This was a fun one. Thanks Ben!
This morning Mike Joined Linh Bui and Marty Bass for the CBS morning edition to discuss Baltimore, JumpStart and more.
Mike is pumped for Jobs Day.
Entertainment Weekly: A Very Awkward On-Camera Moment with a Doll Dressed as a Nun in the ’90s
Mike loves Baltimore and has joined other notable Baltimoreans to show support and promote their hometown. Check out Mike’s featured places, learn about Mike’s and Baltimore’s history and plan your own trip to Visit Baltimore! Baltimore makes history. Literally. That’s what I love about this town. Everyone knows we have Poe’s grave and Fort McHenry, home of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” But we also have the first African-American-owned shipyard. And Baltimore’s railroads helped win the Civil War. If you’re a history buff, you come to Baltimore for the behind-the-scenes tour of America. Plus the crab cakes are unbeatable, the music scene Read More
After 10 years of this, you’d think I’d finally figure out
Staggering & startling sadness…
Somebody’s gotta get preempted and unfortunately it is Somebody’s Gotta Do It tonight
Don’t miss the episode Somebody’s Gotta Do It December 3, at 9:00 pm on CNN.
What’s a Vine video? It is a short looping video. Here are some fun Vine videos from the “Disaster City” episode.
Mike tells CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta how he keeps things authentic for his viewers
Mike talks about being a native of Baltimore and who his favorite players were when he was growing up. You gotta see this! Mike shows off his opera skills as he sings with Soprano Chelsea Buyalos before she sang the National Anthem at the playoff game. MLB.com
Glenn Beck asked Mike to read a poem on climate change that reportedly brought United Nations delegates to tears this week.
Mike’s Facebook posts have become the stuff of legends, averaging 400 words and reaching 3,000+ words if the mood strikes.