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60 S, Baltimore, Childhood Memories

Everybody did go to Gino's - it was the only place you could get Kentucky Fried Chicken.

The Return Of The Giant: Remember Gino's Hamburgers? Gino's was known for high quality hamburgers such as the Sirloiner, which was made from sirloin steak, and the Gino Giant, which predated and later competed with the Big Mac.

Night scene in Little Italy -  Baltimore, Maryland - 1957 - photographer Thomas C. Scilipoti.

Night scene in Little Italy - Baltimore, Maryland - 1957 - photographer Thomas C.

Aerial view of Baltimore and St. Benedict's Church on Wilkens Avenue ca. 1940.

Aerial view of Baltimore and St. Benedict's Church on Wilkens Avenue ca.

I could stay there all day reading the album covers and listening to music

flipping through albums in a record store. THE record store Tower records when I was a kid, and then looking through all the CDs with my son when he was a teenager! I miss Tower Records!

I had the honor of being given the tour of WJZ's 'hallway of fame'. Impressive ~ my tour guide...priceless!  ;-) Thank you...

People of WJZ TV back in the day. Baltimore's station at the time, with Jerry Turner and Oprah Winfrey.

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