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Robinson Barnes bar in Ridge, Md., with St. Mary's Sheriff Detective Cpl Ted Belleavoine and Maryland State Trooper at murder during Valentines Day dance.
A shooting victim is assisted by Lexington Park VRS medics at Butler's Place in Hermanville, Md. about 1994. See more in THE STORY OF THE RAG - St. Mary's Today Newspaper in Kindle, Paperback and Audible at Amazon. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Butlers Place mayhem. With Mr. C's closed, crowds swarmed over Butler's Place in the early 90's. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Butlers Place deputies and Maryland troopers sorting things out after a call for shots fired at Butler's Place during the heydays of the 1990's. Bar-owner Rufus Butler worked hard to run a nice place but the young thugs were too much for him to handle. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Happyland Club entertainment with bands and ballgames in Valley Lee, Md., was generally peaceful until crack swept the USA. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Club Happyland at Valley Lee, Md., with ballfield, owned by LeRoy Thompson and family. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
A historic black bar in St. Mary's County was Sis's Hideaway on "Louse Alley' in Leonardtown. More recently was the home of the popular Kevin's Kafe which is now in the former Willows location on Rt. 5. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo.
Vincent Biscoe operated Seaside View for decades, which was far more than just a bar,. With a restaurant, campground, marina and charter boat dock, Seaside View even hosted concerts. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
The Gateway Lounge in 2005 shortly before being demolished to make more parking for Bell Motors, now Weingartner Motors. The Gateway was located on Louse Alley next to Sis's Hideaway and was the scene of more than one murder. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Barnes & Son Whiskey, Food, Beer & Ice advertised on the sign of the Tavern and Dance Hall, in Ridge, Md. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
A Birthday Party for Kiesha & Barby was advertised on the Barnes and Son sign the night of Valentines Day murder. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Seaside View Park, Campground, Marina and Concert Grounds. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Seaside View bandstand
Leroy Thompson, owner of Happyland Club with Congressman Roy Dyson in 1990 at Thompson's birthday party. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Two Spot Club stood where the Hampton Inn on Rt. 235 in Lexington Park. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo