe St., Tuesday, Sept. 6, 4:20 p.m.: A man was standing in a parking lot when he felt a hard object pressed to his temple. A man told him to “give me the money.” The victim swung round, grabbed the victim’s hand and pushed the gun toward the sky, then pushed the suspect. The suspect fled. The victim suffered scratches but refused medical treatment. 200 block S. Fulton Ave., Tuesday, Sept 6, 4:22 p.m.: A man held up a grocery store at gunpoint. He held a black revolver and

THE BALTIMORE GUIDE 21 1100 block W. Lombard St., Saturday,

Sept. 10, 3:05 a.m.: A man was arrested MAN FIGHTS OFF for cutting another man. ARMED ROBBER 1000 block S. Hanover St., Saturday, Sept. 10, 9:17 p.m.: A man was hit in the head with a baseball bat said “Give me the money.” He escaped during a fight. He was taken to a with an unknown amount of cash. No one hospital for treatment. was injured. Burglary 800 block Hollins St., Thursday, Sept. 1700 block Byrd St., Sunday, Sept. 4, 5 8, 2:30 p.m.: A man told police he was a.m.: Someone broke into a home and meeting “this guy” to sell his motor- stole cash. cycle through Craigslist. The “buyer” 300 block S. Gilmor St., Sunday, Sept. 4, arrived with two others and asked to 9:59 a.m.: Someone broke into a house hear it start. The buyer then asked but did not steal anything. to ride the bike, and when the seller Unit block S. Calhoun St., Monday, Sept. refused, the buyer began to choke 5, 8 p.m.: Someone tried to break into a him. One of the buyer’s companions house but failed. told the seller to give them the bike Unit block S. Carey St., Tuesday, Sept. 6, or they would shoot him. The victim 8 a.m.: Someone kicked in the rear door gave them the bike. of a house but apparently stole nothing. 700 block Carroll St., Thursday, Sept. 400 block S. Parrish St., Wednesday, 8, 11:10 p.m.: A man pulled a gun and Sept. 7, 10:15 a.m.: Someone got into a stole a store’s receipts plus cash from house through an unlocked second-floor the store employee. window and stole cash. 1200 block Sargeant St., Friday, 800 block McHenry St., Thursday, Sept. 9, 12:30 a.m.: A woman told po- Sept. 8, 12:15 p.m.: Someone broke lice that she was robbed by two men into a house and stole two laptops, a wearing black clothing and ski masks. ring and other jewelry, a knife and an The suspects stole the victim’s purse iPhone. and fled. 1300 block W. Lombard St., ThursAggravated assault day, Sept. 8, 2:30 p.m.: Someone 300 block S. Calhoun St., Monday, Sept. got into a house through the un5, 8:54 p.m.: A man was hit with a brick. locked front door, then damaged a

door and a window on the second floor and stole tools. 1500 block Ramsay St., Saturday, Sept. 10, noon: Someone stole dogs and a cage.

Stolen auto

2000 block Wilhelm St., Friday, Sept. 9,

3:50 a.m.: Someone stole a 2009 Mitsubishi. 200 block E. Montgomery St., Friday, Sept. 9, 10 p.m.: Someone stole a 1995 Jeep.

Larceny

Scott and Ramsay streets, Monday,

Sept. 5, 8:40 p.m.: A man met another man to sell a phone. The “buyer” asked for the SIM card, then grabbed the phone and ran away. 1200 block W. Pratt St., Monday, Sept. 5, 12:10 p.m.: A man was arrested for shoplifting hygiene items. 2700 block Port Covington Dr., Monday, Sept. 5, 6:30 p.m.: A woman was issued a criminal citation for shoplifting earrings. 2700 block Port Covington Dr., Friday, Sept. 9, 1:40 p.m.: A woman was arrested for shoplifting. A man with her escaped. 900 block E. Fort Ave., Friday, Sept. 9, 7:10 p.m.: A iPod was stolen from a locker that, contrary to its obvious purpose, was left unlocked.

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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 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 Messiah Lutheran Church 1025 S. Potomac St., 410-342-4543 Sunday Service 10:30am METHODIST Old Otterbein Methodist 112 W. Conway Street 410-685-4703 Sunday Adult Bible 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

Thomas C. Kougl

On September 8, 2011 Thomas C. Kougl passed away. Born in Baltimore, Maryland September 11, 1946. Mr. Kougl was a maintenance engineer for Maryland General Hospital for 20 years. He is survived by family; Joe and Bridgett Burke and always was a loving Pop Pop to his grandchildren Alex and Rebecca Burke. He sought out to do the best for them. Beloved family friend of Mary and George Miller. His memory is kept alive through many other loving friends. Tom was a lover of the oldies music and was captivated with literature, and his favorite time of year was vacation time when he would travel to Ocean City for Sessions by the Sea. To commemorate his life, a private service will be held in Ocean City.

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Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011

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