Returning The Favor is in Baltimore this week. Naturally, that means my parents have been shanghaied.
Caught up with the folks in B’more, then I headed up to Boston to shoot an episode of “This Old House.”
Travel and Leisure Magazine has apparently conducted a poll whereby they asked America to identify the city with the least attractive people in the country.
Mike Rowe here, Dirty Jobs, etc. My foundation is supporting a pre-apprenticeship program in Baltimore City
Angel Mendoza joined the army when he was fifteen years old.
In a world with few new ideas, packed with people who all desire the same basic things
Once upon a time, (not sure exactly when,) I was lowered from the rafters of The Lyric Opera House dressed as Michael The Archangel.
Couple months ago, I went back home to speak at a fundraiser for a organization called Project Jumpstart.
There may come a time in your travels when you find yourself at Loch Bar
Mike Rowe describes his CNN series, “Somebody’s Gotta Do It,” as “a light-hearted show on a serious network.”
I’m not a food critic, but if I were, I’d suggest you visit Baltimore posthaste and dig into some Maryland Blue Crabs
Mike talks about getting to know his native Baltimore, his unusual travel experiences and his own “dirty” job.
This hometown boy got down with unsung laborers in his first show, Discovery’s “Dirty Jobs.”
Mike wants to help let know people know there is a lot more to Baltimore than crime, drama and unrest.
Twenty-seven years ago, back when I was impersonating an actor in downtown Baltimore, a guy named Allan Charles cast me in my first national commercial.