Michelle Dwyer — Laundromat Joe

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Laundromat Joe Michelle Dwyer Joe is an old school guy who wears a lot of hats: Laundromat Veteran, Volunteer Firefighter, former Baltimore City Police Officer, and Mortician by trade. He tells me about… Continue reading

All Work and No Play….

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About a week or so ago, a friend and I took a walk around the main trail of whatever park lies at the north end of Falls Rd. As it was the weekend, most… Continue reading

Happy NaNoWriMo

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November is National Novel Writing Month, and while I don’t believe that any of us here on the staff of Industry Night write novels, we know that a lot of our readers, friends… Continue reading

You Like Us, You Really Like Us

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Thank you to everyone who recently liked us on Facebook during our recent ‘like’ blitz. We have been totally overwhelmed with receiving so much positive feedback in such a short time. So, the… Continue reading

Robert Lee Hardy — Standing in the Mirror

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In Monday’s post, Sharea mentioned a Baltimore-based actor who we recently met at Seltzer Zine’s monthly open mic here in Baltimore. Robert Lee Hardy is a talented, school-trained actor with a list of… Continue reading

Creative Curators: The Work We Do

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When I sat down with Anthony a few months ago to discuss my position here at Industry Night I had no idea what to expect.  It wasn’t until Anthony unfurled the theme and… Continue reading

Xenia Taiga — Honey Girl

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Honey Girl by Xenia Taiga They come asking for her, Where’s the honey? Where’s the sweet Honey Girl? He comes, too; a worker for the lord, although they are not Christians. Honey Girl’s… Continue reading

Wayne F. Burke — Cooked

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Cooked by Wayne F. Burke I was cook at Vagina Pizza in Cambridge, Massachusetts and one night at end of shift a waitress asked did I need a place to stay and I… Continue reading

I am a writer. Kind-of.

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I have promised that I will not tell people that I am not a poet or a writer. I am bad at keeping this promise. I have always felt that the written word… Continue reading

Kristina England — The Garage Door

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The Garage Door by Kristina England Tony was convinced his garage was trying to crush him. Sure, his wife didn’t see it. But Tony knew. After all, it tried to shut on him… Continue reading