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Latest Activity: Jan 15
Started by Rebelmatic Sep 25, 2012.
Started by Oh Killmenow. Last reply by Kodachi Nov 30, 2011.
Started by Kodachi Nov 9, 2011.
L/O all new(ish) to the city...inteligentleman, art punk, literature/film lover, play afro-dub bass, noise guitar, percussions, do home recording and just introducing myself...would like to meet artistic, intelligent rebel souls...oh, wait, that's ALL of you...mmm...well, hello, then. To all.
Hi hi, I just wanted to know if there are any martial artists in the central Baltimore area. I need a practice partner so I don't get rusty. Nothing strenuous, just helping with my repetitions and other basic stuff. My style is Wing Chun.
2NITE, The DriFish & band are playing the FUSION MUSIC FESTIVAL@ the Ottobar in Bmore, click link to adv online $8 Tix; http://t.co/XRbEA7ne
Top of the morning all.I would like to start off my day with a concert because I'm not mature enough to drink coffee and snorting a welfare line of cocaine just isn't in my budget. Also to promote Femi The DriFish @ 98Rock's "Noise In The Basement" show on January 23rd, which will be my one year anniversary of The Clown With No Circus so it'll be a dressup affair, come as a carnival freak or a pyscho circus and get a chance to WIN $100.00. You can purchase tix from my person right or online for the low-low price of $5 at; http://www.stinkifacemusic.com/nitb.cfm
John Waters - Book Signing for Role Models
Time Saturday, May 14 · 7:00pm - 9:00pmLocation Atomic Books 3620 Falls Rd Baltimore, MD
John Waters is back at Atomic Books to sign copies of Role Models, now in paperback!If you missed him last year here's your second chance."ROLE MODELS is a self-portrait told through intimate literary profiles of the author's favorite personalities - some famous, some unknown, some criminal, some surprisingly middle-of-the-road.From Miss Esther, owner of the scariest bar in Baltimore, to the outsider photographer Bobby Garcia; from the atheist leader Madalyn Murray O'Hair to the late, great playwright Tennessee Williams; from the English novelist Denton Welch to the singer Johnny Mathis - these are the extreme figures who helped the author form his own brand of neurotic happiness."
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