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With Roger Wrenn at the helm, Poly wins shootout vs. Patterson BY JASON BUTT SPORTS@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Roger Wrenn’s heart is still with Patterson. Wrenn, the Clippers’ football coach of 32 years, said he still feels as much a part of the Patterson program now as he did when he was coaching. But for the last six years, Wrenn has commanded the sideline at Poly,

after choosing to move on from the school where his legend was created. “It’s hard for me to look across the field and see the blue and white,” Wrenn said. This past Friday, Wrenn’s Engineers clashed with the Clippers and Poly escaped with a 44-34 victory. “We’ve struggled offensively but we’ve been playing real well defensively,” Wrenn

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BY JASON BUTT SPORTS@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM Jesse Billauer still wonders if he could have become a world champion surfer. As a 17-year-old junior surfer in the mid 1990s, Billauer was ranked among the best in the country. But on March 25, 1996, his dream of becoming a competitive professional surfer ended. He was out on the water when the crest of a wave hit him in the back. He flew head-first into a shallow sandbar, leaving his body limp and tingling. A friend pulled him from the water. Billauer was paralyzed from the mid-chest and down. Billauer still wonders whether he could have made it in the sport he loves, but he knows he can’t dwell on what could have been. He would rather focus on the present and what he can control. Billauer, now a motivational speaker, will talk Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Southeast Anchor Library. Two years after his accident, he started the Life Rolls On foundation, which aids those with spinal cord injuries. About three years after the accident, Billauer got back on a surfboard,

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The federal Department of Transportation announced Monday that it is expediting the engineering and environmental impact plans for the $2.2 billion Red Line light rail route from Woodlawn in West Baltimore to Bayview in East Baltimore—exponentially increasing the possibility that the Red Line, long on the drawing board but short on results, might actually be built. But the question remains: do Baltimoreans support the Maryland Transit Administration’s Red Line? It doesn’t depend so much on who, as where you ask about support for the transit line. From downtown east to the corner of Aliceanna and Boston streets, you will get mostly favorable reviews. It should make getting around town easier, cut down on cars on the streets and it’s good for business. Make that little right down Boston Street though, and you run into pretty stiff opposition all the way to Haven Street. East of Haven, once more it makes getting around town easier, cuts down on cars on the streets and it’s good for business. And it’s underground. The epicenter of the opposition is Canton—where the Red Line will rise from its downtown-through-Fells-Point tunnel and veer down the middle of Boston Street above ground. It’s the “above ground” part that has the Cantonites riled. “As it’s planned now it’s going to eliminate at least 200 parking spaces on Boston Street and the landscaped median is going to go away,” said Darryl Jurkiewicz, the president of the Canton Community Association. “You’re not going to be able to cross that part of Boston Street in front of the Can Company.” Dan Tracy lives on Boston Street and likes to call himself “the only Canton guy who’s in favor of the Red Line.” He’s a mem-

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A few odds and ends for consideration excellent point: that the vast majority of citizens of Baltimore are living paycheck to paycheck--or worse, handto-mouth--while the city’s assets are carved up by a very small cadre of politically connected tycoons. Harbor East is a perfect example: the city collects very little tax on that land, which is worth far north of $100 million, because it allowed millions in tax breaks and Payments in Lieu of Taxes and loan guarantees and other comealongs to developers to induce them to do what they were going to do anyway: develop the waterfront. •

Speaking of elections, can we hold the city election and the state election at the same time? Better still, can we hold city, state and federal at the same time? It would save money—but even better, it would keep politicians from taking a free whack at higher office, knowing they can return to City Hall or the State House if they lose.

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Constituents deserve the full attention of their elected officials, and they don’t get that when the elected official is off campaigning for another office. Aligning the elections would create some churn in various offices, something we desperately need. We need fewer career pols at City Hall and more firebrands. •

On the other hand, I’m not in favor of term limits. No one should be automatically limited to a specific number of terms, because that’s akin to telling the voters for whom they may vote. •

Exception: the executive office. The President of the United States, the Governor of Maryland, and yea, verily, even unto the Mayor of Baltimore, should be limited to two terms. Period. I don’t care if it’s the second coming of William Donald Schaefer, two • It’s no wonder that many voters are terms. • disgusted, and no wonder that many If you count up the iffy deals that voters stayed home for September’s city primary. Among the three major Schaefer made--deals like Harbor East mayoral contenders were two career and the Pulaski incinerator--they came politicians and a man who, when he after his second term. • was the city’s Director of Planning, I would definitely welcome a second tried to push one too many badly financed, ill-conceived and oversized party to Baltimore politics. We need a developments down voters’ throats strong Republican party to keep the Democrats honest. I wish the GOP (ahem, the Icon). wasn’t presently so dominated by the • I’m betting that the turnout is even fire-breathing evangelists and Ayn lower on November 8, except in the Randys at the right edge of the party— 13th District, where Shannon Sneed, it limits the appeal of a party that who lost a heartbreaker to incumbent Warren Branch by 43 votes, is carrying on an active write-in campaign. The waterfront is perhaps Baltimore’s biggest asset, and the city has mismanaged it for generations. If the city were collecting a fair tax on waterfront property, we could have the cash to pay for decent schools.

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normally has good ideas to bring to a discussion. •

I mean discussion, not ultimatum. Recently, the United States is being governed by ultimatum, and we need to talk more and consider longer. •

And now for something completely different, but somehow related: can we please go back to calling “Harvest Festivals” what they really are—Halloween parties? Honestly, dressing up like the Joker and extorting candy from strangers isn’t going to turn the kid into a career criminal, and seeing a kid dressed as a blood-dripping zombie isn’t going to scar a child for life. And stop offering pencils for Trick or Treat. Kids don’t want pencils. They have pencils at home. They want Milk Duds. And Snickers. •

No trick-or-treating after the age of 30. That’s it.

