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Daily LITG – 28th September 2018 – Your Black Friend in Detroit, Michigan
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. Batman Artist Norm Breyfogle Died on Monday, Aged 58 Batpenis Strikes Again – DC Comics Won't Reprint Batman: Damned #1 – and #2 is Late That New Sean Gordon Murphy Series is Actually Batman: Curse of the White Knight So About That Millennium Falcon Ride Coming to Disneyland The First[...]
Last weekend I got to attend Transcendent Events' Nerdpocalypse at Baltimore's Power Plant Live I was invited to be a guest judge for the costume contest, but even if I hadn't been a guest judge, I knew this event was a must-see Kevin and Holly Hock put on these nerd events once a month, and each[...]
WICOMICON
The Nerds of Color and Black Heroes Matter have come together to create an event for those affected by FanCon's sudden postponement: WICOMICON! This pop-up con will be held on April 28th at 1100 Wicomico Street in Baltimore According to the amazing group putting this show on: "This week, diverse pop culture fans from all over the[...]
Orioles Opening Day 2018
Orioles Opening Day is a big deal in Baltimore Fans from around the area usually take off from work to go downtown to enjoy the area's festivities Seriously, even if you don't have a ticket to the game, the entire Downtown Baltimore area is in the game day spirit From drink specials to free food,[...]
nerdpocalypse baltimore
If you're looking for something to do April 14th and are near the Baltimore area, why not check out Transcendent Events' Nerdpocalypse at Power Plant Live? Kevin Hock is putting on one of the biggest nerd parties ever, and he's going out of his way to make sure it's an inclusive, safe, and fun environment for[...]
Caramel Ice Cream
It's actually really gross. The Charmery in Hampden — a popular Baltimore neighborhood — is known for its unique and delightful ice cream flavors The shop offers fanciful twists on popular flavors such as vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate, and then offers unique flavors such as black sesame, cheese fries, apple ginger, and this one: Old Bay[...]
34th Street Baltimore
Every year in Baltimore, millions of people from all over gather together on a small — but mighty — street 34th Street, located in the popular Hampden neighborhood, has been dazzling tourists and locals alike since 1947 (the same year Miracle on 34th Street premiered in theaters), with intricate Christmas lights, dazzling decorations, and unique[...]
club charles
Charles Street in Baltimore — has always kind of been there It's been in business for well over 50 years (all in the same family, to boot) and other than a small closure earlier this year, it's been a go too place for hip, young locals Full disclosure: they do not sell food here But[...]
lost city diner
Charles Street in the Station North area of Baltimore, the diner fit right in alongside Club Charles and The Depot. But then it closed down unexpectedly It obviously re-opened, and since then the menu has gradually gotten smaller Gone are the days where they had a rather extensive sandwich menu (I miss you, tuna melt) and[...]
AMC Develops Black Lives Matter Book 'They Can't Kill Us All' For Series
Wesley Lowery's ground-breaking 2016 bestseller They Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore, and a New Era in America's Racial Justice is coming to television AMC announced that the nonfiction book has been ordered to development as a potential dramatic series LaToya Morgan (Into the Badlands, Turn: Washington's Spies) will serve as series writer, and will[...]
Nerd Food: Dining In Character At Paper Moon Diner
Paper Moon Diner–located on 227 West 28th Street in Baltimore, MD–is a local favorite I've been going to this place for years, and the food had remained consistently great for years The real winner her however, is the decor Almost every inch of the place is covered in action figures and art, making the building[...]