Crabtown Observed

Slices of Baltimore life in tasty morsels of anecdote.


No. 17: A Hankering for Horn & Horn

This was one place where Baltimoreans mixed, and could get a pretty good meal.
Brandy “Marzipain” Tomhave

No. 16: Death Match! Roller Derby vs. the Blank Page

I was a jammer on the roller derby track.
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No. 15: Birds & Small Talk

Drawings of barn swallows and magpies while egg sandwiches fly out the door of G&A.

Crabtown Observed No. 14: Looking Out the Window on Eastern Avenue

It is an image worthy of the very best of immigrant literature, Call It Sleep, by Henry Roth; film — Coppola’s Godfather Part II — and art, particularly the 1913 ...

As jet-set Hollywood actor Doug Olear hops from one coast to the other – whether baking bread in his Beverly Hills apartment or breaking bread with old friends in Crabtown ...