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and has since incorporated programs in his foundation to help paralyzed athletes participate in their beloved sports once again. Billauer shares his story across the nation and is coming to the Southeast Anchor Library on Oct. 20. Billauer recently spoke with the Baltimore Guide about his accident, Life Rolls On, and getting back on a surfboard for the first time. Baltimore Guide: Once you realized the severity of the injury after the accident, what’s going through your mind at that point? Jesse Billauer: I was honestly trying to just move forward, continue my life and still accomplish my goals and dreams. Two years after my accident I started Life Rolls On and at

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then when I first got back out I was obviously excited, nervous and had a lot of emotions. I was really happy. I Though a surfing accigot a little freedom back, I got my dent paralyzed him from independence back. the chest down, BillauBG: About Life Rolls On, you said you er’s back on a board. started it two years after your accident. At what point did you realize you wanted to start a foundation for those who have been in similar circumstances? JB: I was going to college and then my dad told me I should share my story with a lot of people and get into motivational speaking. He said a lot of people who get injured have foundations. I was like, all right, why not? Everyone was telling me, “Life goes on, life goes on.” first it was to help raise money for spinal cord I looked down (in a wheelchair) and research and said, “You know then I realized What: Jesse Billauer: Life Rolls what? Life rolls that after I starton for me.” I On, One Day at a Time ed surfing again, called all my I wanted to give Where: Southeast Anchor Library, friends and asked back and let 3601 Eastern Avenue if they liked it and other people When: Thurs., Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m. they said it was a with disabilities sick name. That’s Free; all are welcome surf or get back when we started to the sports that Life Rolls On. they love. A lot of people that get injured are BG: What kind of support and response young and still active. have you received from the community out BG: How long was it before you were there in California? able to surf again and what was that feeling JB: Oh, it’s huge. Everybody knows like knowing you were back on the water? about Life Rolls On in the surfing commuJB: It took me about three years and nity and even outside of that community.

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10:08 p.m. A man told police three men, whom he did not know, had come to his door and told him they were police. They asked him, “How many people live Neighborhood Watch was compiled by before, had pulled a machete on him and here?” They then searched the man’s Mary Helen Sprecher. said, “You want trouble.” The first man pockets and took $1,800 cash. Robbery told the assailant he was calling police Orleans Street, 2300 block, October McElderry Street, 3300 block, October and the second retreated to his vehicle. 3, 7:26 a.m. A woman told police she 6, 2:30 a.m. A man told police a second The assailant was later arrested and was on her way to work when a man man, whom he did not know, had pointed found to be intoxicated. approached her, threatened her with a a handgun at him and said, “I will bang Dundalk Avenue, 600 block, October pocketknife and said, “give me money.” on you.” He then drove away. 8, 2 a.m. A man told police he had been She opened her purse, he took $20 cash N. Rose Street, 400 block, October knocked off his bicycle by a man who and her phone and then fled. 6, 12:30 a.m. A man told police he had then rode away with it. The suspect was S. Robinson Street, 600 block, Octoparked his scooter in his backyard when apprehended and arrested while trying to ber 2, 3 a.m. A man told police he had two of his friends had approached him hail a cab. been attacked from behind and robbed and attacked him because he had called a Saint Matthews Street, of $10 cash and his woman (who was not present at the time) 200 block, October 7, A man told police a second phone. Police found a bitch. The man’s friends pulled him off 11:30 a.m. A woman told him to be in a drunken the scooter and attacked him, punching police she and her boy- man, whom he had never state. and kicking. They then fled. friend had gotten into an Baylis Street, 900 Fagley Street, 100 block, October 2, argument because when seen before, had pulled a block, September 30, 8:30 p.m. A woman told police she and a she awoke, he was stand12:20 a.m. A man told man had gone into a bar to visit the own- ing over her with a bat. machete on him and said, police he had been er, but a man had yelled at them to get He then began dragging robbed by three men out. He had then pulled a machete from her around the house and “You want trouble.” who grabbed him of behind the bar and chased them outside, punching her, threatening his phone, insulin where they called police. The man told to beat her with the bat if she didn’t give pump and wallet. police he did not have a machete, but it him the jewelry she was wearing. He Burglary was recovered from a nearby garbage took her jewelry and fled. A warrant was S. Ellwood Avenue, 1100 block, Occan, and a pair of brass knuckles was issued for his arrest. tober 11, 11 a.m. Someone went into a found in his pocket. He was arrested. E. Fayette Street, 3000 block, October home through the front door and took S. Broadway, 700 block, October 1, 5, 8 p.m. A man told police he had come $500 cash. 10:50 p.m. A woman told police she was to the city to buy a dirt bike from a man Hornel Street, 400 block, October 9, out with her friend when a man she did he knew only as “Johnny.” “Johnny” 11:40 p.m. Police on partrol saw a man not know had started an argument with eventually showed up and pulled a hand- tampering with the window of a house. her. She told him, “Nobody wants any gun and robbed the man and his friend of The officer entered the premises, controuble,” but the man punched her in the his wallet and $3350. fronted the man and asked him if he face several times. A fight ensued and the Fleet Street, 2400 block, October 4, lived in the house. The man replied that man choked the woman. A warrant was 11 p.m. A man told police a second man he did not. When police asked why he issued for his arrest. had threatened him with a pistol which was there, he told them, “I’m homeless.” Aggravated Assault he thought might have been made out of He was arrested. N. Highland Avenue, unit block, Oc- plastic. Two men were arrested and a pis- Eastern Avenue, 4700 blkock, October 907 9, S/SE.qxd:Layout 1 told 3/23/10 Page 1 tober 12:36 a.m. A man police a3:15tolPM recovered. 7, 12:40 p.m. A bystander called police second man, whom he had never seen S. Lehigh Street, 300 block, October 3, to report a man breaking into a building.

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Meet at Fins: Great bar food, beachy vibe in O’Donnell Square BY JACQUELINE WATTS EDITOR@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

Fins, the Canton Square restaurant with the beach shack vibe, is a great place to spend a happy hour. The U-shaped bar is big and has about 50 seats around its black granite counter, and the bottles on the bar’s speed rail would be top shelf in many places around town. Fins is the kind of place where you don’t feel silly putting a wedge of lime in the neck of your beer bottle. And in the middle of winter, the tropical murals of palm trees, sunny beaches and colorful birds can warm you up, or failing that, send you to your travel agent for tickets to Cabo. There are outdoor tables as well, and the bar side of the restaurant has its shutters open to O’Donnell Square for a nice hacienda feel. Anyhow, you can certainly satisfy your Margaritaville yearnings at Fins, and you can also get some good food. As you would expect, the place specializes in seafood—so naturally, when we stopped in for lunch recently, one of us ordered the meatloaf. The meatloaf—nicely baked, soft and tasty, with a good crust and a generous ladling of mushroom gravy—is proof that Fins does well with dishes that don’t

