Maryland Film Festival and Update

Life of an Artistic Gaymer

Hey!  The last few weeks have been pretty busy for me, hence my silence.

Tonight’s top story!  I am now volunteering at this years Maryland Film Festival in Baltimore.  I am really excited.  From May 8th-12th I will be a Theatre Crew Member and a Box Office Teller for the Festival.  This is an incredible opportunity.  Not only do I get to go behind the scenes of a festival, I get to meet people in the business who are established and others up and coming.  Festivals are an incredible opportunity to network.  In this business, it’s not only what you know, it’s who you know.   This is just so amazing!  Expect pictures and an updates from the festival!

In other news, my narrative film project is proceeding along.  The other day we had a pickup shot of a crucial scene.  For those not in the business, a pickup shot…

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Suspect Arrested For All 10 Off-Campus Apartment Burlgaries Near Towson University

CBS Baltimore

TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) –Baltimore County Police have arrested a man suspect of 10 off-campus burglaries near Towson University.

Vincent Davis Jr., 43, of the 1400 block of Taylor Avenue, 21234, has been charged with all 10 of these Precinct 6/Towson burglaries. Davis was arrested Friday by BCoPD detectives. He faces nine counts of first degree burglary and one count of attempted first-degree burglary. He is held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

According to police, the string of burglaries happened during the month of April and most of them could have been prevented.

Towson University students are shaken after a series of burglaries at 10 off-campus apartments.

“If I walk around at night, it’ll be brief and I’ll be on the phone with somebody,” said senior Raleigh Kennedy. “I don’t walk alone ever.”

According to Baltimore County Police, almost all the victims were women. Their jewelry, cash, medications…

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Community Helping Those Displaced After 26th Street Collapse

CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Multiple families are still displaced after a major street collapse in Charles Village. Now the community comes together to help those not allowed back inside their homes.

Rochelle Ritchie has details on the community effort.

Members of the Old Goucher Community Association are coming together to raise funds to help those displaced family members. In the meantime, the city is promising to get them back in their homes as soon as possible.

Construction workers remain hard at work as they prepare to build a wall to help stabilize 26th Street after a major street collapse sent cars, the sidewalk and a retaining wall crashing onto the CSX tracks.

“We have built a temporary berm at the bottom of the slope to add additional stability,” officials said.

The street collapse that’s drawn national attention has kicked more than a dozen families out of their homes.

“You could see…

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Quote of the day, May 5

The First Amendment Blog

Frank Deford, on loyalty

“I grew up in Baltimore and that’s why I root for the Orioles. I’m very suspicious of people who move and take on a new team. You should stick with the team of your youth all the way to your grave. That shows a sense of loyalty and devotion.”

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Watch An Entire Street Disappear In This Amazing Video