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CTB Show 190:

CTB Show 190:

Evan is off mic for roughly 26 minutes as the gang discusses distillery tours, Artscape, what movies to show your kids and more! … Read entire article »

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CTB Show 189: Frightening Zeros and Fives

CTB Show 189: Frightening Zeros and Fives

The TBD Gang assembles for a rare appearance! Summer movie festivals, science problems, societal woes and an airing of grievances top the list of topics. … Read entire article »

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How the hell have I never heard of Pat the Bugler?

How the hell have I never heard of Pat the Bugler?

We’ve all hear about the Roar From 34 certainly, but I’ve lived on Earth for slightly less than 37 years and I’ve never heard of the man known as Pat the Bugler from the old Memorial Stadium days. This spot produced by Evening Magazine in ’82 tells the tale of a military bugler turned superfan and we even get a cameo by Wild Bill himself right around the end (you can also watch Evening Magazine’s … Read entire article »

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CTB Podcast 142: Spoiler Alert, Superman Dies at the End

CTB Podcast 142: Spoiler Alert, Superman Dies at the End

The Podgang thoroughly digests Batman vs. Superman, Light City, Comcast’s deathgrip on Baltimore, People in Your Neighborhood AND SO MUCH MORE. … Read entire article »

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I seriously don’t get this box of cheezit snack mix

I seriously don’t get this box of cheezit snack mix

Cheez It Snack Mix is pretty much my favorite. It has Cheez Its, which are great, and pretzels, which are also great, and those dumb little puff ball crunchy things and cheese dust covered Life Cereal pieces. All pretty great. But I was brainlessly staring at the rear of this particular box of Snack Mix I acquired for the bargain basement price of $2.50 at Shopper’s Food Warehouse the other day and suddenly I had … Read entire article »

Filed under: Entertainment

hi hello welcome to the mayor’s corner

hi hello welcome to the mayor’s corner

After roughly 7 (8? I can’t even remember anymore) years of owning, operating and generally squandering the media related grist contained within the hallowed webpages of The City That Breeds I’ve decided to give myself my own page for the purposes of well, learning how to write again. I don’t do it very often anymore and I’m a huge blowhard and you all want to read my practice writings so DANCE, PUPPETS! DANCE! Also … Read entire article »

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TBD Episode 51: Daredevil vs. Wolfcop

TBD Episode 51: Daredevil vs. Wolfcop

The TBD Gang discusses some new Netflix shows of note, a bunch of Would You Rathers, and a little bit of Baltimore news sprinkled in. … Read entire article »

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This Year’s Baltimore Farmer’s Market is Pretty Huge You Guys

This Year’s Baltimore Farmer’s Market is Pretty Huge You Guys

Baltimore’s numero uno Sunday Farmer’s Market debuts in less than 48 hours (oddly timed with our Lord and Savior’s Resurrection, but whatever) and 2015 is shaking up to be VERY SPEND HAPPY for you, the interested consumer. A slew of new vendors have been added and the market boundaries have exploded beyond the confines of the overpass (be sure to visit beef jerky impresarios Mobtown Meatsnacks by the ATM!). A whopping FIFTY SEVEN craft vendors … Read entire article »

Filed under: Baltimore, Consumerism

Presenting: The Cosby / Tacky Sweater Bar Crawl 2014

Presenting: The Cosby / Tacky Sweater Bar Crawl 2014

It’s impossibly insane to believe that after four years, A MARRIAGE WE’RE RESPONSIBLE FOR, and hundreds of dollars raised for local charities the 4th annual Cosby / Tacky Sweater Bar Crawl is upon us yet again. On November 22nd, the sweatered masses will assemble yet again to rove the length of Boston Street and sweater it up. As we here at The City That Breeds are aware that Bill Cosby Sweaters may be in short … Read entire article »

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ALCS Tickets, by the numbers

ALCS Tickets, by the numbers

(t/h TiqIQ for compiling the data) Previewing Orioles Tickets For the ALCS Beginning Friday, the Baltimore Orioles will make their first appearance in the ALCS since 1997. A year that saw the O’s take first-place honors in the AL East and post their best record (96-66) since their World Series win 31 years ago, the team will now take on the Kansas City Royals in the American League Championship Series. The Royals have also experienced decades of … Read entire article »

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