have fins. It came with mashed potatoes, as meatloaf always should, and corn for $12.99, and there was a good half-pound of meatloaf on the plate. If you are craving red meat but you are not in the mood for a burger and can’t afford a steak, the meatloaf might hit the spot. We also tried the tuna grinder, which is much better than it sounds. Here’s how you make one--you make an Albacore tuna salad with red onions, celery, and seasonings including a whiff of Old Bay, and you put two big scoops of it on a soft sub roll. Put a big slice of Provolone cheese on each scoop, and put the whole thing under the broiler until the cheese melts and the tuna gets a little brown. Serve it with fries on the side. “It’s a lot like a crab cake sandwich,” said Mary Helen, who was quite happy with her choice, and especially with the price, which was only $8. I got another special, a flatbread studded with andouille sausage, the hot and spicy kind, and sun dried tomatoes ($10.99). Flatbreads are just like pizzas, but a little smaller, amorphously shaped, without tomato sauce and with a thinner, crisper crust. Pizza has fallen out of style in foodie circles, but flatbread is all the rage. This one was delicious. The Andouille sausage was salty and the tomatoes were sweet, and holding the whole

thing together was a layer of grated and melted fontina cheese. It would be great with a glass of chilled wine, or a cold beer with a lime in the neck of the bottle. Either way. Fins is one of those restaurants that you can go to on a whim--it offers something to satisfy just about everyone in your group, as long as they’re not aggressively vegetarian. There’s the penne with tomato sauce and fresh basil ($10), and the French onion soup ($6), and that’s about it for hot food. The appetizers look great—fried oys-

ters with a jalapeño lime aioli, fried conch with lemon chili sauce, coconut shrimp, etc. Get a few of those in midJanuary and dream of Key West. Oh, and Fins serves steamed shrimp, as good bars should. You can get their version, cooked in a broth, or the good old traditional Baltimore way with onions and Old Bay. We had lunch for three, and got out of there for $37.36 including tax. The tip brought the bill to about $15 a person. Fins, 2903 O’Donnell St. in O’Donnell Square, is open daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m.


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COMMUNITY Wednesday, October 12 Fells Prospect: Fells Prospect Community Association meets on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, 420 Chester Street. Info: katecrichardson@gmail.com. Fells Point History: The Preservation Society Visitor Center, 1724 Thames Street, has a lecture series on “Secrets of a Seaport” starting on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. and continuing every Wednesday to Nov. 16. Lectures are 1-1/2 hours long. $10 each or $50 for whole sesslon. Info: pjtowncrier@gmail.com, Barbara Cromwell 410-675-6750, ext 16. Thursday, October 13 Hampstead Hill: The Hampstead Hill Association meets on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. in the library of the Hampstead Hill Academy, 500 S. Linwood Avenue. Info: Jean Pula JPPula@gmail.com, Joe Manfre joesocst@aol. com, hampsteadhillassociation.com. Last Farmers Market: Highlandtown holds its last farmers market of the season on Thursday, Oct.13, beginning 4 p.m. in the 400 block of Conkling street at Eastern Avenue. Info is available at http://highlandtownmarket.blogspot.com/. Friday, October 14 Russians Are Coming: Russian Festival at Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church, 1723 E. Fairmont Avenue, on Oct. 14, 15 and 16. Friday hours are 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday hours are noon-9 p.m., and Sunday hours are noon-6 p.m. Info: http:// www.russfest.org/. Admission charge. Got Shabbat? Join a traditional Shabbat celebration for families with young children at B’nai Israel, 27 Lloyd Street, on Oct. 14, starting 5:45 p.m., $20/family. Info: Cindy 410-559-3582, cneuman@jcc.org. Class Reunion: Patterson High School Class of 1996 holds a 45th reunion and dance on Oct. 14. Info: Milton Krysztofiak 410882-6262, patterson 66reunion@yahoo.com. Saturday, October 15 Civil War History: On Saturdays in October, Mount Clare Museum has free lectures at its Mount Clare Stable at noon. On Oct. 15, “Medical Women of the Civil War.” Continuing through Nov. 12 is a special exhibit, “Personal Accounts of the Civil War Experience. Info: 410-837-3262, www.mountclare.org. Pierogi Sale: There is a pierogi sale (meat, cheese, sauerdraut or potato) from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. on both Saturday, Oct. 15 and Sunday, Oct. 16 in the hall of Holy Rosary Church, 408 S. Chester Street. Info: 410-732-3960. Learn to Make Ravioli! Volunteers are needed to help make ravioli for St. Leo’s annual dinner. Come to the school hall, 914 Stiles Street, on Saturdays, Oct. 15 and/or 22 at 9 a.m. Beginners are welcome and no advance registration necessary. Want to help out even more? Meatball-making is Nov. 5 at 9 a.m. And then show up and eat! St. Leo’s annual Ravioli dinner is Sunday, Nov. 6, noon-6 p.m., $11 adults, $5.50 kids. Carry-outs 50 cents extra. Zombies: The Baltimore Art & Music Project presents “Zombies in the Park 2” on Saturday, Oct. 15, 3 p.m.-dusk at Heritage Park, 11 Dunmanway, with live music, games, food, costumes and more. Info: info@baltimoreamp.com, pmiursa@ yahoo.com, www.baltimoreamp.com. Roots: Those who want to trace their fam-

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Bach to the Classics: The Bach Concert Series has a free concert on Sunday, Nov. 6, 4 p.m. with Cantata 47 performed by: Orchestra, Bach Concert Series Choir & Stefanie Moore, soprano; T. Herbert Dimmock conducting. Guests include organist Daniel Aune and the Baltimore School for the Arts Chamber Choir, directed by Mark A. Hardy. Located at Christ Lutheran Church, Inner Harbor. 701 S. Charles St. Take the Charm City Circulator or park for free with a validated parking ticket in the Lee St. garage. Info: 410-9419262, www.BachInBaltimore.org ily tree should attend the free Baltimore Family History Workshop at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 120 Stemmers Run Road in Essex on Saturday, Oct. 15, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Info: http://baltimorefamilyhistoryworkshop.org/. Sunday, October 16 Bingo! St. Elizabeth of Hungary, Baltimore Street and Lakewood Avenue, has bingo on Sunday, Oct. 16, doors open 11 a.m., lunch noon, games 1 p.m., $20/person. Info: 410-675-8260. Our Lady of Fatima will host bingo Sunday, Oct. 16, in the church hall, 6420 E. Pratt St. Tickets are $15 advance, $18 at the door. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. and games start at 2. Info: Nancy Novak, 410-288-3402. Bus Trips: The following trips benefit Sr. Julitta’s Children’s School for the Blind in Izabellin, Poland. Info/tickets: 410-276-1025. Sunday, Oct. 16: St. George Catholic Church, Valley Lee, Md. and dinner. Thursday, Nov. 3: Delaware Park Church Dinner Dance: Sacred Heart of Mary Church-Dundalk celebrates its 85th anniversary with a dinner dance on Sunday, Oct. 16 following the 12:15 p.m. mass. Buy tickets ($40/person) before and after all weekend Masses or by calling the Pastoral Life Center (410-633-2828). Sit-down dinner with beer, wine and soda and D.J. entertainment. Make A Light: The Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Avenue, is seeking donations of materials to be used in the fall’s new parade of lights (scheduled for Oct. 29) in Patterson Park. Currently, organizers need oneand two-litre bottles and gallon jugs, as well as miscellaneous clear, clean plastic containers and

