Last night, at McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, there was a “Celebration of Crab” that caught a major bushel of local Media folk. This celebration was in honor of the beginning of the Dungeness crab season. There was a spirited crab trivia competition, a crab tutorial, and did I mention the yummy CRAB! Seen enjoying the “Gone Crappin” event were Channel 13’s Tim Williams and Blaire Adams, Style Magazine Editor- Brian Lawrence, Downtown Diane, Mister Media and WNST correspondent Eddie Applefeld, 100.7-The Bay’s Chris Emry, Downtown Kevin Brown, Baltimore Sun Foodie- Rob Casper, Celeste Corsaro-Baltimore Eats Magazine, Baltimore Examiner dream team writers- Jessica Novak and Emily Campbell. Make sure to claw your way to McCormick & Schmick’s for some great crustaceans and make sure you tell em Socially Speaking sent ya!
LET’S GET REEL**************
Support Baltimore’s Independent Theatres
Senator Theatre-5904 York Rd., Baltimore 21212
Information line: 410.435.8338
Call through line: 410.435.9892
Always call the day you plan to attend
to verify feature, showtimes and policies.
Senator Theatre admission is $9.00 for all shows [cash only.]
Children under 5 years of age are not admitted.
* * *
Held Over at The Senator
Through Thursday, January 17th
Nominated For 5 Golden Globe Awards
A Mike Nichols Film
Charlie Wilson’s War—Rated R
Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Amy Adams,
Philip Seymour Hoffman & Ned Beatty
Daily showtimes for “Charlie Wilson’s War” are:
1:00, 3:15, 5:30 & 8:00pm.
On Friday and Saturday evenings we also offer
a 10:15pm late show of “Charlie Wilson’s War.”
The Senator seats 900 and ample tickets will be available
at Showtime for all of our shows of “Charlie Wilson’s War.”
Be reminded that The Senator does not run pre-show ads or endless coming attractions. Please arrive promptly prior to Showtime.
Based on a true story, Charlie Wilson was a very real congressman
from Texas who engineered the arming of the mujahdeen in
Afghanistan who were waging a long war with the Soviets during
the 1980s. Assisting Wilson was a CIA operative who operated
outside the agency, and while they believed