Audio tour

Audio tourOut of the Blocks: 400 E Patapsco

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?

    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.

    On the 400 block of E Patapsco Avenue, you'll meet octogenarian pigeon racers, evangelizing barbers, philosophical convenience-store clerks, reformed and not-so-reformed drug dealers, aspiring hip hop musicians, and more.

  3. 1 I came here because I heard they was selling drugs here. And I came here with nothing else in mind but to get money.
  4. 2 I never wanted to be a bad father. My father was never there for me. I vowed to never let that happen.
  5. 3 Half the time, I can’t walk down the street without someone thinking I’m selling myself.
  6. 4 I just want to go and get this test because I can’t sleep at night. He didn't tell me he was sick. Why did he do this to me?
  7. 5 People die on this block. We just get used to it. We adapt.
  8. 6 I met my mother, finally, when I was 16. She was a crackhead.
  9. 7 In the morning we have coffee and donuts. All the older racing guys come and sit here, and we just talk about pigeons.
  10. 8 I was born here. Went to school here. We had a really good neighborhood. And it’s different now.
  11. 9 They told me he had two hematomas, which is why he has the memory loss.
  12. 10 The good die young, I guess.
  13. 11 I smile even when it hurts. I’m always smiling.
  14. 12 I went in and out of jail for 10 years. Had a hard life. But I said, I’m going to change my life.
  1. Audio tour Summary

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

    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.

    On the 400 block of E Patapsco Avenue, you'll meet octogenarian pigeon racers, evangelizing barbers, philosophical convenience-store clerks, reformed and not-so-reformed drug dealers, aspiring hip hop musicians, and more.

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