Breaking News from Banner: The following activities are taking place in Banner Neighborhoods. Info: Beth Myers-Edwards 410-585-8810 ext. 104, beth.myers@bannerneighborhoods.org, www.bannerneighborhoods.org Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6:30 p.m.: Tree Stewardship Workshop, 611 N. Montford Ave. Come learn about how to care for community street trees and enjoy breakfast with your neighbors. Saturday, Oct. 15: Garden Workday, 2424 McElderry St., 9 a.m.-noon. Come help in the Rose and Port St. gardens. Wednesday, Oct. 19: McElderry Park Community Meeting, 611 N. Montford Ave., 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29: Habitat for Humanity Orientation Session, 2424 McElderry St., 10 a.m. 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 weatherrelated cancellations of walks. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443831-0538, www.sdpcrc.org. Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6:30 p.m., Carrollton Ridge: meet at the Samuel F. B. Morse Recreation Center, Pulaski and Ashton Sts Thursday, Oct. 13, Westport Improvement Assn: TBA Monday, Oct. 17, Hollins Roundhouse: meet at the Black Cherry Puppet Theater, 1115 Hollins St Tuesday, Oct. 18, Curtis Bay: meet at the Curtis Bay Recreation Center, Curtis Ave and Filbert St Wednesday, Oct. 19, Locust Point: TBA

unused or broken umbrellas. Free workshops are held to make lights 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 Ave. Monday, October 17 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, Community Benefits Agreements, Making City Hall Work for You, and the Dos & Don’ts of Buying, Selling, Leasing and Rehabilitating Property for Your Nonprofit. Info on dates, times and locations: Community Law Center 410-366-0922, mail@communitylaw.org, http://communitylaw.org/ Special Olympics Benefit: The Northern Baltimore County Junior Chamber hosts its inaugural cornhole tournament to benefit Special Olympics of Maryland on Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Hard Yacht Café in Dundalk. Registration begins at 11 a.m., with play starting at 11:30 a.m. Registration for competitive teams is $40 in advance, $50 the day of the event. Registration for the social tournament is $30 in advance, $40 the day of the event. Registration deadline: Monday, Oct. 17. Info/registration: nbcjuniorchamber@gmail.com or call 410236-5753, sarahjeangalloway@gmail.com. Bag It: Bagged leaf collection season starts on Monday, Oct. 17 and continues every Monday (except holidays) through Jan. 30. Put leaves in clear or labeled bags. Bagged leaves can also be dropped off at sanitation yards, transfer stations and landfills. Info: 311. Wednesday, October 19 Graceland Park: The Graceland Park Improvement Assoc. will meet Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. to discuss fire safety, a housing project planned for Holabird Ave., and the possibility of starting Citizens on Patrol. The meeting will be held at Graceland United Methodist

Church, 6714 Youngstown Ave. Info: Babe Grabowski, 410-288-4046. Thursday, October 20 Police and Community: The Southern District Police Community Relations Council meets on the third Thursday of each month. The next will be on Thursday, Oct. 20, with buffet opening at 6:30 p.m. at the Southern District Police Station, 10 Cherry Hill Road. Info: Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443831-0538, www.sdpcrc.org. Notes on the calendar.. Wannabe Screenwriters: Write a new screenplay or dust off that timeless script and submit it for the 2012 Baltimore Screenwriters Competition. Now through Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 application fee is $35, $50 if submitted after that date but before deadline, Monday, January 23. Info: www.baltimorefilm.com. Got books? The Friends of the Light Street Branch (1251 Light St.) are looking for gently used books, DVDs and CDs to sell at their November book sale. All proceeds go to library activities. Drop donations at the library’s front desk. No textbooks or encyclopedias please. Learn to Skate: The “Mimi” DiePietro Family Ice Skating Center in Patterson Park has “learn to skate” programs with registration now open. Classes run Saturday, Nov. 5-Saturday, Dec. 10, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. (30-minute class, 30-minute practice) and cost $70/person (skate rental $2 extra per week). Info: 410-396-9392. Entertainment Books: Forview Soccer is selling Entertainment Books to benefit its youth soccer program, $30/book. Info: Larry Vallerani 410-633-6672. HeadStart Openings: HeadStart, a free pre-school programs with meals for ages 3, 4 and 5, has openings at the Our Lay of Fatima site, 6400 E. Pratt Street. Info: 410-558-0919 Items for Community Calendar can be mailed to The Baltimore Guide at 526 S. Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD 21224, faxed to 410732-6604, or e-mailed to newsroom@baltimoreguide.com. Deadline for each week’s issue is Friday at noon of the week before.


