Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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Don't be fooled the sunny sky. The high today is 22 degrees and it's expected to get colder as the week goes on. Just ask Lutherville man Steve Bauer (AKA: The Timoniac, Hollywood Steve, or 1/2 of the Jokesters). At about 1 p.m., Bauer posted on Facebook, "Just walked the dog." Upon his return, the above photo was his profile picture. Of course Bauer didn't really suffer instant frostbite, although prolonged exposure to freezing temperatures will do that, according to our Patient First Patch blogger. Bauer was merely demonstrating a point the best way he and his wife know how: makeup. Frequent readers will know Bauer and his wife Marianne Wittlesberger as the Jokesters, the team that brought you the Timonium Scaregrounds and the Timonium …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Steve Bauer and Marianne Wittlesberger are bringing their horror movie special effects skills back to Lutherville for a haunted trail for charity.
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Thursday, October 4, 2012
Hide the children! The Timoniak is coming back. The homicidal clown, wanted in 10 states for allegedly murdering and kidnapping children, hasn't been seen for nearly two years since his departure from the traveling carnival that brought him to the Maryland State Fairgrounds in 2010. But Patch has received word that the Timoniak has been spotted in the Timonium area and is planning on making a bloody splash in the Historic Lutherville neighborhood on Oct. 19. Making matters worse, we hear he's bringing a friend along with him... ______ Lutherville man Steve Bauer and his wife Marianne Wittlesberger are bringing the infamous Timoniak character back to life for a re-imagined haunted attraction for charity. Bauer and Wittlesberger, better …
Monday, February 27, 2012
That the three-time Academy Award winner thanked her make-up artist spoke volumes to a Lutherville husband and wife makeup team and Towson University professors.
The allotted 30-seconds given to Academy Award winners at the podium traditionally haven't left much time for praising "the little people" who helped get them there. But for perennial Oscar nominees like the legendary Meryl Streep, her third victory Sunday night provided the perfect opportunity to thank first and foremost two individuals who have supported her work for decades—her husband and her makeup artist. Streep won Best Actress for her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady—a challenging role in which she transformed into the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. She began by joking that she felt audiences were fed up with her third victory to which she curtly added, "but whatever," with a big smile. She went on to …
Monday, October 24, 2011
Lutherville couple Steve Bauer and Marianne Wittlesberger were unable to settle on a suitable location for the haunted house charity.
The deranged clown that terrified Timonium in 2010 won’t be showing his crooked teeth in this part of town for Halloween this year. Lutherville couple Stever Bauer and Marianne Wittlesberger (The Jokesters), founders of the Timonium Scaregrounds, were unable to secure a location for the haunted attraction this year, according to the Towson Times. Check out our video from last year to see what you're missing. Bauer unsuccessfully scoured the Baltimore County area for weeks. “We had a really good lead on this one venue, but then we read that the owner had been arrested [on charges of] child pornography,” Bauer told Patch. Bauer was speaking of Ira Rigger, former owner of the Padonia Park Club. However, for one reason or another, 13 …