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December 16, 2009

The Night Before Christmas video

OK, I paused laughing over this long enough to share it with you. It's so absurd it's brilliant. Here's a list of participants: ...
Marin Alsop, conductor, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Robert Ehrlich, former governor of Maryland
Bryan Voltaggio, chef and partner, Volt restaurant & Top Chef finalist
Dan Rodricks, Sun columnist, WYPR radio host
Joe Flacco, quarterback, Baltimore Ravens
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, president, Baltimore City Council
The Mickey, Amelia and Spiegel morning team, 98 rock radio hosts
Denise Whiting, owner, Cafe Hon
Michael Oher, offensive tackle, Baltimore Ravens
Ron Smith, WBAL radio show host
Hugh Sisson, managing partner, Clipper City Brewery
Laura Wexler & Jessica Henkin, producers & hosts, Stoop Storytelling
Clarence M. Mitchell IV, former state senator, WBAL radio show host
Susan Reimer, Baltimore Sun columnist
Kimmie Meissner, Olympic and world champion figure skater
Jessica Kartalija, WJZ reporter and weekend anchor
Richard Burton, actor in The Wire (Shaun "Shamrock" McGinty)
Vic Carter, WJZ anchor
Jean Marbella, Baltimore Sun editor and columnist
Carol W. Greider, 2009 Nobel-prize winning molecular biologist at Johns Hopkins University
Anthony McCarthy, WEAA radio show host, blogger
Marc Steiner, WEAA radio show host
Sam Sessa, Baltimore Sun nightlife reporter & blogger, host of WTMD's Baltimore Unsigned
Ed Norris, radio show host, WJZ radio
Cindy Wolf, chef/owner, Charleston restaurant
Martin O'Malley, Governor
Tom Hall, WYPR radio host
Lisa Mathews, Mikel Gehl and Tom Moon, members of Grammy-nominated band Milkshake

Posted by Elizabeth Large at 10:22 AM | | Comments (12)
        

Comments

WHos the head in Sams Vid?

Charm City Mom Kate Shatzkin. EL

That's awesome!

Hmmm... I guess Phelps was out of town?

Wow, recaptcha with an umlaut... cool.

I love the WJZ anchors, especially Jessica Kartalija.

HAY! The reindeer did climb down the ladder with care!! :D :D!!!!!

Was that EL's head popping up in the Sam Sessa segment?

:-(

Don't be too sad Howie. Maybe they will do something for New Years and ask her to join in.

Was that a walrus in pain at the end?

8-)

I loved that video! Last night I went to "Grid Iron Sing-off" at Rams Head Live which featured 5 Ravens' players singing karaoke style. Very funny! Alas, neither Joe Flacco nor Michael Oher were singers. Maybe because they already got their community service points by reciting lines from The Night Before Christmas.

Oope! I meant "community service" as in what the Ravens are obligated to do, not as in some sort of judicial sentence.

Oope! I meant "community service" as in what the Ravens are obligated to do, not as in some sort of judicial sentence.

Depending on the Ravens player in question, I think both definitions could apply

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Richard Gorelick was appointed The Baltimore Sun's restaurant critic in September 2010. Before joining the paper staff fulltime, he contributed freelance criticism and features articles about food to area and regional publications. Along the way, he dispatched for short-distance trucking companies, shilled for cultural non-profits, and assisted in cognitive neurology research – never the subject, always the control.

He takes restaurants seriously but not himself, and his favorite restaurant is the one you love, too.
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