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An olde-world craft? Of course you can cut it Learning the fun art of Polish paper-cutting in Canton Some art is more simplistic, and some is incredibly detailed and complex. PeaWith Southeast Baltimore often affec- cocks are a common image, and many tionately referred to as ‘Little Poland,’ it’s designs are reminiscent of stained-glass hardly surprising there are a number of windows, with multiple panels of differways to sample the culture of the heritage, ent colors. Kordaz said some are remior that these take many forms. niscent of the delicate designs on Asian There are visits to churches like Holy kimonos. Rosary and St. Casimir for those who Just don’t get intimidated, she adds. want to examine the way faith has shaped “Everybody can do this,” she laughs. people. There are heroes and homebod- “You might think you can’t do it, but evies buried in St. Stanislaus Cemetery for eryone will go home with some piece of those who want to rub tombstones and art they’ve done. It always happens.” check records. For foodies, there is amazAnd then, of course, there’s the social ing sausage from places like Ostrowski’s, aspect. and if the stars and planets align correctly “The class is supposed to go from 7 and there’s justice in the world, there will p.m. to 9 p.m., but people will have a be a Polish Festival in Patterson Park good time and they’ll linger. They just next spring (where, it hate to leave.” should be pointed Those who are inout, the Pulaski terested in learning Monument is lothe art can just call in You might think you cated). advance to reserve a can’t do this, but evBut in the meanplace for themselves eryone will go home time, those who in the class, and then with some piece of art want to immerse show up, she notes. themselves in the They don’t need any when they’re done. It culture might feel special training. always happens. like they’ve hit a “We provide all the temporary dry spell. materials, but people But temporary is the do need to bring good key word here. A local pointy scissors.” church is offering a class in what might Dull scissors (pardon the pun) won’t be (to some, at least) a little-known craft. cut it. And enthusiasts of the Polish culture are (Note: In case you didn’t realize it, this more than happy to explain it. is not your kindergartner’s snowflake deWycinanki (pronounced vee-chee-non- sign on a paper doily, nor is it the paper key), the art of paper-cutting, is a Polish doll cutting. This is actual art). folk art form that involves folding and “It’s beautiful,” says Kordaz, who notes cutting multiple layers of paper in several that the art was originally used as home colors. Traditional designs include birds, decor during a time when people did not flowers, religious designs and more. have access to store-bought paintings. It The wycinanki class, which is spon- was also used to create gifts for special sored by the Polish American Heritage occasions including religious holidays, Committee of St. Casimir Church, will be weddings and more. held on Friday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. at the The class is marketed for adults, but Kolbe Center, O’Donnell St. and Ken- children who are able to work with sharpwood Ave. Cost is $3 per person. ened scissors and who can concentrate “It was actually something that started on instructions can also attend. (With the with the country folks in Poland,” said exception of scissors, the class organizers Bernadine Kordaz. “And each region in will supply all the materials needed by Poland, each county, was known for spe- participants.) cial designs. You can tell where some of Note: The Polish American Heritage it’s from depending on what it looks like” Committee of St. Casimir Church will Just as Baltimore has its neighborhoods hold its Polish paper-cutting class Frilike Highlandtown, Canton, Fells Point day, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. at the Kolbe and Little Italy, she adds, wycinanki from Center, O’Donnell St. and Kenwood different regions in Poland has different Ave. Cost is $3 per person. BYO sharp themes, with some having designs having scissors. To register, call Bernadine a specific emphasis. Kordaz, 410-675-0415. BY MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

GRAND OPENING-Edmund Tyszkiewicz, Financial Secretary and Scholarship Chairman of the Santa Maria Council #1733 Knights of Columbus, and Mary Finecey, PreK-4 teacher, helped student Lucy Thayer cut the ribbon at the dedication of St. Casimir School Early Childhood Playground on Friday. The PreK, kindergarten and first graders entertained with songs and following an official blessing by Fr. Dennis Grumsey, OFM, pastor at St. Casimir, the playground (funded by the Knights and an anonymous donor) was officially declared open. Photo by Mary Helen Sprecher


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Angelina Matute is a natural athlete. As a sophomore she was told to pick up soccer to help with her conditioning for her main sport, swimming. Now that she’s a junior, Matute is one of the key players for the Digital Harbor girls soccer team. However, she says her success on the soccer field hasn’t come easy. A lot of hard work and extra hours have gone in to hone her skills in a little over a year. “When I first started I used to trip over the grass or over my own two feet,” Matute said with a smile. “To get where I am I definitely thank my coach because she stays a half hour after practice, maybe an hour, just to work on extra stuff. It took me time. I couldn’t just work on stuff at practice. I had to work on my own.” Matute is a three-sport athlete at Digital Harbor, participating in soccer, swimming and softball. Athletic director Lisa Martin, who coaches the soccer and softball teams, said Matute is a student of

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each game, always striving to get better when she can. “She’ll turn on a game on the weekend and learn something,” Martin said. “She’ll rent a video of skills and say, ‘Oh coach, I want to learn that, how do I do that?’ She’s very enthusiastic about learning any part of the game that can make her better. That’s on the field and in life. Anything she can improve on she strives to do.” In soccer, she’s a midfielder, which helps with attacking on offense and with defending when the opposing team is pressing to score. Her favorite soccer player is Abby Wambach of the U.S. National Team, who she began following during the Women’s World Cup this past summer. Wambach’s known for her skill in heading the ball. Before following Wambach during the U.S. team’s World Cup run, Matute admitted she was a little timid when it came to heading a soccer ball— primarily because she wears glasses on Three-season athlete Angelina Manute has plans to take college courses next the field. But if Wambach can do it, so year while completing her senior year at Digital Harbor. Photo by Jason Butt

a 77-yard punt return. The win keeps Poly atop the Baltimore City League Division I ranks. The game was tied 16-8 at halftime CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 before Patterson struck early in the third quarter. Junior wide receiver/safety Kyle Jones recovered an onside kick to start the second half, which Patterson converted into a touchdown six plays later. Quarterback Craig Oliver punched in a 1-yard touchdown to cut Poly’s lead to 16-14. On Poly’s next possession, Milburn threw a screen pass which was deflected into the arms of Clippers defender Davonte Ellis, who returned the interception for a touchdown. Running back Derwin Beasley, who led the Clippers in rushing with 12 carries for 68 yards, ran in the 2-point conversion to put Patterson ahead 22-16. From there, it was tug-of-war. Poly answered with a nine-play drive that resulted in a touchdown and 2-point conversion, to go up 24-22. Oliver then hit receiver Nyme Manns for a 66-yard touchdown to put Patterson up 28-24. Poly’s Chappell scored a touchdown to put the Engineers up 30-24. But on Patterson’s next possession, Oliver threw a pass intended for Manns that was intercepted. The Engineers converted the turnover Patterson was unable to pull out a win in a shootout over Poly in a 44-34 loss. into points with Milburn running for a Clippers coach Corey Johnson talks with quarterback Craig Oliver, who threw 62-yard score, increasing the lead to 38-28. Oliver answered with a slant to for 189 yards and three touchdowns. Photo by Jason Butt.

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Manns, which went 50 yards for a touchdown, cutting Poly’s lead to 38-34. But Poly running back Priestly Shuler sealed the game with a 45-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter. Poly did most of its damage running the ball up the middle in the second half. “We knew what was coming and credit to them, they blocked well and executed well,” Patterson coach Corey Johnson said. We just couldn’t stop the run up the middle.” Oliver finished the game 7-20 for 189 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions. Manns caught all three of Oliver’s touchdown throws and accounted for 177 of Oliver’s 189 passing yards. Oliver didn’t play defense after injuring his wrist last week in a win over City College. “We had a good game but some crucial turnovers hurt us at the end,” Manns said. “We have to always come out to play and play hard all game. In the fourth quarter it’s time to step it up and we didn’t do it. In practice we’ll work on that.” Before Poly played Patterson, the Engineers had surrendered only 12 points total for the season. The Clippers almost tripled Poly’s season total of points allowed by scoring 34. “We can’t score that many points and lose,” Oliver said.


