Sunday, February 23, 2014

Year 2013 Photos of Old Dundalk High School


Old Dundalk High School - 1959 to 2013 - has been torn down, and the new one is up and running. The link below is to a photo/video set from a visit to the old school and a glance at the new one built next to it - on Delvale Avenue, in Dundalk, Baltimore County, Maryland U.S.A.. 

Photos and Video by DHS 1968 Alumni Dave Crews:


Phtotography by David Robert Crews
{a.k.a. ursusdave}
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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Eddie Money At The Dundalk Heritage Fair Performing Part of "One More Soldier"


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Videography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

Eddie Money and his band at the 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair. The little stereo microphones, on my inexpensive Nikon Coolpix 110, can't handle the heavy, loud sounds of drums and bass guitars on Stage 1/The Shipway Stage at the fair. So the sound comes out terribly distorted, but you get to see how good the band looked in Dundalk Heritage Park - on July 3, 2011.

You can see - and thoroughly enjoy - the best danged collection of Eddie Money concert photos and some half-decent video clips on my Flickr pages. I took good shots of every member in the band, and they all have some nice photos of them amongst these offerings. So rock and roll on over to:

Eddie Money at the 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair

Monday, February 06, 2012

Norm and Carlos At The 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair



Videography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

Norm and Carlos at the 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair. They are performing their excruciatingly excellent version of "Hotel California." The little stereo microphones, on my inexpensive Nikon Coolpix 110, can't handle the heavy, loud sounds of live music. So the sound comes out with little distortions.



Videography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

Norm and Carlos performing "Proud To Be An American," at the 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair. The little stereo microphones, on my inexpensive Nikon Coolpix 110, can't handle the heavy, loud sounds of live music on Stage 2/The Dunmanway Stage at the fair. So the sound comes out with little distortions.

To hear these videos, you have to scroll to the bottom of this page and stop the Playlist Player there.


Tuesday, July 19, 2011

BlueStreak at the Dundalk Heritage Fair - on July 1, 2011



Videography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

Cool video of BlueStreak playing on Stage #2, at the Dundalk Heritage Fair - on 7/1/11. BlueStreak is a hot-dang, smooth-in-the-groove, Blues/R&B/Rock Band that is based in Perry Hall, Md.. And they play a buncha' my kind of music.

To hear the music on the video, you have to first scroll down to the bottom of this page and pause the music coming from my playlist of Songs From The Soundtrack To My Life.


Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Dundalk's 4th of July Fireworks 2011







Photography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}


And here is a link to my video of the last sixteen minutes of the 2011 Fourth of July Fireworks in Dundalk, Maryland:

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Gorgeous Clouds Over Dundalk



Photography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

Friday, June 24, 2011

The 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair


Photography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

The 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair will be held on July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd from noon until 10:00 pm each day. This year's headliners are: The Mahoney Brothers- on Friday, July 1st; The Guess Who - on Saturday, July 2nd; and Eddie Money - on Sunday, July 3rd.

Admission to the 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair is $5 for adults and free for children 12 and under.

Enjoy three days of family oriented fun, food and festivities at the annual Dundalk Heritage Fair. Activities include checking out cool cars-trucks-and-motorcycles, lots of nice crafts vendors, rides, some good fun stuff just for the kids to do, plus a great lineup of live music.

Book reading and signing by "Roots of Steel" author and Dundalk native Deborah Rudacille, along with Frank Behrum, of Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, author of “Thirty Years Under the Beam, the Real Story of Bethlehem Steel,” on July 2nd, 12-2 pm, at the Heritage Park Gazebo.

At the fair on Saturday and Sunday only: Baltimore Grand Prix Car, Charm City Choppers, Wandering Magician & 10 Foot Tall Uncle Sam, Pig Races, Phineus T. Waggs & His Monkey Pal Django, Joe Stebbing (wood carving), and the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.

"We Enjoy The Dundalk Heritage Fair" is a Facebook page for those who do.

Over on "We Enjoy The Dundalk Heritage Fair" you can find links to videos and song playlists of the world class Rock and Roll headliners - Eddie Money and The Guess Who - plus other good stuff; including great photographs of the Heritage Fair and photo albums of some bands who played at last summer's fair; a few of those bands will play at the fair this summer.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

June 2011 Sunrises Over Dundalk, Maryland


Sunrise on June 15, 2011 - over Dundalk, Maryland. In the lower left, you can see the steeple of St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, which is at Dundalk Ave., Pine Ave., and Willow Spring Rd..


Videography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}


Purple-ish sunrise on June 18, 2011 - over Dundalk, Maryland. With train whistles in the distance. In the video's lower left, you can see the roof and steeple of St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, which is at Dundalk Ave., Pine Ave., and Willow Spring Rd..


Videography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}


Sunrise on June 19, 2011 - over Dundalk, Maryland. You can see St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, which is at Dundalk Ave., Pine Ave., and Willow Spring Rd..

Photography by David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}


Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Links To Websites Of Dundalk Heritage Fair 2011 Entertainers


Here are links to websites with good info on entertainers who are scheduled to perform at the 2011 Dundalk Heritage Fair:

Stage #1 Shipway

Friday July 1

3:00PM - Sons of Pirates (Jimmy Buffet/Beach Music)

6:00PM - Opening Ceremony

7:30PM - The Mahoney Brothers (The Beatles Tribute)


Saturday July 2

2:00PM - Invasion (British Rock)

4:00PM - Faded Image (Rock & Pop)

8:00PM - The Guess Who


Sunday July 3

2:00PM - Gene Vincent & The Cadillac Cruisers (Classic Rock)

4:00PM - Dean Crawford & The Dunn’s River Band

8:00PM - Eddie Money



Stage #2 Dunmanway

Friday July 1

3:00PM - Blue Streak (Blues and Zydeco)

5:00PM - Trinidad and Tobago Steel Band

7:30PM - Jericho Bridge (Bluegrass)


Saturday July 2

12:30PM - Shirley Darling Dancers

2:00PM - P.T. Waggs & Django, The Monkey (Children & Adults)

3:00PM - Sons of Riley (Acoustic & Classic Rock)

5:00PM - Doug Lester and Friends (Country & Pop)

7:30PM - Ronnie Dove


Sunday July 3

1:00PM - Norm & Carlos (Variety)

3:00PM - TKO (Polka)

5:00PM - Four X Four (Classic Country)

7:30PM - Appaloosa (Classic Rock & Variety)

If anyone can provide a good link to any website that has info on either Four X Four, Doug Lester and Friends, or Trinidad and Tobago Steel Band, I will post that link. I have done some intensive web searching for those unknown links, and if I can't locate any Internet published info on those performers there probably isn't any. But you may know of a good link for one of those three bands. My Email Address is:

ursusdave at yahoo dot com