Charm City Cakes to open Los Angeles bakery


Duff Goldman, the chef of Charm City Cakes, wants to set the record straight about the announcement last week that “Ace Of Cakes” will be ending its run on the Food Network early next year after 10 seasons. The 35-year-old rock musician, pastry chef, and entrepreneur says he has three new TV shows in development, and one of them involves him moving to Los Angeles in February to open a West Coast version of Charm City Cakes in June. He’s not abandoning his beloved Baltimore home for the sunshine and glitter of Hollywood. He’s just “expanding” the brand, so reports the Baltimore Sun…..

Ace of Cakes cancelled

After nearly five years on the air the Food Network is cancelling the Baltimore based “Ace of Cakes..”

The show features chef and baker Duff Goldman and his staff at “Charm City Cakes” in Remington building elaborately decorated cakes.

TMZ first reported the cancellation on Friday.

Michael Phelps dating Brittny Gastineau?

Matt Vensel reports that Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps is reportedly dating Brittny Gastineau (picture above), daughter of former NFL player Mark Gastineau.

Vensel also points out that:

Phelps was rocking an Orioles hat when he was spotted with Gastineau in Los Angeles over the weekend. Bonus points to Phelps for keeping it hometown.

Former Phelps’ flame Carrie Prejean is now pregnant. Her husband is former Ravens Quarterback Kyle Boller.

VIDEO: WBAL’s Sarah Caldwell on Conan Premiere Monday

I saw this segment last night and I also heard it discussed on the radio this morning.

DCRTV sums it up:

A DCRTVer tells us that Channel 11/WBAL’s Sarah Caldwell made a cameo appearance last night on Conan O’Brien’s debut TBS show during a skit with “the masturbating bear” which used WBAL-TV footage and superimposed the bear. More as we hear it…..

Duff Goldman received $27K for a speech in SC

A controversy arose in South Carolina when it came out that Jenny Sanford, ex-wife of Governor Mark Sanford, received $15,000 to speak at the University of South Carolina.

As a result of that controversy, a list of other speakers was reported on in the media. The Associated Press reports that, “The Greenville News reported Sunday that the founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream got $35,000 and “Ace of Cakes” cable television star Duff Goldman got $27,000.”

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