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‘Humble and hungry,’ Dunbar QB has long-range view

BY JASON BUTT SPORTS@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

When William Crest was just 5 years old he took his first computer apart. With both of his parents teaching Cisco Networking Systems in the Baltimore Public School System, Crest naturally was drawn to technology. At a young age, he would mess with the components of a computer, taking it apart to put it back together again. “I didn’t know what I was doing,” Crest said. “I worked on it and then I turned it on and it worked.” The same 5-year-old also picked up another hobby. He began learning the quarterback position. Fast forward to his sophomore year of

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high school and Crest has become the field general for the fourth-ranked Dunbar Poets. As a sophomore, Crest has quickly become integrated with the Dunbar offense. It’s been a learning process, but one he’s hoping to master. “Coming in as a sophomore (starter), there’s a lot of weight placed on your shoulders,” Crest said. “It takes a lot of work. I was in the weight room a lot all summer, working out with the defense and offense. I worked with the receivers to get our timing right. We’re still working on it. But as time goes, we’ll still be working, working and working. And by the end of the season, we’re going to end Sophomore quarterback William Crest has acquainted himself with Dunbar’s offense this season and continues to draw praise from the Poets’ coaching staff. up with another state championship.” In Dunbar’s most recent outing against Photo by Jason Butt.

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While watching the New York Yankees season end against the Detroit Tigers in the ALDS, I noticed something in particular. It had nothing to do with the fact the Yankees payroll this year was $206.6 million compared to $111.4 million to that of the Tigers. It had nothing to do with the Yankees’ best hitter this postseason being named NOT Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, or Mark Teixeira, but Brett Gardner. And no, it had nothing to do with A-Rod standing there at home plate after striking out to end the season (let’s be honest, who didn’t see that one coming?). The main thing that really bugged me was the fact that the sellout crowd of 50,960 Yankee fans were just that: Sellouts. The Yankees were only trailing by one run in the bottom of the ninth inning with the “heart” of their order coming up (and yes, they could have used some heart). One might expect the “fans” at that game to perhaps make a little noise. Not at Yankee Stadium apparently. During the ninth inning which saw Detroit closer Jose Valverde start the Yankees’ offseason, you could hear a pin

drop at the stadium. If we Orioles fans learn anything from that series, we need to support our O’s. Even during rough times with an owner who has no idea what he is doing. Even when our star players get hurt. Even when were down by one run in the ninth inning. As we saw during Baltimore’s season finale against the Red Sox, every pitch matters and we need to support them through thick and thin. One other thing I learned was that you don’t need big names to win. A-Rod, Teixeira, and Jeter hit a combined .183 for the series with no home runs and six runs batted in. Good pitching and playing flawless situational baseball is the key to winning in October as well as all summer. “Buck Ball” is the short term for “playing sound and fundamental situational baseball backed by good pitching”, but this year Baltimore lacked the pitching to allow for “Buck Ball” to fully take effect. We all saw what happened at Camden Yards when you get good pitching to go along with timely hitting. Boston remembers that all too well. I know I mentioned in an earlier Birds House for Baltimore to go out and get Prince Fielder this offseason, but the more I think about it, we just need to play

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baseball the right way. We can’t outspend the Yankees or Red Sox. We need to take a look at the Tampa Bay Rays and see how well they do with nowhere near the payroll. Their scouting and development are top notch. That is the only way Baltimore can win in the American League East. I know the O’s have not had a winning season since 1997, but they will not have another one by signing a free agent or two (especially when it’s Vladimir Guerrero). Properly develop the young talent and bring in

key role players to help take them over the hump. If you’re going to try and build a good team, why not build one that has a legitimate shot to win in October, not just make it to .500? I know it has been a while since Baltimore baseball was relevant. With general manager Andy MacPhail leaving, let’s hope the new GM will do things the right way. It won’t happen overnight, or even next season, but if it is in fact done properly, when it gets here it will be fun to sit back and enjoy the show. So let’s make sure we get out there and support our O’s!

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Edmondson-Westside, Crest scored two touchdowns in a 20-6 win, allowing the Poets to keep the annual Ben Eaton Memorial Trophy. At 6-feet-2-inches, Crest has the size to see his receivers downfield. He also has the speed to turn nothing into something when plays break down. He said he looks to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick and Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor as players he takes his style from. His teammates call him “Young Geno,” in reference to the playmaking ability of collegiate quarterback Geno Smith, who plays for West Virginia.

“But I stick to my game and make sure that I’m playing William’s game,” he said. Crest has had some help as he grows into being a long-term leader for the Dunbar offense. “He’s trying to grow and be a better person every day,” senior receiver Deontay McManus said. “He’s humble, and hungry. He’s trying to come out there and give 100 percent. I see him every day working harder to get better.” Crest has been described as having excellent attention to detail. He’s inquisitive and not afraid to ask questions. Not

only will he put in extra film study time on offense, Crest will speak with the defensive coaches to try to get a better understanding for certain schemes. But when playing a position in the spotlight at a young age, there’s a chance of being anxious at times. “He has the mentality of a linebacker,” Dunbar offensive coordinator Travis Blackston said. “So, we have to try to get him to calm down some under center. You can’t really play quarterback like a linebacker. We have to try to get him to calm down a little bit because he can make all the throws. It’s

just a matter of him getting relaxed and getting comfortable. The sky’s the limit for him.” Since he’s just a sophomore, Crest isn’t looking at colleges yet. But he said grades are his first priority, and if football isn’t in his future he’ll have something to fall back on. He still maintains the interest in technology that his 5-year-old self once possessed. But he’s also interested in a long-term career in sports training, nutrition and health. “Sports isn’t everything but it can take you somewhere in life,” Crest said.

Soccer can she. “When I would head the ball I used to be so scared, with the glasses and all,” Matute said. “But I just go for it now.” Matute also excels in the classroom, taking AP Psychology and honors classes. Next year, she will joint enroll with

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the University of Baltimore so that she can earn college credit as a high school senior. She already has the goal of going to college so she can one day become a pediatrician. “I see how hard my mom struggles and I know we don’t have money, so if I get

my classes now it’s less money in college,” Matute said. “And colleges want to see you go the extra mile if you want to get a scholarship.” Martin said Matute’s academic success translates to the athletic arena. “Those are the type of kids you

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Faces in the crowd: Local runners lace up for Saturday BY MARY HELEN SPRECHER NEWSROOM@BALTIMOREGUIDE.COM

He didn’t have running shoes, sweatwicking clothes or a personal trainer. And it’s a sure thing he didn’t taper back after training, or carbo-load the night before. But Greek runner Pheidippides, the legendary founder of the modernday marathon run, left a legacy that lives on, and will be recreated this Saturday

SHELLEY BOHLEN “I’m running the Baltimore half-marathon as a training run for the full Frankfurt Germany Marathon. I hope to finish the Baltimore half-marathon in about two hours.”

