So, just how does a guy from Brooklyn end up in Southern Anne Arundel County teaching art to kids at Southern High School end up writing a book about his “other life” as an artist to the mob? Say what?
Yes, Michael Bell is an award-winning teacher in the Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Yes, Michael Bell is an advocate for Autism. Yes, Michael Bell is close friends with John Gotti, and you better believe he wrote a book about it all and how his lives have converged here in Maryland!
- Michael Bell (Twitter)
- Michael Bell Art (Facebook)
- Dual Lives – From the Streets to the Studio (Buy it on Amazon)
- Dual Lives – From the Streets to the Studio
- His Son’s Quest to Become A Golden Gloves Champ
Coming up….former County Executive John R. Leopold, Baltimore County Executive and Gubernatorial Candidate Kevin Kamenetz, Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, Maryland State Delegate Nic Kipke if he will ever return my email, and a few more surprises!
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