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…..

New morning anchor for WMAR

DCRTV previously reported that WMAR is moving Jamie Costello from mornings to evenings. Now, Arkansas TV News (via DCRTV) reports that Charles Crowson is the new morning anchor for Channel 2. Crowson comes to Baltimore from KTHV in Little Rock. He previously worked in the Fayetteville, Arkansas and Joplin, Missouri markets. Crowson is a graduate of the University of Arkansas.

Baltimore magazine: Have Your Steak and Eat It Too

From a Press Release
October 2010 cover of Baltimore magazine

October issue lets steakhouses bask in the glory

BALTIMORE (Sept. 17, 2010) – Where’s the beef? Baltimore’s October cover story has the answer. Let Them Eat Steak sizzles with prime time restaurants devoted to beef and for the first time ever, features the best steakhouses in Baltimore. The issue also includes a fall arts preview highlighting the best arts activities all season long.

The issue gives an inside look at Baltimore steakhouses that have carved out their own personalities with preparation, presentation and service. Among the beef-filled pages is also a Steak Primer teaching readers all the terminology they need to know, from rib-eye to strip, to be a bona fide beefologist and eat steak in style. Still, you don’t have to pay a fortune to get the cut you want. The magazine also presents a sidebar on where to find affordable steak in the area.

“We’ve featured steakhouses in our Best Restaurants issue in the past, but this year we surveyed the restaurant scene in the area and decided to give Baltimore beef restaurants the justice they deserve,” said senior editor of Baltimore magazine, Suzanne Loudermilk. “Baltimore is known for its crabs, but no one can deny it’s a steak town too.”

In addition to Let Them Eat Steak, the October issue of Baltimore magazine also features Fifteen Minutes and Counting, a fall arts preview exploring Charm City’s fascinating relationship with Andy Warhol and a preview of what’s to come at the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Warhol exhibit debuting this fall, as well as a list of exciting arts events for the season.

The October issue of Baltimore magazine was issued to subscribers on September 14 and will be available on newsstands throughout the Baltimore area beginning September 17.

Baltimore magazine is the area’s most popular guide to the best of the greater Baltimore region. Its “Best of Baltimore,” “Top Doctors,” and “Best Restaurants” features have become signatures of the magazine, and Baltimore’s monthly exploration of politics, food, business, lifestyle, and the arts has earned numerous awards, including several City and Regional Magazine Awards (CRMA) and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) awards. This year, Baltimore magazine celebrates its 103rd anniversary and is the country’s oldest continuously published city/regional magazine.

Food Network’s Food Feuds with Michael Symon coming to Rash Field Friday

Chef Michael Symon, an Iron Chef and Food Network host, will be in Baltimore Friday August 6 as host of a Food Feuds episode at Rash Field.
Laura Vozzella points out that Food Feuds for the Food Network will be taping Friday August 6 (tomorrow) at 1:30 p.m. at Rash Field. Chef Michael Symon will be there hosting the show.

The feud will pit the crabcakes from Gertrude’s and Faidley’s against each other.

Should Rick Dempsey be upset he isn’t the new Orioles manager?

Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun writes that former Orioles’ player and coach Rick Dempsey is upset that he is not the new skipper of the Orioles.

From the article:

“I’m very, very disappointed to tell you the truth,” said Dempsey, the longtime Orioles coach and player who was the 1983 World Series Most Valuable Player. “I don’t begrudge Buck getting the opportunity. He is going to be a hell of a manager. He has been a hell of a manager. But I will always feel I know more about this ballclub than anybody else.”

As most of you know, Buck Showalter ultimately got the job and managed his first game last night. Other candidates besides Showalter and Dempsey were Eric Wedge and Bobby Valentine.

Dempsey attended a news conference introducing Showalter as manager.  He told Connolly that was partly due to his job at MASN covering the Orioles and partly because of his ties to the club.

Dempsey is an analyst for Orioles games on MASN. His further comments indicated that he fully supported Dempsey as manager of the Orioles. I wonder how much he tempered his comments based on the fact that MASN is partly owned by the Orioles.

Should Dempsey have made the comments he made about not getting the job? Was he smart to do so in light of the fact that someone at the warehouse could make it tough on him at his MASN gig?

Do you think Rick Dempsey has good reason to upset that he didn’t get the job managing the Orioles?

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