KATHY FELIX “I’ll be running the half-marathon for the second time. I’m hoping to better my time.”

throughout the city of Baltimore. Who’s running in the Baltimore Running Festival (which includes the marathon, half-marathon, relay and 5K) this Saturday? Well.... not Pheidippides, that’s for sure. But many of our friends and neighbors will be out on the course. Here are a few (and their goals, as provided to the Baltimore Guide in response to a request):

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BARRY BURNETT “I’m doing the full marathon. My goal is to do it in under five hours. I’m coming back from an injury, but this is my fourth time running it.”

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Cleaning up? Let The Guide know Mayor’s citywide clean-up is Oct. 22

The mayor’s fall clean-up has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 22, 9 a.m.1 p.m. Any participating communities are being asked to bag and stack debris at a designated location so that it can be picked up on Monday, Oct. 24. The Baltimore Guide will be publishing a list of all participating communi-

ties, their meeting locations and projected times, in the Oct. 19 issue. Please send any info to newsroom@baltimoreguide.com by Friday, Oct. 14. Note: Communities are also being encouraged to pitch in and clean up in their local parks; call 311 for more information.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011 BAPTIST Canton Baptist Church 3302 Toone St., 21224 (410)563-1177 Sunday 11:15am Lee Street Memorial Baptist Church 113 Warren Avenue, 410-752-7833 Sunday 11am & 6pm Patterson Park Baptist Church 3115 Eastern Ave., 410-675-8309 Sunday 9:45 AM: Bible Study 11AM: Worship Riverside Baptist Church 1602 Johnson St. 410-727-0379 Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 11am

Our Lady of Pompei Serving God’s People since 1923

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

Fr. Luigi Esposito

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Monday- Friday 8am Saturday 4pm Sunday 8am & 10am

GOD LOVES YOU AND HAS A PURPOSE FOR YOUR LIFE Everyone Welcome! Sunday Worship Service at 11:15 “You can be fashionably late and still be on time” 3302 Toone Street, (410)563-1177 www.cantonbaptist.net

CATHOLIC St. Michael UK Catholic 2401 Eastern Avenue 410-308-8815 English - Saturday 5pm Ukrainian Sunday 10:30am Holy Rosary Church 408 S. Chester St. 410-732-3960 Sunday English 8:30am & 12:30pm; Polish 10:30am St. Casimir Church 2736 O’Donnell St. 410-276-1981 Sunday 8am, 10am, 5pm St. Ignatius Church 740 N. Calvert Street 410-727-3848 Our Lady of Fatima 6240 E. Pratt St 410-633-9393 Saturday 5pm Sunday - 8am, 10am 12pm St. Leo the Great Church 227 S. Exeter St 410-675-7275 Sunday 9:30am & 11:30am Our Lady of Good Counsel 1532 East Fort Avenue 410-752-0205 Sunday 11:00 A.M. St Elizabeth of Hungary 2700 E. Baltimore St. 410-675-8260 Saturday 4pm, Sunday 10am Sacred Heart of Jesus 600 S. Conkling St. 410-342-4336 Sunday 8:30am Spanish@St. Patrick, 10am English, 12:30 pm & 7pm Spanish Our Lady of Good Counsel 1532 East Fort Avenue 410-752-0205 Sunday 11:00 A.M. St. Mary Star of the Sea 1400 Riverside Avenue 410-685-2255 Saturday 5:30 P.M. Mass St. Jude’s Shrine 308 N. Paca St., 410-685-6026 Sunday 8am, 9am, 11:30am St. Brigid Church 911 S. Ellwood Ave. 410-563-1717 Saturday 4pm, Sunday 10:30 am Holy Cross Church 110 E. West St. 410-752-8498 Sunday 9:00 A.M. & 5:00 P.M. St. Johns Community 16 S. Patterson Park Avenue. Sunday 3:00 pm, Wed - Fri. 8:30 am. St. Cyril & Methodius at the Lemko Community 603 S. Ann Street 8:30 am. Wed - Fri. Lemko Chapel 603 S. Ann Street,5:00 pm. Saturday CHURCH OF GOD East Baltimore Church of God 800 Oldham St, 410-327-0177 Sunday School 10am, Sunday Worship 11am & 6pm

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EASTERN ORTHODOX Saint Andrew (OCA) 2028 E. Lombard St., 410-276-3422 Sunday 9:30am Liturgy, 11am Church School EPISCOPAL Church Of The Resurrection 2900 E. Fayette St., 410-282-4944, Sunday 10am Church Of The Advent 1301 S. Charles Street, 410-539-7804 Mass Sunday 10am, Thurs 6:30pm Church Of The Redemption 1401 Towson St., 410-727-7695 Sunday School 9:45am, Worship 10am Old St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Corner Saratoga & Charles St • 410-685-3404 Sunday 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am GREEK ORTHODOX St Nicholas Greek Orthodox 520 Ponca Street, 410-633-5020 Sun 8:45 & 10am, Sunday School 10:30am INDEPENDENT Epic Church 1301 Ellwood Ave, 443-632-4104 Sunday 11am & 7pm LUTHERAN Christ Lutheran 701 S. Charles St, 410-752-7179 Sunday 8:30 & 11am Martini Lutheran 100 W. Henrietta Street 410-752-7817 Sunday School 9:45, Worship 11am Saint Stephen & James Lutheran 938 S. Hanover St., 410-547-1964 Sunday 10am Salem Lutheran Church 1530 Battery Ave. 410-576-0487 Sunday 10am

ST. JUDE NOVENA May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Anthony, most loving protector and wonder worker, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day and by the 8th day your prayer will be answered. It has never known to fail. Publication must be promised. My prayers have been answered. Thank you St Jude. -NVK

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 Breath of God Lutheran Church 141 S. Clinton St., 410-675-5616 Sunday - 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 PRESBYTERIAN Light St Presbyterian 809 Light Street 410-539-0125 Sunday 11am Abbott Memorial Presbyterian Church 3426 Bank St. 410-276-6207 Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST United Evangelical 3200 Dillon St., 410-276-0393 Sunday 8am & 10:30am Christ United Church Of Christ 1308 Beason Street, 410-685-7968 Sunday 10:30-11:30am Grace United Church Of Christ 1404 S. Charles Street 410-685-7845 Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 11:00am First United Church, Ucc 1728 Eastern Avenue, 410-732-7644 Sunday 10:45am

OH HOLY MARY, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me into my necessity. (make your request), there are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without Sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee (3 times). Holy Mary, I place this card in your hands (3 times). Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days then you must publish and it will be granted to you. D.S.

