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The Wire: A Streetview Tour


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Shot on location during its five-year run on HBO, Baltimore was more than a backdrop and setting for The Wire. From its corners to its classrooms to the corridors of power, the city was the prism through which issues and themes were refracted. [MORE]

The Buddy Deane Show

An afternoon teen dance program aired by WJZ-TV from 1957 to 1964, the Buddy Deane Show was the inspiration for John Waters’ Hairspray. [MORE]

Homicide: Life on the Streets

H:LOTS was a prime-time drama that aired on NBC for seven seasons from 1993 to 1999. Filmed on location, many of the strangest cases were based on actual events. [MORE]

ROC

Roc was a prime-time comedy that ran for three seasons on Fox from 1991-1994, produced by and starring Baltimorean Charles “Roc” Dutton. [MORE]

Romper Room

Were you a “Do-Bee”? Romper Room was among the first regular television programming created for young children. [MORE]

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  1. My partner and I are videographers who work for a little Italian place called Supano’s, right in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore. We enjoyed your blog and the many restaurant reviews you had, and would love to have our video featured on your website! Let us know if you are interested, our contact links are below.

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