Audio tour

Audio tourOut of the Blocks: 6300 Reisterstown Road

Only in English

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  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    What if you could meet everyone on an entire Baltimore city block, in less than an hour?

    This is exactly what Out of the Blocks allows you to do.

    Radio producer Aaron Henkin and music producer Wendel Patrick are sharing the stories of Baltimore in a way that's never been heard before, and this is your invitation to join the adventure.

    This tour takes you through the 6300 block of Reisterstown Road, tucked just inside the Northwest Baltimore city limit. Orthodox Jews from Russia and Iran operate kosher eateries, and Nepali Hindus run carry-outs and gas stations. Add to the mix a public library branch, a used-car dealership, and a home-security expert who specializes in cracking safes, and you get an idiosyncratic cast of characters who all manage to share a stage in the theater of city life.

  3. 1 It's the land of opportunity, but I'm still looking for that.
  4. 2 The lines were out the door because it was such a novelty to have kosher pizza in Baltimore.
  5. 3 It's kind of like being in the Mafia.
  6. 4 I am doing everything. I am not just cook. I am Russian cook.
  7. 5 A lot of Jews, including me, left Iran to come to the US, where there is no restriction of religion.
  8. 6 There are a lot of people out there who pull scams on you.
  9. 7 When I come to work, it's like I'm in a candy store.
  10. 8 You have to think like a bad guy.
  11. 9 milan kc
  1. Audio tour Summary

    What if you could meet everyone on an entire Baltimore city block, in less than an hour?

    This is exactly what Out of the Blocks allows you to do.

    Radio producer Aaron Henkin and music producer Wendel Patrick are sharing the stories of Baltimore in a way that's never been heard before, and this is your invitation to join the adventure.

    This tour takes you through the 6300 block of Reisterstown Road, tucked just inside the Northwest Baltimore city limit. Orthodox Jews from Russia and Iran operate kosher eateries, and Nepali Hindus run carry-outs and gas stations. Add to the mix a public library branch, a used-car dealership, and a home-security expert who specializes in cracking safes, and you get an idiosyncratic cast of characters who all manage to share a stage in the theater of city life.

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