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DUNDALK BC7384640 3 Bedroom 2 full bath home in old dundalk close to bus route,shopping, and Key Bridge This lovely home has closed in front porch and trek deck on rear.Carport and garage. Huge kitchen.

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ABERDEEN HR7434256 Price reduced!!!Beautiful 3b/r 2 full 2 half bath home with new floors thru out. This home has it all from 23x13’ master with jacuzzi soak tub, living room with fire place, finished lower level and the seller supplied the pool table to boost. Seller looking at all offers

LITTLE ITALY BA7447370 This unit has it all from residential on 2 & 3rd level to a business on the main level.

MIDDLE RIVER BC7478477 3BR/2BA in Williams Estates.Featuring spacious open floor plan, kitchen island, two sheds, two-car driveway and much more. Well maintained and ready of your personal touch. Most appliances convey.

EASTWOOD BC7485411 This is a lovely end of group with extra large yard for all you outdoor needs. This house has 3 b/r 1.5 bath with finished lower level.

LAURAVILLE BA7522207 Large rooms, soaring ceilings & custom architectural details. Some of the outstanding features include a huge unfinished attic plumbed & full of potential(maybe a future master suite), a large updated kitchen & main level laundry room. Outside, enjoy the Koi pond & tiered decks

DUNDALK BC7532739 3 b/r colonial w granite vanity large eat in kitchen Double living room with beautiful finished lower level.

ROSEDALE BC7548633 This beautiful 3b/r 2 full bath house has it all with new kitchen & Bath to wood stove in finished lower level. Close to Franklin Square, shopping and the belt way. HOA includes two pools and snow removal.

BALTIMORE BA7549202 Renovated THS, new kit w/new tile,new BA w/new ceramic tile, brand new deck, parking pad in back, new appliances. This home offers a covered front porch, refinished wood floors, separate DR, finished family room on the LL, separate laundry/work room

GRACELAND PARK BC75795622 b/r house/ business in Dundalk. This house is a great investment opportunity 2 b/r house in rear Barber shop in front. house has had new roof, windows and siding in the last 3 yrs and has hardwood floors.

ROSEDALE BC7580731 Adorable 2 BR/1.5 bungalow. Beautiful updated kitchen and bathroom. Sparkling hardwoods. Partially finished LL with a bedroom, half bath and space for more rooms. Large fenced yard and off street parking. Room for expansion

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SYKESVILLE CR7698257 4 BR Colonial, hrdw flrs, updated kit w/Corian counters,new wndws,new carpeting on the main level, a recent composite deck overlooking huge fenced backyard. Located in the sought after Piney Ridge School district, The sellers are offering a one year home warranty.

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ESSEX BC7697997 Baltimore County Single Family Home With 3 Bedrooms And 2 Baths. Wonderful Cape Cod In The Essex Area That Backs To Woods. Conveniently Located Close To Shopping. PARKVILLE BC7701062 5 bedroom home has all of the space you could want with finished walk out lower level. His and hers bath on main level this home is just waiting for your finishing touches.

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Southeast CDC is eager to convert this ruined industrial site into a bright new Red Line station connecting Highlandtown and Greektown.

to make a concept for a station between Highlandtown and Greektown. It would straddle the railroad overpass and reuse the abandoned factory by the tracks, long a barrier between the two communities. The Red Line, in Ryer’s opinion, can connect neighborhoods that have been separated by rail and industry for a century. Southeast CDC and the Baltimore

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Metropolitan Planning Council released the report in 2009. “What we showed in the report is that you could create a whole new neighborhood between Highlandtown and Greektown, and the station would bring Eastern Avenue back to life,” he said. Ryer added that there are 1,000 new homes on the drawing board for the area. David Hash, Assistant to the President of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, expects that the Red Line will make it far easier for students, outpatients and the hospital’s 6,000 employees to commute. “Its a terrific system that we wholly support,” he says. The Red Line is a go for preliminary engineering, a phase that involves more detailed planning and scheduling, cost estimates and environmental impact studies. Since it has already been in the planning stages for five years, when could the Red Line go on line? Wesley says that passengers could ride in 2020. But given the fact that original plans called for the Red Line to be operational next year, that could be a bit optimistic.

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RENTALS AND REAL ESTATE

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A-SAFE & DRY Garages in Canton/Highlandtown 410391-9387 or 443-717-4018 A1 GARAGES HIGHLANDTOWN Exc. Neighborhood call M-Th 10-2 410-366-1171

2 BD, CAC, Fenced yard $1050/mo. $1500 SD $50 app. fee 443-216-3589 EAST BALTO 437 N. East Ave. porchfront 2 bd. 1 ba. Newer kit. & ba. gas heat $895/ mo. pl sec. dep. sec. 8 ok410-446-4970 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 431 Gusryan St., $74,000, OBO, needs work, 2 apts. call 410-631-5647 PARKVILLE 4BR 2BA, Cape Cod, SFH, NS, w/d, carpet, $1500 mo + utils, Call Beverly 410-256-3463 ARIZONA BUILDING Lots! 50% OFF! 15, AAA+ View Lots. $0 Down! Starting $99/MO! Guaranteed Financing! Near Tucson’s Int’l Airport www. sunsiteslandrush.com 1-800659-9957- Mention Code 7 FREE LIST of hunting land bargains in West Virginia. 100 acres & up. Loaded with wildlife. Lots of timber. Great investment www.timberbargains.com

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32 THE BALTIMORE GUIDE

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011

ASHLEY FURNITURE HOMESTORES

MIDNIGHT MADNESS Friday 5pm Save 75 IS H T “It’s the Biggest Sale of the Season!”

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Living Room Sofas‡ Plush Comfort

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Showroom Closed this Friday Until 5PM To Re-Tag Store For Special Discounts. MIDNIGHT MADNESS SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 5PM-12 MIDNIGHT

*Savings based on comparable pricing. ‡ Limited quantities. First come, first served. See store for details. Photographs shown are for illustrative purposes. Copyright 2011, Ashley HomeStores, Inc. Ashley HomeStores are independently owned.

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October 12, 2011 - The Baltimore Guide  

October 12, 2011 - The Baltimore Guide

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