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On the Coast: DJ Batman

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DJ Batman
Bryan Russo
DJ Batman

Sixty-two-year-old Mike Beatty, a.k.a. DJ Batman, is celebrating 30 years as one of the most well-known and well-loved rabble-rousing club and radio DJs in Ocean City's history. Coastal reporter Bryan Russo spends some time with the resort's "night-time mayor," and finds out the method to his self-proclaimed madness.

[Music: "Sea of Love" by Tom Waits from Brawlers / "You Got Me Rocking" by Rolling Stones from Voodoo Lounge]


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