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  • An 11-year-old superfan interviews comedian Brian Regan about eating doughnuts, working on movies, and more

    An 11-year-old superfan interviews comedian Brian Regan about eating doughnuts, working on movies, and more
    My son Watson is a Brian Regan superfan. "Mom, Brian Regan is just about the best comedian there ever was," he informed me on the way to school the other morning. Because he's 11, he doesn't have that much experience with comedians. Most "work blue," i.e. use profanity or talk about risque subject matter, and there aren't many good ones who don't. A comic since the '90s, Regan has that goofball, silly-but-smart brand of stand-up that appeals to all age groups but especially to my son. His bits about being a dumb kid, flubbing spelling bees ("because up until that day I was an idiot, but nobody knew it"), and growing up with seven brothers really resonate with him. Last year, Watson spent months memorizing Regan's routines and working on his own jokes. When I got the email with the opportunity for Watson to interview Regan, ahead of the comedian's two performances at the Hippodrome this Friday and Saturday, I almost jumped out of my chair! Working for the City Paper has its perks. (Athena Towery)
  • With raconteur driving instructor 'Mr. Wigs,' the journey counts as much as the destination

    With raconteur driving instructor 'Mr. Wigs,' the journey counts as much as the destination
    Mr. Wigs is a man in motion. Few know the streets of North Baltimore better. Like Mark Twain piloting his steamer down the Mississippi, he is attuned to all the bends in the road, knows every hidden driveway and lurking pothole. He is out there in his...

    Henry Reisinger of E.M. Fenwick's Choice Meats carves out a good life at Cross Street Market

    Henry Reisinger of E.M. Fenwick's Choice Meats carves out a good life at Cross Street Market
      Henry Reisinger looks up at the red neon sign, reading “E.M. Fenwick’s Choice Meats,” that hangs above his head. “Isn’t it beautiful,” he says. “It’s been in here since I worked here.” When his...

    Monica Barlow

    Monica Barlow
    After fighting lung cancer for more than four years, Orioles public relations director Monica Pence Barlow succumbed to the disease in late February. She was 36. According to an obituary in The Sun, Barlow, a graduate of the College of William and Mary,...

    Happening Saturday: Holdenfest, Puppet Slamwich, The Color Run, and more

    Happening Saturday: Holdenfest, Puppet Slamwich, The Color Run, and more
    -Holdenfest: Larger than life when he was alive, Baltimore photographer and drummer Sam Holden is staying so even after his sudden death in April. The Sam Holden Memorial Fund at Towson University, where he taught, has been established to support talented...