So I had worked a long shift at my wonderful restaurant, the Waterfront Kitchen in Fells Point. A double. Work. Not a drink, really. All the shops were closed except for the Save Goodwill store on Broadway.
Now this was 12 midnight. What was that doing open I wondered, Well, I had to go in, you all know I love a bargain. Midnight sale anyone? Well I stepped in. There was an old man with 1800 clothing on. Looked like he should be doing a ghost tour. Did I mention the lights were flickering? I felt like I was in a Stephen King wet dream waiting to happen.
It is always a pleasure to introduce new talent in Baltimore and this week is no exception. This is an actor I met about 10 years ago during a production of a Chinese opera. If you want the details, you'll have to ask him, ladies and gentlemen; Baltimore thespian, Drew Gaver.
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