“For me, the hardest thing was when I put the uniform on,” says Angela Rypien, quarterback for the Baltimore Charm. “It feels like you’re in something you’d wear to the beach. But when you’re at the beach and wearing a swimsuit, you’re not wearing shoes.”
Frank Riemer, an employee of Baltimore’s Department of Public Works, is getting married on the beach in Ocean City this August. And he wants his father, Charles, City Hall worker-extraordinaire with 40 years of service, to be his best man
Summer in Baltimore is a sensory explosion, from the scent of Old Bay-smothered steamed crabs and the taste of marshmallow-topped chocolate snoballs to the smell of Ocean City salt water mixed with sunscreen and the vision of fireflies.
1. Figure out how many people you have attending. I usually do this by selling tickets for $25 each via Paypal.
2. Once you know how many people will be attending, you can figure out how many pounds of crawfish you need to order. The suggested a
By Ben Claassen III