Eddie Applefeld knows food and travel. Here's a collection of his reviews for restaurants both near and far.
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Wednesday, November 21, 2012
No matter how far away you roam, you can check for road closures, construction and more on Pikesville Patch.
Whether you're staying close to home or traveling afar for the Thanksgiving holiday, you can check your route ahead of time with Pikesville Patch's interactive commute map. It's a permanent tool on Pikesville Patch, with up-to-date road closures and construction projects and traffic conditions. Access it any time at http://pikesville.patch.com/commute. Because it's interactive map, so you can click and drag to any part of the country. Try dragging northbound up I-95 to see the numerous projects in the works after Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey and New York. On the Pikesville Patch website, the map is accessible under the "More Stuff" tab at the top of the page.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Gene Raynor was one of the deceased governor's closest friends. He shares a touching story of Schaefer's generosity when the cameras weren't rolling. Raynor also discusses where Schaefer loved to eat and travel, and the people in his inner circle.
William Donald Schaefer and Gene Raynor first met in 1955 when Schaefer was running for Baltimore City Council for the first time and Raynor was working in Baltimore's Board of Elections. At the time, Schaefer wanted to purchase the list of voters, but he didn't have the $200 to pay for it. So Raynor gave him his copy, asking only that Schaefer return it after the election. Schaefer won and returned the list, dog-eared and doodled. A friendship was born. Raynor and Schaefer remained friends ever since. In these videos, Raynor shares some of his best stories about his friend.