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August 07, 2013
When my daughter was five years old, she was missing her two front teeth. She was among us at a gathering of my whole family at Towson restaurant when we spotted Art Donovan at the next table, having dinner with his wife, daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mutscheller. Art came over to say hello, as, of course, he must have done thousands of times all over Baltimore. I introduced him to my girls and when we got to my 5-year old, he stuck a meaty finger in her mouth and said "Go ahead, kid, bite me... You can't bite me, you ain't got no teeth!" Then he gave her a dollar. Thank you, Mr. Donovan, for helping to make Baltimore the place that I love so well. And thank you to the Donovan family for sharing your husband and father with us. May we all be together again.
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