Michael Hill

Baltimore always surprises me.

A native of Atlanta, Michael Hill came to Baltimore in 1968 as a freshman at Johns Hopkins and basically never left. He spent 35 years working for The Evening Sun and The Sun, covering everything from Carroll County government to Nelson Mandela's election as the Sun's bureau chief in Johannesburg. For 14 years he was the Evening Sun's television critic. He left The Sun in 2008 now works in the communications department of Catholic Relief Services whose world headquarters at in the old Stewart's building at Lexington and Howard Streets. He is the father of two grown sons who graduated from the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.

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